A University of Lynchburg physics professor and a student have made some incredibly precise predictions for the Tour de France this year. In the last two weeks of the race, they hope to see their predictions hold true again and again. Dr. John Eric Goff is well known for his research and writing about the […]
Tara Steiner ’15 was featured in the News & Advance for her role in the discovery of what could be “active asteroids.” Although astronomical research is usually associated with physics, rather than her environmental studies major, LC gave her the opportunity to apply her lifelong love of the stars to academics. Read the News & […]
On Thursday, OZY media published a story about Stephen Curry, “Basketball’s Ultimate Long Shot,” the Golden State Warriors point guard who received more votes for this year’s NBA All-Star Game than any other player. OZY sought out Dr. Eric Goff, a University of Lynchburg physics professor and a sports physics expert, to analyze Curry’s incredible accuracy. […]
Active asteroids like these were only identified for the first time in 2006, and it may be that Tara Steiner ’15 has discovered one or two more.
At Lynchburg College, students develop close working relationships with faculty both in the classroom and beyond. Some, like physics student Chad Hobson ’17, say that the opportunity to participate in student/faculty research is one of the most beneficial experiences during college.
Physics professor John Eric Goff’s new research on the revolutionary Brazuca soccer ball has made him one of the go-to experts with media covering soccer’s 2014 World Cup underway in Brazil.
Dr. John Eric Goff, professor of physics, with the help of Chad Hobson’17, is once again predicting the winning times for each stage of the Tour de France, which begins July 5 in Leeds, England and ends July 27 in Paris.
How can Olympic skaters and skiers do the impossible? Why do curlers sweep the ice?
Dr. John Eric Goff makes his All Things Considereddebut on NPR to explain the physics of sports.
Brian Ramsey ’15 and Dr. John Eric Goff, professor of physics, are once again predicting the winning times for each stage of the Tour de France, which begins June 29 and ends July 21.
How do physicists predict the winning times of Olympians or the Tour de France? One LC student learned this summer with Dr. Eric Goff.
Brian Ramsey ’15 worked with Dr.