Happy new year and welcome back to Cambridge for those who have been away!
We have a number of events lined up for this term.
- On Thursday 4th February, at 1900, Professor Michael Proctor of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics will speak on “Sunspots and the solar dynamo”
- On Thursday 25th February, at 1900, Dr David Sadler of Roke Manor Research will speak on “HF direction finding and superresolution techniques”
- On Thursday 4th March, at 1900, Robert Chipperfield (M0VFC) will speak on “RAYNET: the what, why and how of amateur radio emergency communications”
All talks will be in the Bateman auditorium at Gonville and Caius college, with doors open by 1845.
Our weekly pub meets, from 2000 each Thursday in the Maypole, continue.
Martin (G3ZAY) and Michael (G7VJR) will be on air in the Falkland Islands from 21st to 29th January, and we shall have an organised visit to our radio shack to make contact with them. Look out for more details on this!
I look forward to seeing/hearing some of you later on in the term!