quantum mechanics

  • Cottrell Scholar Nathaniel Craig formalizes a learning assistants' program in a key upper-division physics course

  • An exploration of the gravitational waves Einstein predicted 100 years ago.
    An exploration of the gravitational waves Einstein predicted 100 years ago.

    In celebration of Einstein’s birthday, physicists reflect the German scientist’s work and its impact on the field and on everyday life

  • Chris Van de Walle is recognized for his work with superconducting and energy efficient materials

  • This year’s Faculty Research Lecture explored the challenge of unifying quantum mechanics and relativity

  • Polchinski will discuss the search for a unified theory of the laws of physics and the difficulty of reconciling two of the main pieces

  • A UCSB professor’s numerous breakthroughs in physics culminate in a prize that comes with 2.5 million euros

  • Could Einstein’s theory of relativity be wrong? That’s among the burning questions being asked by theoretical physicists today. It’s a startling claim and one that has received a lot of attention from other scientists.

  • Researchers have taken the first step in translating electrical quantum states to optical quantum states in a way that would enable ultrafast, quantum-encrypted communications. Their paper outlines the concept and presents a prototype device...

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