1. A&S Wired: Measuring Science with an iPad

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    Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was one of the initial faculty members to teach a class in A&S Wired in Fall of 2011. His class was titled Measuring Science.…

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    • Kirill Shtengle - Non-Abelian Anyons

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      University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium. A presentation on Non-Abelian Anyons by Kirill Shtengle.

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      • Dean's Channel: Figuring Physics with Mike Cavagnero

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        In part two of the Dean's interview with Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of Physics and Astronomy discusses the role of the department on campus and the possibilities and excitement of where the discipline…

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        • Observation of the thermal Casimir effect and new limits on non-Newtonian forces in the micrometer range

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          Quantum theory predicts the existence of the Casimir force between macroscopic bodies, a force arising from the zero-point energy of electromagnetic field modes around them. I will report the experimental…

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          • Dean's Channel: Professor Gang Cao and the Center for Advanced Materials

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            Dean Mark Kornbluh continues his Dean's Channel series, sitting down with professor Gang Cao from the Department of Physics & Astronomy and Director of UK's Center for Advanced Materials. They discuss…

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            • Unveiling the Mystery of Mass

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              One of the prime reasons the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was built is to resolve the question of how particles acquire their mass. While it is very simple to measure particle masses and we have a…

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              • Particle-wave duality with and without quantum spookiness.

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                Quantum interference explains the stability of matter, guided the construction of the laser, and its application led to medical imaging techniques. So what is this quantum interference about? The…

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                • Controlled Magnetic Reversal and Emergent Metamagnetism in Permalloy Films Patterned into Artificial Quasicrystals

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                  Dr. Lance Delong University of Kentucky Ferromagnetic (FM) thin films patterned into periodic lattices of nanoscale holes or dots are candidated for UHD data storage media, an drelated wire network…

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                  • Colloquium: Topological Surface States in Topological Insulators, Superconductors and Beyond

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                    Topological Surface States in Topological Insulators, Superconductors and Beyond M Zahid Hasan, Dept of Physics, Princeton University Bulk Topological Insulators are a new phase of electronic…

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