Physics Archive

Matt Bellis, Siena College – The Large Hadron Collider and the Future of Physics

Could a new understanding of our universe be on the way? Matt Bellis, assistant professor of

Sebastian Deffner, University of Maryland Baltimore County – Quantum Supremacy

  A new, more secure computer is on the way to protect our most sensitive data.

Shawn Bishop, TU Munchen – Supernova Ashes and an Extinction Event

Traces of supernovas in the cosmos could be in our oceans. Shawn Bishop, professor of experimental

Martin Krieger, University of Southern California – Primes and Particles

What used to be simple, may now be more complex. Martin Krieger, professor of planning at

Martin Krieger, University of Southern California – Flows and Finances

A city’s flow is key to its vitality. Martin Krieger, professor of planning at the University

John Cummings, Siena College – Neutrinos

Our understanding of the universe is getting smaller and smaller. John Cummings, Associate Professor of Physics

Martin Krieger, University of Southern California – Clusters

People cluster together in cities, by chance or by choice. Today on The Academic Minute: Martin

John O’Meara, St. Michael’s College – Traces of the First Stars

Have we found the fingerprints of the first group of stars in our universe? John O’Meara,

David Weld, University of California Santa Barbara – The Dance of Atoms

Improving our understanding of matter could lead to new technologies. David Weld, assistant professor of physics

Christopher Wrede, Michigan State University – Pre-Solar Grains

Are some of the earliest building blocks of the universe making their way to Earth? Chris