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Recent News Around the Department

Improved Method for Isotope Enrichment Could Secure a Vital Global Commodity

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have devised a new method for enriching a group of the world’s most expensive chemical commodities, stable isotopes, which are vital to medical imaging and nuclear power, as reported this week in the journal <i>Nature Physics.</i> For many isotopes, the new method is cheaper than existing methods. For others, it is more environmentally friendly. […]

Demkov receives Leadership Award from American Vacuum Society

ICES Professor and Professor of Physics Alex Demkov has received the Recognition for Excellence in Leadership Award from the American Vacuum Society to honor his work in research and mentoring. […]

Physics Student Awarded APS Scholarship

Our student Kendall Cole has been awarded the 2013–2014 APS Scholarship for Minority Undergraduate Physics Majors. This important award honors Kendall’s achievements and brings luster to the Department. Congratulations to Kendall! […]

Gerald Hoffmann Wins Thornberry Professorship

It is a pleasure to report that Jerry Hoffmann as been appointed to the Thornberry Professorship. This Professorship is intended to enhance the educational experience of the best engineering students; it is awarded every two years, alternately to Physics and Math faculty. In this case the award recognizes Prof. Hoffmann’s exceptionally fine teaching, over many years, of our engineering service courses. […]

Physics Professor and Student Win Award for Research Excellence

It is a pleasure to report that Vernita Gordon and her undergraduate student Nalin Ratnayeke have won the Robert S. Hyer Research Award for excellence in research. This important TSAPS award is described at <a href="http://www.aps.org/units/tsaps/awards/hyer/">http://www.aps.org/units/tsaps/awards/hyer/</a>. […]

September 22 16:00 RLM 9.222
Jet Production and Modification in pp, pA and AA collisions
September 23 14:00 RLM 7.104
Revisiting soliton contributions to perturbative amplitudes
September 23 17:00 RLM 7.104
The Alice Experiment at the LHC -- A Little Big Bang!
September 24 12:00 RLM 8.136
Topics of interest to physicists and mathematicians
September 24 16:15 The John A. Wheeler Lecture Hall (RLM 4.102)
The Question of Mass in Newton's Law of Gravity
September 25 12:30 RLM 9.222
Members of the Theory Group discuss their work
September 25 12:30 RLM 11.204
Nanoscale magnetic imaging at ambient conditions using a scanning nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond
September 26 12:00 WAG 316
An Alternative Agenda for Philosophy of Science
September 26 16:00 RLM 5.104
Topological phases in transition metal oxides
September 29 13:00 RLM 11.204
Rheology of suspensions and emulsions
September 30 09:30 RLM 13.202
Microwave Impedance Microscope Study of Two Dimensional Material Electrical Properties
September 30 17:00 RLM 7.104
Understanding the Higgs Boson with the Large Hadron Collider!
October 1 16:15 The John A. Wheeler Lecture Hall (RLM 4.102)
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October 1 16:15 The John A. Wheeler Lecture Hall (RLM 4.102)
Excited Masses: Adventures in Public Outreach
October 8 16:15 The John A. Wheeler Lecture Hall (RLM 4.102)
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