Undergraduate Research Symposium 2015, Rapid Prototyping Musical Instruments, Daniel Montez
Undergraduate Research Symposium 2015, Atomic Clocks, Michael Miranda
New Business Card thanks to Ruifeng Peter Xie! March 2015
Venturewell Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 2015
Engineering Majors Fair, 2015
Steve Narf (UW Physics Lecture Demos) demonstrating Makerbot, American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Summer meeting 2014, Minneapolis
From: Dane Morgan <email@example.com> Subject: Looking for student for Atom Touch Molecular Dynamics Educational Tool Date: July 31, 2014 at 11:56:35 AM CDT
- I am involved with a number of others (David Gagnon, Anne-Lynn Gillian-Daniel, Ben Taylor, Izabela Szlufarska, JR Schmidt) in a MRSEC funded project to develop Atom Touch, a transformative interactive educational tool to teach K-12 students about atomic structure, thermodynamics, and kinetics. Atom Touch is a real-time molecular dynamics simulation that allows students to interact with the evolving system through touch screens, available for tablet, phone, and web platforms. Our recent working version is here if you want to get the idea, although please remember this is very much still under development:
We are now looking for a student to help develop further the molecular simulation parts of Atom Touch. Work would consist of developments such as implementing new potentials, pair distribution function analysis, identifying phase transitions, etc.. The ideal student would have skills in molecular simulation, molecular dynamics, programming, and a strong interest in education. However, we would welcome anyone who is really enthusiastic and thinks they could be successful in this work. We presently have funds for a semester, perhaps a full year, and would be interested in exploring part- or full-time options. If you know of anyone who might be interested please encourage them to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and please feel free to share this email with anyone who might be interested.
Warm Regards, Dane
Letters and Sciences Board of Visitors, Wisconsin Institute of Discovery, 2014
April 10 2014: Undergraduate Symposium (see https://ugradsymposium.wisc.edu/)
Utilizing 3D Printing for Recycling William Milner Session 2, 2:-3:15, Northwoods A
The Foucault Pendulum: A Demonstration of the Earth’s Rotation, Joseph Sterle, Session 2, 2:-3:15, Scholars
Troy Project, Bia Yang Wang and Anna Christenson, Sessions 3 :3:30-4:45, Landmark A
Making Receipt Reduction at University of Wisconsin–Madison a Reality, Rachel Feil, Kyla Kaplan Sessions 3 :3:30-4:45, Traditions
Hivemind, Tenzin Wangden, Poster 230, Sessions 3 :3:30-4:45, Varsity Hall
2 April 2014 Office of Quality Improvement Showcase 2014 (see http://quality.wisc.edu/showcase.htm)
Showcase 2014 Poster by Receipt Reduction Project
7 Mar 2014 Five Garage Physics projects will present at the 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium Thursday 10 April 2014, http://www.learning.wisc.edu/ugsymposium/
5 Mar 2014 Garage Physics featured in magazine Wisconsin Engineer http://wisconsinengineer.com/magazine/816/832/
1 Mar 2014 WARF Ambassador & Graduate Student, Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison uses Garage 3d-printer in Hackathon.
"We thought an interesting idea would be to set up a network/marketplace of 3d printers in town and see if we could make a system were individuals who wanted to get relatively large orders of 3d printed parts could upload that order and get a quote for it, the order having been parsed out to numerous 3d printers in town.
We made this system to solve the problem of a friend who owns a small business centered around a 3d printer: how do you fulfill a large order (100's-1000's) that is either relatively too small for the expense of injection molding or cannot be made by conventional manufacturing techniques because of the materials geometry. We decided that leveraging the latent capacity of unused 3d printers in the area might be a way. We did a test run of the system by activating several printers on our 'network' to print out a large order of custom bracelets ("UW Hackathon!" on each), this included the one in the physics garage."
Tyler Graf presents poster at UW Madison Sustainability Forum 2014 http://sustainability.wisc.edu/sustainability-forum-2014-overview/
Garage participates in 2014 Madison Startup Fair. Students presented a poster at this event designed as an opportunity to mingle with local startup companies and campus entrepreneurs.
Garage participates in 2013 Energy Hub Conference http://www.uwehub.org/
ECE379 Living Pantry and Grey Water projects presented their prototypes and posters at the 6 Dec 2013 Energy Hub conference.
Garage participates in the Wisconsin Science Festival Oct 2013
Announcement: The project Sustainability supports ECE 379 – WI Make Sustainability, a pilot interdisciplinary makerspace centered class on sustainability using Garage Physics (Fall 2013) by Prof. Duncan Carlsmith (email@example.com), Prof. Erica Halverson ( firstname.lastname@example.org), Prof. Giri Ventkataramanan, email@example.com) Contact Prof. Giri Ventkataramanan to enroll.
Teaching and Learning Symposium 2013, Anna Christenson presenting
Check out the Undergraduate Research Symposium http://www.learning.wisc.edu/ugsymposium/prepare.html
New class offered in entrepreneurship for non-business majors
A Garage Physics poster will be presented at the 2013 Teaching & Learning Symposium (http://www.learning.wisc.edu/tlsymposium). The formal poster session will take place Thursday, May 23rd from 8:30-9:30 in Varsity Hall at Union South. The poster session will continue, informally, during breaks until the symposium adjourns at 12:30 pm.
Congratulations to Anna for being awarded a 2013 Wisconsin Space Grant connected to the Troy project. -duncan
Thanks to Anna and Bai for preparation of the Showcase poster and to all who staffed the poster. -duncan
Garage Physics poster at UW's innovation Showcase 2013, 20 March, Memorial Union - http://quality.wisc.edu/showcase.htm
A7 Garage Physics: A Space for the Hands-On Physicist Department of Physics A safe environment for undergraduates to experiment, explore, and create; aimed at the curious, entrepreneur, scientific mind. https:// www.physics.wisc.edu/garage/FrontPage, firstname.lastname@example.org Duncan Carlsmith, email@example.com Anna Christenson, firstname.lastname@example.org Bai Wang, email@example.com Brett Unks, firstname.lastname@example.org
"At an Annual Tech Show, It’s Hardware’s Turn in the Spotlight "