PHYSICS AT TEMPLE
Temple University, Department of Physics - An Exciting Research Environment
In recent years, the Physics Department at Temple University has seen a dramatic increase in top quality new faculty, leading-edge research, and dynamic students. The Department is opening doors for all aspiring physicists, from new faculty to new students, and for the great discoveries of tomorrow.
SERC - NEW HOME OF PHYSICS
SERC: A New Era in Scientific Exploration
The Science Education and Research Center is one of the largest buildings devoted exclusively to scientific research in the Philadelphia region. The seven-story structure includes research and teaching labs, open spaces to foster collaboration, and high-tech equipment such as clean rooms and a low-vibration scanning tunneling microscope facility.
Research at the Atomic Level
Physics Professor Maria Iavarone shows us around her primary research tool, a scanning tunneling microscope, that allows the human eye to see single atoms. Temple’s new Science Education and Research Center will house two of these devices in the basement level of the facility this fall.
(Scanning Probe Microscopy Group)
September 26, 2016
Saw Wai Hla
Physics Department, Ohio University and Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory
Title: Exotic Molecular Systems: Molecular Machines to Molecular Superconductors
September 19, 2016
Guang-Lin Zhao (Southern University and AM College, Baton Rouge, LA)
Title: The Puzzle of Anomalous Isotope effect in High and Low Tc Superconductors
September 12, 2016
Department of Physics, Temple University
Student Progress Report
August 29, 2016
Yugang Sun (Temple University, Chemistry Department)
The Physics Department at Temple University invites applications for non-tenure-track Research Assistant or Associate Professors.
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