CCNY PHYSICS NEWS
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High-temperature quantum anomalous Hall regime in a MnBi2Te4/Bi2Te3 superlattice, Nature Physics, August 2020
The Role of Long-Lived Excitons in the Dynamics of Strongly Coupled Molecular Polaritons, ACS Photonics, July 2020
Optically pumped spin polarization as a probe of many-body thermalization, Science Advances , May 2020
CCNY Physics Professor Michael Lubell's new book, Navigating the Maze, takes a look into the complex workings of Science Policy in the US and the World. A must read for anyone interested in learning how the big decisions that guide our national science policies are made.
Welcome back to Fall 2020!
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
4:00 p.m. (Zoom)
Speaker: Lukasz Fidkowski, "The interplay of symmetry and topology in quantum condensed matter"
In 1968, Dr. Mittleman joined the faculty as an associate professor of physics at the City College of New York. He remained at the institution for the remainder of his career, becoming a full professor in 1970 and retiring with the honor of professor emeritus in 1999. For nearly five decades Dr. Mittleman educated generations of young minds, published a book and numerous articles, as well as integral research. He was recognized by Marquis Who's Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements and leadership in science Education. Dr. Mittleman's research included Atomic, Quantum, Computational and Solid State Physics, and Optics. Dr. Marvin H. Mittleman passed away on December 29, 2019.
Congratulations to recent Physics BS grad, Alexandros Gloor on being named a CCNY 2020 Great Grad!