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Atomic, Molecular, & Optical High Energy Nuclear & Particle Condensed Matter

Monday, September 26, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204Atomic
John Burke, Air Force Research Lab
"This seminar will present an optical atomic clock based on a two-photon transition at 778 nm in rubidium that could be made small and robust enough ..." More >
Friday, September 30, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Samir Mathur, Ohio State
"Some 40 years ago Hawking found a remarkable contradiction: if we accept the standard behavior of gravity in regions of low curvature, then the ..." More >
Wednesday, October 5, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204High Energy
Mirjam Cvetic, University of Pennsylvania
"We review the thermodynamic properties of general asymptotically flat black holes in four dimensions, suggestive of a dual conformal field theory ..." More >
Thursday, October 6, 11:00 AM, Physics Building Room 313Condensed Matter
Yoshitomo Kamiya, RIKEN
"Geometric frustration in Mott insulators permits perturbative electron fluctuations controlled by local spin configurations [1]. An equilateral ..." More >
Cates' Group Develops Novel Imaging Technique
From UVAToday: A unique new imaging method, called "polarized nuclear imaging" - combining powerful aspects of both magnetic resonance ... More >
Chakdar Wins UVa Wide Postdoctoral Poster Competition
Shreyashi Chakdar has been awarded the First Place and the Audience Choice awards for the poster presentations in the "Physical Science ... More >
NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave
NOvA issued a press release and announced new results on the disappearance of muon neutrinos at the 38th International Conference on High Energy ... More >
Faculty Profile:
Jeffrey Teo. (Assistant Professor). A central theme of condensed matter physics is the study of systems with ...More >
Student Profile:
Brian Richards. (Graduate Student). My current project entails controlling the separation of Rubidium atoms in a magneto-optical trap (MOT) by ...More >