September 12, 2022

The program is intended to support high-risk and potentially high-return small-scale experimental projects aimed at new ambitious discoveries beyond the current frontier of fundamental physics. "Small-scale" refers to table-top size experiments or to ones that could fit in a typical university physics research lab.

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September 14  | 12:15pm
Join this week's IPAC Seminar: "The DSA-2000 in the Era of Astronomical Surveys" with Casey Law.
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September 16  | 12pm
Join this week's IQIM Seminar: "Distributed Quantum Error Correction for Chip-Level Catastrophic Errors" with Rodney Van Meter.
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NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR), led by Caltech and managed by JPL, turned 10 years old in June. This space telescope detects high-energy X-ray light and studies some of the most energetic objects and processes in the universe. The mission’s principal investigator is Fiona Harrison, the Harold A. Rosen Professor of Physics and the Kent and Joyce Kresa Leadership Chair of the Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy at Caltech.

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The Caltech Planet Finder Academy debuted with a weeklong session in July and will continue over eight Saturdays during the school year. Program participants will tour Caltech laboratories and local observatories, receive counseling on college applications and admissions processes, and apply the skills they're learning to help scientists search for exoplanets.

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