When: Nov. 4th at 11 am
Moderator: Dr. Randy Tagg, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Colorado Denver
Liaisons: Toni Sauncy and William DeGraffenreid
Building off of the words from Professor Freeman Dyson, “the big challenge for physics in the next 50 years – your lifetimes – is building tools for other people to use”, this workshop will focus on connecting you with another great challenge: enabling a large portion of global human population to have a role in these revolutions and a way to gain from them. This highly interactive workshop will provide you with the skills necessary to imagine the tools and innovations of coming generations and enable discovery for those all over the world. Special focus will be given to what can be done today to imagine the future of tomorrow.