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High School Students ‘Adopt’ OHIO Physicists and Alumni

Dr. Gabriela Popa

“My name is Alena and I am in your adopted physics class. Most of the things in your profile description I didn’t understand very well, but I wanted to ask, how do you deform a nucleus and how would you study such a thing? Also, how do you use physics […]

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March 6, 2019 at 3:24 pmAlumni News

OHIO Physicists Offer New Method for Understanding Nuclei

Ohio University physics doctoral student Matthew Burrows

One of the central challenges of nuclear physics is to understand the structure of the atom’s nucleus and nuclear forces. Nuclear physicists for decades have sought ways to accurately compute the scattering of a proton or neutron from the nuclei, but lacked access to a sophisticated description of the nuclear […]

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March 6, 2018 at 1:05 pmResearch

Physics & Astronomy Undergraduates Take Honors at Research Expo

Physics & Astronomy Undergraduates Take Honors at Research Expo

The Ohio University Student Research and Creative Activity Expo is an opportunity each year for Physics & Astronomy students to present scientific information in a format that is often used at international scientific conferences. A panel of  faculty members in the sciences serve as  judges determines the winning posters. This […]

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April 21, 2017 at 8:37 pmNews

Post-Secondary Student Gains Research Experience in Physics

Frazier Baker, while a student at Ohio University Zanesville, shows his work to his mentor, Dr. Gabriela Popa, assistant professor of physics at the Zanesville campus.

By Chris Shaw From Compass Dr. Gabriela Popa, Assistant Professor of Physics at the Ohio University Zanesville campus. encourages her students to take the classroom experience and build on the knowledge gained through research opportunities at the students’ comfort level. Frazier Baker, a 2014 Tri-Valley High School graduate under the […]

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September 25, 2014 at 9:51 amNews