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Physics professor James Webb's letter to the editor, on behalf of "the original work of Fiorella Terenzi in sonification of data," was recently published in Physics Today Magazine
Friday, February 15, proved an active day for space exploration enthusiasts as both a meteor struck in Russia and an asteroid made a record-close pass to Earth.
Two graduate students have just won prizes in this year's Graduate Student Research Competition at FIU Scholarly Forum
Last week, physicists at CERN took a foray into the visual and performance arts by personifying the very particles they research. FIU Professors from the Physics department (Pete Markowitz) and Architecture Department (Xavier Cortada) collaborated on some of these amazing work.
The Bridge to Success program at FIU is providing valuable resources for first-year STEM students as they embark on their college careers. Funded by the Office of Naval Research, the program is designed for incoming engineering, computer science and physics students to collectively participate in the investigation, building and demonstration of a science and engineering project.
Florida International University, as a member of the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA) consortium, is gaining access to a new research telescope: the Johannes Kapteyn Telescope (JKT) in the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, in addition to the research telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona for more than 20 years, and another one at Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory in Chile for the past two years.
The new student observatory at FIU, the Stocker AstroScience Center, is nearing completion. The observatory, a result of private State funds, will be the premier student observatory in the State. Some of its many features will include a 24” automated telescope, a specialized control room for the SARA telescopes which will have the feel of a Starship bridge, and an entrance/exhibition hall with some unique artwork in the form of an original glass tile mosaic in the floor...
FIU physicists celebrated the news today that the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Peter W. Higgs and François Englert for their work in developing what is now known as the Higgs field.
The College of Arts & Sciences offered a sneak peek at the Stocker AstroScience Center this week, an on-campus observatory that has been nearly two decades in the making.