School of Physics and Astronomy

Condensed Matter & Materials Physics

  • 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.

  • Congratulations to Dr Koji Yokoyama

    Congratulations to Dr Koji Yokoyama, one of our PDRAs working on the MuSES project with Alan Drew, who recently won the poster prize at the international conference on muon spin spectroscopy.

  • Two postdoctoral research assistant positions

    Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has two vacancies for 36 months for a Postdoctoral Research Assistants.

  • Liquid-like metals under pressure

    There is currently a surge of interest in mechanical behaviour of nanoscale systems with the aim to understand if metastability in a variety of materials can be achieved, explained and indeed exploited.

  • Local insight into electric ordering

    Hybrid perovskite analogues – materials that combine small organic ions with metals to create a framework structure – have important applications in fields ranging from solar power generation to computing and data storage.

Institute of Physics Juno Champion