Upcoming International Seminar on Gravitational Waves!
Interested in how scientists collaborate across borders? Or how STEM projects are operated on an international scale? Then check out the upcoming "Crossing Borders to Map Our Universe" seminar this March 21. Anyone can join through Zoom here: https://psu.zoom.us/j/92182953190?pwd=d1Z6QmlReWQ5SUdWanJvWllDbDZ4UT09
Penn State is delighted to serve as a site for the 2023 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics.
Penn State is delighted to serve as a site for the 2023 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics. The organizational effort is led by IGC graduate student Unnati Akhouri, together with students Šárka Blahnik and Julian Mintz under the supervision of the local organizing commitee - Prof. Doug Cowen, Prof. Sarah Shandera, Prof. Miguel Mostafá, Prof. Louis Leblond and Prof. Kirstin Purdy-Drew. The effort is backed by the Department of Physics and the Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos. The committee has also garnered local support from the Eberly College of Science, Department for Astronomy and Astrophysics, MRSEC, Centre for Excellence in Science Education and the student groups Physics and Astronomy for Women+, Society for Physics Students and Towards a More Inclusive Astronomy. The conference will the held January 20-23, 2023 at Penn State. More information about registration and application deadlines will be out soon. We look forward to hosting many accomplished guest speakers and a fantastic cohort of undergraduate physicists!
A Resounding Endorsement for Cosmic Explorer Gravitational Wave Observatory from the Astro2020 Decadal Survey
IGC member B.S. Sathyaprakash was a co-chair of the Science Team of the Gravitational Wave International Committee, charged to develop a vision for the next generation of ground-based gravitational wave detectors.
The 2022 Ashtekar Frontiers of Science Lectures in the Eberly College of Science entitled “The AI Revolution: Using Artificial Intelligence for Socially Responsible Science”
The series will consist of 6 public lectures, held on consecutive Saturdays via Zoom.