Professor Matt Wright’s group at Adelphi University has a number of research projects, including lasers to control atomic collisions, studying how fruit flies interact with magnetic fields, and how students use video podcasts to improve their learning. Advertisements
The Adelphi Physics Club informally visited Columbia University on October 20th 2017, to learn more about attending Columbia in the 3-2 program from former Adelphi Students. A special thanks to Bill, Chris, Gharvhel, John, Jun, Nikolette, Phil, Sajan and Tracy!
Our repump laser is in Germany getting an upgrade. However, we wanted to continue working on the MOT experiment. So we got out Repump laser by modulating our trapping light by 6.8 GHz and then injection locking to the side band as we have discussed in our past work. Only we didn’t do this to …
Jessan Jishu, a junior physics major at Adelphi University, wrote the following article: The Case for Writing in Math Classes https://medium.com/tech-based-teaching/the-case-for-writing-in-math-classes-cb73bb998fb6 I agree. Our Adelphi Physics Department has enhanced our laboratories in advanced classes with advanced technical writing training. More to come on this soon. Great work Jessan!
Great work everyone who helped out! Our newly updated observatory is back in business. Look for cool results and activities from our new observatory team lead by Anthony Romagnolo (Senior) and Colleen Williamsen (First Year).
Read about the 2017 McDonell Summer Fellows here. http://news.adelphi.edu/au_news/2017-mcdonell-summer-fellows-program/?utm_content=cta
Check out our newly posted Vignette on Torque and Swing Dance. Great work Egla Ochoa-Madrid (Class of 2017) and Lani Chau (Class of 2018). Please click here to run the vignette.
Welcome back Adelphi University! And Welcome to the class of 2022! Here are many of our first year physics students during our workshop on how to be a successful physics student! (of course in the first row are a few of our upperclassmen)