Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences 366821
College academic year update
The past academic year has been one of the most successful in the history of the college, with strong performance across several areas. The REF2014 performance in Engineering was a major highlight with 92% of research being classified as world-leading or internationally excellent, the highest in the university. In addition, our vision for gender equality in science took a step forward with Athena Swan bronze awards in Physics and Engineering; every one of Exeter’s STEM/M departments now has an award. We continue to be immensely proud of our students achievements, a magnificent team effort resulted in a team of students from CSM winning gold medals in the International Mining Games and a team of Computer Science undergraduates also claimed first place in the international Thales Project Arduino competition.
- Monday 30 Nov 2015: Jupiter's unearthly jet streams: a new turbulent model exhibiting statistical steadiness without large-scale dissipation (GAFD seminar)
- Tuesday 01 Dec 2015: Theory seminar
- Tuesday 01 Dec 2015: Strategic questions facing the UK water industry
- Tuesday 01 Dec 2015: Journal club: Predicting the dependence of stellar properties on initial conditions