condensed matter physics


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con·densed matter physics

(kən-dĕnst′)
n.
The scientific study of the properties of matter, as in its solid and liquid phases, in which atoms or particles adhere to each other or are highly concentrated.
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Research in this area is expected ultimately to lead to ultralow power devices for computation and communication with new functionalities.the consortium that has come together to deliver this training is uniquely qualified to do so, consisting of world-leading experts in condensed matter physics and leading private companies, along with a range of associated partners spanning basic research, machine tool development, industrial and consumer products.
This work is for graduate and PhD students and new researchers working in condensed matter physics. The book explains basics concepts of the standard model of interacting elementary particles.
"We increased the size of the single-crystal domains by a factor of a million," said co-author and project lead Ivan Bozovic, senior scientist and Molecular Beam Epitaxy Group Leader in Brookhaven Lab's Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science Department.
They will also be exposed to the expertise of AUS's faculty who are adept in various physics subsets, including: atomic physics, molecular physics, laser physics, materials science and condensed matter physics, nuclear and particle physics, space physics, and astrophysics.
In the new compound, lithium osmium oxide, osmium atoms form a honeycomb-like lattice, enforcing a phenomenon called "magnetic frustration" that could lead to quantum spin liquid as predicted by condensed matter physics theorists.
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(4) Condensed Matter Physics Research Center (CMPRC), Physics Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
JOHN Michael Kosterlitz was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in physics, along with fellow Scot David Thouless and Englishman Duncan Haldane, for their work on condensed matter physics.
In the field of condensed matter physics, it is called the thermal Hall conductance.
Before joining the University of Oxford in 2010 as professor of theoretical condensed matter physics, he held academic positions at IASBS and the University of Sheffield.
She completed a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics at the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman in 2005, taking up major courses in instrumentation and condensed matter physics. She acquired a Master of Science in Physics, also at UP, and was accepted in 2008 for master's degree courses in Universite de Rennes I in France and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat in Munchen, Germany.