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You Know You’re In a Physics Department When… April 23, 2006

Posted by gordonwatts in physics life.
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CIMG6914Walking around the UW physics department building there are a lot of clues that you are in a physics department. But every now and then there is a special one. For example, this scrawl I saw on a chalk board in one of the hallways. The Lab View and Me boxes are feeding into a Op-Amp (amplifier) configured to add the two signals. The output is a "Yay!".😉 Lab view is a program used in many labs to run equipment and collect data, and is also taught in one of our undergraduate courses (that is a course I would really like to teach).

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1. trina - December 31, 2006

I want to know how you can see if you are one or not not what you seen I need to know what I’m looking for not you.

P.S.

Sorry I’m really streesed.


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