CCNY PHYSICS NEWS
Myriam P. Sarachik, Distinguished Professor, passed away on October 7, 2021.
CCNY CCNY Physics Club (Society of Physics Students) Receives Blake Lilly Prize in recognition of their excellent outreach efforts. Physics club recognized as outstanding chapter for third year in a row
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2d N = (0, 1) Gauge Theories and Spin(7) Orientifolds, arXiv:2110.03696v1 [hep-th] 7 Oct 2021
Investigation of photon emitters in Ce-implanted hexagonal boron nitride, Optical Materials Express, Vol. 11, Issue 10 pp. 3478-3485 (2021)
Systemic Consequences of Disorder in Magnetically Self-Organized Topological MnBi2Te4/(Bi2Te3)n Superlattices, arXiv:2109.00044 [cond-mat.mtrl-sci], September 2021
Nonlocal topological insulators: Deterministic aperiodic arrays supporting localized topological states protected by nonlocal symmetries, PNAS August 24, 2021 118 (34) e2100691118
Purcell Effect of Plasmonic Surface Lattice Resonances and Its Influence on Energy Transfer, ACS Photonics, DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.1c00616, August 2021
For earlier publications please see Physics News, Publications Archive.
Physics talks are presented on Zoom. For more information, please contact Assistant Professor Sriram Ganeshan, email@example.com For future events ....
October 27, 2021 4:00 pm - 5:00 PM
Elmore Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
The National Science Foundation recently awarded the Theoretical High Energy Physics Group at CCNY a research grant of $744997 for three years.
In this research project, Professors Franco, Nair, and Polychronakos will explore two fundamental concepts. The first of these is "entanglement". This refers to the surprising correlations between measurements carried out far from each other (sometimes referred to as "quantum weirdness” or "spooky action at a distance”). The second of these is the curvature of space and time, which is the source of gravitational forces according to Einstein’s theory of gravity.
Congratulations to recent Physics BS grad, Aidan Subrahimovic on being named a CCNY 2021 Great Grad!