Speakers address scientific topics during the Matthew Spitzer Memorial Lecture Series in Physics
- October 9, 2013 6:00pm
Tune in on physics topics, such as fascinating tests of fundamental physical laws using atoms and the history of electron spin, during the Matthew Spitzer Memorial Lecture Series in Physics.
The Physics Department is holding its first lecture Friday, Oct. 11 in the South Science Building, room 149. All lectures will be held noon to 1 p.m. A generous gift from a donor has made the series possible featuring a variety of speakers. The lecture speakers include:
Derek Kimball, CSUEB chair of the department of physics (Oct. 11)
Brandon Gruidl, Jordan Dudley and Jerlyn Swiatlowski, CSUEB students (Oct. 25)
Dr. Micol Alemani, CSUEB physics lecturer (Nov. 1)
Dr. William Pezzaglia, CSUEB physics lecturer (Nov. 8)
Dr. Eugene Commins, UC Berkeley professor emeritus (Nov. 15)
Dr. Dmitry Budker, UC Berkeley professor (Nov. 22)
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