Q-Soc is about Physics, but mostly about having a good time. We welcome students from any discipline who’ve got an interest in physics. We have a variety of events coming up, from academic lectures, to fun physics challenges, and plenty of social events, and we’d love to see you there!
Q-Soc Trip to the Science Museum, London
Q-Soc is going to the Science Museum in London on Saturday 2nd November. We'll be meeting around 10am in Brighton and then getting the train as a group to the Science Museum. You can buy a ticket using the link below:
We welcome anyone from both physics and beyond. If you have any trouble purchasing tickets, please email us at email@example.com
These are our upcoming events:
If any non-Sussex students would like to get involved with out events, then please just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and then you'll be welcome to come along and join us at any of our events!
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This year we have expanded to ten committee members! Please feel free to contact any of us if you have any queries.
We have a dedicated welfare and inclusivity officer, Dhru Gohil, who's job it is to make sure that everyone feels welcome at QSoc events. If you need to contact him for any reasons, then please use the email below.
Physics Ball 2019
2019 marked the return of the responsibility of organising the annual physics ball to Q-Soc. It was hosted in the Grand Hotel, Brighton and was a night full of fun, music and entertainment. Here's some of our favrioute pictures of the event. We'd love to see you next year!
Our Previous Events
These are the events that we have run previously in the academic year:
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