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Former Visiting Assistant Professor Petersen Awarded Zimanyi Medal

Former Visiting Assistant Professor Petersen Awarded Zimanyi Medal

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Former Visiting Assistant Professor Hannah Petersen was awarded the 2018 Zimanyi Medal for her pioneering development of an event by event hybrid approach for high energy heavy ion collisions. The award was presented to Dr. Petersen at the Quark Matter 2018 conference in Venice, Italy.... Read More »
Graduate Students Xu and Ke Presented Posters at QM2018

Graduate Students Xu and Ke Presented Posters at QM2018

Monday, May 21, 2018
Earlier this month, QCD group graduate students Yingru Xu and Weiyao Ke traveled to Venice, Italy to present posters on heavy Quark transport and transport coefficients presented at the Quark Matter 2018 conference. See Prof. Steffen Bass' original Tweet here.
Grad Student Islam Recognized with Springer Thesis Prize

Grad Student Islam Recognized with Springer Thesis Prize

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Duke Physics graduate student Nurul Taimur Islam, who completed his Ph.D. with Prof. Daniel J. Gauthier, was recognized with the Springer thesis prize. Nominated and endorsed by two experts in the field, each year Springer publishes a series of theses in recognition of outstanding research and... Read More »
Diploma Ceremony 2018

Diploma Ceremony 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
The Department of Physics held its 2018 Diploma Ceremony on Sunday, May 13th at the LSRC's Love Auditorium and Hall of Science. Family, friends, and faculty gathered to honor five majors in Biophysics, eleven majors in Physics, two minors in Physics, one Masters degree, and fifteen Doctors of... Read More »
2018 Physics Diploma Ceremony to be Recorded and Live Streamed

2018 Physics Diploma Ceremony to be Recorded and Live Streamed

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
The 2018 diploma ceremony will be recorded and live streamed here. Feel free to share the link with any friends and family who cannot make it to the event. In order to view the recording live in real time, place the link in your browser and refresh at 12:00pm on Sunday, May 13th.
Profs. Schmidt and Scholberg Awarded Distinguished Professorships

Profs. Schmidt and Scholberg Awarded Distinguished Professorships

Friday, May 4, 2018
Two members of Duke Physics' faculty were awarded distinguished professorships on May 2nd at the annual University Distinguished Professors dinner: Christoph Schmidt, Hertha Sponer Professor of Physics, effective July 1, 2018 Kate Scholberg, Arts & Sciences Professor of Physics,... Read More »
2018 Undergraduate Poster Session

2018 Undergraduate Poster Session

Thursday, April 26, 2018
The Duke Physics Department held the 2018 Undergraduate Poster Session on Wednesday, April 23. It was well attended and provided students a platform to share their research and practice their public speaking skills. First place prize went to Jane Park, second place to Kya Sorli, and third place to... Read More »
2018 Daphne Chang Memorial Award

2018 Daphne Chang Memorial Award

Thursday, April 26, 2018
The 2018 Daphne Chang Memorial Award was presented to senior Jane Park on April 24th at the annual Undergraduate Poster Session. Jane's research with advisor Prof. Sara Haravifard focuses on Synthesis, Characterization, and Inelastic Neutron Scattering Studies of... Read More »
Alum Miller Recipient of 2018 NSF Graduate Research and Ford Fellowships

Alum Miller Recipient of 2018 NSF Graduate Research and Ford Fellowships

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Alum Katrina Miller (Physics, 2016) is a recipient of a 2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the Ford Fellowship. Miller was an undergraduate in Prof. Phil Barbeau's group before being accepted to the graduate school at the University of Chicago in the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics... Read More »
Prof. Brown Leads Initiative Using Spectator Qubits to Improve Quantum Computation

Prof. Brown Leads Initiative Using Spectator Qubits to Improve Quantum Computation

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Prof. Kenneth Brown (Electrical and Computer Engineerin, Physics, and Chemistry) is leading a joint U.S. and Australia Multi-University Research Initiative (MURI) looking at using spectator qubits to improve quantum computation in four physical platforms: ion traps, ... Read More »

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