How is a collection of electrons like a society? Nandini Trivedi, professor of physics in the CEM, says in both cases, individuals act differently in a group than they do alone. She studies these interactions in electrons, with an eye to their beneficial practical applications, such as the dissipationless transmission of electricity through superconductivity.
Watch her video here.
Astronomy and Physics Departments,
I’m the chair of UMAAC, the undergraduate majors of astronomy and astrophysics committee. We plan events and seek to improve the climate and overall experience of astronomy undergraduates.
I’m reaching out to gauge interest about a social for South Asians in astronomy/physics. This would be an informal event geared towards connecting South Asian undergraduate, graduate students, and faculty.
Feel free to reach out to me (email@example.com) or co-chair Avidaan Srivastava (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions and/or to confirm your interest or support for this social.
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