Tutor of the Week: Meet Will

Will, a University of British Columbia grad with a degree in Astronomy, has been working as a tutor for six years. When he’s not tutoring, Will spends his time working on an experiment that studies ultra-cold atoms and molecules using a bunch of lasers to cool them down, an experiment that will help him receive a PhD in Physics. And when he says “cool them down,” he means cooling atoms down to less than one Kelvin unit, approximately -273 degrees Celsius! Oh, that’s not all. After the atoms are cooled, he uses more lasers to study how the atoms and molecules interact. I think its safe to say, Will is your guy if you’re looking for help in Physics.

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