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Semiconducting Single Atom Chains: A New Research Frontier
Researchers in the departments of physics and electrical engineering are collaborating in creation of atomically narrow one-dimensional wires, called "single atom dhains."
Using the Natural Motion of 2D Materials to Create a New Source of Clean Energy
The research of Paul Thibado, professor of physics, provides strong evidence that the motion of two-dimensional materials could be used as a source of clean, limitless energy.
From Social Networks to Gene Networks: a Lecture on Unified View of Network Science
Dan Larremore's research sheds light on diverse networks. He will talk about his research at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, in PHYS 133.
Physics Colloquium Today on Spectroscopy for the Masses of Carbon Atoms
The Department of Physics presents its Physics Colloquium, titled "Spectroscopy for the Masses – of Carbon Atoms," by Eric J. Heller of Harvard University from 4-5 p.m. today in PHYS 133.
Physics Colloquium Today on Photon Localization in Disordered Media
The Department of Physics presents "Photon Localization in Disordered Media" by Andrey Chabanov from 4-5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, in PHYS 133.
Physicists' Work Deepens Understanding of Antipolar Cation Motions
The study, by physics graduate student Kinnary Patel, research professor Sergey Prosandeev and Distinguished Professor Laurent Bellaiche, was published in August in the journal npj Computational Materials.
Physics Lecture Today on Layered Ferroics
Michael A. McGuire of the Materials Science and Technology Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will talk about layered ferroics at 4 p.m. today, Friday, Oct. 27, in PHYS 133.
Physics Lecture Today on Novel Applications of Ferroelectrics
The Department of Physics presents its Physics Colloquium, titled "Novel Applications of Ferroelectrics: Towards Artificial Synapses and Energy Storage," by Bin Xu on Friday, Oct. 20.
Physicists' Research Sheds Light on Overlooked Aspect of Ferroelectric Materials
Researchers at the University of Arkansas investigating critical properties of ferroelectric thin films have shed light on an overlooked phase of the material.
Lecture Today on If There Are Two Forms of Liquid Water
The Department of Physics presents its Physics Colloquium, titled "Are There Two Forms of Liquid Water?" to be given by H. Eugene Stanley, professor of physics at Boston University Friday, Oct. 13.