Coding and scientific computing have become crucial tools for understanding the universe. For OSU physics Prof. Chris Orban and the STEMcoding project the goal is to create a curriculum for high school students that reflects this reality. In 2017, Prof. Orban and OSU physics alum Dr.
A new research network called LaserNetUS is being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Scarlet Laser Facility in the Department of Physics at OSU will receive $1 million to fund its part of the work. LaserNetUS will provide U.S.
More than 600 people filled 131 Hitchcock Hall to capacity last night to hear 2017 Nobel Laureate Rai Weiss from MIT present the 56th Annual Smith Lecture. Prof.
One year ago the Dark Energy Survey (DES) released the initial cosmological results from its first year of data using a combined analysis of weak gravitational lensing and the clustering of large-scale structure in the Universe.
John Beacom, College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Director of the Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics (CCAPP) has been named the second recipient of the Henry L. Cox Professor of Physics and Astronomy.
Ohio State researchers are among the scientific leaders that have just been awarded a total of $218 million in funding from the Department of Energy (DOE) in the important emerging field of Quantum Information Science (QIS). The awards were made in conjunction with the White House Summit on