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The Spectrometer has been operating from the Oort cloud for the past few months, hence some delays in the signal reaching you. A big event Spring quarter was Janet Tate’s masterful Gilfillan Lecture, “It’s a Materials World” on May 9th. If you ever wanted to know what goes on in her lab, this is the… Continue reading
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On the moderately cold, crisp night of June 28th the Department of Physics hosted OSUs First Astronomy Open House. The event, set up by graduate students Tyler Parsotan and Atul Chhotray, gave over a hundred children and adults alike an opportunity to experience physics and astronomy. Attendees were able to experience what happens to… Continue reading
Prof. Yun-Shik Lee’s group has their most recent paper featured as an editor’s pick in Applied Physics Letters. Link to Paper Link to the Editors Picks
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Congratulations to a physics major Alexander Quinn who received an Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship and Creativity (URISC) Award for Fall/Winter 2016-2017 sponsored by the OSU Research Office. Alex (pictured while performing experiments) will work with Prof. Oksana Ostroverkhova on a project titled Investigating Xylindein, a Fungus-Derived Pigment, as a Candidate for use in Sustainable Optoelectronic… Continue reading
Scott Clark, B.S. 2008, was named one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in 2016: http://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-2016/enterprise-tech/#559be7755023 https://www.linkedin.com/in/sc932 After graduating from OSU (where he earned 3 BS degrees in Physics, Math, and Computational Physics), Scott went on to a Ph.D. in Mathematics at Cornell, worked for Yelp, and then started his own company called SigOpt. Thanks to… Continue reading
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