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TALKS THIS WEEK AND NEXT 
Tuesday, January 17, 11:00 AM, Physics Building Room 313Condensed Matter
Mohammed Ali Rajabpour, Fluminense Federal University
"I will first introduce formation probability as a quantity which can determine the universality class of a quantum critical system. In other words, ..." More >
Wednesday, January 18, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Ilias Cholis, Johns Hopkins University
"The nature of dark matter is one of the most longstanding and puzzling questions in physics. With cosmological measurements we have been able to ..." More >
Wednesday, January 18, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204High Energy
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Thursday, January 19, 11:00 AM, Physics Building Room 204Condensed Matter
Gabor Halasz, KITP
"We propose that resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) is an effective probe to detect spin-liquid character in potential material incarnations ..." More >
Liuti to serve on Physical Review C Editorial Board
Prof. Simonetta Liuti is nominated to serve on the Physical Review C Editorial Board for a three years term beginning on January 2017. ... More >
UVa's SPS Chapter Recognized as Outstanding
UVa's SPS chapter has been named a 2015-16 SPS Outstanding Chapter.   This honor is only given to the top 10% of all SPS chapters in the ... More >
’Hoo You Gonna Call
UVa Physics alumnus (graduate and undergraduate) James Maxwell played an important technical role in the recent Ghostbusters movie.  His research apparatus ... More >
Faculty Profile:
Eugene Kolomeisky. (Associate Professor). My current research effort consists of trying to understand static and dynamic properties of low-dimensional ...More >
Student Profile:
Brian Richards. (Graduate Student). My current project entails controlling the separation of Rubidium atoms in a magneto-optical trap (MOT) by ...More >