Michael Adler'14, '14
Clouds arise out of nowhere and dissolve into nothingness, an intricate interaction of heat and cold, dampness and dust. Michael Adler aims to describe a portion of that dance in numbers, the sign language of physics. Adler is a senior majoring in both physics and applied/computational mathematics. An accomplished violinist, he is minoring in music, sings with the . . .
After finishing her doctoral work at the University of Utah in 1984, Diane went to a two-year post-doc position at Cal-Tech. She then went to work at the University of Texas at El Paso as an Assistant Professor. Currently, she is Professor and Director of the Kidd Memorial Seismic Observatory at the University. Her work has taken her all over the world and produced . . .
Gary Brougham is a '69 graduate in Mathematics. He began his career after graduation in the Coast and Geodetic Survey (now NOAA), and eventually made his way to the South Pole Station gathering geometric and seismic data. In 1972 he was in the South Pole alone, "a one man geophysical field team", collecting data to update navigation maps for aircraft. Later on, from late 1972-1977, . . .
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