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‘I’d Do It Again, If I Could,’ Says Recent Grad Ruiz-Tijerina

David Ruiz-Tijerina '13Ph.D.

Recent Physics & Astronomy graduate David Ruiz-Tijerina ’13Ph.D. did his dissertation on “Kondo physics and many-body effects in quantum dots and molecular junctions.” His adviser was Dr. Sergio Ulloa, Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Ohio University. “As a graduate student at Ohio University, I did fundamental research on the […]

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April 27, 2015 at 8:57 amAlumni

Discovery of Twisted Spins in Nanoscale Flatland Merits Accelerated Publish Date

Discovery of Twisted Spins in Nanoscale Flatland Merits Accelerated Publish Date

 By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Diego Mastrogiuseppe, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, and faculty members Dr. Nancy Sandler and Dr. Sergio Ulloa, have discovered a new way to control the interaction of magnetic impurities at the nanoscale level. The article describing their work has […]

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November 13, 2014 at 1:00 amResearch

Physics Student Finds Way to Differentiate Nanoscale Defects in Graphene

Physics Student Finds Way to Differentiate Nanoscale Defects in Graphene

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Analyzing the motion of electrons, Ohio University researchers have developed a process to discriminate among different impurities in graphene–the strong, light and conductive material only one atom thick being studied for a variety of nanoscale applications. Physics doctoral student Mahmoud Asmar and Dr. Sergio […]

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April 3, 2014 at 9:00 amResearch

Ulloa and Sandler Present at Physics Workshops in Brazil

Ulloa and Sandler Present at Physics Workshops in Brazil

Dr. Sergio Ulloa, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and Dr. Nancy Sandler, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy, traveled to Brazil during the 2013-14 academic year to participate in several conferences.: They will give several lectures at conferences in Brazil in September 2013. They co-organized several of the events, including a […]

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September 30, 2013 at 11:18 pmResearch