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Episode 006: Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek

On this episode of “Mustang Physics,” 2004 Physics Nobel Laureate and MIT Professor of Physics Frank Wilczek tells us about his deep affection for mathematics and for the mathematical beauty of nature, about the work that earned him a Nobel … Continue reading

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Episode 005: Sonifying Subatomic Physics

On this episode of “Mustang Physics,” Matt Bellis (Stanford University) discusses his spontaneous collaboration with both physicists and non-physicists that has turned particle collision data into music with the goal of giving new communities an experience with physics data. “Mustang … Continue reading

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Episode 004: Reforming Physics Education (Part 2)

From left to right: Matthew Rispoli, Steve Sekula, and Michael Schatz On this episode of “Mustang Physics,” we resume our conversation with special guest Prof. Michael Schatz (Georgia Institute of Technology), who spoke with us about physics education and efforts … Continue reading

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Episode 003: Reforming Physics Education (Part 1)

On this episode of “Mustang Physics,” we discuss secret planes and the importance of good mentors. We also welcome our special guest, Prof. Michael Schatz (Georgia Institute of Technology), who spoke with us about physics education and efforts to alter … Continue reading

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Episode 002: 36 milli-Hubble-barn’s a pound the world around

Hosts: Professor Stephen Sekula and SMU undergraduate Vladimir Jovanovic. Listen now! Mustang Physics, December 2010 We discuss Vladimir’s interest in the interface of psychology and computer science and welcome our special guests, Dr. Aidan Randle-Conde (Southern Methodist University) and Dr. … Continue reading

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Episode 001: Through a Cosmic Lens Darkly

Hosts: Professor Stephen Sekula and SMU undergraduate Jason South. Listen now! Mustang Physics, November 2010 We discuss Jason’s work with the top quark, and welcome our special guest Professor Marusa Bradac (University of California-Davis) for a discussion of dark matter, … Continue reading

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