Since my term on the Board of Directors of the American Physical Society ends in December, I can now sign on to ‘No Fly’ in good conscience. The board required 5 to 6 in-person meetings per year, supplemented by many virtual meetings.
I look forward to generating fewer carbon emissions. I will still be flying, but less frequently and with the conscious aim of reducing emissions by combining visits.
Brad Marston joined the Brown Physics Department in 1991. A graduate of Caltech, he received his Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1989. He did postdoctoral work at Cornell University, and has been a visiting professor at MIT and ENS Lyon, a visiting associate at Caltech, and a general member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at UCSB.
Brad’s research combines theoretical and climate physics.