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Graduate Admissions

Current Yale Physics graduate students speak about their experience at Yale Physics. See also the original “Student Voices” video for more information.

A welcome and introduction to Yale Physics.

Nobel Prize in Physics Lecture

John Wettlaufer, Peter Rakich, Yale University, “This Year’s Nobel Prize in Physics: the Selection and the Science”. Host: Sarah Demers, Director of Undergraduate Studies

A. Douglas Stone, Yale University, “Spooky Action at a Distance wins the Nobel Prize”. Host: Sarah Demers, Director of Undergraduate Studies

2023 Astrophysics Symposium

Elena Massara (University of Waterloo), Cosmology with Galaxy Surveys

Anowar Shajib (University of Chicago), At the intersection of Astrophysics and Cosmology: strong lensing by galaxies as a probe of the Hubble constant

Chirag Modi (Flatiron Institute), Forward Modeling approaches for Cosmological Analysis

ChangHoon Hahn (Princeton University) Probing Dark Energy and Neutrinos with 40 million Galaxies


Chiara Mingarelli, assistant professor in Physics, interviewed before her plenary talk at the American Physical Society March Meeting.

Chiara Mingarelli, “Reaching across the centuries, these seminal science books speak volumes”

At a recent “pop-up” exhibit, Yale physics students took a closer look at more than a dozen trailblazing tomes by Galileo, Newton, Kepler, and others.