Applying strong magnetic fields to matter can give rise to new and often unexpected phenomena. This is particularly true at very low temperatures, where the quantum nature of the particles in a material becomes important and in the presence of strong interactions between the particles.
The department of Physics is proud to announce the most recent winners of the Bunny and Thomas Clark Graduate Scholarship.
Shirley Li, recent PhD graduate advised by John Beacom and Shaun Hampton current student advised by Samir Mathur are the newest awardees.
This week a workshop of CCAPP and DES (Dark Energy Survey) collaborators are meeting at OSU to discuss furthere development, large scale production and future projects of the DES.
The Daily Post of the College of Arts and Sciences once again is featuring Physics. This time it is highlighting the wonderful gifts of James L.