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Gravitation to Levitation: Physics from Supernova to Superconductor (Session 2)

Program(s): Immersion

This course introduces students to the foundational concepts of fundamental interactions and its varied applications, such as gravity, electromagnetism, light, particle physics, and quantum mechanics. Students will see how the laws of physics are universal and how the principles of physics can help us understand a range of phenomena from black holes to biology, superconductors to supernovas. The course will be taught in an inclusive and interactive method, with an emphasis on establishing strong conceptual foundations and their application to cutting-edge research.

See sample syllabus here.

Remote or Residential

✓ Residential (On-Campus)


Course Considerations

To be successful, students must have completed calculus by the start of the course. Students who have completed pre-calculus may be interested in Gravitation to Levitation: Physics from Supernova to Superconductor (Session 1).

Discussion Intensive
Math Intensive

Course Overview

Start Date

July 10

End Date

July 26

Current Grade / Education Level

9th Grade
10th Grade
11th Grade



Class Details

Course Code

PHYS 10700 95

Class Day(s)

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri

Class Duration (CST)


3:00 P.M.


Session II

Course Length

3 weeks

HS Orientation Date

July 08
July 09

Primary Instructor

Savan Kharel

Academic Interest

Math and Computer Science
Physical Sciences (e.g., astronomy, physics)