Dr. Hanjie Liu and Dr. Jiqun Tu each successfully defended their dissertation.
"Measurement of F2n/F2p, and the A=3 EMC effect in deep inelastic electron scattering off tritium and helium nuclei."
Dissertation Sponsor and Research Advisor: Professor Emlyn Hughes
"Scale lattice QCD simulations towards strong and weak coupling limits."
Dissertation Sponsor and Research Advisor: Professor Bob Mawhinney
Dr. Alexander Kerelsky and Dr. Rafael Krichevsky each successfully defended his dissertation.
"Atomic scale structure of tunable flat bands, magnetic defects and heterointerfaces in 2D materials."
Dissertation Sponsor and Research Advisor: Professor Abhay Pasupathy
"Low-energy dynamics of condensed matter from the high-energy point of view."
Dissertation Sponsor and Research Advisor: Professor Alberto Nicolis
Professor Sebastian Will and Professor Ana Asenjo-Garcia together with Professor Nanfang Yu (Applied Physics) have received a $2M collaborative research grant for the project "Enhancing Quantum Coherence by Dissipation in Programmable Atomic Arrays.” The project has been awarded within the National Science Foundation’s Quantum Idea Incubator - Transformational Advances in Quantum Systems (QII-TAQS) program and is one of the first to be chosen for federal funding in quantum research since the announcement of the National Quantum Initiative Act that was signed into law last December.