Daily Domer Staff Reports | June 20, 2016
The annual Physics Olympics, hosted by the Notre Dame Physics Department and the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program returned to the Jordan Hall of Science this week. The event brings together students from Michigan State University, Purdue University, and Notre Dame, who work collaboratively to solve physics problems.
This year a total of 49 undergraduate students from Michigan State, Purdue, and Notre Dame partook in the daylong Physics Olympics. Twelve teams consisting of four students from each college competed in three events, under the watchful eyes of graduate and undergraduate Notre Dame students who acted as judges.