Two physicists talk about whatever interests them that week, and every now and then, something smart comes out. https://linktr.ee/Eigenbros
Eigenbros ep 156 - LAST EPISODE??!
Is this the last episode of the eigenbros??! Juan and Terence discuss the future of the channel and how the content will be changing over the next few months.
Eigenbros ep 155 - Talking Bio (w/ Jackson)
Juan, Terence, and Jackson reunite with marine biologist Jackson. They discuss several concepts related to biology
Eigenbros ep 154 - Creating the Warp Drive w/ Dr. Harold "Sonny" White
Juan and Terence invite guest Harold Sonny White who is responsible for writing the paper on the Alcubierre White warp drive. The Alcubierre metric was made practical by Sonny White after modifying the ship geometry into a torus. This reduced the required energy to bend spacetime by several orders of magnitude bringing this theoretical novelty closer to reality.
Eigenbros ep 153 - Survivng the Job Market (STEM)
Juan & Terence discuss what the STEM job market is like and some of the things to look out for when applying for jobs.
Eigenbros ep 152 - Solvay Conference
Juan & Terence discuss the arguably most important physics conference ever held. The fifth Solvay conference of 1927 had some of the heaviest hitters in physics at the time. Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr, Erwin Schrodinger, Paul Dirac, Werner Heisenberg, Madame Curie, and many more
Eigenbros ep 151 - Computational Physics
This week the eigenbros discuss computational physics and what it entails with regards to subject material. They discuss different models including the Monte Carlo Method and Lagrange Interpolation.
These guys demystify some cool ‘big’ ideas without talking down to their audience or shying away from hairier, higher order concepts altogether. Makes things feel accessible while acknowledging that certain subjects are beyond the scope of ‘simplification’ and they strike a nice balance.
Yeah yeah yeah
Love the podcast but Juan saying yeah yeah yeah not stop about drives me up the wall. Please stop. One yes is plenty.
Keep up the good work.