Spintronics: Ultrafast Spin Currents at Room Temperature. Dr. Thomas Gredig, CSU Long Beach. 11:00am in HSCI-105.
Interested in doing research but don't know how to get started? Attend an info session in February!
The collaboration between the Physics & Astronomy and Science Education departments has continued to garner success in credentialing multiple teachers in Physics in a single cohort.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at CSU Long Beach is saddened to share the news of the passing of one of our own, Prof. Chi-Yu Hu (Emerita 2005), also known to many as Sue.
Michael Peterson and Partnership for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) grant was featured in the 2022 issue of Quest Magazine. Dr. Peterson and his team combine materials science research with pathway to Ph.D. programs at The Ohio State University.
Student Experiments Could Lead to More Effective Preemptive Care and Treatment for Deadly Infections in Humans
CSULB Physics students in Dr. Alex Klotz's lab use Nanopore technology to examine parasite DNA to improve diagnostic tools and treatments for deadly infections in humans.
Come observe the wonders of the universe! Every Tuesday evening on the HSCI roof (weather permitting), starting February 8 with new health protocols in place to keep everyone safe.
The APS Bridge Program at CSULB empowers students of diverse backgrounds in the rigorous fields of physics. With APS Bridge support during his master's program, Daniel Diaz went on to earn a Ph.D. in particle physics while researching at the CERN laboratory in Switzerland.
There is a severe shortage of qualified science and math teachers nationwide, including physics. CSULB is credentialing and providing a pathway for existing teachers to add an authorization in physics, enabling them to teach the much-needed subject area.
With the support from a physics scholarship, Natalie was able to cut back on the number of hours she needed to work in order to focus on her studies, internship, and her involvement in the college community.
CNSM students voted this year to bestow the Mayfield Award for outstanding teaching in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics to Dr. Alex Klotz.
Dr. Thomas Gredig and Dr. Galen Pickett discuss the physics of how Santa keeps his sleigh in flight and how he manages to get to all of the world's children in one night.