Professor Ivan Schuller selected to receive the Department of Defense "National Security Science and Engineering Fellows" (NSSEFF) award.
Professor Ivan Schuller is one of 7 researchers selected to receive the Department of Defense "National Security Science and Engineering Fellows" (NSSEFF) award. He is b... Read More
Two UCSD Physics students recognized by the Association for Women in Science, San Diego Chapter
Two UCSD Physics students were recognized by the Association for Women in Science San Diego Chapter with $1000 scholarship awards: undergraduate major Erika Johannessen a... Read More
Physics Professor David Kleinfeld has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS)
The fellows and members will be inducted at the academy's annual ceremony on October 10 in Cambridge, Mass. They were nominated and elected by current members through an... Read More
Physics Professor Ivan Schuller has been appointed as a recipient of the 2015 Lise Meitner Award
He is being recognized for his contributions to physics and in particular for "For creating the field of metallic superlattices and recognizing the impact of these materi... Read More
The B-Mode Story You Haven't Heard
It's a tough time to be a B-mode.
B-modes rocketed to fame in March 2014, when a team of scientists working on an experiment called BICEP2 announced the first direct ...Read More
Researcher Mark Paddock participates in Night of Science at the Fleet Center
A UCSD physics group lead by Dr. Mark Paddock developed and supplied intriguing physics demonstrations for the "Night of Science-Back to the Fleet-ure" event hosted by ...Read More
Professor Olga Dudko co-recipient of $8.6 million NIH award
Professor Olga Dudko is a co-recipient of an $8.6 million award from the NIH to establish a Center for 4D Nucleome Research at UCSD.
The mission of the new Center is t...Read More
Multiple spots in a simulated galaxy glow brightly at submillimeter wavelengths of light
In the new issue of journal Nature, a team of scientists including Dusan Keres (Physics and CASS, UCSD) presents a new supercomputer simulation that can help expla...Read More