Three scientists working in the United States awarded Nobel Prize in Physics
The Physics Department is proud to announce that David Thouless (University of Washington) shares this year's Nobel Prize with Duncan Haldane (Princeton) and Michael Kosterlitz (Brown University) ”for theoretical discoveries of topological phase tr...
Professors Fu and Majumdar Receive $2 Million NSF EFRI Grant to Advance Secure Communicatons Research
Electrical Engineering and Physics Assistant Professors Kai-Mei Fu and Arka Majumdar received a four-year, $2 million Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their project entitled:...
From the Higgs to the Dark Unknown: the Search of the Underlying Code of Our Universe.
Joseph Incandela, UC Santa Barbara and CERN
Exploring the low mass frontier in dark matter direct detection
Tongyan Lin, University of California Berkeley
Particle Theory Seminar
"Chiral magnetic effect and anomalous transport - From real-time lattice simulations to chiral kinetic theory"
Niklas Mueller, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University
The Evolution of Massive Stars: Closing the Loop in the Local Group
Philip Massey, Lowell Observatory