Welcome to Dr. Angel Albavera Mata, who joined our group this fall as a postdoctoral researcher. Angel received his Ph.D. in Physics from the CINVESTAV, Mexico City. He will be working on ab initio approaches for molecular magnetic quantum materials.
Dr. Joshua Paul
Congratulations to Joshua Paul for passing his Ph.D. thesis defense. Joshua has taken a postdoctoral position at Argonne National Lab to work in the group of Dr. Maria Chan.
Postdoctoral Researcher Dr. Sijin Ren joins M2QM Effort
Welcome to Dr. Sijin Ren, who joined our group this summer as a postdoctoral researcher. Sijin received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Kansas. She is working on our M2QM EFRC project, studying molecular magnetic quantum materials using… Read More
Postdoctoral Researcher Dr. Yundi Quan joins superconductivity project
Welcome to Dr. Yundi Quan, who joined our group this fall as a postdoctoral researcher. Yundi received his Ph.D. in Physics from UC Davis. He will be working on Eliashberg theory and machine learning for superconductivity.
Dr. Shreyas Honrao
Congratulations to Shreyas Honrao for passing his Ph.D. thesis defense. Shreyas will start working as a postdoctoral researcher at NASA Ames in the group of Dr. John Lawson.
Dr. Josh Gabriel
Congratulations to Josh Gabriel for passing his Ph.D. thesis defense. Josh has taken a postdoctoral position at NC State University.
Prof. Arunima Singh
Arunima Singh accepted a faculty position at Arizona State University in Physics. Congratulations!
Dr. Benjamin Revard
Congratulations to Ben Revard for passing his Ph.D. thesis defense. Ben will move to Portland where he will work at Intel.
Dr. Michael Ashton
Congratulation to Michael Ashton for passing his Ph.D. thesis defense. Michael will start a postdoc position in November at the Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforsching in Düsseldorf, Germany.
We are excited to be part of the new NSF funded Center for Bright Beams (CBB). Our centers overarching research goal is to increase the intensity (“brightness”) of beams of charged particles by two orders of magnitude while decreasing the… Read More