Summer school in China about particle physics.

Gaurav Ray, a PhD student at Plymouth, has been accepted onto the summer school: Frontiers in Lattice QCD in China. The summer school will pay his accommodation and local expenses.

The three-week summer school on “Frontiers in Lattice QCD” will be held from June 24 – July 12 at Peking University, Beijing. The school contains the major topics of lattice QCD fundamentals, particle- and nuclear-physics frontiers and computational technologies. The purpose of the school is to educate our future generation for lattice quantum field theory as well as to survey new, powerful computational methods.

Workshop at Stony Brook University.


Marina Logares from CMS is attending the Workshop on Challenges at the Interface of Hitchin Systems and String Theory: March 18 – 22, 2019 as well as an invited research visitor for the Program “Geometry and Physics of Hitchin systems” http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/24984 at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, US. She is visiting the research centre for one month.

STEM Graduates into Business

Below is some useful information for recent graduates from our school.

STEM Graduates into Business provides opportunities for recent graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to undertake 6-12 month paid internships with Devon based, innovative small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

Open to STEM graduates from any university, these internships are a great way to gain CV enhancing work experience and build industry contacts.

There is more information here.

Plenary talk at lattice 2019

There is a yearly conference for the topic of lattice field theory. Typically the audience size is 300 to 400 people. The conference has plenary talks, where the speaker presents a review talk or a talk on a topical topic to all the attendees of the conference. This year the lattice conference is in China.

Vincent Drach from CMS has been invited to present a plenary talk on  the recent developments of strong EW symmetry breaking models and simulation results..