UAlbany physics professor Cecilia Levy weighs in on current prospects in physics
Prof. Levy shares her thoughts on where the job market for recent physics graduates is heading, as well as how young graduates entering the industry can be adequately prepared. Read the article here.
Physics Student Josh Martin Teaches Math to Millions on TikTok
Online learning may be the new normal for now and the foreseeable future. But for UAlbany junior Josh Martin, online learning is a personal passion. Martin, a physics major from Cobleskill, has been providing his own brand of online tutoring on YouTube since his freshman year. His videos have mostly consisted of mathematics topics, a core component of the physics curriculum. His channel has more than 60 thousand subscribers, a clear indication that his approach has proven beneficial for a large group of learners.
2nd Combined Symposium April 5-6, 2019
The event is scheduled in Albany, NY for Friday April 5 at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in the NFS Auditorium, and Saturday April 6 in the D’Ambra Auditorium at UAlbany. There will be a poster session during the reception at the 5:30-7:30 PM on Friday April 5 in the Atrium of the SUNY Poly ZEN building. The poster for this event can be downloaded here and if you would like to share your research findings, register by Friday March 8th here.
The World's First Quantum Computer with Herbert Fotso
Herbert Fotso is an assistant professor of physics in UAlbany's College of Arts and Sciences. His research focuses on theoretical and computational condensed matter physics. In this episode, Herbert gives insight on the global arms race in quantum computing, and where the U.S. stands in the competition to create the world's next quantum computer. The podcast and more can be found here.