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Physnic 2009

PHYSNIC
     [fiz-nik] -noun
     1. an annual Physics Department excursion involving Panera Bread
     2. Saturday, September 26, 2009 12:30pm
Location: 
38th & Lafayette Ave
Date of Event: 
Sat, 09/26/2009 - 12:30
Contact info: 
Anya Burkart, Physics Club President

Welcome Incoming Freshmen

 If you are in the honors program or are planning to major in physics or one of the physical sciences (such as chemistry), we recommend that you enroll in PHY 211 General Physics (any section) and PHY 191 Frontiers in Physics. Please see the for more information.

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Physics Seminar 04-24-2009

Study of Solar Cells and Their Capabilities

Joseph Brewer

Location: 
Hixson Lied G59
Date of Event: 
Fri, 04/24/2009 - 17:30
Contact info: 
Dr. Patricia Soto

Habitat for Humanity

What: Habitat for Humanity Outreach
Who: Physics Club
When: Saturday April 25 8:15am - noon
Location: 
Deglman Circle
Date of Event: 
Sat, 04/25/2009 - 13:15
Contact info: 
Anya Burkart

Physics Seminar 04-03-09

A Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Spectral Study of Quasar Outflows

by Allison Showalter

  and

Digital Holographic Microscopy

by Semere Woldemariam

 

Everyone is Invited!

Location: 
Hixson Lied G59
Date of Event: 
Fri, 04/03/2009 - 15:30
Contact info: 
Dr. Patricia Soto

Field Day Champions

This year we had a great turn out with 15 teams fielded from Gross Catholic, Papillion, Abraham Lincoln, Mount Michael, St. Albert, Central Academy and Burke High School.  Teams competed in seven events: Death Star Laser Aiming, Boat Building, Chalk Talk (Space physics portrayed in film), Quiz Bowl, Circuit Building, and Toothpick Bridge Building (The complete program can be found here.

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Physics Seminar 03-18-2009

 The Effect of a Late Decaying Scalar field on Neutralino Relic Density

by Stephanie Schuk
 

Simulating Ionizing Radiation on Tissue

by Matt Bassett, Joseph Butterworth, and Robert Thomen

 

Location: 
Hixson Lied G59
Date of Event: 
Fri, 03/20/2009 - 22:30
Contact info: 
Dr. Patricia Soto

Creighton's Crop Array

Northwest detector site.

Northeast detector site.

Content Destination: 

Cooperation with West Douglas County Schools

John Niemoth and the students at Waterloo High School have participated in the CROP program from its beginning in 2000. Waterloo High School is now part of the West Douglas County Schools.

The West Douglas County Schools array is housed on the roof of the former Waterloo High school. Nikki Baker graduated in June of 2005. John brought a new team for 2005-2006 to the 2005 CROP workshop.

 

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Cooperation with Mt. Michael

Fr. Liebl and the students at Mt. Micheal have participated in the CROP program from its beginning in 2000. The Mt. Micheal array is housed in the attic at Mt. Michael. Students do experiments between taking data runs on incoming cosmic rays.

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