What Physicists Do - Archive

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April 18, 2022 Nedkova How have galaxies grown over the last 10 billion years?
Kalina Nedkova
Tufts University
April 11, 2022 TBA
April 4, 2022 TBA TBA
Valton Smith
March 28, 2022 Gill and Call TBA
Aman Gill and Demitri Call
Department of Physics at University of Nevada, Reno
March 14, 2022 Belli What turns galaxies off?
Sirio Belli
Harvard University
March 7, 2022 Rawl Webb Space Telescope and the Near Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec)
Tim Rawl
European Space Agency
February 28, 2022 Valiante TBA
Elisabetta Valiante
November 15, 2021 Walter Exploring the Cosmos with Superconducting Detectors
Dr. Alex Walter
Jet Propultion Laboratory (JPL)
November 8, 2021 STEP Becoming a Middle or High School STEM Teacher
SSU STEP Program
Sonoma State University
November 1, 2021 Grado-White Building Traversable Wormholes (In Theory)
Dr. Brianna Grado-White
Brandeis University
October 25, 2021 Battat Testing Einstein with Lasers and the Moon
Dr. James Battat
Wellesley College
October 18, 2021 Koh Spectroscopic Characterization of Bioaerosols
Dr. Christine Koh
Sonoma State University
October 11, 2021 Parker From Frustrated Quantum Magnetism to Public Policy Research
Dr. Edward Parker
Associate Physical Scientist at the RAND Corporation
October 4, 2021 Kinsella A Journey from String Theory to Oceanography
Dr. Alex Kinsella
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
September 27, 2021 Duran From Black Holes to Fireworks: Understanding Astrophysical Jets
Dr. Rodolfo Barniol Duran
Sacramento State University
September 21, 2021 Holbrook Astrophysics Culture
Professor JC Holbrook
University of Edinburgh and Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow
September 13, 2021 Students Research Experiences for Undergraduates, Student Edition!
Natalie Sanborn, Juan Garcia Vega, Andrew Evans, and Katie Toman
Sonoma State University
May 3, 2021 Copp Programmable light-matter interactions
Dr. Stacy Copp
UC Irvine
April 26, 2021 Ponce Using Quantum Sensors to Search for Dark Matter
Dr. Francisco Ponce
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
April 19, 2021 Anderson From Black Holes to Neural Networks
Dr. Louise Anderson
Google AI