University of Notre Dame-developed home lead screening kits shown to be highly accurate

February 13, 2020 • Categories: News

An inexpensive lead sample collection kit distributed to homes in St. Joseph County is comparable in accuracy and sensitivity to more costly in-home analysis, according to research published this month in the Journal of Environmental Research.

Physics graduate student Nirupama Sensharma works to create nuclear energy awareness

February 10, 2020 • Categories: News

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Nuclear Energy - The Better Energy is an initiative to promote knowledge and awareness about the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Physics PhD student Nirupama Sensharma’s vision in developing 'Nuclear Energy - The Better Energy' is to bridge the gap between her research as a nuclear scientist and her responsibilities towards society. She says that spreading awareness is the only way to counter the fear and stigma associated with nuclear energy. In the present age of technology, society is constantly evolving and moving towards advancement. To fight the current climate crisis, Sensharma explains that there is a need to reduce carbon emissions and find a way to progress using sustainable resources. She believes that embracing nuclear energy is the step that will take society closer to a safer environment.…

Notre Dame physicists see nuclear wobbling in one isotope of gold

February 06, 2020 • Categories: News

University of Notre Dame researchers and collaborators recently discovered that some nuclei wobble on their intermediate axes. Their research, “Longitudinal Wobbling Motion in 187Au,” was published in January 2020 in the premier physics journal, Physical Review Letters.

Quantum Interest: Notre Dame restores forgotten letters of scholars’ physics debates

February 04, 2020 • Categories: News

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Sometimes what seems like a random bit of trivia turns into much more. As a student of history and philosophy of scienceSebastián Murgueitio Ramírez

Notre Dame announces the Center for Network and Data Science

January 29, 2020 • Categories: News

At the University of Notre Dame, the Center for Network and Data Science (CNDS) – formerly known as the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications (iCeNSA) – brings together faculty and other researchers to generate fundamental transformative advances in artificial intelligence (AI), data science, and network science with interdisciplinary applications in biological sciences, neuroscience, molecular synthesis, health and wellbeing, network science, foundations of computing, physical and transportation systems, and social systems. 

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Thu Feb 20, 2020

Physics Colloquium: Dr. Heike Pfau, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
118 Nieuwland Science Hall

Nematicity studied with strain-dependent ARPES

Dr. Heike Pfau
Postdoctoral Researcher, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University & SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Hosted by Prof. Eskildsen

Posted In: Colloquia

Mon Feb 24, 2020

Nuclear Physics Seminar: Dr. Markus Schiffer, University of Cologne, Germany

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
184 Nieuwland Science Hall

The AMS measurement capabilities at the University of Cologne

Dr. Markus Schiffer
University of Cologne, Germany

Hosted by Prof. Collon

Posted In: Nuclear Seminar

Tue Feb 25, 2020

Astrophysics Seminar: Rob Brinson, Baker Scientific

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
184 Nieuwland Science Hall

New revelations from advanced image processing of black holes

Rob Brinson, Baker Scientific

New technology for image processing has been applied to the recently reported black hole images. This talk will discuss possible new features in the accretion disk and and inflow toward the horizon that warrant explanation.…

Posted In: Astrophysics Seminar

Our Universe Revealed: Prof. Grant Mathews, University of Notre Dame

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
101 Jordan Hall of Science

Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse: will we see an explosion soon?

Prof. Grant Mathews
Department of Physics
University of Notre Dame

Part of the Our Universe Revealed Lecture Series

Posted In: Special Lectures and Events

Wed Feb 26, 2020

Physics Colloquium: Dr. Berthold Jäck, Princeton University

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
118 Nieuwland Science Hall

Visualizing correlated and topological quantum phases of matter

Dr. Berthold Jäck
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Princeton University

Hosted by Prof. Assaf

Posted In: Colloquia

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