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Welcome to the School of Physics & Astronomy

We run one of the most popular undergraduate physics programmes in the country. Our teaching has been rated 'excellent' and in the last Research Assessment Exercise we were placed joint 2nd with Cambridge and St Andrews in a ranking of 42 Physics departments. We pride ourselves on being a centre that is internationally recognised for the quality of our teaching and research and hope that you will enjoy learning a little more about us through this site.

We publish an annual newsletter, particularly aimed at prospective students, which highlights some of the exciting activities undertaken by our current undergraduates.

Excellent performance in NSS (National Student Survey): We are delighted that our graduating students rated us at 93% for ‘overall satisfaction’ with their physics degree course. This is reflected in our high position (5th) in the recently published Times national league table for Physics.

Events

Seminar title:DNP - two approaches

Date
24/07/2014
Location:
SPMMRC seminar room
Description
Jim Leggett and Sankeerth Hebbar , SPMMRC

Seminar titles:Clinical imaging beyond morphology at 7 Tesla

Date
29/07/2014
Location:
SPMMRC seminar room
Description
Dr Dennis Klomp ,Image Sciences Institute,University Medical centre Utrecht

Seminar title: "Tracking signal and noise levels to explain connectivity changes in FMRI."

Date
31/07/2014
Location:
SPMMRC seminar room
Description
Dr Eugene Duff ,FMRIB Analysis Group, FMRIB Centre , University of Oxford

Seminar title : Reducing the cost and patient burden of MRI studies: scan acceleration by combined compressed sensing and parallel imaging demonstrated in muscular dystrophy

Date
16/10/2014
Location:
SPMMRC seminar room
Description
Kieren Hollingsworth, Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre, Newcastle University, UK

Latest News

Hush that noise

Description
Research Fellow Dr Michael Hush and colleagues here and at The University of Queensland have come up with a novel, new idea for reducing noise in quantum systems.
Date:
21/07/2014

School joins Graphene Flagship

Description
School physicists are joining one of the largest ever European research initiatives which aims to take the 'wonder material' graphene and related layered materials from academic laboratories to everyday use.
Date:
08/07/2014

Top prize for School quantum physicist

Description
The School of Physics & Astronomy is delighted to announce that Professor Igor Lesanovsky has been awarded the prestigious Maxwell Medal by the Institute of Physics for his world leading research on quantum matter.
Date:
04/07/2014

School's Athena Swan Silver Award renewed

Description
The School of Physics and Astronomy has again been highlighted for its work in promoting the career progression of female academics and researchers with the renewal of its Athena Swan Silver Award until April 2017.
Date:
03/06/2014

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Oxford-Nottingham Biomedical Imaging MRC/EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training

Project Juno - advancing the careers of women in Physics.

Midlands Physics Alliance Graduate School

Athena Swan Silver-Award

 

 

School of Physics and Astronomy

The University of Nottingham
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