Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Quantum Physics With Ian McAdams

Senior physics major Ian McAdams contemplates a homework problem for his quantum physics class.  He was studying for a big exam later in the week.

McAdams laughs a little as he attempts to explain the problem he's trying to solve in the John S. Toll Physics Building.

McAdams can often be found late at night in the physics building doing his homework.  He said he prefers to have a lot of space to work out problems, and most of the classrooms are usually empty then.

McAdams takes a break from studying to pose in front of his work.  He recently applied for internships with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the Department of the Interior.

McAdams reaches to fix a mistake in his work on a lecture hall's blackboards.  He said he is most interested in doing work in gravitation theory after he graduates.

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