Student Work


Ishan Bhasin’26 settles into the curves of his favorite track, Lime Rock Park, edging into curves at high speed, feeling the engine’s torque.

Beloit student revs up sim competition racing team

High speed and agile thinking merge into the “learn and live” experience with a new sim racing demo on campus. First-year student Ishan Bhasin’26 invites others to get behind the wheel.

Medy Xu Shujie

Analyzing Power House Energy

Medy Xu Shujie’15 conducted a cost-benefit analysis of replacing the college’s chiller in order to save costs and improve efficiency. 

Ren Xi ’19 presenting at Student Symposium

Group Theory in Quantum Hydrogen

Ren Xi ’19 presented an honors project in physics at Student Symposium, using group theory to understand the quantum mechanics of the hydrogen atom without explicitly solving Schordinger’s equation.

Quartz Window to beam

The accelerator generates a beam

The 500 keV Van de Graaff particle accelerator generated a proton beam that was caught on video as it excited the quartz window constructed by Beloit students.

A physics student presents on smart buildings at Spring Symposium Day.

Smart Buildings Presentation at Student Symposium

Noel Jones’19 presented their research on smart buildings at the Student Symposium, combining fluid mechanics, computer-aided design, and 3-D printing.


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