Physics Lecture Series
Come experience the fascinating world of physics! Physics is the most fundamental of all sciences. Through physics, we can understand why and how things work the way they do. Kansas State University physics department and K-State Olathe are presenting a series of talks on various topics of cutting-edge physics including dark matter, dark energy, and acceleration; high energy physics; and physics education research.
All education backgrounds and levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Each lecture is one hour in length with time at the end of the presentation for student and or audience questions.
The following dates have been scheduled for the lecture series:
Sept. 18, 2013: Dr. Kristin Corwin - Blue Skies Ahead
Oct.16, 2013: Dr. Debra Dandeneau - Physics in Films
Nov. 13, 2013: Dr. Bret Flanders - The Nano-Science of Debdritic Crystals: Getting Biotechnology out of a Snowflake THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELLED
All lecture series will be at K-State Olathe, 22201 W. Innovation Drive, in the Forum Hall from 4-5 p.m.
For more information, contact Micheal Strohschein at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (913) 307-7342.