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Online Subject Events - April 2021
Pembroke College is delighted to be running a series of online subject events in April 2021.
These sessions are open to any Year 12 student at a UK state school. Participants will attend a subject lecture with one of our tutors, followed by a Q&A with the speaker. Participants will also be sent a pre-recorded video on Oxford admissions.
The subjects and dates of these events are as follows:
Mathematics: Wednesday 14 April, 4-5.30pm.
‘What is a Fat Point?’ with Aurelio Carlucci.
Please note that this event is currently fully booked, but we encourage interested students to sign up to the waiting list here.
Physics/ Physics and Philosophy: Tuesday 20 April. 4-5pm (Physics), 4-6pm (Physics and Philosophy)
Physics Lecture: ‘How to Design a Large Hadron Collider' with Laurence Wroe.
Philosophy Lecture: ‘Special Relativity and the Philosophy of Time’ with Dr James Read.
Please note that the Philosophy lecture will be provided as a pre-recorded video, followed by a live Q&A.
Engineering: Friday 23 April, 4-5pm.
‘Probabilistic Robotics’ with Professor Nick Hawes.
Philosophy for Mathematics and Philosophy: Wednesday 28 April, 4-5pm
‘Paradoxes’ with Dr James Read.
Please note that this lecture will be provided as a pre-recorded video, followed by a live Q&A.
To sign up for any of these events, please complete the registration form here.
These events are open to Year 12 students at any UK state school, and students should sign up directly rather than via a teacher.
If you have any questions, please contact Kirsty Simpson (Admissions and Access Officer) at firstname.lastname@example.org .