2017 Graduate Introduction to Research

On Feb. 3rd, the physics department held its annual Introduction to Research event for physics graduate students, which offered a glimpse of current research activities in the department. Listed below are the poster presentations from that event.

Condensed Matter / Biophysics

A MICROFLUIDIC PLATFORM TO STUDY UNTETHERED SINGLE-MOLECULE FLUORESCENCE TRAJECTORIES

EVIDENCE OF A TRANSITION FROM DIFFUSIVE TO SUPER-DIFFUSIVE MOTION OF CELLULOSE SYNTHASE COMPLEXES IN LIVING PLANTS

Chemical Imaging of Structure and Exciton Dynamics in Nanoscale Assemblies of Organic Semiconductors

Statistical mechanics of colloids, vesicles, emulsions, suspended nanoparticles, granular media…

Anomalous power dependence near a clock transition in molecular nanomagnets

Mass Flux Stability at the Td Transition in Solid 3He-4He Mixtures

experiments on nonequilibrium systems

Superconducting Circuits for Quantum Information

Antenna enhanced graphene THz emitter and detector

Anomalous Stokes–anti-Stokes ratio in MoTe2 atomic layers

Structural and optical characterization of transition metal dichalcogenide polymorphs

Population Annealing for Spin Glasses

Systems with long-range forces

Trapping Centers at the Superfluid–Mott-insulator Criticality

Dark Continuum in the Spectral Function of the Resonant Fermi Polaron

Quantum Walk in Degenerate Spin Environments

Spin-Ice State of the Quantum Heisenberg Antiferromagnet on Pyrochlore Lattice

Non-uniform Growth and discrete Conformal Mappings

Topological ordering with ultracold atoms

Fundamental Interactions

Search for Displaced Dimuon Vertices with the ATLAS Detector

Probing light dark matter in liquid helium

LZ: probing heavy dark matter in liquid xenon

CeNTREX: Cold molecule Nuclear Time Reversal Experiment

Construction of MWPC Prototypes for Pion Polarizability Experiment at JLab