University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy
Yangmu Li
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Yangmu Li is a graduate student in Martin Greven’s high-transition-temperature superconductor research lab. Li manages two lab rooms and leads a subgroup that focuses on electron-doped copper oxide (cuprate) superconductors. The cuprate superconductors are ceramic materials mainly made up of copper-oxygen layers with other chemical elements forming charge reservoirs in between. By adding extra electrons/holes into the materials through chemical manipulations, novel physics properties, such as unconventional superconductivity and charge/spin modulations, emerge in these materials.

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2017 Fellowship Winners

From Left to Right: Argha Banerjee, D'ann Barker, Peter Grul, Allison Kennedy, Kyle Greene, Evan Tyler, Yuting Wang, Samuel Ducatman and Mengxing Ye

Chun Chen and Caner Unal won the 2017 Aneesur Rahman Award. Hannah Rogers won the 2017 Robert E. Greiling Jr. Fellowship for her research in Cosmic Rays. Mengxing Ye won The 2017 Robert E. Greiling J. Fellowship for her research in condensed matter theory. More »

2017 Scholarship Winners

From L. to R. Ryan Schmitz, Ryan Vogt, Ryan Quinn, Aaron Hamann, Alex Igl, Molly Andersen, Aaron Breidenbach, Elena Hafner, Lukas Wiedman, Jesse Grindstaff, Vikram Nagarajan, Adam Hines, Irene Moskowitz, Pedro Angulo-Umana, Kendra Bergstedt, Chiou Ya

The 2017 Undergraduate Scholarships were distributed at the last colloquium of the semester. Arora Arpit and Adam Hines received the Laverne and Ted Jones Scholarship for Undergraduate Astrophysics. Irene Moskowitz, Katherine Chworowsky, and Alex Igl received the 2017 Hazel Swanson Scholarship for Undergraduate Astrophysics.
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Pribiag receives young scientist prize

Vlad Pribiag

Professor Vlad Pribiag was named as a recipient of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics Young scientist prize in Low Temperature Physics for 2017. He will be presented with the prize at the International Low Temperature Physics Conference in Gothenburg Sweden this August. More »

Physics students visit 3M

3M visit

Seventeen graduate and undergraduate physics students visited the 3M corporate campus this spring. Trip co-organizer Professor Shaul Hanany says that the students visited the 3M Innovation Center and toured four research labs. More »

Heller to be awarded Millikan Medal

Kenneth Heller

Professor Kenneth Heller will receive the 2017 Millikan Medal from the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT). The medal recognizes "those who have made notable and intellectually creative contributions to the teaching of physics." More »


Calendar

Monday, May 29th
Tuesday, June 6th
09:00 am:
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Friday, June 9th
Monday, June 12th
Saturday, June 24th
8:30 pm:
Universe in the Park in Nerstrand Big Woods State Park
Presentations typically run from 8:30 to 10:00 or 11:00pm, including telescope observing. This event is free and open to the public, though a vehicle permit is usually required to enter state parks.
Saturday, July 1st
8:30 pm:
Universe in the Park in William O'Brien State park
Presentations typically run from 8:30 to 10:00 or 11:00pm, including telescope observing. This event is free and open to the public, though a vehicle permit is usually required to enter state parks.
Saturday, July 8th
8:30 pm:
Universe in the Park in Afton State Park
Presentations typically run from 8:30 to 10:00 or 11:00pm, including telescope observing. This event is free and open to the public, though a vehicle permit is usually required to enter state parks.
Monday, July 10th
Friday, July 14th
3:35 pm:
Universe in the Park in Dodge Nature Center
Presentations typically run from 8:30 to 10:00 or 11:00pm, including telescope observing. This event is free and open to the public, though a vehicle permit is usually required to enter state parks.
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