SEFS Inaugural Lecture, Prof Alix McCollam

14 Mar 2024

On Wednesday, 27 March at 5pm, Professor Alix McCollam, School of Physics, UCC will be the next one to take part in the SEFS Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series 2024. 

It will be held in the North Wing Council Room. 

Lecture Title: "Quantum Materials at ultra-low temperatures and high magnetic field" 

Alix's research focuses on discovering and understanding the extraordinary properties of quantum matter arising from the behaviour of strongly interacting electrons. Alix was an undergraduate at Trinity College Dublin and did her PhD in the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. Before moving to School of Physics UCC, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto and was then a member of faculty at Radboud University, Nijmegen, as well as a senior staff scientist at the High Field Magnet Laboratory in the Netherlands.

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All welcome and refreshments will be served after this event. 


Great turnout at Professor Alix McCollam's Inaugural lecture hosted by SEFS, UCC. See some pictures below: 

4 people posing in front of screen at UCC's North Wing Council Room



From L-R Professor John McInerney, Professor Alix McCollam, Professor Sarah Culloty, Professor Paul Callanan


Group of people sitting watching professor present lecture on screen


Professor Smiling while presenting lecture


School of Physics

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