A team of current and former OSU researchers and students are studying the sun's emission of gamma rays and how they relate to other outbursts and the solar cycle by analyzing data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
At the recent APS (American Physical Society) March meeting in Los Angeles, California, Physics Ph.D. candidate Hiran Wijesinghe received an APS Distinguished Student award.
The photo shows the Milky Way galaxy is surrounded by a halo of stars, as simulated in this image (courtesy of Annika Peter, CCAPP).
Professor Andrew Heckler was surprised in his classroom on Friday February 16, by President Michael Drake, Provost Bruce McPheron and others from ASC, Physics and the Alumni Association to notify him that he has been selected as a recipient of the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. Pi
Professor Mohit Randeria is lead PI on a new grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) entitled: “Skyrmions in B20 and Oxide Heterostructures: A Platform for New Magnetic Memory”
Assistant Professor Comert Kural has recently been awarded a National Science Foundation’s Early CAREER Development Award for his research proposal titled “Spatiotemporal Regulation of Clathrin-mediated Endocytosis”.