School of Physics and Astronomy

  • IceCube observes neutrinos from a cosmic monster

    Congratulations to the team of researchers who have used the IceCube detector to observe for the first time a cosmic source of high-energy neutrinos identified as a distant blazar — a major new example of multimessenger astronomy.

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    New artwork inspired by physics and astronomy

    On 16 May the Principal of QMUL, Prof. Colin Bailey, unveiled a new work of art in the foyer of the School of Physics and Astronomy’s G O Jones building on QMUL’s Mile End campus.

  • Congratulations to Kemal Keseroglu for a successful PhD viva.

    Our congratulations to Kemal Keseroglu (Dr Andrei Sapelkin) who successfully passed his PhD viva on 7th December 2017. The title of the thesis is "Super-Resolution Imaging via Spectral Separation of Quantum Dots” and is now available online.

  • Innovative Training Network SAGEX

    The Centre for Research in String Theory has been invited to coordinate the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network of the European Commission: SAGEX "Scattering Amplitudes: from Geometry to Experiment". 

  • Searches For Very Rare Decays Of The Higgs Boson By The Atlas Experiment

    The Particle Physics Research Centre at QMUL have been searching for the very rare decay of the Higgs boson into two muons harvesting the data collected by the ATLAS experiment at CERN.

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