Due Week 14 Fri. Feb. 3 by 5 pm to Krishna’s office (Lab 2 3255)
Address relevant material from discussion, lab, and reading from Weeks 11, 12, and 13; you may include material from Week 14 as you choose
Tell stories (either new ones or expand your previous stories) that combine words, graphs, pictures, and/or equations to:
a)demonstrate connections between what you have learned about physics through discussions, observations, and reading (make sure to address lecture/seminar, lab, pre-class assignments, and reading)
b) show your changed understanding of the natural and/or human-constructed worlds
c) describe your surprise with the story that Kumar (and/or Frayn) is telling.
Week 12 Wed. Jan. 18 in lab Week 13 Tue. Jan. 24 by 1 pm in class
Address relevant material from discussion, lab, and reading from Week 11
Tell stories combining words, graphs, pictures, and equations that address some or all of the following:
a) What is the most useful connection you have made between what you have read/researched, what we have discussed in class, and what you have observed in lab or lecture?
b) What is the most important way in which your understanding of the connection between science and society (consider society as broadly as you like, including culture, history, relationships, power, etc.) has changed?
c) What is the most interesting thing you have learned about the nature of the physical world?
d) What has surprised you most so far about the story Kumar is telling?
Due Week 11 Thu. Jan. 12 by 1 pm in class
Briefly address the following questions:
a) What did you know about quantum physics before reading Quantum? What has surprised you most so far about the story Kumar is telling?
b) What are you excited or anxious about for your work in any aspects of our program?