Congratulations to Lydia Kisley, Warren E. Rupp Assistant Professor, Departments of Physics & Chemistry, for being named a 2022 Allen Distinguished Investigator by The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group, a division of the Allen Institute.
Professor Kisley and collaborator Laura Sanchez, professor at University of California, Santa Cruz, were awarded...
EXCERPT from Nicole Yunger Halpern in Quantum Frontiers: a blog by the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter @ Caltech
"...Today, both scientists enjoy renown across Case Western Reserve University. Their names grace the sit-down restaurant in the multipurpose center, as well as a dormitory and a chemistry building. A fountain on the quad...
Earn a total of $50,000 extra in stipend & research support over the first four years of your PhD graduate research. Applicants interested in biophysics or condensed matter research will be eligible for the Philip and Sarah Taylor Graduate Fellowship in Physics.
On a perfect day for pumpkin dropping, Case Physics students proved once again that Galileo's observations about gravity were correct in his experiment dropping two balls of different weight off the Leaning Tower of Pisa and noting they hit the ground at the same time. Whew! Celebrating ensued with...