Students and Faculty Attend SPS Annual Meeting
Published on December 10, 2020
Associate professor of physics Roberto Ramos PhD and two physics students attended the annual Zone 3 Meeting of the Society of Physics Students, joining over 75 physics majors from 14 universities across the Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey region.
The 2020 annual conference was held virtually, and included a technical skills workshop, research poster presentations, a physics internship workshop, and a virtual tours of labs at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, as well as the Mt. Palomar Observatory in California.
The event also featured a keynote presentation by Delilah Gates of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics entitled"Are We Seeing Black Holes".
The afternoon-long conference was organized by NJIT Society of Physics Students with the help of Dr. Ramos, who serves as the Zone 3 Councilor for the NJ-PA-DE region.