Women in Physics London

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King's College London, Strand Campus

K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre

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The KCL Women in STEM Society proudly presents Women in Physics London, where we have collaborated with universities and societies in London to bring you a half-day event, celebrating the diversity and talent of female physicists in London.

Speakers and guests from institutions including King's College London, Queen Mary University of London, Imperial College London, and University College London, with the help of QMUL Women in Physics Society, UCL Women in Physics Society, the women in physics community at ICL, and KCL Women in Physics Society.

This event is open to all!


The first half of the event will be short talks from the following speakers:


Professor Lesley Cohen (Imperial College London, Experimental Solid State Physics)

Dr Marcella Bona (Queen Mary University of London, Particle Physics)

Dr Francesca Baletto (King's College London, Theory & Simulation of Condensed Matter)

Miss Soraya Carlos Caixeiro (King's College London, Bio-Compatible Random Lasing)

Miss Osnat Katz (University of Manchester)

Miss Angeline Raja (Queen Mary University of London)


The second half of the event will be a speed networking session with guests including but not limited to:


Professor Serena Viti (University College London, Star Formation and Galaxy Evolution)

Dr Anasuya Aruliah (University College London, Atmospheric Physics)

Dr Eva Philippaki (King's College London, Experimental Biophysics & Nanotechnology)

Dr Carla Faria (University College London, Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics)

Miss Sophia Goldberg (Queen Mary University of London, Theoretical Cosmology)

Professor Carla Molteni (King's College London, Theory & Simulation of Condensed Matter)

Dr Kirika Uchida (Imperial College London, High Energy Physics)



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King's College London, Strand Campus

K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre

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