STEM

FOR BRITAIN

Exhibition of Posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians.

2021

Link to: STEM For Britain Sponsors

PHYSICS EXHIBITION

Poster Presenters in Alphabetical Order

Poster Presenters in Alphabetical Order
KEY:
Poster number – Name of Poster Presenter
School/Department and Institution
TITLE OF POSTER
Presenters’ Westminster MPs (where provided) given in format: Work MP/ Home MP

P1 – Alan Bowman

HOW GOOD CAN THE NEXT GENERATION OF SOLAR PANELS BE?

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Daniel Zeichner (Labour)/ Daniel Zeichner (Labour)

P2 – Alessandra Costantino

IMPROVING MEDICAL IMAGING WITH GAMMA-RAY ASTRONOMY TECHNIQUES

Physics and Astronomy, University of Southampton

Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour)/ Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour)

P3 – Vicky Fawcett

RED QUASARS: THE MISSING LINK IN GALAXY EVOLUTION?

Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy, Durham University

Mary Kelly Foy (Labour)/ Theresa May (Conservative)

P4 – Ben Fernando

SEISMOLOGY AT THE EXTREMES – FROM THE OCEANS TO MARS

Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford

Anneliese Dodds (Labour)/ Preet Kaur Gill (Labour)

P5 – Tiffany Harte

WEAVING A BASKET OF LIGHT FOR ATOMS

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Daniel Zeichner (Labour)/ Daniel Zeichner (Labour)

P6 – Aleksey Kozikov

HOW UNCERTAINTY HELPS TO CREATE ABSOLUTELY SECURE FUTURE

School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics, Newcastle University

Chi Onwurah (Labour)/ Nicholas Brown (Labour)

P7 – Stefan Spence

ASSEMBLING A MOLECULAR QUANTUM COMPUTER WITH OPTICAL TWEEZERS

Department of Physics, University of Durham

Mary Kelly Foy (Labour)/ Mary Kelly Foy (Labour)

P8 – Heidi Thiemann

SUPERWASP VARIABLE STARS: CLASSIFYING STARS USING CITIZEN SCIENCE

School of Physical Sciences, The Open University

Iain Stewart (Conservative)/ Ben Everitt (Conservative)

P9 – Matthew Thornton

FROM FOE TO FRIEND: LOSS-DRIVEN QUANTUM LIGHT SOURCES

School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St Andrews

Wendy Chamberlain (Lib Dem)/ Wendy Chamberlain (Lib Dem)

P10 – Maria Violaris

PURIFYING THE DEMON: DOES QUANTUM ERASURE COST MORE THAN YOU REMEMBER?

Mathematical Institute and Department of Physics, University of Oxford

Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat)/ Anneliese Dodds (Labour)

Physics Judges

Dr Mark Telling, (Chair of Physics Judging Panel), STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory / University of Oxford

Dr Bahadar Bhatia, Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust

Dr Olivia Keenan, South East Physics Network / Queen Mary University of London

Prof Tara Shears, University of Liverpool

Prof Klaus Suhling, King’s College London