MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS PROGRAMME
A number of our lecturers will be involved including Dr Ryan Milligan, Dr David Wilkins, Dr Raymond McQuaid, Dr Anna Zhigun and Dr Daniele Margarone.
Since 2014, the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) has welcomed over 500 students from China and across the globe to the annual summer school. In spite of restrictions on travel in 2021, the faculty of EPS successfully launched a virtual summer school. Almost 200 students were welcomed and joined the online programmes. Building on the success of 2021, we are delighted to launch the 2022 virtual summer school. Students can pursue their interests in one of six tailored EPS summer school programmes. This year, the EPS summer school will also provide students the opportunity to take our additional professional skills module on Entrepreneurship. This is an optional programme delivered in week three for summer school students who want to build entrepreneurial skills and awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Maths and Physics module will cover a variety of topics, ranging from machine learning, mathematical analysis to chemical physics.
Gain knowledge of some applications in science and technology, such as photons, particles, nuclear decay and nuclear fusion
Sharpen your mathematical analysis skills and deepen your understanding of convergence of series
Understand the basics of how machine learning can be used for the properties of molecular systems, incorporating symmetry
Understand different types of observations of the Sun from space at different wavelengths, and the impacts of solar activity on our planet
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