Displaying items by tag: department of physics

The goal is material that approaches a diamond in hardness and can survive extreme pressure, temperature and corrosive environments.
Ilias Perakis commissioned an image to convey his terahertz-driven superconductivity.
Researchers will look at the resistance of hybrid perovskite as a new material to be used in space exploration equipment.
Theoretical and computational physicists at UAB helped identify a new state of matter to impact quantum computing, information storage and communication. 
Researchers at UAB will investigate atomic beryllium as a new candidate to develop a next generation atomic clock and produce an ultracold neutral plasma for novel low-temperature plasma physics investigations.
Can genetic code help build next-generation solar cells and shrink our devices? Physicist Krishen Appavoo aims to find out with a new NSF grant.
Physics students will be selected to study laser-induced plasma as full-time research interns because of recent seed grant from the National Science Foundation.
Understanding the physics of superconductors starts with understanding and manipulating their physical makeup to more efficiently conduct energy.
Two new studies will have an intriguing mix of catalysts, “tunable” chemical bonds, supercomputers and ultrafast lasers.
Graduate student expands knowledge of beamlines within physics through 20th National School on Neutron and X-ray Scattering.
UAB Physics researcher continues to identify inexpensive ways to laser print with small functional devices.
Students from underrepresented groups and from schools with limited research opportunities get stipends and do hands-on research in high-risk, high-reward projects.
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