Saturday Morning Physics 2014
::: outreach program funded by Florida State University
Department of Physics, Florida State University
Download SMP program (PDF).
Assist. Prof. Andrew Askew
A. Askew, C. Beekman, D. Collins, K. Huffenberger, D. Lind
Saturday Morning Physics is a program that introduces local high school
students to current research topics in the physical sciences. Our goal
is to educate, entertain and inspire. The program, which is funded by
Florida State University, is organized and run by the FSU Department of
Although this program is primarily for high school seniors we welcome
the participation of others. We particularly encourage parents and
teachers to attend. The presentations are designed to be enjoyed by
anyone, not just those who have some knowledge of physics!
No registration is required.
Cost of participation:
Saturday Morning Physics is provided as a community service at no cost
to the participants.
Each session will be held by FSU Physics Professors in the large lecture
hall (Room 101) at the east end of the Richards Undergraduate Physics
Laboratory, located near the west end of campus (see Richards or UPL in
the B4 zone of the
campus map), except
for the tour of the
National High Magnetic Field
Laboratory on 10/25 (see
Magnet Lab Map ).
All presentations will begin at 9:30 a.m. and end between 11:00 a.m. and
There will be a 20 minute intermission with free doughnuts and juice.
Florida State University Physics Department (main
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