# Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

# Media items

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### Media items

#### 10000 YouTube Subscribers and Wisdom of the Crowds

QED Gold: Originally uploaded 12th June 2011

Competition is over I'm afraid, but you may still like to play.

Here's a photo of the jar: http://tumblr.com/xqt2yusc39

**Collection**:
Quite Easily Done

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Mon 31 Oct 2011

#### 1.Evaluating Risk: Introduction

**Collection**:
Motivate Films -Under development

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 4 Mar 2011

#### 28 Minutes Later - The Maths of Zombies

So, to survive a zombie attack you need to run. In the long term we need a fortified society, but if the barricades fall we need to reduce the speed of infection, slow them down,...

**Collection**:
Quite Easily Done

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 26 Oct 2011

#### 2.Evaluating Risk: Bacon Sandwiches

**Collection**:
Motivate Films -Under development

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 4 Mar 2011

#### 3.Evaluating Risk: Risk Stories

**Collection**:
Motivate Films -Under development

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 4 Mar 2011

#### Alan Guth. Eternal Inflation and Its Implications.

Alan Guth.

Eternal Inflation and Its Implications

**Collection**:
'The State of the Universe' - Stephen Hawking 70th Birthday Conference/Symposium

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Tue 20 Mar 2012

#### Alan Guth MIT

Inflation 25 years after the VEU workshop. 3

**Collection**:
The Very Early Universe 25 Years On (17-20 December 2007, CTC)

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Tue 19 Feb 2008

#### Alexander Vilenkin. Did the universe have a beginning?

Alexander Vilenkin.

Did the universe have a beginning?

**Collection**:
'The State of the Universe' - Stephen Hawking 70th Birthday Conference/Symposium

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 21 Mar 2012

#### Andrei Linde. Inflation in supergravity and string theory

Andrei Linde.

Inflation in supergravity and string theory

**Collection**:
'The State of the Universe' - Stephen Hawking 70th Birthday Conference/Symposium

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 21 Mar 2012

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2008 - Deep Questions of Cosmology: Did Something Happen Before the Big Bang?

The second Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Deep Questions of Cosmology: Did Something Happen Before the Big Bang?", was given by Professor Sir Roger Penrose at 3 pm on...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Tue 2 Feb 2010

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2009 - How Many Universes Are There?

The third Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "How Many Universes Are There?", was given by Professor Paul Davies at 5 pm on Monday 4th May 2009 in Lady Mitchell Hall,...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 3 Feb 2010

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2010 - The Amazing Diversity of Planetary Systems

Andrew Chamblin, friend and colleague to many past and present members of the DAMTP Relativity Group, died suddenly and unexpectedly in 2006 at the very early age of...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 14 May 2010

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2012 - On the Shoulders of Eastern Giants: The Forgotten Contribution of Medieval Physicists

The sixth Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled “On the Shoulders of Eastern Giants: The Forgotten Contribution of Medieval Physicists” will be given by Professor Jim...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Tue 29 May 2012

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2013 - The Infinity Puzzle – From the Higgs Boson to the LHC by Professor Frank Close

The seventh Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled “The Infinity Puzzle – From the Higgs Boson to the LHC ”, was given by Professor Frank Close OBE at 5 pm on Friday 15th...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 19 Apr 2013

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2014 - The Pointless Universe by Professor Michael Green

The eigth Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "The Pointless Universe" was given by Professor Michael Green at 5pm on Thursday 13th March in Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 7 May 2014

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2015 - A Beautiful Question by Professor Frank Wilczek

The ninth Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "A Beautiful Question" was given by Professor Frank Wilczek ,from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at 5pm on ...

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 1 May 2015

#### Andrew Chamblin Lecture 2016 - 'Harnessing the Quantum World' - Professor Raymond Laflamme

10th Andrew Chamblin Lecture

**Collection**:
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Fri 29 Apr 2016

#### Andrew Strominger. Microscopic Realization of the dS/CFT Correspondence

Andrew Strominger.

Microscopic Realization of the dS/CFT Correspondence

**Collection**:
'The State of the Universe' - Stephen Hawking 70th Birthday Conference/Symposium

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Wed 21 Mar 2012

#### Benford's Law - How mathematics can detect fraud!

Benford's Law is a truly surprising fact about the frequency of numbers when studying data such as prices, populations, rivers, even street addresses. And if someone's accounts do...

**Collection**:
Quite Easily Done

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Tue 16 Aug 2011

#### Bill Phillips - Neutral Atoms as Qubits

Bill Phillips' (1997 Nobel Laureate) talk from 10/6/2003

**Collection**:
Fujitsu Lectures

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Thu 23 Jul 2009