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Physics Club

The Physics Club

Our Physics Club is a venue for students to interact outside of class and share their experience on classes, professors, in house research and summer REU programs and careers. The club meets for pizza parties, rocket launches, etc and is also active in department events like colloquiums and holiday pot-luck. Interested students should contact one of the officers below, or just wander into the grad room and proclaim your interest to people you see writing bras and kets on the whiteboards.

Club members at Griffith Observatory

 

Events

Check out highlights of our recent activities under Student Spotlight.

See Calendar for more details and previous events.

 

Faculty Sponsor

Dr Geoffrey Lovelace

 

Society of Physics Students (SPS)

Fullerton Chapter 0810 SPS National

Membership Requirements

Annual $20 national dues (6-8 weeks to become effective)

Membership benefits

  • Physics Today (monthly)
  • The SPS Observer (quarterly)
  • Journal of Undergraduate Research in Physics (online)
  • Career Placement Services
  • Eligibility for SPS scholarships, internships, research & travel
  • Grants, fellowships and other awards
  • SPS Travel Awards
  • Information and announcements about regional, national and international SPS meetings
  • Information and announcements about SPS research sessions at professional society meetings
  • Free membership with one AIP Member Society for undergraduates only for up to three years
    • The American Physical Society (APS)
    • Optical Society of America (OSA)
    • Acoustical Society of America (ASA)
    • The Society of Rheology (SoR)
    • American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)
    • American Crystallographic Association (ACA)
    • American Astronomical Society (AAS)
    • American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
    • AVS – The Science and Technology Society
    • American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Fun With Physics

Laser listening device developed by Jay Saldana, Kyle Shigekuni and Al Tapia as a Phys 482 experiment.

Seniors Chris Johnstone and Wyatt Kiedrowski video the time evolution of Fabry-Pérot modes they created in their Phys 482 experiment.

Masters candidate Thomas Abbott gets comfortable with the conservation of angular momentum on a swivel chair with a spinning weighted bicycle wheel.

Hooking up some tunes.

"Beach Beast" kinetic walker.