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Cameron Beetar

Fundamental Physics Track

Class of 2020


Cameron is currently doing his honors degree in physics at the University of Cape Town, having completed a triple-major in physics, mathematics and computer science. His honors thesis is on the relativistic Boltzmann equation, which he is using to try and study the thermalization of the quark-gluon plasma (QGP). He has a passion for physics that can be used to describe phenomena at all scales and plans to pursue a master’s degree and PhD in such a field. When he isn’t working on a weekly problem set, he loves hiking and rock climbing. He has even been to Nepal and summited two +6000m peaks!

Project: A Path to Higher Order Corrections for Einstein’s Equations