Magnificent Maths and Phenomenal Physics: Open Day

Saturday 27 April 2024

10:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Location

The TechnoCentre, Coventry University Technology Park, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TT

Cost

Free

Book your place

Event details

Coventry University's Research Centre for Fluid and Complex Systems is opening its doors to the public, promising a day filled with experiments, captivating science shows, and fascinating talks.

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in the world of maths and physics research? Eager to witness first-hand how science at Coventry University is making a tangible impact on lives? If the answer is yes, then we'd love for you to join us at our open day. 

What to expect

  • "Little Earth" Exploration: Dive into our "little earth" experiment, where you'll witness miniature worlds and gain insights into how they unlock the secrets of larger ecosystems.
  • Storm Prediction Unveiled: Ever wondered how storms and weather patterns are predicted? Explore the fascinating world of meteorology with our experts and uncover the science behind accurate weather forecasting.
  • Quantum Computing Revolution: Take a peek into the future as we unravel the revolution of quantum computing. Discover how this cutting-edge technology is reshaping the landscape of scientific exploration.
  • Mathematics of Social Interactions: Peer into the complex equations that govern our social interactions. Our mathematicians will guide you through the intriguing world where numbers and human behaviour intersect.

Who's invited?

Absolutely everyone with a passion for science! Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or just curious, our doors are open (recommended for children aged 8+).

Please note some demonstrations take place in our labs, which are only accessible to children aged 12+.

Come and meet our scientists and explore the world through their eyes for one day only. Don't miss out, register now!

Feel free to drop in at any point during the day to explore the world of maths and physics. 

For more information, please contact: Lorna Everall or Zoe Gibbs.