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Impact of Physics Faculty Research Funding Reaches Beyond OHIO

Dr. David Ingram, a professor in and chair of OHIO’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, conducts research inside the W.M. Keck Thin Film Analysis Facility, located within the Edwards Accelerator Lab on the Athens Campus. Photo by Rob Hardin

By Angela Woodward From Compass At the core of Ohio University’s very being is a University-wide commitment to research, a hallmark of OHIO noted in its mission, vision, core values and guiding principles. And behind every external dollar that comes into the University to fund research – nearly $115 million […]

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May 25, 2017 at 4:51 pmResearch

Physicists Author Paper to Unlock Secrets of Graphene

Drs. Nancy Sandler and Daiara Faria and doctoral student Dawei Zhai

New insight into flexible material one atom thick will help scientists to untangle key intrinsic properties of graphene not easily understood until now. Graphene, a crystalline slice of graphite (a form of carbon), is perhaps one of the most important materials being studied worldwide. Ohio University Associate Professor Dr. Nancy […]

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March 13, 2017 at 6:00 amNews Research

2015-16 Physics & Astronomy Faculty News

L to R: Sergio Ulloa, Rong Yang, Nancy Sandler

The following is Physics & Astronomy faculty news from 2015-16. Alexander (Shura) Neiman, who specializes in techniques to separate signals from a noisy background, was promoted to full Professor. Shura co-authored several articles recently on this topic in the prestigious journals Physical Review Letters and Physical Review E. His work […]

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March 2, 2017 at 8:00 amNews

Physics Colloquium | Flatland that folds and oscillates: making wrinkles and drumheads with graphene, Oct. 14

Dr. Nancy Sandler

The Physics & Astronomy Colloquium Series presents Nancy Sandler of  Ohio University, Department of Physics & Astronomy on “Flatland that folds and oscillates: making wrinkles and drumheads with graphene ” on Friday, October 14, at 4:10 p.m. in Walter 245. Abstract: In his famous speech “There’s Plenty of Room at […]

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October 1, 2016 at 8:45 pmEvents

New Faculty Kick Off Fourth Year of Women’s Scholars

Faculty advisors to the Margaret Boyd Scholars Program (from left) Nancy Sandler, Michelle O’Malley and Cindy Anderson are pictured outside of Bryan Hall, the residence hall that houses the scholars during their sophomore year. Photo by Daniel Owen

Adapted from Compass story by Angela Woodward Three College of Arts & Sciences faculty are the advisers to the Margaret Boyd Scholars Program as its kicks off its fourth cohort. Launched in 2013, the Margaret Boyd Scholars Program serves as Ohio University’s first and only women’s scholars program. The four-year […]

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August 28, 2016 at 2:00 pmNews

Physics Faculty Get Innovation Funding for Center for Atomically Thin and Layered Systems Technology

Ohio University’s Innovation Strategy program has provided $50,000 in a seed grant to help a team of Ohio University faculty on a project named Ohio University Center for Atomically Thin and Layered Systems Technology: OHIO CATaLyST. This project will establish the new Center for Atomically Thin and Layered Systems Technology […]

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June 7, 2016 at 5:58 pmResearch

Physicists Discover Interaction Between Distant Magnetic Atoms

Dr. Sergio Ulloa, Dr. Diego Mastroguiseppe, and Doctoral Student Oscar Avalos

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Oscar Avalos, doctoral student in Physics & Astronomy,  Visiting Researcher Diego Mastrogiuseppe, and Dr. Sergio Ulloa, Professor of Physics at Ohio University, report discovering unusually long-reaching spintronic interactions at the atomic level in a newly published article. It is likely that future electronic devices and […]

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May 5, 2016 at 3:46 pmResearch