ESP Biography



ARTHUR CAMPELLO, Cornell junior studying Physics and Economics




Major: Physics

College/Employer: Cornell

Year of Graduation: 2020

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am a physics and economics student interested in dynamic models that explain the workings of the world at the levels of particle interactions and human interactions. My interests and contribution foci include time series forecasting - and its applications for physics and economics, network dynamics, dark matter research, x-ray crystallography, and accelerator science



Past Classes

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Creative Projectiles: The clever ways scientists launch objects through the air in Splash Fall 2018
This course focuses on the ingenuous ways physicists and engineers devise to launch objects. In looking at these we will cover some basic physical mechanics such as momentum and energy conservation. We'll also delve into the clever electromagnetic tricks used to launch probes (rail gun mechanics). These engaging concepts require relatively little knowledge coming in and illustrate the most fundamental of physics concepts.


Markets, Money, and Labor (with apples!!) in Splash Fall 2018
This course will delve into basic supply and demand economics, explaining where prices come from, how companies compete, how people purchase goods, and even a quick mention of taxes. This course requires only a very basic understanding of math and describes important and applicable concepts through engagement (simulation of goods and services with apples and peelers).


Markets, Money, and Labor (with apples!!) in Splash Spring 18
This course will delve into basic supply and demand economics, explaining where prices come from, how companies compete, how people purchase goods, and even a quick mention of taxes. This course requires only a very basic understanding of math and describes important and applicable concepts through engagement (simulation of goods and services with apples and peelers).


Creative Projectiles: The clever ways scientists launch objects through the air in Splash Spring 18
This course focuses on the ingenuous ways physicists and engineers devise to launch objects. In looking at these we will cover some basic physical mechanics such as momentum and energy conservation. We'll also delve into the clever electromagnetic tricks used to launch probes (rail gun mechanics). These engaging concepts require relatively little knowledge coming in and illustrate the most fundamental of physics concepts.


Markets, Money, and Labor (with apples!!) in Splash Fall 17
This course will delve into basic supply and demand economics, explaining where prices come from, how companies compete, how people purchase goods, and even a quick mention of taxes. This course requires only a very basic understanding of math and describes important and applicable concepts through engagement (simulation of goods and services with apples and peelers).


Creative Projectiles: The clever ways scientists launch objects through the air in Splash Fall 17
This course focuses on the ingenuous ways physicists and engineers devise to launch objects. In looking at these we will cover some basic physical mechanics such as momentum and energy conservation. We'll also delve into the clever electromagnetic tricks used to launch probes (rail gun mechanics). These engaging concepts require relatively little knowledge coming in and illustrate the most fundamental of physics concepts.