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TALKS THIS WEEK AND NEXT 
Monday, September 26, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204Atomic
John Burke, Air Force Research Lab
"This seminar will present an optical atomic clock based on a two-photon transition at 778 nm in rubidium that could be made small and robust enough ..." More >
Friday, September 30, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204Colloquium
Samir Mathir, Ohio State
"Some 40 years ago Hawking found a remarkable contradiction: if we accept the standard behavior of gravity in regions of low curvature, then the ..." More >
Wednesday, October 5, 3:30 PM, Physics Building Room 204High Energy
Mirjam Cvetic, University of Pennsylvania
Thursday, October 6, 11:00 AM, Physics Building Room 313Condensed Matter
Yoshitomo Kamiya, RIKEN
"Geometric frustration in Mott insulators permits perturbative electron fluctuations controlled by local spin configurations [1]. An equilateral ..." More >
Chakdar Wins UVa Wide Postdoctoral Poster Competition
Shreyashi Chakdar has been awarded the First Place and the Audience Choice awards for the poster presentations in the "Physical Science ... More >
NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave
NOvA issued a press release and announced new results on the disappearance of muon neutrinos at the 38th International Conference on High Energy ... More >
Bloomfield Explains Olympic Freestyle
UVA physics professor Lou Bloomfield explains some of the fundamental forces at work in Olympic freestyle swimming, and how swimmers can use science to get ... More >
Faculty Profile:
Blaine Norum. (Professor). Quantum Chromo-Dynamics (QCD) provides an excellent description of subnuclear phenomena at high energies. However, ...More >
Student Profile:
Brian Richards. (Graduate Student). My current project entails controlling the separation of Rubidium atoms in a magneto-optical trap (MOT) by ...More >