STEM

FOR BRITAIN

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

2021

PHYSICS EXHIBITION

Poster Presenters in Alphabetical Order

Alan Bowman

HOW GOOD CAN THE NEXT GENERATION OF SOLAR PANELS BE?

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Alessandra Costantino

IMPROVING MEDICAL IMAGING WITH GAMMA-RAY ASTRONOMY TECHNIQUES

Physics and Astronomy, University of Southampton

Vicky Fawcett

RED QUASARS: THE MISSING LINK IN GALAXY EVOLUTION?

Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy, Durham University

Ben Fernando

SEISMOLOGY AT THE EXTREMES – FROM THE OCEANS TO MARS

Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford

Tiffany Harte

WEAVING A BASKET OF LIGHT FOR ATOMS

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Aleksey Kozikov

HOW UNCERTAINTY HELPS TO CREATE ABSOLUTELY SECURE FUTURE

School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics, Newcastle University

Stefan Spence

ASSEMBLING A MOLECULAR QUANTUM COMPUTER WITH OPTICAL TWEEZERS

Department of Physics, University of Durham

Heidi Thiemann

SUPERWASP VARIABLE STARS: CLASSIFYING STARS USING CITIZEN SCIENCE

School of Physical Sciences, The Open University

Matthew Thornton

FROM FOE TO FRIEND: LOSS-DRIVEN QUANTUM LIGHT SOURCES

School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St Andrews

Maria Violaris

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

Mathematical Institute and Department of Physics, University of Oxford

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