Recent CWRU Department of Physics MS-Physics '23 graduate Pip Petersen was awarded a PATHS STEAM Education Grant from LGBT Tech, which is awarded to LGBTQ+ individuals working to increase visibility and awareness in STEAM.
As part of the inaugural program, Petersen was awarded $5,000 in financial support towards his PhD...
Kenneth Singer, the Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics and founder of Folio Photonics, joined recent graduates Matt Canel and Ben Kaufman of 3D Music and CWRU LaunchNet Director Bob Sopko to talk about the value of the university participating for a 10th straight year in CES in Las Vegas. (See The Daily, February 2023)
As seen in The Daily (Dec 2022)
WEWS: Fusion breakthrough could be climate, energy game-changer
Physics Professor Harsh Mathur broke down a “major scientific breakthrough” in the decades-long quest to harness fusion, the energy that powers the sun and stars, which in the future could create a carbon-free energy source. “Basically all...
Cyrus Taylor, the Albert A. Michelson Professor in the Department of Physics, discussed a breakthrough in nuclear fusion, which he said could have a major impact on the future of energy. “We have a real prospect for sort of commercial fusion. Clean, limitless power to basically power mankind,” Taylor...
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...