Displaying items by tag: department of physics

The $20 million National Science Foundation award will help UAB and eight other Alabama-based universities build research infrastructure. UAB’s share will be about $2 million.
A UAB physics professor has received a grant to synthesize novel materials for hypersonic applications and study their response under extreme conditions.
The Refer a Future Blazer Program gives UAB employees the information needed to support an undergraduate student who may be considering UAB.
Researchers in UAB’s Departments of Physics and Biology have been awarded distinguished research grants by the National Science Foundation.
UAB’s College of Arts and Sciences was awarded two grants that will help fund its Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.
A research grant provides opportunity to develop next-generation devices with application in quantum metrology, low-energy consumption spintronics and optoelectronic applications.
Vijayan’s research will study the biodegradation of devices within the human body.
Sergey Mirov, Ph.D., lead researcher in developing and investigating tunable lasers, will be the general chair for the Optical Society’s Advanced Solid State Laser Congress.
With the funding, Da Yan, Ph.D., will study how newly emerging services are changing the way Alabamians travel every day, and Paul Baker, Ph.D., will work toward the development of an artificial vascular graft.
The Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s program in the UAB Department of Physics has been recognized as a Top 25 Best Online program by The Bachelor’s Degree Center.
A UAB postdoctoral fellow was awarded a seed grant to help further research in rapid, greener and efficient methods of synthesizing nanoparticles using dusty plasma.
UAB students are granted the opportunity to continue academic goals through NASA research programs.
Model building and analysis of optically controlled quantum computation at UAB leads to new discovery.
The goal is material that approaches a diamond in hardness and can survive extreme pressure, temperature and corrosive environments.
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