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On University day, our own Andrew Stickel will receive the University wide Herbert F. Frolander Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant! University Day is Monday, September 19th and there will be an awards ceremony at the LaSells Center. Andrew recently defended his dissertation “Terahertz Induced Non-linear Electron Dynamics in Nanoantenna Coated Semiconductors at the Sub-picosecond… Continue reading
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Prof. Bo Sun’s work on intercellular communication has appeared in PNAS and is featured in the College of Science’s Impact magazine. Click on the title below to see the full article. Oregon State Physicist discovers a new process of intercellular communication
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We just heard that Corinne Manogue is the APS Woman of the Month August 2016 Woman of the Month:Corinne Manogue, Oregon State University Corinne Manogue obtained her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1984. She studied black holes with Denis Sciama and field theory in curved spacetime with Bryce DeWitt,… Continue reading
Please welcome Mateus Fernandes Carneiro who has joined the Schellman neutrino group as a postdoctoral scholar. Mateus just completed his dissertation “Measurement of Muon Neutrino Quasi-Elastic Scattering on a Hydrocarbon Target at Enu of 6 GeV” at the Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas using the MINERvA neutrino detector at Fermilab. He will be working with… Continue reading
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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