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The University of Arizona
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Pima Community College







Activities

  • Creating a research environment to foster study within the scope of the SASTPC structure.
  • Participating in current research into all aspects of modern mathematical models of time and their applications to physics and cosmology.
  • Develop a web based forum for the publication of research, preprints, transcripts of seminars and other information.
  • Establishing the Joint UA/PCC SASTPC Seminar Series with invited distinguished guest speakers.
  • Establishing the Joint UA/PCC SASTPC Discussion Series based upon topics presented through the Seminar Series.
  • Offering specialized graduate and undergraduate courses and individual studies in mathematics, mathematical physics, physics, gravitational and particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology through the University of Arizona and Pima Community College.
  • SASTPC actively seeks support for research, research assistants, post doctoral fellowships, and sponsorship of scientific conferences.
If you are a student and would like to participate in certain activities, please visit our Student information page.

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Courses taught - SASTPC sponsored

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Individual Studies

With Dr. William Tifft, Steward Observatory, Univ of Arizona


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Conferences

The SASTPC is particularly interested in conferences related to the nature of time, various quantum phenomena, and key aspects of cosmological modeling, especially those which examine and contrast classical and alternative viewpoints.

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Seminar Records - SASTPC Sponsored

Most seminars are intended for popular through intermediate level audiences. Subjects include reviews of basic areas of advanced physics including aspects of relativity, quantum physics, string theory and high energy physics. Other seminars may review current areas of astrophysical research. One function of the seminar series is to examine controversial and new approaches to problems, to define and discuss the limits of known physics, and to examine some of the problems facing present day standard models. One area of particular interest involves discussions relating to the nature of time


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