CANES held its biennial CONES 2018 conference on June 25th to the 27th at King’s College London (feature image is of the Strand Campus Quad). The three day conference included a variety of talks from physical sciences, biological modelling, and statistical mechanics. The days were structured with talks (and also parallel ‘stranded’ talks), poster spotlights, poster
CANES held its 4th Annual Retreat this month at the De Vere Beautmont Estate in Windsor. The two day retreat was a huge success with talks from invited industrial members Mark Earthy (Matrica), Jane Usoskina (Polymatica), and Marianne Rolph (EPSRC) who spoke on Monday morning. Following Lunch, we had some excellent talks from current members
CANES is holding its CONES 2018 conference on June 25th to the 27th at King’s College London. CONES will bring together leading experts in non-equilibrium science Thematic strands will include recent advances in the physical sciences, biological modelling, and statistical mechanics The conference will explore common challenges in non-equilibrium systems For more information and registration,
On June 1-2 2017, King’s College London was host to WoLQS, a Workshop on Localisation in Quantum Systems. This was a student-led initiative, with 9 CANES students taking different organising roles. It was aimed at early-career researchers, with each of the three invited speakers giving a two-part seminar, the first part being pedagogical and the
Between the 22nd and 23rd of May 2017 the conference “Statistical Mechanics of Glassy Complex and Non-Equilibrium Systems” will be held at the Strand Campus of King’s College London. For further details click here.
An introduction to CNES will take place at the CANES Annual Retreat on Tuesday 4th July at Wotton House in Surrey. It will be immediately followed by a brainstorming session about possible research projects, collaborations and associated funding opportunities.