Frontiers in Science

Frontiers in Science is a scientist speaker series exploring the new discoveries at the interface of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics and engineering. These seminars introduce audiences from all disciplines and academic levels to the intrigue and fun of scholarly pursuits in the natural and physical science disciplines.

The one-hour seminars are free and open to the public.

FIS is supported by CSUSM Department of Physics, Associated Students, Inc. and the Office of Graduate Students & Research.

October 1:  "Astrobiological Implications of Stable Isotope Evidence for the Conditions of Formation for Secondary Copper Carbonates and Copper Nitrates."  Dr. Erick Melchiorre, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, CSU San Bernardino.

October 15:  "Star Formation in Interacting Galaxies: A Love Story".  Dr. Jorge Moreno, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Cal Poly Pomona.

October 29:  "Large-scale vortex dynamics: from the lab to the Atlantic Ocean and Jupiter".  Dr. Michael Burin, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, CSUSM.

November 12: "Line Up: The Mathematics of Queueing Theory".  Dr. Amber Puha, Professor, Department of Mathematics, CSUSM.

Contact Frontiers in Science

Gerardo Dominguez, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Applied Physics
(760) 750-8261