Physics graduate student Rick Montgomery will be one of the finalists in the 3-minute thesis competition this evening, May 7, 6-8 PM, 177 Lawrence Hall. Read about it here.
It was announced today that Stephanie Majewski has won a prestigious Early Career Award from the Department of Energy for her proposed work with Atlas at the CERN LHC. Read about it here. Congratulations to Stephanie!
Profs Brau, Chang, Kribs, and Majewski will do a panel discussion following the April 21 6:15 PM showing of the film “Particle Fever” at Eugene’s Bijou Metro. Link to Around the O news item.
Friday April 11: Dr. Stan’s Science Circus returns with edutainment integrating the physics of sound and light into visual effects and music! Room 100 Willamette Hall, UofO Campus, 1371 E13th ave. 8:00PM FREE
Saturday, April 12: Society of Physics Students (SPS) Zone 17 meeting, 110 Willamette Hall. This weekend Stanley Micklavzina (Zone 17 councilor) and The Dept. of Physics will host the annual SPS Zone 17 meeting. Students form SPS chapters in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska (Zone 17) have been invited to participate. Zone 17 Meeting Agenda
Longtime Physics Professor KJ Park passed away on March 21.
The particle theory group, Institute for Theoretical Science, and the Center for High Energy Physics are hosting 18 theorists and experimentalists from around the world to discuss: “Natural Supersymmetry”
Details as well as a schedule of talks can be found here:
This week’s Eugene Science Pub features Jim Brau on
The Higgs Boson: How It Was Discovered and What It Tells Us About the Universe
See the details here:
Feb 7, 11 AM. A few updates:
Classes and UO events canceled today through at least 6 PM — see http://alerts.uoregon.edu/ for more information and updates.
Grad student lunch (strictly voluntary) at noon in Wil 240D.
HEP research discussion (strictly voluntary) at 2:00 in Wil 472.
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