Physics Alumni Survey
Edinboro University Green Energy Week
See link below for time and location of events in the week of Nov. 30, 2009.
Green Energy Week
This talk was delivered by Daniel Sorokacs, a major in the 3/2 Cooperative Engineering program in April, 2009. The gravity lamp is a proposal by which gravitational potential energy is converted into electricity.
A second talk was delivered by Adam Lunney on the subject of Alternative Energy.
Modern Age of the Earth
The talk was delivered by Dr. Richard Lloyd on Nov. 18, 2008. The associated PowerPoint and Word documents are available to download below.
Age of the Earth: History of Methods
Isochron Radioactive Dating Method
A Nobel Prize Winner Visits
Dr. Joseph H. Taylor won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Physics with co-recipient Russell Hulse for using the observed orbital decay of binary pulsar PSR 1913 +16 to test Einstein's General Theory of Relativity with unprecedented sensitivity. While at Princeton, Dr. Jeremy Brown worked for Dr. Taylor as an Assistant Dean. Dr. Taylor attended President Brown's inauguration ceremonies on November 29 and 30, 2007. Click here for more information on Dr. Taylor's life and work.
Dr. Joseph Taylor and Dr. Jeremy Brown in the From left to right, front row: Dr. James Kirk
Physics Department at EUP. Dr. John Polo. Back row: Dr. David Giltinan
(Emeritus), Dr. Karim Hossain, Dr. Joseph
Taylor, and Dr. Richard Lloyd
Dr. Taylor consults with our physics students in the Reading Room