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Eun-Ah Kim Promoted to Associate Pprofessor

Eun-Ah Tenure

Congratulations to Eun-Ah Kim who was promoted to Associate Professor on February 1.

Soft Matters asks: What sciency things didn't you see coming?

When you were 10

In their final Soft Matters video Kathryn McGill and Jesse Silverberg reveal what our faculty didn't see coming when they were 10.

 

Séamus Davis honored by the National University of Ireland

Davis awarded honorary degree from National University of Ireland

On December 2, 2013 Prof. Séamus Davis was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science from the National University of Ireland.

Séamus Davis's new theory may revolutionize superconductors

"Nanostripes" of alternating electrons and holes

Prof. Seamus Davis along with Prof. Dung-Hai Lee of UC Berkeley have proposed a new theory unifying the odd behaviors of superconductors.

Mueller and Reichl show quantum tsunamis are actually smoke rings

ring

By shining light on a gas cooled to temperatures near absolute zero, physicists can create waves that propagate through the gas while maintaining their shape - the quantum version of a tsunami trav

Fred Kavli 1927 - 2013

Fred Kavli 1927-2013

Fred Kavli, founder and chairman of The Kavli Foundation, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 21, in his home in Santa Barbara at the age of 86.

McGill & Silverberg present Soft Matters

Soft Matters: Talking Physics, Talking Life

LASSP PhD candidates Katie McGill and Jesse Silverberg have launched a video series with interviews of Cornell faculty.

BRAIN Initiative Featured in the Sun

Today, 11/20, the Cornell Sun ran an article about the BRAIN initiative.

Symposium to Honor Ken Wilson on November 16

Ken Wilson Symposium

A memorial symposium to celebrate Nobel laureate Ken Wilson’s scientific achievements will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall, beginning at 9 a.m.

Sethna describes how scientific theories work

Sloppy Models

Overwhelmed by the infinite complexities of how physics or life or economics work?

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