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Monday, February 23, Physics Building Room 205Atomic
Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues De Souza, Fluminense Federal University
" The combination of the polarization and spatial photonic degrees of freedom open interesting possibilities in the quantum optics and ..." More >
Tuesday, February 24, Physics Building Room 204Nuclear
Dien Nguyen, University of Virginia
" Short Range Correlations (SRCs) have been recognized as responsible for the high momentum tail of the nucleon momentum distribution. Several ..." More >
Wednesday, February 25, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Stephan Rachel, Dresden University of Technology
" The non-interacting topological insulators (TIs) have attracted great interest in the last decade. While this class of materials is today ..." More >
Wednesday, February 25, Physics Building Room 204High Energy
Reserved for Special Colloquium,
Thursday, February 26, Physics Building Room 204Condensed Matter
Brian Skinner, Argonne National Laboratory
" Moving through a densely-populated environment can be surprisingly hard, owing to the problem of congestion. Learning to deal with ..." More >
Friday, February 27, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Nathan Lundblad, Bates College
" Notions of geometry, topology, and dimensionality have directed the historical development of quantum-gas physics, as has a relentless search for ..." More >
UVa's SPS Chapter Recognized as Distinguished
For the second straight year UVa's SPS chapter has been recognized as "distinguished".   This honor is only given to the top 20% of all SPS chapters in the country.   The ... More >
Brigid McDonald
McDonald Wins APS Award
Dear Faculty and Undergraduates, Please join me to congratulate Brigid McDonald for being recognized for giving one of the three best research presentations at the APS Conference for ... More >
P.Q. Hung
I Want The ILC! by P. Q. Hung
"The ILC Blues", by P. Q. Hung and Duong Quoc Dat, is featured in the Newsletter of the Linear Collider Comunity: http://newsline.linearcollider.org/2015/01/08/the-ilc-blues/ More >
Faculty Profile:
Chris Neu. (Associate Professor). Prof. Neu's research interests focus on understanding the fundamental building blocks of the Universe. ...More >
Student Profile:
John Wood. (Graduate Student). My name is John Wood, and I conduct research for the High Energy Physics group, under the tutelage of Professor ...More >