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Cornell Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics

Katja Nowack joins LASSP Faculty and starts a SQUID lab

We are thrilled to welcome Assistant Professor of Physics Katja Nowack to Cornell, joining the faculty in LASSP and the Physics Department. As Prof Nowack gets settled in one of her biggest goals will be to construct her lab in PSB featuring a Superconducting QUantum Interference Device or SQUID. Using the SQUID, Nowack plans to explore emergent order and phenomena in a diverse set of quantum materials. The new lab will have opportunities for postdocs, graduate students and undergraduate students.

Prof Nowack’s husband, Iwijn De Vlaminck, is a very talented biophysicist/bioengineer who is also joining Cornell to work in BME with labs in Clark.

If you see them around please give them a warm welcome!

Katja Nowack