College of Liberal Arts

University of Mississippi

Gallery of Photos from LIGO Workshop

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Laser Interferometry-02
UM physicist James Reidy (at board) explains laser intereferometers to LIGO e-lab workshop participants. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications
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Laser Interferometry-03
UM physicist Marco Cavaglia (far right) answers questions about interferometers from Bob Langley (left) and Denise Byrd of Louisville. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications
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Laser Interferometry-04
Bob Langley and Denise Byrd of Louisville discuss how to use the laser in their model interferometer. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications
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Laser Interferometry-06
High school physics teachers Darla Nash of Corinth (center) and Dennis Reed of Columbus (right) collaborate on getting a laser beam channeled into the reflective glass in a miniature interferometer. With their laser focused, Darla Nash and Dennis Reed observe how its beams of light diverge in different directions upon mirrors in the interferometer model. Five high school physics instructors attended a two-day professional development workshop on using e-labs and laser interferometers. The event was hosted by the University of Mississippi Department of Physics and Astronomy. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications
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Laser Alignment
High school physics teachers Darla Nash of Corinth (center) and Dennis Reed of Columbus (right) collaborate on getting a laser beam channeled into the reflective glass in a miniature interferometer. Five high school physics instructors attended a two-day professional development workshop on using e-labs and laser interferometers. The event was hosted by the University of Mississippi Department of Physics and Astronomy. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications