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  • Friday, May 1st (week 5) 6a (3:30-4:30), Olin 141 

    Adam Witt ’06  “Developing Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations to Solve  Environmental Issues at Hydropower Dams”

    **If you would like to have lunch with Adam at noon Friday, contact Arjendu Pattanayak (apattana or x7166) to RSVP.**

  • Physics 123
    (Approx. First Half of Term)    Fridays 3:30-4:30 (6a)
    What Physicists Do
    Spring 2013
    Olin 141    1 Credit; S/CR/NC

    The Department of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to present “Physics 123: What Physicists Do”.  This is our annual series of five lectures by guest speakers, many of whom are Carleton alums.  The series is intended to introduce students to a broad range of real-world physics and to give some perspective on the kinds of work done by people with a physics background.  Speakers will be available for informal discussions over refreshments afterward.    Questions: Jay Tasson, Olin 337, x4418, jtasson@carleton.edu.


    The speaker for May 10th will be Jill Bingham '04.

    "Ultrasonic Wave Propagation:  Modeling and Use in Nondestructive Evaluation of Aircraft Parts"

  • Physics 123
    (Approx. First Half of Term)    Fridays 3:30-4:30 (6a)
    What Physicists Do
    Spring 2013
    Olin 141    1 Credit; S/CR/NC

    The Department of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to present “Physics 123: What Physicists Do”.  This is our annual series of five lectures by guest speakers, many of whom are Carleton alums.  The series is intended to introduce students to a broad range of real-world physics and to give some perspective on the kinds of work done by people with a physics background.  Speakers will be available for informal discussions over refreshments afterward.    Questions: Jay Tasson, Olin 337, x4418, jtasson@carleton.edu.


    The speaker for April 26th will be Amanda Babson ('98).

  • Physics 123
    (Approx. First Half of Term)    Fridays 3:30-4:30 (6a)
    What Physicists Do
    Spring 2013
    Olin 141    1 Credit; S/CR/NC

    The Department of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to present “Physics 123: What Physicists Do”.  This is our annual series of five lectures by guest speakers, many of whom are Carleton alums.  The series is intended to introduce students to a broad range of real-world physics and to give some perspective on the kinds of work done by people with a physics background.  Speakers will be available for informal discussions over refreshments afterward.    Questions: Jay Tasson, Olin 337, x4418, jtasson@carleton.edu.


    The speaker for May 19th will be Kevin Covey.

  • Physics 123
    (Approx. First Half of Term)    Fridays 3:30-4:30 (6a)
    What Physicists Do
    Spring 2013
    Olin 141    1 Credit; S/CR/NC

    The Department of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to present “Physics 123: What Physicists Do”.  This is our annual series of five lectures by guest speakers, many of whom are Carleton alums.  The series is intended to introduce students to a broad range of real-world physics and to give some perspective on the kinds of work done by people with a physics background.  Speakers will be available for informal discussions over refreshments afterward.    Questions: Jay Tasson, Olin 337, x4418, jtasson@carleton.edu.


    The speaker for May 12th will be Paul Grossi ('89).

  • April 27 (Friday) noon-1pm, LDC Shearer Dining Room

    Join physics students, faculty, staff and PHYS 123 speaker Jennifer Johnson for lunch at the LDC.  Meet on 3rd Olin at 11:50am for the short walk over or meet us there.

  • April 27 (Friday) 1:10-2:10pm LDC 104

    As part of the PHYS 123 speaker series 'What Physicists Do' Jennifer Johnson will give the talk "The Search for the First Stars".

     

  • April 20 (Friday) 1:10-2:10pm, LDC104

    As part of the PHYS 123 speaker series "What Physicis Do" Dan Lathrop will give the talk 'Quantum Turbulence'.

  • April 13 (Friday) 1:10-2:10pm, LDC 104

    As part of the PHYS 123 series "What Physicists Do" John Ibele from Seagate Technology will give the talk 'A Woodworker in the World of Complex Mechatronics:  A Tale of Technical Challenges and Career Choices in the Data Storage Industry'.

  • April 6 (Friday) noon-1pm, LDC Shearer Dining Room

    Join physics students, faculty, staff and PHYS 123 speaker Daisy Raymondson for lunch at the LDC.  Meet on 3rd Olin at 11:50am for the short walk over or meet us there.

  • April 6 (Friday) 1:10-2:10pm, LDC 104

    Daisy Raymondson, laser physicist with KMLabs in Boulder, CO, will give the talk "Physics and Applications of Ultrafast Laser Systems".  Everyone is invited.

  • March 30 (Friday) 1:10-2:20pm, LDC104

    Ali Tasson, medical physicist at Procure Treatment Centers,  will give the PHYS 123 talk "Zapping Cancer with Protons"  Everyone is invited.

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