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Honors Thesis defense: The Multidimensional Cut-Off Technique in Calculating the Casimir Force

April 29 @ 2:00 pm

Courtney Drew, Supervised by Dr. Adery, Department of Physics In 1948, Dutch physicist Hendrik Casimir predicted what became known as the Casimir effect. A typical example of the Casimir effect consists of the attractive force between two parallel neutral conductive plates. In order to calculate such forces, infinite sums must be considered. One approach to … Continue reading Honors Thesis defense: The Multidimensional Cut-Off Technique in Calculating the Casimir Force

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