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Physics Department Seminar
Mr. David J. Allard, MS, CHP
Director of the Bureau of Radiation Protection PA Dept. of Environmental Protection
“X-Rays at 125 Years: The Story of a Serendipitous Discovery Through Diligent Development”
Our guest speaker next Wednesday on November 11 is the Director of the Bureau of Radiation Protection PA Dept. of Environmental Protection,
Mr. David J. Allard, MS, CHP, and he will be presenting on the discovery and development of X rays next week. This month is the 125th anniversary of their discovery by Roentgen.
It will be a little bit unusual seminar. We will start at 4 p.m. as usual to meet with the speaker for about 15-30 min during which he will introduce the main presentation and will answer any questions. After that we will have the opportunity to participate in a webinar hosted by the College of Physicians in Philly on the same day, November 11th, at 5:30pm… There is no charge, but you do have to register. The link to registration is in the attached announcement. After the talk, Mr. Allard will answer questions in a live discussion.
You are all cordially invited to both events!
The physics seminar will start at 4:00 p.m. If you join Zoom before 4 p.m., please unmute the microphone and feel free to chat with the others.
The link for the seminar is below.
Stay well and see you next week on Wednesday.
Wednesday November 11, 2020
4:00 pm via Zoom
FLYER: Physics Department Seminar 11-11-20
“Photonic Engineering Approaches for Sensing in Dynamic Environments”
This talk will be in two parts, the first of which will discuss the technologies she has had a hand in developing throughout her graduate studies and early career. Integrated photonics are uniquely suited to the rapid, highly sensitive, and densely multiplexed detection of mechanical and optical changes in dynamic environments. Specific applications discussed in this talk will include the detection of cellular forces in in vitro environments, tracking the refractive index change of aging glass, MEMs-switched LiDAR, and fiber-optic gyroscopes, as well as the use of phase change materials in reconfigurable metamaterials and neuromorphic computing. The second part of this talk will discuss her path to a career in this field and the diverse range of careers available to those pursuing a graduate degree in engineering.
Dr. Sarah Geiger
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, MA
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
ZOOM Meeting ID 978 7685 4564: https://millersville.zoom.us/j/97876854564
Seminar Poster 10-21-2020 Sarah Geiger
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