The Physics Graduate Student Symposium (PGSS) is a weekly summer seminar series hosted by the Michigan Physics Department, showcasing the excellent research being done on campus.
PGSS provides an excellent opportunity for graduate students to share their research and to practice their presentation skills. To enhance that benefit, this website provides a means for audience members to give anonymous feedback to presenters regarding their research and their presentations.
Talks will be given each Wednesday and will be at least 30 minutes in length, though students will have 50 minutes scheduled for their presentations and questions. Lunch will be served at 11:45 and talks will begin at 12:10. Unless otherwise noted, they will be held in West Hall 340.If you have any questions or comments regarding PGSS, please feel free to contact the PGSS team via the feedback page.
Everyone is welcome! Help support great research at Michigan!The 2016 PGSS team:
- Christopher Barnes
- Benjamin Girodias
- Alexa Rakoski
- Riley Sechrist
- Michael Viray