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Physics Department Annual Spring Picnic and Barbecue: Sunday, 6/1, at 2:00 PM (rain or shine), South Mountain Park, Upper Pavilion, 1600 E. University Ave., Bethlehem.
Lehigh Students to Compete in the 2013 Cantalobber Contest at Kutztown University, Sunday, April 14, 12 noon
Carl Faust and Brian Knorr will be representing the physics graduate students at the 7th Annual Cantalobber competition this Sunday, April 14th at Kutztown University beginning at noon. They will be defending their previous two wins (with a record of 1530 feet!), and going for their third victory. Kara Richter and Brandon Mitchell will also be competing with a second air cannon. Come out to support the two groups, and stay for the free food which will be provided. See attached Announcement and Map of Kutztown University showing the location of the event.
Nobel Prize winner, Sir Anthony J. Leggett, will give two presentations at Lehigh University on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27 and 28...
Karakash Lecture: Why Can't Time Run Backwards Wednesday, March 27, 4:10 PM, Lewis Lab Room 270. Refreshments will be served beginning at 3:30 PM. (appropriate for a general audience) Click for Announcement
Feigl Lecture: Bell's Theorem, Entanglement, Quantum Teleportation and All That Thursday, March 28, 4:10 PM, Lewis Lab Room 270, with a "Meet and Greet" including refreshments beginning at 3 PM. Click for Announcement
SPS Special Meeting: Building Electric Motors, Pizza, and a Surprise! March 6, 2013; 4:30 PM; Lewis Lab 270
SPS General Meeting: February 28, 2013; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 316
SPS Special Event: Research Presentations: February 14, 2013; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 316
SPS General Meeting: January 31, 2013; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 316
SPS General Meeting: January 17, 2013; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 316
SPS and Physics Department Barbecue: November 15, 2012; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 270 Lobby.
SPS Special Event: Amazing Physics Exhibition: October 25, 2012; 5:30 PM; Lewis Lab 270 and Lobby
September 2012: A Message from the Chair
All of us in the Department would like to extend a warm welcome to incoming students and to our returning undergraduates. We also welcome back Professor Yong Kim and his graduate student, Ryan Cress, who spent time in Korea at Seoul National University over the summer.
2012 is shaping up as a banner year for graduating Ph.D. students. Ten physics graduate students defended their dissertations since April! As we offer our congratulations, we are also sorry to see them go. The outgoing class was replaced by a diverse group of nine incoming graduate students from all across the country and around the world. Among them are one recipient of a Dean’s Fellowship and three GAANN fellows.
On Friday, September 14th, the department was one of the hosts of the Pennsylvania Network Meeting on the Physics and Chemistry of Biological Systems. The event, organized by Professor Dimitrios Vavylonis, attracted 120 participants from 25 institutions from around the state and beyond. An exciting series of oral presentations complemented by a poster session gave ample opportunities for the exchange of ideas and networking. Congratulations to Dimitris for organizing such a great event.
August 2012: A Message from the Chair
All of us in the Department would like to extend a warm welcome to incoming students and to our returning undergraduates. We look forward to seeing you.
2012 is shaping up as a banner year for graduating Ph.D. students. Ten physics graduate students defended their dissertations since April! As we offer our congratulations, we are also sorry to see them go.
As usual, our summer research activities were enhanced by contributions from students supported by our NSF-funded REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) Program, one of the longest-running NSF-REU programs in the Country. These 25 students were selected from a pool of 627 applicants!
Our first colloquium, scheduled for Thursday, September 6th, will be given by University of Pennsylvania Professor Andrew Rappe. Details and the full colloquium schedule will appear shortly.
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