See the ALPhA Laboratory Immersions wiki page for more information about these and past experiments.
The Jonathan F. Reichert Foundation has established a grant program to help purchase apparatus used in Laboratory Immersions. Limitations and exclusions apply, but generally speaking the foundation may support up to 40% of the cost of the required equipment. Preference will be given to ALPhA members in good standing. See the Reichert Foundation website for more information.
Mentors: Neil Switz and Dan Fletcher
Mentors: Declan Mulhall and David Van Baak
Immersion instruction might be available on other TeachSpin experiments at this site, such as: Fourier Methods, Diode-Laser Spectroscopy, Modern Interferometry, or Faraday Rotation/Lock-in Detection. Please inquire if you have a special interest.
Mentor: Ramón Torres-Isea
Mentor: Randolph Peterson
Mentor: Doug Harper
Mentors: Ram Rai, Jonathan Reichert, George Herold, and David Van Baak
Mentors: Eric Ayers or Daniel Borrero Echeverry
Special PICUP/ALPhA Immersion!
Learn computational modeling and experimental measurement techniques for a single experiment. Participants in this Immersion will also need to register for the PICUP Summer Faculty Development Workshop. Please contact Lowell McCann with questions about this Immersion. You can contact him at Lowell.McCann@uwrf.edu
Mentors: Gabe Spalding, Lowell McCann, or Kurt Wick and Kevin Booth
Mentor: Enrique 'Kiko' Galvez
Mentor: Eric Black
Mentor: Dennis Ugolini
Mentors: Theresa Lynn and Jason Gallicchio
Questions about ALPhA’s Laboratory Immersions Programs should be addressed to Lowell McCann by email at Lowell.McCann@uwrf.edu.
Links to ALPhA's previous Laboratory Immersion programs: