Edit: per rob's comment, I've started a Physics Chat room for this purpose here: https://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/137879/binomials! I am an undergraduate physics major.
To clarify, I am not referring to a study group for doing homework. I am envisioning a study group for the sake of learning.
Is there a group of interested and motivated students who frequently discuss physics associated with Physics Stack Exchange? If not, would anyone like to start one with me?
I am thinking about a group of students (beyond introductory physics) who self-study or learn via other methods who would benefit from discussing questions or concepts more fluidly, i.e., in conversations or chats. For example, someone I talk to frequently is self-studying Quantum Mechanics from Griffiths over the summer and we discuss problems and concepts from that book (@relativisticcucumber). Likewise, I am working through some sections of Jackson E&M and discuss with her.
I feel like I miss out on the opportunity to work with other interested students due to the nature of my university's size and emphasis (on not physics). It seems Physics Stack Exchange would have a greater concentration of the described students.