Prof. Chiara Mingarelli awarded NSF grant

Chiara Mingarelli, Assistant Professor of Physics at UConn, is the lead researcher on a $650,000 Collaborative Research Grant from the National Science Foundation, half of which is earmarked for UConn, to conduct an experiment to prove the existence of supermassive black hole binaries. This grant will combine, for the first time, traditional astronomy with gravitational […]

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A Physics Ph.D. Student’s Step-By-Step Journey to Storrs and Distant Galaxies

UConn Physics graduate student Mohammed (Mo) Akhshik works on data gathered using the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and has led to exciting discoveries, some while he served as the science Principle Investigator of the REQUIEM HST program from which he is co-author on two publications, one in Nature and one in Nature Astronomy. Akhshik is also […]

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Dear Friends of UConn Physics

As we approach the beginning of the 2021-22 school year, UConn is set for having classes in person again, students on campus, and our first taste of somewhat normal university life in a year and a half. Students, faculty, and staff are all required to be vaccinated, masks are required indoors, classrooms will be fully […]

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Physics alumnus Prof. Douglas Goodman and Professor Emeritus Winthrop Smith Featured in Online Peer Review Journal

Prof. Emeritus Winthrop Smith and former student Prof. Douglas Goodman (Quinnipiac University) Edit Special Issue of Open Access Journal Atoms, on Low Energy Interactions between Ions and Ultracold Atoms  The Special Issue of the online journal Atoms is a collection of current peer-reviewed articles by experts in the field of ultracold collisions and reactions involving […]

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  1. Dr. Yong Zhao, Argonne National Laboratory , Dr. Yong Zhao, Argonne National Laboratory , "Precision calculation of the x-dependence of PDFs from lattice QCD", Particle, Astrophysics, And Nuclear Physics Seminar2:00pm 10/18
  2. CANCELLED, Dr. Steve Mirmina, NASA (UConn Physics Colloquium), CANCELLED Dr. Steve Mirmina, NASA (UConn Physics Colloquium) CANCELLED, Dr. Steve Mirmina, NASA (UConn Physics Colloquium), CANCELLED Dr. Steve Mirmina, NASA (UConn Physics Colloquium)3:30pm 10/15
  3. Prof. Cara Battersby, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Prof. Cara Battersby, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, "Our Galaxy's Center: a Window into the High-Redshift Universe", Graduate Student Seminar12:15pm 10/15
  4. Dr. Erez Michaely, UCLA, Dr. Erez Michaely, UCLA, "Collisional Dynamics in the Field: Ultra-Wide BH Systems as Sources of GW Signals ", Astronomy Seminar2:00pm 10/13
  5. Prof. Dan Milisavljevic, Purdue  University, Prof. Dan Milisavljevic, Purdue University, "Multi-messenger Autopsies of Stellar Death", UConn Physics Colloquium3:30pm 10/8
  6. Prof. Menka Jain, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Prof. Menka Jain, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, "Functional and Multiferroic Materials", Graduate Student Seminar12:15pm 10/8
  7. Danya Alboslani: Danya Alboslani: "Working with World Wide Telescope" , Astronomy Seminar2:00pm 10/6
  8. Prof. Chris Faesi, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Prof. Chris Faesi, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, "The Cycle of Gas and Stars in Galaxies", Graduate Student Seminar12:15pm 10/1
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