Virtual and real labs with Daniel Erenso

Join the audience for a live webinar at 4 p.m. BST/10 a.m. CDT on 28 September 2022 with Daniel Erenso, a professor at Middle Tennessee State University, to discuss virtual and real labs

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In this webinar, we will address the need for virtual and hybrid learning labs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, providing the lab component for Introductory Physics II taught in a remote, on-ground, or a hybrid environment with little or no instructor guidance. Prof. Erenso explains this in his book Virtual and Real Labs for Introductory Physics II, published by IOP Publishing.

Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity for attendees to put their questions to the speakers.

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Daniel Erenso has been a professor of physics at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) since 2003. Interested in both theoretical and experimental physics research, he has extended his research at MTSU to experimental biophysics and quantum optics/quantum information. He has published more than 35 and presented more than 60 research works, received more than 15 recognitions/honours/awards including the MTSU, College of Basic & Applied Sciences Distinguished Research Award (2016), the Fulbright Scholar Award (2016), the MTSU, College of Basic & Applied Sciences Excellence in Teaching award (2011), Sigma Xi the Scientific Research Society Aubrey E Harvey Outstanding Graduate Research Award UA (2003), the International Center for Scientific Culture (ICSC) World Laboratory Scholarship Award (2001), and The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).

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About this ebook

Virtual and Real Labs for Introductory Physics II: Optics, modern physics, and electromagnetism provides the lab component for Introductory Physics II taught in a remote, on-ground, or a hybrid environment with little or no instructor guidance. The book offers the opportunity to realize these purposes by providing virtual and real lab components.

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Author: Daniel Erenso, Middle Tennessee State University, USA.

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