Physics Today Spring 2018 Reference Page

Course Number: 
301
Instructor: 
Wesley Smith
Student Type: 
Undergraduate
Course Description: 
A series of weekly presentations and discussions of current research topics in physics, by scientists directly involved in those studies. Provides undergraduates with access to the topics and excitement of the research frontier in a manner not possible in normal subject courses.
Instructor Course Description: 
A series of weekly presentations and discussions of current research topics in physics by the scientists involved in those studies. this course is designed to expose students to the topics and excitement of the research frontier. Each lecture will be given by a different researcher who will describe his/her field and his/her own work. Opportunities will be offered for students to become involved in research work. This course is designed to help foster contact between students and faculty to enable opportunties for independent study, directed study, or senior thesis projects with faculty in subsequent semesters. Students will learn about a broad variety of physics research and how this research is carried out. Further information may be found on the course web page.
Prerequisites: 
Physics 208 or equivalent
Lecture Place and Time: 
T 1:20-2:10pm, 2241 Chamberlin Hall
Designations
Level: 
Intermediate
L&S Credit Type: 
C
Honors section available
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