This is where you will find out about our forthcoming and previous events where QSHS will have a presence.
To be held at the Business Design Centre, London on Thursday, 2nd November 2023. Expression of interest form to be announced. Further details will be posted in due course at https://iuk.ktn-uk.org/knowledge-centre/events/
QSHS will have a presence at this conference sharing the National Physical Laboratory’s work on SLUG amplifiers. Abstract deadline: 3rd February 2023. See conference website for further details.
Save the date – 3rd to 7th July 2023, University of Rijeka Campus, Croatia. Registration opens 6th March 2023. For more details visits: https://axion-wimp2023.desy.de
Professor Subir Sarkar, University of Oxford, to give a talk titled: ‘Axions across boundaries between the Particle Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology and forefront detection technologies’. Further details can be found at the event website.
Pint of Science 2023, 22-24 May 2023.
QSHS Project Leader, Professor Ed Daw, will give a talk on 23rd May 2023 on ‘The Coldest Place in Yorkshire’ as part of the Pint of Science programme. For details of this event and other events taking place across the UK see the Pint of Science Festival Programme, 22-24 May 2023.
The school is organised by the FIP Physics Centre of the Physics B eyond Colliders study group at CERN. For further details see web page: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1247323/registrations/
The Institute of Physics (IOP) will be holding a joint conference of the UK High Energy Particle Physics (HEPP) and Astroparticle Physics communities (APP), 3-5 April 2023, Kings College London, UK. QSHS Postdoctoral Researcher, Paul Smith, will give a talk and other members of the QSHS collaboration will be attending. Registration deadline extended to 22 […]
Quantum Technologies for Fundamental Physics Engagement Event – Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February STFC/EPSRC, part of UK Research and Innovation, are hosting a two day in-person event on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February, at Warwick Conferences (https://warwick.ac.uk/services/conferences/location), to promote engagement between scientists and engineers from different types of expertise on quantum technologies and fundamental physics research. Quantum Technologies […]
CERN courier webinar sponsored by Agilent Technologies, Hiden Analytical. The worldwide interest in axions and other weakly interacting slim particles (WISPs) as constituents of a dark sector of nature has strongly increased over the last years. A vibrant community is developing, constructing and operating corresponding experiments so that the most promising parameter regions will be probed […]
The Winter School will be hosted by the University of Cambridge, 9-13th January 2023. Professor Ed Daw, Professor Stafford Withington, Dr Ian Bailey, Clementine Mostyn and Searbhán Ó Peatáin, QSHS, will be some of the lecturers and tutors on the courses, covering theoretical and experimental aspects of the broad QTFP research programme. More information and […]