Stephen Sekula email@example.com
Dallas, TX, USA
Husband; Associate Professor of Physics; I teach at SMU in Dallas, TX; I study the Higgs Particle with the ATLAS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN; writer and blogger; drummer; programmer; teacher; scientist; traveler; runner; gardener; open-source aficionado.
2021-09-16T12:51:05Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom mohanagrawaal on Twitter: summary of today's cosmology lecture by @Katelinsaurus 😂 https://twitter.com/mohanagrawaal/status/1438227858510471173/photo/1
2021-09-16T12:41:10Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUEconDept on Twitter: For just a moment, all was right in the world again as the department and PhD students came together to enjoy some sun, coffee, breakfast, and conversation. https://twitter.com/SMUEconDept/status/1438238790636609537/photo/1
2021-09-16T12:41:08Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUEconDept on Twitter: For just a moment, all was right in the world again as the department and PhD students came together to enjoy some sun, coffee, breakfast, and conversation. https://twitter.com/SMUEconDept/status/1438238790636609537/photo/1
2021-09-16T12:41:07Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUEconDept on Twitter: For just a moment, all was right in the world again as the department and PhD students came together to enjoy some sun, coffee, breakfast, and conversation. https://twitter.com/SMUEconDept/status/1438238790636609537/photo/1
2021-09-16T12:41:05Z via NavierStokes To: Public
End of Summer, 2021
2021-09-12T15:01:08Z via NavierStokes To: Public"End of Summer, 2021" I’ve gone silent in this blog. Take it as a sign of everything else that has been going on. Writing in this blog is the first thing to be sacrificed when life intervenes. It’s been many months since I wrote here. Truth be told, I think I need to write something here now. Blogging can … Continue reading "End of Summer, 2021" https://steve.cooleysekula.net/blog/2021/09/12/end-of-summer-2021/ ( Feed URL: http://steve.cooleysekula.net/blog/rss2.xml )
2021-09-11T01:31:00Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUPhysics on Twitter: In today's Friday newsletter, we meet more new members of the SMU Physics community, look ahead to the next Department Speaker Series event, and remind about the importance of mental health. https://blog.smu.edu/smuphysics/2021/09/10/physics-department-friday-newsletter-for-september-10-2021/ https://twitter.com/SMUPhysics/status/1436466548508696601/photo/1
2021-09-10T23:21:06Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom brkthroughprize on Twitter: The 2022 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics goes to Hidetoshi Katori and Jun Ye for producing quantum clocks so accurate they would lose less than a second in 15 billion years, with broad science applications. @NIST @CUBoulder @RIKEN_JP @UTokyo_News https://breakthroughprize.org/News/65 https://twitter.com/brkthroughprize/status/1435944461377360207/video/1
2021-09-10T23:21:05Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom Belkin_Gallery on Twitter: The Belkin opens Drift: Art and Dark Matter this Thursday at 6 pm with a conversation between artists Denise Ferreira da Silva and Jol Thoms. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited due to COVID-19 safety protocols. To ensure a spot, please RSVP to be… https://twitter.com/Belkin_Gallery/status/1435708318014713860/photo/1
2021-09-07T13:20:57Z via NavierStokes To: PublicParticipating in the virtual AI4EIC-Exp workshop. I really miss being in-person for these events. Grateful to be able to participate at all, but looking forward to being back together with colleagues again. Maybe next year. https://twitter.com/drsekula/status/1435229626771648515/photo/1
2021-09-07T11:21:23Z via NavierStokes To: Public“You’ve got (too much) mail: Here’s how to get your inbox under control” https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/email-management-tips-productivity/2021/08/27/36d80376-0692-11ec-8c3f-3526f81b233b_story.html
2021-09-05T15:10:48Z via NavierStokes To: PublicAnother good run this morning, on a day when the heat index has eased up a bit during the morning. Very lucky to be able to go a few miles and burn off some more stress.
2021-09-04T22:57:35Z via The Hub Web To: Public CC: FollowersThis was a very stressful week. I was grateful to be able to take a run this morning. I was also grateful that, given the last month, I've maintained my weight. Less to claw back from.
2021-08-30T12:20:54Z via NavierStokes To: PublicThe Dallas Morning News - LEGISLATURE ’21: Dueling bills filed in school mask fight https://edition.pagesuite.com/popovers/dynamic_article_popover.aspx?artguid=936ec3c7-558c-4ddc-a027-5d16a1030705
2021-08-28T14:00:56Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUDedman on Twitter: SMU biological sciences professor Robert Harrod was featured on KERA this morning. ⬇️ Researchers at SMU Discover More Effective Treatment Options For Cervical Cancer https://www.keranews.org/health-wellness/2021-08-26/researchers-at-smu-discover-more-effective-treatment-options-for-cervical-cancer
2021-08-27T21:40:58Z via NavierStokes To: PublicFrom SMUPhysics on Twitter: Welcome back, Mustangs! In this first Fall 2021 edition of the Friday Newsletter, we celebrate a summer of achievement; look to the restart our speaker series; and showcase student excellence! https://blog.smu.edu/smuphysics/2021/08/27/physics-department-friday-newsletter-for-august-27-2021/ https://twitter.com/SMUPhysics/status/1431361385502412801/photo/1
2021-08-27T12:11:28Z via NavierStokes To: Public“Vaccine conspiracy theorists become even more desperate after full FDA authorization” That is the horror of a conspiracy theory: it is a living mass of all possible logical fallacies, incapable of being reasoned out of existence. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/08/26/vaccine-conspiracy-theorists-become-even-more-desperate-after-full-fda-authorization/
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