Saturday Morning Physics

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Event Details

Date/Time
Date(s) - 12/14/2019
10:30am-11:30am
Cost: Free

NOTE THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY OCCURRED

Location
Weiser Hall
Region: Campus
500 Church St, Ann Arbor


Event Description

UM’s Physics department hosts the Saturday Morning Physics lecture series during both fall and winter terms. The talks present physics topics to a general audience including older children with non-technical terms.

The sessions are held in Rooms 170 & 182 Weiser Hall

Refreshments are served from 9:50-10:20am

Upcoming Saturday Morning Physics Topics:

  • October 12 – What’s so Super about Supercomputing
  • October 19 – The Astronet: A Human-Centric Network of Free-Flying
  • October 26 – The Birth & Amazing Life of Nonlinear Optics
  • November 2- Who Ordered That? The Marvelous Mysterious Muon
  • November 16 – Supermassive Black Holes & You
  • November 23 – Scientific Publishing: How to Publish in the Right Journal
  • December 7 – Black Holes, Facts, Myths & Mysteries
  • December 14- Climate Change Opportunities & Challenges for Michigan
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