Saturday Physics Series


The Saturday Physics Series consists of five to six scheduled talks. At each talk, adults and high school students meet a University of Colorado professor and learn about his/her research. Talks usually last about one hour. Material is presented at the level of high school juniors and seniors. The series is free, open to the public, and no reservations are required. Simply show up and enjoy the show!

For more information—or to request a 2014 - 2015 poster—please contact Veronica Lingo.

This project received funding from the CU Outreach Committee.

2014 - 2015 Season

All Lectures are held at 2 p.m. in Duane Physics Room G1B30.




Oct 18

“Introduction to Quantum Computation and Quantum Information”

Professor Charles Rogers
Condensed Matter Physics

Nov 8

“How to Hold Many Universes in Your Hand (Sorta)”

Professor Kyle McElroy
Condensed Matter Physics
Jan 17

“Neutrinos: Ghosts of the Subatomic Universe”

Professor Alysia Marino
High Energy Physics
Feb 21

“The Science of Musical Sound”

Professor Scott Parker
Plasma Physics
March 14

"Light Unchained: Virtual Photons Made Real"

Professor Markus Raschke
Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics
Apr 25

“Quantum Fuzziness and Quantum Certainty”

Professor James Thompson
Precision Measurement and Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics