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This is an invitation only three-day residential course for A2 physics students designed specifically for Ogden sixth form scholars and Ogden-sponsored schools. There will be 40 places available.
The symposium is funded by The Ogden Trust and includes accommodation and all meals, but there is a non-refundable registration fee of £50. Travel expenses up to £120 may be claimed after the event equivalent to a return student rail fare plus taxis to and from Durham station, or 45p per mile, whichever is the lesser.
If you are an AS-Physics student at an Ogden school and are interested in attending this year, please contact the Ogden Trust - email@example.com
Topics to be discussed include:
Special Relativity: Prof. S. Clark
The Dark Side of the Universe: Dr. P. Edwards
The Hunt for the Higgs: Prof. N. Glover
Cool Things to do with Lasers: Prof. I. Hughes
All activities will take place in the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics and in the Department of Physics, at Durham University.
Dr. P. Edwards