Berkeley Physics Responds to COVID-19
Berkeley Physics offers the following information and articles in response to the complex challenges of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 situation is continuing to cause many changes on campus. This FAQ page has live updates for students regarding registration and classes, advising, and other important information.
These Arduino kits, used to build circuits for the course, allowed students to continue their hands-on learning at home to complement their online instruction during the COVID-19 situation.
Berkeley physicists explain how new tools are helping to monitor a large underground experiment during COVID-19.
Data science is used in physics-based approach to understanding the spread of COVID-19.
A series of live, online events featuring faculty experts from across the UC Berkeley campus who are sharing what they know, and what they are learning about the pandemic. New events are being added regularly. If you miss the live presentations, everything is being recorded and made available for viewing at any time on the Berkeley Conversations website. The May 13 discussion, Creating informed responses: Berkeley's computing and data science in action is hosted by Physics Professor and Nobel Prize winner Saul Perlmutter.
Collaborative work connects researchers in Asia, Europe, and the U.S.
Marjorie Shapiro, Berkeley Physics professor and faculty senior scientist at LBNL talks about participating in large international physics collaborations during the pandemic.