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2d ago

Paula Lins de Araujo was one of the main speakers at an international spring school in Germany
Lincoln algebraist Paula Lins de Araujo was invited to be one of the four main lecturers at a pure mathematics event in Germany, at the University of Göttingen. The event was called RTG2491 Spring School “Zeta functions, dynamics and analytic number theory” was meant to introduce young researchers (PhDs and early career Postdocs) to different aspects of zeta functions. Paula gave a series of lectures on Dirichlet series and zeta functions of groups.
Abstract: The ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

5d ago

Grant of the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP)
Lincoln algebraist Dr Paula Macedo Lins de Araujo jointly with Dr Thaís Fernanda Mendes Monis (São Paulo State University) and the student Gabriel Cassimiro Pereira (São Paulo State University), have successfully secured an international research bursary.
This bursary will support a one-month visit of Gabriel to the Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra at Lincoln to conduct a research project in Geometric Group Theory under Paula’s supervision ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

1w ago

Moritz Petschick gave a virtual talk in our Algebra seminar
On March 13th 2024, we had the pleasure to welcome Dr Moritz Petschick (Bielefeld University, Germany) virtualy to the Algebra Seminar of the University of Lincoln’s Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra. Moritz spoke about his work on Engel branch groups ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

2w ago

Dr Matteo Vannacci visited the University of Lincoln in March 2024
Dr Matteo Vannacci giving a talk at the Algebra Seminar
In March 2024, Dr Matteo Vannacci (University of the Basque Country, Bilbao) visited the University of Lincoln’s Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra. He gave a talk at the Lincoln Algebra seminar on 20 March. Dr Vannacci is one of the world’s experts on hereditarily just infinite groups. He was visiting Lincoln to work with two academics from the Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra: Assoc. Prof. Simon Smith and Dr Ged Corob Cook.
Dr Vannacci’s visit ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

3w ago

Nakayoshi Seminar in Sendai
Nakayoshi-seminar
15 March, 2024 (Fri.) 16:00-17:30
Computer modelling of composite nanostructured block copolymer based materials
A.V. Zvelindovsky, Centre for Computational Physics, University of Lincoln, UK
Abstract:
Modern technology requires economic use of materials and energy. A possible solution to achieve that economy is to develop materials with well-controlled nanostructures. A powerful materials platform to develop such materials is using block copolymers as a building matrix. The advantage of such an approach is that block copolymers have intrin ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

3w ago

Grant of the London Mathematical Society
Congratulations to Dr Yuri Santos Rego! He has successfully secured a grant of the London Mathematical Society under the “Celebrating New Appointments” scheme, which will support a conference “Trending Aspects in Group Cohomology”, preliminarily planned to be held in Lincoln on 2–3 July 2024. Further information about the conference will follow ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

3w ago

Second visit to Ochanomizu University in Japan
In Takashi Honda’s office
On 11 March 2024 Andrei Zvelindovsky visited Takashi Honda and Yoshinori Tomiyoshi at Ochanomizu University in Tokyo for the second time during his JSPS trip. After discussing with groups at the Universities of Kyoto and Nagoya, we had more discussion on simulations using SUSHI module of OCTA project as well more discussion of block copolymer systems morphologies ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

1M ago

Mini-symposium and seminar at Nagoya University (in Rheology Physics Group)
With Professor Yuichi Masubuchi and Mr. Max Shussmann (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
On 7th March 2024 Andrei Zvelindovsky gave a seminar on block copolymer/nano-particle composite materials modelling in Rheology Physics Group led by Professor Yuichi Masubuchi at the Department of Materials Physics of Nagoya University. The seminar was a part of a one day mini-symposium:
10:00 – 10:30 Prof. Masubuchi (Introduction of our group)
10:30 – 11:00 Prof. Uneyama
11:00 – 11:30 Dr. Ishida
11:30 – 12:00 ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

1M ago

Physics Seminar: Dr Essam Hebishy
Date: Wednesday 20th of March 2024, 13:00 (GMT).
Location: Online MS Teams meeting
‘Design of healthier foods using food colloids and food structure re-design’
by Essam Hebishy, Centre of Excellence in Agri-food Technologies Building, National Centre for Food Manufacturing, College of Health and Science, University of Lincoln, South Lincolnshire Food Enterprise Zone Campus, 2 Peppermint Way, Holbeach, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE12 7FJ, UK.
Abstract:
Strategy 1: Oleofoams (Oil Foams) as a strategy for saturated fat reduction in foods
Overconsumption o ..read more

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

1M ago

Seminar at Nagoya University (in Non-Equilibrium Physics Lab)
On 6th March 2024 Andrei Zvelindovky gave a seminar on block copolymer/nano-particle composite materials modelling in Non-Equilibrium Physics Laboratory led by Professor Kunimasa Miyazaki at Department of Physics of Nagoya University. We met with Kunimasa for the first time in 1994 (30 years ago!) in Leiden University in the group of Dick Bedeaux ..read more