Joel Sander, assistant professor of physics, University of South Dakota, will present "Shedding Light on Dark Matter Using Cryogenic Detectors."
Andrew Stollenwerk, assistant professor of physics, will present a research talk titled, "Achieving Charge Injection into Finite Layered Materials."
Dmitry Rychkov, Institute of Physics & Astronomy, University of Potsdam, Germany, will present a research talk titled, "Electrets and related phenomena: Current research by the Applied Condensed Matter Physics Group University of Potsdam"
Rui He, assistant professor of Physics, will present a research talk titled, "Raman Spectroscopy of Few-Layer Graphene and Topological Insulator Nanoplates"
Pavel Lukashev, assistant professor of physics, will present a research talk titled "Spin Filter Tunneling: Overview and Application."
Come enjoy food and yard games with the UNI Physics Club and department faculty.
Mark A. McDermott, Classroom Connections, ACT, Inc., Iowa City, will present "Science Education Journey from ACT to ACT."
Dr. Peter Behroozi, Giacconi Postdortoral Fellow, Space Telescop Science Institute will present, "From the First to the Last: The Entire Star Formation History of the Universe."
What is it? A camp where students will build and study the physics of a life-size Mario Kart: a go kart that uses a real Wii remote to control just about everything.
What will you learn? Students will learn about Physical Computing – the use of computers (in this case an Arduino microprocessor and Motion Capture Video) to interact with the physical world. Programming, Electronics, Engineering and Motion will all be explored.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
Ages: High School (entering 9-12 grades)