Lunch Time Physics is a weekly, informal, student-centered gathering of physics students, faculty, and staff. These gatherings focus on two main themes: physics and astronomy, and student career development. Consequently, Lunch Time Physics covers a wide range of topics, from the latest discoveries to where to look for summer jobs.
Lunch Time Physics was started in Winter 1995. It was originally organized by Dr. Marshall Thomsen, and is currently organized by Dr. Ernie Behringer. Speakers include guests from industry and academia, students, faculty, and staff.
If you would like to receive e-mail notification of the upcoming Lunch Time Physics program, or if you would like to suggest an idea for a Lunch Time Physics program, please e-mail Dr. Ernie Behringer.
During the Fall 2012 Semester, Lunch Time Physics meets every Wednesday at 12:30 in Strong 340N