Welcome to CalWeek in Berkeley Physics!
Here is a special welcome message from Physics Chair James Analytis:
Learn about Berkeley Physics in the video below:
Interested in being a Berkeley Physics Major? Join our live virtual event!
Major Information and Advising Session
Friday, April 30, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
In this session, Physics Undergraduate Advisors and students will answer your questions about the program, requirements, academic opportunities and life as an undergraduate student in Physics at Cal! Zoom link will be posted on the day of the event.
Find out more about being a Berkeley Physics major:
Wonder what it's like to be a physics major at Berkeley? Check out this Physics 5 Study Hall Video:
Check out posters from the 2021 Undergraduate Poster Session held virtually on Friday, April 9.
What do people do with a Physics major? Watch this video featuring Professor R. Ramesh on Career Paths in Physics
Watch a lecture with Professor and Dean Bob Jacobsen on Doing Science at Berkeley
What's it like to be a Ph.D. student at Berkeley Physics?
Graduate student Ashrita Mangu talks about her experience working in Professor Adrian Lee's lab. Ashrita is a collaborator at the Simons Observatory.
For All Audiences
Learn about Physics and Data Science with Professor and Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter and physics major Delila Robledo
Watch the ever-popular Fun With Physics, with Bob Jacobsen, Professor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, College of Letters & Sciences:
Get to know a few of our scientists!
Basic Research Lights the Way for Berkeley's Math & Physical Sciences features Physics Professors Barbara Jacak and Chung-Pei Ma
The Lighter Side of Dark Matter features Professor Daniel McKinsey and Assistant Professor Matt Pyle
Professor Naomi Ginsberg presents: How do hierarchical materials form, transform, and transport energy at the nanoscale?
Professor Yasunori Nomura presents: From the Black Hole Conundrum to the Structure of Quantum Gravity
Professor Wick Haxton presents: Neutrino Surprises
Celebrating diversity in physics:
These free, downloadable posters honoring influential Black physicists were created by physics major Ana Lyons
Learn about our women scientists: Celebrating 150 Years of Women at Berkeley Physics
One Woman's Journey in Physics features Professor Emeritus Mary K. Gaillard