Development and Alumni Relations

Couplings on the run - from fundamental particles to quantum gravity

Wednesday 1 May from 18:00 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Sussex Lectures
Daniel Litim, Professor of Theoretical Physics, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

One of the fascinating lessons of quantum physics is that the strength of interactions between particles depends on energy or distance.


New research on Roman temples in Britain - recent findings from Hayling Island and Meonstoke, Hampshire

Thursday 2 May from 19:00 until 20:45
Fulton Building Lecture Room B
University of Sussex Archaeological Society
Professor Tony King FSA (University of Winchester)

Recent investigations at Meonstoke and Hayling Island have given us new insights into Roman sacred landscapes, and how villas and temples interact.


How neurons work together to unpick and reconstruct the world around us

Wednesday 8 May from 18:00 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Sussex Lectures
Miguel Maravall, Professor of Neuroscience, School of Life Sciences

Neurons in our sensory systems cooperate to extract information and meaning from our environment. Different neurons divide up their roles.


An invitation to celebrate the life of Professor Michael Eraut

Saturday 11 May from 12:00 until 16:00
The Meeting House, University of Sussex

You are invited to celebrate the life of the late Professor Michael Eraut.


University of Sussex event in Washington DC

Tuesday 21 May from 18:30 until 20:30
Georgetown University, 102 Healy Hall, 37th and O Streets, Washington, DC 20057

Join us for a panel discussion on the future of global trade, with academics from Georgetown University and the University of Sussex.


University of Sussex event in New York

Wednesday 22 May from 19:00 until 21:00
Le Skyroom at FIAF, 22 East 60th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10022

Join University of Sussex experts in international trade and members of the UK Trade Policy Observatory, discussing the future of global trade.


Now that’s what I call collaborative history

Wednesday 29 May from 18:00 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Sussex Lectures
Lucy Robinson, Professor in Collaborative History, School of History, Art History and Philosophy

What are historians for? And how do we find out?


Hostile environments: A new politics of global space

Wednesday 12 June from 18:00 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Sussex Lectures
Michael Collyer, Professor of Geography, School of Global Studies

Events of the last decade have underlined the limitations of formal migration controls.