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Vlad Pribiag

Pribiag receives Sloan Fellowship

Professor Vladimir Pribiag has been selected as a 2017 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in Physics. Pribiag is one of only 23 physicists to receive the fellowship this year. Pribiag's research focuses on electronic transport in low-dimensional materials. More »

Albert Einstein at his desk

Colloquium to Examine Einstein's Politics

Robert Schulmann, independent scholar and former Director of The Einstein Papers Project will deliver a colloquium "Albert Einstein Political Consistency in Volatile Times" at 3:35 p.m. on Friday, February 25 in 275 Nicholson Hall. Schulmann's talk will discuss Einstein's consistent politics throughout his life with highlights on aspects that have particular significance in the current political climate. More »

Rajdeep Chatterjee (center) accepts an award from the CMS experiment

Chaterjee wins CMS Award

Dr. Rajdeep Chatterjee,Researcher at the School, was given an award for outstanding young scientists who have made significant contributions to the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment. More »

SPS Student at an outreach event

Local SPS named outstanding chapter

The School of Physics and Astronomy's Society of Physics Students was named an outstanding chapter for the year 2015. "SPS has continuously worked hard to provide opportunities for our members to thrive both in academic as well as social pursuits," said Chapter President, Levi Walls. More »

Claudia Scarlata

Scarlata named to NASA COPAG Executive Committee

Professor Claudia Scarlata was selected to be on the Executive Committee of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Cosmic Origins Program Analysis Group (COPAG). COPAG is the analysis arm of NASA's Cosmic Origins Program. More »

Yong-Zhong Qian

Researchers propose low-mass supernova triggered formation of our solar system

A research team led by Professor Yong-Zhong Qian uses new models and evidence from meteorites to show that a low-mass supernova triggered the formation of our solar system. More »

Priscilla Cushman

Cushman elected Vice-Chair of DPF; plans to improve funding success for young physicists

Professor Priscilla Cushman was elected Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee of the American Physical Society (APS) Division of Particles and Fields (DPF). The DPF is one of fifteen divisions within the APS focused on specialized research areas and includes scientists who study fundamental particles and fields, the design and development of accelerators and instrumentation techniques to carry out this research. Cushman plans to use her term to start a campaign of public and political visibility, including the creation of a policy track to improve career options for graduate students. More »

Center for Quantum Materials faculty Andrey Chubukov, Martin Greven, Bharat Jalan, Rafael Fernandes, and Chris Leighton

Chubukov, Fernandes and Greven given grant to form research center

Three faculty members in the School are part of a $2.6 million grant over the next three years from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Basic Energy Sciences. The new Center for Quantum Materials brings together an interdisciplinary research team of Professors Andrey Chubakov, Rafael Fernandes and Martin Greven from the School and Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science professors Bharat Jalan and Chris Leighton. More »

Natalia Perkins

Perkins named APS Fellow

Professor Natalia Perkins was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society for "theoretical studies of the low-energy behavior of strongly correlated electron systems that exhibit an interplay of orbital and spin degrees of freedom."

Clement Pryke

Pryke named APS Fellow

Professor Clement Pryke was named a Fellow of the American Physics Society for "groundbreaking measurement and data analyses of the polarization of cosmic microwave background radiation, and for using the data to provide strong constraints on the composition and initial conditions of the early universe." More »

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