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  • Prof. Socolar joins Editorial Board of Physical Review E
    Steffen A. Bass, for faculty, 2008/12/24 21:11:17

    Prof. Joshua Socolar was recently named to the Editorial Board of the American Physical Society's Physical Review E for a 3-year term starting January 1, 2009. The journal is interdisciplinary in scope, focuses on many-body phenomena, including recent developments in quantum and classical chaos and soft matter physics. It has sections on statistical physics, equilibrium and transport properties of fluids, liquid crystals, complex fluids, polymers, chaos, fluid dynamics, plasma physics, classical physics, and computational physics. In addition, the journal features sections on two rapidly growing areas: biological physics and granular materials.

    Featured Member: Joshua E. S. Socolar of Physics

  • Prof. Bass joins Editorial Board of Journal of Physics G
    Steffen A. Bass, for faculty, 2008/12/24 21:09:10

    Prof. Steffen Bass has accepted an invitation to serve on the Editorial Board of the Institute of Physics' Journal of Physics G. The journal covers theoretical and experimental topics in the physics of elementary particles and fields, intermediate-energy physics and nuclear physics. The particle astrophysics section includes all aspects of experimental and theoretical research into cosmic rays, nuclear and particle astrophysics, gamma ray astronomy, neutrino astrophysics and dark matter.

    Featured Member: Steffen A. Bass of Physics

  • Prof. Kate Scholberg named the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Associate Professor of Physics
    Steffen A. Bass, for faculty, 2008/12/24 21:06:17

    On December 8, Prof. Kate Scholberg was named the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Associate Professor of Physics, which includes membership in the Bass Society of Fellows. The Bass Chairs are awarded for excellence in teaching and research and it one of the highest honors bestowed on a Duke faculty member. She will hold the Bass Chair from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013.

    Featured Member: Kate Scholberg of Physics

  • Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal named Fellow of the American Physical Society
    Steffen A. Bass, for faculty, 2008/12/24 21:01:46

    On November 17, Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society. Election to Fellowship is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the membership and is recognition by peers of outstanding contribution to physics. The citation for his certificate reads: "For his precision measurements of the mass of the W boson at the Tevatron." [more]

    Featured Member: Ashutosh V Kotwal of Physics

  • Nominations for Mary Creason Memorial Award
    Jimmy Dorff, 2008/12/04 00:00:57

    Call for nominations for the Fall 2008 Mary Creason Memorial Award for Undergraduate Teaching.

  • Duke Physicsts welcome LHC first beam
    Jimmy Dorff, 2008/09/10 08:20:55

    The Duke HEP ATLAS group is working with the Large Hadron Collider which acheived "first beam" Sept. 10, 2008.

  • Search for Endowed Chair in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
    Jimmy Dorff, for faculty, 2008/03/28 12:02:04

    The Duke University Physics Department is searching to fill an Endowed Chair in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics

  • Duke physics major battles for Olympic spot
    Barry J. Wilson, for faculty, 2008/06/06 15:01:24

    Konrad Dudziak continued his quest to make the U.S. Olympic team this past weekend when he won the championship in freestyle at 211.5 pounds at the University World Team Trials. [more] [more] -- http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=1475622

  • Congratulations Maxine
    Barry J. Wilson, for staff, 2008/05/27 16:34:17

    On May 15th the Physic Community and others from across Duke got together at the Duke Gardens' Pavilion to celebrate Maxine Stern's contributions to Duke and the Physics Department. [more]