Innovator of the Year: Early Career
Assistant Professor of Physics
Six years ago, Lydia Kisley was recognized as one of the “brightest young innovators and game changers” by Forbes in its “30 Under 30” list. Now, she’s being recognized as one of Case Western Reserve’s Innovators of the Year—specifically for early career...
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A Global Outlook with a Local View
PBS: Johanna Nagy and Lydia Kisley, both assistant professors of physics in the Department of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, CWRU, discuss their local scientific projects with global implications in the engineering and technology...
space.com: Distinguished University Professor Glenn Starkman, vice-chair of the Department of Physics, explained what we know—and don’t know—about dark matter, including the two most prevalent explanations for it: that there is “more stuff that we don’t see with our telescopes,” or that “Newton’s laws and even are wrong...
2023 Michelson Postdoctoral Prize
Julia Gehrlein, PhD, Department of Theoretical Physics, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, has been named the winner of this year's MICHELSON POSTDOCTORAL PRIZE, and will spend one week in residence during the week of September 18, 2023, on the Case Western Reserve University campus. This year marks the...
Recently, the CDF collaboration at Fermilab reported a new surprising experimental result about the value of the W gauge bosons mass. The W gauge bosons together with the Z gauge boson are the mediators of one of the fundamental forces in nature, the so-called weak force. The weak...