If you didn’t get a chance to attend this year’s Physics Slam, never fear. It’s now available on the Fermilab YouTube channel.
Presented by the Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series, the Physics Slam is a friendly competition between five contestants who each get 10 minutes to present their topic in the most interesting way possible. Champion is decided by audience vote.
This year’s slammers were Fernanda Psihas, “Failure in physics”; Valerie Higgins, “Time-traveling through physics history”; Joe DalSanto, “How big is the universe?”; Eduard Pozdeyev, “PIP-II and the future of high-energy physics”; Pedro Machado, “The life of the neutrino”.
View the video to learn who earned the title of slam champion.