CCNY PHYSICS NEWS
Myriam P. Sarachik, Distinguished Professor, passed away on October 7, 2021. Read a tribute by Tony Liss and Parameswaran Nair in Inference: International Review of Science. By Jonathan Friedman: Myriam P. Sarachik: Extraordinary physicist, indomitable spirit, enduring legacy
Experience in Prof. Hernan Makse's lab helps Kathryn Le of Stuyvesant High School to be named Regeneraon Science Talent Search top 300 Scholar.
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Ultra-Supercontinuum Generation and Higher Harmonic Generation from Intense Ultrafast Laser Pulses in Various States of Matter, The Supercontinuum Laser Source. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06197-4_17, Jan. 1, 2023
Raman scattering multipole moment of OAM light interaction in methanol, Frontiers in Optics + Laser Science 2022 (FIO, LS) Technical Digest Series (Optica Publishing Group, 2022, paper JTu4B, 16
Femtosecond Pump-Probe scattering from “Hot” Kerr Index of Refraction in Acetone and Methanol, Frontiers in Optics + Laser Science 2022 (FIO, LS), Technical Digest Series (Optica Publishing Group, 2022), paper FW7C.4
Room-temperature photo-chromism of silicon vacancy centers in CVD diamond, arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2022
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The Physics Department at CCNY is thrilled to offer "An Introduction to Quantum Computation" in the Spring 2023. Taught by Seth Cottrell, this is a multi-disciplinary (physics, math, computer science, electrical engineering, etc.) class which is unique in NYC. It has been designed such that the only pre-requisite is linear algebra. To make things even more exciting, we have recently built a Quantum Optics Lab for students to complement the class. Check it out here:
Physics Colloquiums occur on most Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. Talks are presented on Zoom and n person in the Marshak Science Building, room 418N. For more information, please contact Sriram Ganeshan, email@example.com
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February 8, 2023
Dr. Iva Brezinova
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Vienna University Technology (TU Wien)
Tackling time-dependent quantum many body systems with reduced density matrices
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!