The Joint Quantum Centre Durham–Newcastle held its official launch event during 25–26 June 2013 (see below). The presented JQC talks are available, summarizing some of the main areas of research of our Centre, as well as the inaugural JQC Colloquium by Professor Sandy Fetter.
The Launch Event comprised of an inaugural lecture in the evening on 25 June (held at Durham University) and a one day workshop on 26 June (held at Newcastle University). Download the flyer.
To inaugurate the JQC, the distinguished condensed matter physicist Sandy Fetter will give an open lecture entitled X-Rays, Neutrons and Superfluid Ultra-cold Atoms: The Evolving Role of Correlation Functions. This lecture is aimed at a general physics audience, and will be held in CLC202 (within the Calman Learning Centre, number 43 on the Durham university map).
This event will feature a day of talks covering the full range of JQC activities, given by both external and JQC speakers, as well as a poster session (buffet lunch provided). The workshop programme is available here. All are welcome to attend, particularly postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students. Poster contributions from participants are welcome, and the workshop will take place on the ground floor of the Herschel building (number 17 on the Newcastle University campus map).
Register (for free) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday June 14. Please also inform us if you wish to present a poster.