Matthew Dea

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The Physics of a Pole Vault

The Physics of a Pole Vault

♪♪ And there’s the new collegiate record! Mondo Duplantis! LSU’s men’s track and field star Mondo Duplantis just set a new intercollegiate record for the indoor pole vault at 19 feet 5 inches. There’s an incredible amount of physics involved in executing the pole vault, but to really be good you have to have the […]

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Inholland – Students and lecturer about Mathematical Engineering (EN)

Inholland – Students and lecturer about Mathematical Engineering (EN)

Mathematical Engineering is a combination between mathematics and IT so it is both using mathematics for IT and IT for mathematics. This programme focuses on the back-end. Making applications that are not just flashy but they are efficient and they keep working when the amount of data grows and when the amount of users grows. […]

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Economics of Education: Crash Course Economics #23

Economics of Education: Crash Course Economics #23

Adriene: Welcome to Crash Course Economics, I’m Adriene Hill Jacob: and I’m Jacob Clifford. Some of you might be watching this video in school right now, but even if you’re not, you’ve probably spent a good chunk of your life getting educated. Adriene: Nearly all countries require at least some mandatory schooling and most of […]

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Professor Leo Kadanoff, a great theoretical physicist

Professor Leo Kadanoff, a great theoretical physicist

I’ve often been asked whether if I had to do it all over again, would I be a physicist? Of course I would be a physicist, it uses my skills at mathematics, it makes contact with the world, it helps me feel that I understand how the world works. When I was about 8 years […]

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SUNY Online – Data Science and Crime Analysis

SUNY Online – Data Science and Crime Analysis

Crime scenes don’t always look like what they show in movies. Criminals use technology and data in ways that require a new workforce of educated and skilled professionals in Data Science and Crime Analysis. It’s one of the fastest growing job markets in the country. With a degree earned online from The State University of […]

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Science in the National Interest 1995 MIT Symposium Session 3/3
My Path into Physics (at MIT)
A Day in the Life: Columbia Computer Science Student
University Study with Me! A Day In The Life of a Maths Student

University Study with Me! A Day In The Life of a Maths Student

Good morning. It’s Thursday the 22nd of February and it’s the first day of the uni strikes. There’s a figure being thrown round that the average academic will lose £10,000 a year in pension pay. I don’t know how accurate that is because it’s, like, kind of everywhere and usually these kind of statistics are […]

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The Conservative Student’s Survival Guide

The Conservative Student’s Survival Guide

As a professor at a major American university, I’m well aware of higher education’s liberal bias. I also know the unique challenges that college students with conservative views face. If you are one of those students, here are seven ways you can turn those challenges into opportunities for learning and growth. 1) Face Reality The […]

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