【Recording】All events were recorded. You can request the recordings using this Google Forms.
Public Lecture: Stories of Graphene and How it May Change Our Life
【Guest Speaker】Yong P. Chen, Ph.D. Princeton University
Director of Purdue Quantum Science and Engineering Institute
Karl Lark-Horovitz Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
【When】Sun 1/22/2023 1:00 PM PST
【Register】Please use this Zoom Registration link
Public Lecture: The James Webb Space Telescope
【Guest Speaker】Sam Cena, Robert Ferguson Observatory
【When】Sun 12/11/2022 4:30 PM PST
You’ll learn about the design and engineering of the most advanced space telescope ever built.
You’ll be on a journey from launch to destination and learn various aspects of the James Webb telescope and what’s so unique and special about this observatory.
What does the giant James Webb telescope see that Hubble can‘t? The invisible becomes visible.
Art of Physics Education's Physics Festival Event Series (#3):
Public lecture, “How to learn physics effectively”
【Who】6-10 graders and their parents.
【What】A public lecture by Professor Man,
【When】01/15/2022 Sat. 10:20 AM PST
【Where】Zoom. English only.
Speaker: Professor Man,
Physics Ph. D. from Princeton University
An award-winning college professor with 10+ years of experience.
Why is physics important and fun?
What can you do to make physics much easier?
Is there a shortcut for learning physics?
How is physics different and related to other subjects?
What are the common ineffective approaches that you should avoid when you learn physics?
How to build up a solid foundation in understanding physics laws as well as be prepared for physics tests?
What is inquiry-based active learning?
How can effective physics training prepare you better in many aspects outside of the field of physic?
Art of Physics Education's Physics Festival Event Series (#2):
Physics Is Everywhere Online Contest 2021
【What】A fun physics contest focusing on conceptual questions related to daily life experiences without heavy math. You are welcome to try even if you have zero background in physics.
【When】One hour of your choice in the week of 12/19-12/26
【Where】AoPE’s online learning platform. English only.
【Results】Congraulations to the winners! The full results can be found here.
Art of Physics Education's Physics Festival Event Series (#1):
Physics Behind the Drinking Turkey - Why is Physics so Fun?
【What】Magical physics experimental demonstrations
【When】11/27/2021 Sat. 4:30 PM
Public lecture, “Why and How to Learn Physics”
【When】Sat 8/15/2020 10:30 AM PT
Is physics that hard?
Is physics “talent” inborn or acquired?
In Germany and other countries, formal physics begins in the 7th grade. What did USA students miss?
Why is physics special in providing critical-thinking and problem-solving training?
How to plant the seed for the lifelong pleasure of finding things out?
What are essential to master before taking AP physics?
How is physics related to and different from math?
Why shouldn't qualitative physics study rely on and wait for math study?
How to plan for different physics study roadmaps based on different academic goals?
What is wrong with physics education in the USA?
How can we fix it for our kids?
How to learn physics effectively?
What can I offer?