Oct 7, 2019

NC State Alumna Takes Her Teaching Skills to the Global Level

Current physics teacher at Apex high school and former North Carolina teaching Fellow at NC State Physics Department Megan Alvord has taken on the journey of being a part of the High School Teacher Programme at CERN 2019. This program […]

Oct 7, 2019

To the Universe and Beyond

Every child grows up with a dream; something they have always wanted to explore, discover or create. However most kids dreamt of being rockstars, or cowboys, or superheroes. Meanwhile, Ana Sofia Uzsoy, student at NC State University, wanted to be […]

Sep 10, 2019

Frohlich Co-organizes Fulbright-Cottrell Workshop in Germany

Carla Fröhlich, an associate professor of physics, was the co-organizer of the Fulbright-Cottrell Workshop that took place in Göttingen, Germany, in early June. The goal of the workshop was to “… train the next generation of university faculty to be […]

Sep 7, 2019

Rebecca Savage and Her Legacy at NC State

Rebecca Savage, also known as Becky by her co-workers, has been a part of North Carolina State University for 35 years. She began her journey at NC State as a Temporary Worker in 1984. A year later, she became a […]

Aug 12, 2019  |  Uncategorized

Live from the space station

Physics Alumna Christina Koch will be broadcasting a live Q&A from the International Space Station preceded by a keynote address by Dr. Katie Mack.

Feb 13, 2019  |  Research

A Zero-Gravity Laboratory

Professor Karen Daniels and her team of physics and engineering undergraduates conduct an experiment under simulated conditions of outer space.

Oct 3, 2018

Bernholc group publishes paper on novel electromechnical material

Physics Ph.D. student Bing Zhang and Professors Wenchang Lu and Jerry Bernholc co-authored a Nature article describing the discovery of the first light-weight, biologically compatible organic material that displays a morphotropic phase boundary. As the accompanying Nature News and Views […]

Aug 5, 2018  |  Colloquium

Monday, August 27th – Meet New Grad Students

First Colloquium – Meet New Grad Students

Aug 5, 2018  |  Colloquium

Monday, September 10th – Hugo Sanabria

Hugo Sanabria, Clemson University Multiparameter Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Structural Dynamics of Biomolecules Single molecule Förster Resonance Energy Transfer experiments are rich in information of biomolecules. By time-stamping photon detection events with high temporal resolution, it is possible to construct various […]