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TALKS THIS WEEK AND NEXT 
Tuesday, February 2, Physics Building Room 204Nuclear
Doug Higinbotham, JLAB
" Recent Muonic hydrogen measurements have determined the proton's charge radius to be 0.84fm, a result systematically different from both the ..." More >
Thursday, February 4, Physics Building Room 313Condensed Matter
Marton Kanasz-Nagy, Harvard University
" Resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS) has emerged as a powerful tool for studying high-temperature superconducting materials. In the talk, I ..." More >
Friday, February 5, Physics Building Room 203Colloquium
Michael Mann, Pennsylvania State Univ.
" I will review the basic underlying science of climate and climate change, including physically-based models of Earth's climate. I will ..." More >
Friday, February 12, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Talat Rahman, University of Central Florida
" Single-layer of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) and other transition metal dichalcogenides appear to be promising materials for next ..." More >
Mitchell Scholarship Deadline Approaching
Mitchell and other Scholarships are available to support declared undergraduate physics majors in their third or fourth year of study at UVa in the ... More >
Deaver featured in Physics Focus
Deaver's seminal work with William Fairbank on magnetic flux quantization is featured in a Physics Focus: Landmarks article (Physics is an American ... More >
Sackett Viewpoint featured in Physics
Cass Sackett wrote a Viewpoint, "Cool Physics with Warm Ions", for Physics, an American Physical Society site that provides daily on-line news and ... More >
Faculty Profile:
P.Q. Hung. (Professor). Elementary particle physics has been crowned with spectacular successes in this last quarter of the past century. ...More >
Student Profile:
Tanwa Arpornthip. (Graduate Student). Atom interferometry promises great accuracy in measuring changes in atomic energy. We are focusing on two ...More >