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UNIVERSITY PLACE

What do theoretical physicists do? - Ep. 330

  • Aired: 07/29/2009
  • 47:00
  • Rating: TV-G
Susan Coppersmith Professor - Department of Physics, UW-Madison Professor Susan Coppersmith discusses the complexity of theoretical condensed matter physics and explains the importance behind the subject. She talks about her research which looks at a variety of complex systems as well as her many roles in the Department of Physics at UW Madison.
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Professor Coppersmith talks about theoretical condensed matter physics and her research.
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