The Welsh Lectures in Physics have been held annually since 1975 in honour of H.L. Welsh, a distinguished former faculty member in the Physics Department. They are the major public event in the life of the Department of Physics and are intended to celebrate discoveries in physics and their wider impact. They are intended to be broadly accessible to an audience drawn from across the university, other academic institutions and the interested public.
You ca follow Prof. Dahn's talk on May 6th at 2 pm either in person, at the Koffler Audtorium, or by Zoom link which has been previously distributed by email.