We are home to the mathematical, physical, engineering and life sciences at Oxford. The disciplines within the MPLS Division regularly appear at the highest levels in world rankings and have been evaluated as conducting world-leading and internationally excellent research in UK research assessments.
Tuesday, 05 July 2022, 7pm to 8pm
In person at Wolfson College and live streamed. In this public lecture, Professor Susie Speller (Materials) will introduce the extraordinary properties of superconductors, and will explore the practical challenges of deploying these very complex materials in revolutionary technologies. Followed by a drinks reception where Susie will launch her new book, a primer that introduces superconducting materials to non-expert readers: A Materials Science Guide to Superconductors: and how to make them super (OUP).
Transmission of COVID-19 in the workplace at the University remains low but it is still in circulation. The following behaviours are strongly encouraged, to help minimise the spread and show consideration to others.
- Avoid contact with others if you might be infectious
- Respect people’s space
- Ventilate indoor areas
- Keep up to date with your vaccinations
- Respect those who choose to wear a face covering
- Cover coughs and sneezes and wash your hands regularly
Please see the University's Health pages for further guidance.
Divisional roles and opportunities
- Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) Programme Director to provide academic leadership to the NERC funded Oxford DTP in Environmental Research. Deadline: Thurs 30 June
- Astrophoria Foundation Year Academic Subject Lead and Course Lead. Subject areas: Chemistry, Engineering Science, Materials Science. Deadline: Fri 22 July
- 2022-23 cohort of MPLS Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I) Fellows. Apply now if you are passionate about making a real, positive difference in the MPLS Division. Deadline: Fri 22 July
- Science Together researchers and facilitators for 2022/23. Seeking researchers and public engagement support staff to work with local community groups to co-develop research projects. Deadline: Sun 31 July