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Travel Notes: Gauthier and Greenberg to Hawaii

Thursday, August 27, 2009
The 2009 Optical Society of America Conference in Hawaii In mid-July, Professor Daniel Gauthier, chair of the Duke Physics Department, and Joel Greenberg, a fourth-year PhD graduate student, traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii, to present papers at the Optics & Photonics Congress hosted by the Optical... Read More »
Travel Notes: Electrons, Pyramids, and Camels

Travel Notes: Electrons, Pyramids, and Camels

Thursday, August 27, 2009
The quest for understanding often leads physics researchers and students to the far corners of the world. This summer, Horacio Carias, graduate student at Duke Physics, spent five weeks in Cyprus and Israel studying electron tunneling. He participated in an international symposium, spent untold... Read More »
TUNL Hosts 2009 REU Program

TUNL Hosts 2009 REU Program

Thursday, August 27, 2009
The Research Experience for Undergraduates (or REU) program at the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) is now in its tenth year of funding from the National Science Foundation. This program, lasting ten weeks, provides students with an introduction to graduate level research as they... Read More »
Finding Mach Cones in QGP

Finding Mach Cones in QGP

Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Bryon Neufeld has spent his time at Duke studying what happens when quarks and gluons scatter in heavy ion collisions. Just as particles scatter, so too must newly minted PhDs. Neufeld left Duke on August 1 to head out to Los Alamos to begin a post-doctoral fellowship in the Nuclear Theory Division... Read More »

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