Each week begins on Saturday morning at 9:00 am. We begin with registration and a light breakfast and then presentations will start around 9:30 and run for approximately an hour. Activities follow from 11:00 until noon.

Sample 2018 Schedule:

January 13 - "How Can We Use Waves in Nanotechnology to Understand Crystal Structures"

January 20 - "Waves as Art: Music and Light"

January 27 - "A Microwave Power Source, An Accelerator Waveguide and Very Energetic Electromagnetic Waves: a case study research in experimental nuclear astrophysics at the Madison Accelerator Laboratory"

February 3 -"Astronomy Across the Electromagnetic Spectrum"

February 10 - "What is Gravitational Wave and Why Do We Care"

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