Jul 07

Obituary: Dr. Tibor József Herczeg

 „The ancient order opens to readmit me. I lean out on the windy stars.” (János Pilinszky, Apocrypha)  Emeritus Professor of Physics and Astronomy at...

Jun 17

Potential Gravity Wave Source Identified

A research team, led by Mukremin Kilic of the University of Oklahoma, and Warren Brown of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, have recently identified one of the best (and perhaps the...

Jun 04

Board Games helping to explain Particle Physics

ATLAS physicist Scarlet Norberg from the University of Oklahoma uses board games to explan how supersymmetry could tie into the Standard Model of Particle Physics.

May 23

Work by OU Astrophysicist Visible in Sky and Telescope.

Research by OU Astrophysics Professor Karen Leighley on "winds"  emitted by quasars was recently covered in Sky and Telescope magazine.  You can read about it on the...

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HEP Seminar
CMP Seminar
Astronomy Journal Club
CMP Journal Club
Faculty Research Seminar
Public Lecture
Special Event
Star Party

CMP Journal Club

Aug 27, 2014 2:30 pm

Nielsen Hall 103 - Josh Villatoro

CMP Seminar

Aug 29, 2014 2:30 pm

Nielsen Hall 103 - Paul Huang
Multi-Scale Modeling of Chemical Reaction: Examples in Chemical Engineering

CMP Journal Club

Sep 03, 2014 12:30 pm

Nielsen Hall 103 - Matt Grover

Faculty Research Seminar

Sep 03, 2014 6:00 pm

Nielsen Hall 303 - Profs. Kao & Milton


Sep 04, 2014 4:00 pm

Nielsen Hall 170 - Sarah Schmidt
Hot Chromospheres and Flares on Cool and Ultracool Dwarfs

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Research Nugget

Research Highlight: Shaffer Group

Our research group studies atom based sensing exotic states of matter and various topics involving quantum engineering. All of our projects currently involve Rydberg atoms. Rydberg atoms are highly excited atoms that possess exaggerated properties that make them well suited for applications that require controllable long range interactions. We have projects investigating novel long range molecules formed by Rydberg atoms such as macrodimers and trilobite molecules, studying Rydberg atoms for quantum optics and using Rydberg atoms for traceable sensing of electric fields. Please do not hesitate to contact Professor James Shaffer for more information.