Rutgers Day 2017 - Physics Club and Physics Department

Rutgers Day 2017 was a huge success! The Physics Department and the Physics Club thank everyone who participated and visited our booth!

Physics club member, Aissa Heath, demonstrates a device that will keep the liquid in your drink from spilling even when you spin it around in circles, all while explaining circular motion!
Physics club members Kaustubh Lad and Wander de los Santos demonstrate the conservation of angular momentum with a bicycle wheel gyroscope.
Physics club president, Alan Tsai, explains some physics concepts behind the demonstrations to a fellow Rutgers Day participant.
 
Research project ccordinator Mark deGuzman assists a participant with the gyroscope.
 
Alan Tsai, Physics club vice president Alessandra Panuccio, and physics club member James Fallon assist visitors with hands-on demos.
James and Mark sign up people for the Physics Department newsletter. Sign up here!
Alan demonstrates how to make glass become invisible in oil.
Physics club member Sharon Evangelina helps a young scientist demonstrate circular motion for her family.
Aissa explains a Van der Graaf generator and electric charge for a visitor.
Physics club members, physics students, faculty, and staff!