Category: Activities

  • 50 years later

    After MANY months of not traveling, I scheduled a meeting with Robert (Bob) M. Mazo, Professor emeritus from the University of Oregon, now living outside Philadelphia. In 1971/1972 he helped developing the key model to describe chemical reaction-diffusion systems. But, as he stated, he was “only the catalyst” and only accepted to be recognized in the acknowledgments.…

  • Outstanding SPS Chapter

    2019-2020 Physics Club awarded Outstanding SPS Chapter – 4th year in a row!

  • Physics + Math + Dentistry = Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science

    Interdisciplinary research team publishes article on geographic tongue Alumna Margaret McGuire ’20, alumnus Chase Fuller ’19, John Lindner, the Moore Professor of Astronomy at The College of Wooster, and Niklas Manz, assistant professor of physics, published a co-written article in early March titled “Geographic tongue as a reaction–diffusion system” in peer-reviewed journal Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal…

  • Silver medal in the 2020 University Physics Competition

    Wooster team earns a silver medal in the 2020 University Physics Competition

  • Physics makes reaction-diffusion waves in Physica A

    Professors and students collaborate on physics publication John Lindner, the Moore Professor of Astronomy at The College of Wooster, and Niklas Manz, assistant professor of physics, recently published an article with two Wooster undergraduates, Fish Yu ’21 and Margaret McGuire ’20, and alumnus Chase Fuller ’19, that was a result of their research in the…