It is our pleasure to host Dr. Dipti, an atomic physicist from the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna Austria. She will be presenting a public lecture titled, “Spectroscopy: From Femtometer to Cosmic Scales”. Spectroscopy is the study of photons at different wavelengths that enables us to determine the temperature and composition of matter. In this talk, she will discuss the importance of spectroscopy for modern technology such as fusion reactors and how spectroscopy enables us to study everything from sub-atomic physics to galaxies surrounding supermassive black holes – the most massive and energetic objects in the universe. The talk will be held Wednesday, March 29th on Clemson University’s campus in Humanities Hall (G66) at 7pm. We look forward to seeing you there for what promises to be a very exciting presentation!