The COHERENT experiment running at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has firmly established the existence of a new kind of neutrino interaction.
Work with the DoD, funded through the National Security Innovation Network seeks to repeat the study of the sensitivity of ion trap quantum information systems with high dose radiation.
We are happy to welcome our new assistant professor of physics, Walter Pettus who joined the department this fall.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education recently approved a new professional MS degree program at Indiana University/Bloomington in quantum information science (QIS).
Among this year’s class of new Fellows of the American Physical Society are two IU PhD alums: Sarah Cousineau and Dan Hussey.
A collaborative study on topological bosonic matter and its classification involving IU Professor Gerardo Ortiz, was just published in Physical Review B and was chosen as an Editor's Suggestion. Editors' suggestions highlight particularly noteworthy papers selected due to their particular importance and innovation.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indiana University Physics Department is not requiring general GRE or physics GRE subject test scores.
Tetralayer Graphene study by IU faculty selected as PRL Highlight
W. Michael Snow elected vice-chair of the APS Topical Group on Precision Measurements and Fundamental Constants.