We have found our new meeting location! It is the Ponderosa Fire Station training room at 17061 Rolling Creek Drive (map).
Thanks to Loyd Overcash for helping us secure the fire station! It’s just West of Interstate 45, 1 block north of FM 1960. Park to the north of the fire station – we may also use the adjoining business lot after 5:30 p.m. There is a lot of room so bring some friends! We won’t have food available at this meeting, so be sure to eat before you arrive. You may also attend the meeting via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 839 4806 7703
FYI session – 6:30pm Rob Brayton will not talk about how to use the Raspberry Pi for astronomy. Instead Aaron Clevenson will describe the various opportunities offered by the Astronomical League and the coming meteor shower.
Main presentation – 7:30pm Lisa Koerner, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Houston.
A Tour of Neutrino Physics
I grew up and attended college in Tennessee, then moved to Long Island, New York, where I got my PhD in Physics at Stony Brook University and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Brookhaven National Lab. After that, I moved to Houston in 2011, where I’m a professor in the Physics Department at University of Houston. My research is in the area of experimental particle physics, focusing on neutrinos. I’ve worked on neutrino physics projects in the US, Japan, and China, and I’m looking forward to sharing the discoveries of this field with you.