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The current research area in which the Department of Physics is involved includes:


Research within this department currently focuses on Electromagnetics: measurement and modelling of electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the environment; EMF health risk assessment; electromagnetic compatibility; measurement of permittivity of biological tissues; medical applications of microwaves; Instrumentation: development of novel sensors in collaboration with industry; Astrophysics, Cosmology and Astronomy: gravity theories; cosmology; particle astrophysics; cosmic magnetism; exoplanets; star and galaxy formation; real-time high performance computing applied to radio astronomy; instrument and detector design (from 100MHz to 10 GHz); machine learning for astrophysical application; quantum research (the nature of quantum mechanics at the meso-scale).



Geoscience Seminar
The next talk in the Geoscience Seminar Series will be given by Prof Nigel Harris, Professor of Tectonics at Open University, UK.
MSc (Research) and PhD application deadlines
Application Deadlines for Academic Year 2017/18 
Giant Glowing Halos around Distant Quasars
Unexpected Giant Glowing Halos around distant quasors
Last Updated: 6 November 2017

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