Student-Led Tour: Physics 111 Donald A. Glaser Advanced Laboratory

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LeConte Hall, west entrance lobby

Students in Physics 111 explain how to build electrical circuits, program computers to control experiments, trap atoms at ultra-low temperatures, and use laser tweezers to measure piconewton forces. The course encourages students to apply their theoretical understanding to real-world problems and, in the process, become innovators and problem-solvers. Tours leave at 1:15 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.
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