Top Physics Schools in Minnesota

By | April 29, 2018

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Top Physics Schools in Minnesota

RANKING GRADUATE PHYSICS
1 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, School of Physics and Astronomy
Address: 116 Church Street SE , Minneapolis , MN 55455
Phone: (612) 624-7375
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.spa.umn.edu

Recent History of Minnesota

The rebellion was suppressed, more than three hundred participants in the uprising were convicted and sentenced to death. Most were pardoned, but thirty-eight were hanged on December 26, 1862, the largest mass execution in US history.

After the end of the Civil War, a large number of immigrants rushed to Minnesota, both from Europe (mainly from Scandinavia, and today there are a lot of people from Scandinavian countries among the population of Minnesota) and from the states of the Northeast USA.

Both agriculture and industry of the state developed rapidly. In Minnesota, timber was harvested, iron ore was mined, grain was grown, and flour was ground. The development of the economy of Minnesota was facilitated by the construction of railroads and the development of the port of Duluth on Lake Superior.

In parallel with the industrialization of the state, the urban population also grew rapidly. The “twin cities” of Minneapolis and Saint Paul became major centers of commerce, finance, and industry.

Minnesota, focused primarily on iron ore mining and heavy industry, experienced the years of the Great Depression in the United States very hard. The situation was further complicated by drought, and as a result, crop failures from 1931 to 1936. In the 1930s, many Minnesotans who lost their jobs were employed in public works, including construction of highways.

During the Second World War, ships were built in Minnesota, equipment for submarines and aircraft, and ammunition were produced. Fort Snelling during the war years was a major recruiting center through which more than three hundred thousand recruits passed. Fort Snelling also hosted a training camp where Japanese Americans were trained for intelligence work.

In the post-war decades, major changes took place in agriculture in Minnesota, more machines and equipment were used on the fields and farms of the state, new, more productive and resistant crops appeared.

In Minnesota, since the middle of the 20th century, developments have been carried out to create computer technology. As early as World War II, a group of scientists and engineers known as the Engineering Research Association (ERA) worked in St. Paul on behalf of the US Navy to decipher codes. In the late forties and early fifties, ERA was actively involved in the development of some of the first UNIVAC computers . Seymour Cray, who later founded the famous supercomputer company Cray Research, also worked at ERA.

Today, Minnesota is one of the most developed of the states of the Midwest of the USA, and the “twin cities” of Saint Paul and Minneapolis are one of the largest economic, transport and cultural centers of the region.