Electrons tunnel between quantum-chaotic islands to form an ultra-quantum metal

Professors Victor Gurarie and Michael Hermele To Study Ultra-Quantum Matter in a New Simons Collaboration

May 28, 2019

Caption: Depiction of synthetic quantum matter giving rise to topological phenomena Credit: Harald Ritsch, IQOQI, University of Innsbruck Professors Michael Hermele (Left) and Victor Gurarie (Right). Physics Professors Victor Gurarie and Michael Hermele have joined the newly established Simons Collaboration on Ultra-Quantum Matter . The collaboration, led by Ashvin Vishwanath...

Murray Holland Wins 2019 Marinus Smith Award

May 2, 2019

Frances Arnold Portrait

Fifty-Third Gamow Lecture March 31, 2020 to Feature Nobel Laureate Frances Arnold

April 3, 2019

The George Gamow Memorial Committee is proud to announce that the Fifty-Third George Gamow Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Nobel Laureate Fances Arnold. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 in Macky Auditorium. Based at the California Institute of Technology, Dr. Arnold earned the 2018 Nobel...

Optical tweezers achieve new feats of capturing atoms

April 3, 2019

APS: Freezing a 2D Ion Crystal

March 27, 2019

Heather Lewandowski to be Recognized as a 2019 Recipient of the Homer L. Dodge Citation for Distinguished Service to AAPT

Oct. 9, 2018

Dan Baker wins the 2018 AGU Bowie Award

Sept. 13, 2018

Congratulations to Professor and LASP Director Dan Baker, who recently won the 2018 The American Geophysical Union (AGU) William Bowie Medal. AGU’s highest honor, the William Bowie Medal, is given annually to one honoree in recognition of “outstanding contributions for fundamental geophysics and for unselfish cooperation in research.” The William...

Newsletter Summer 2010

The Colorado Physics Newsletter provides semi-annual updates on departmental and research happenings. In this edition... Honors and Awards: 'Ultra-Fast Research Wins Top Prize", "CU-Boulder Alumni Association Honors John Cumalat", "Physics Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award" and many others. View the Newsletter

Newsletter Fall 2008

The Colorado Physics Newsletter provides semi-annual updates on departmental and research happenings. In this edition... "CU Physics’ AMO Discoveries May Save Lives" "ARPES Replaces Synchrotron in Many Studies" "Physics Research That Reaches from the Beginnings of Life to Your Laptop—Liquid Crystals" and much more. View the Newsletter

Newsletter Summer 2007

The Colorado Physics Newsletter provides semi-annual updates on departmental and research happenings. In this edition... "Awards for Educators" "Students Contribute to New Horizons Missions" "Pixel Silicon Detectors from Colorado to CERN" And much more... View the Newsletter

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