This week’s Eugene Science Pub features Jim Brau on
The Higgs Boson: How It Was Discovered and What It Tells Us About the Universe
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Feb 7, 11 AM. A few updates:
Classes and UO events canceled today through at least 6 PM — see http://alerts.uoregon.edu/ for more information and updates.
Grad student lunch (strictly voluntary) at noon in Wil 240D.
HEP research discussion (strictly voluntary) at 2:00 in Wil 472.
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Awards for the 2012/13 academic year have been conferred upon undergraduate and graduate students in the Physics Department: Download the list here.
Mike Raymer is among the 142 Outstanding Referees of the Physical Review and Physical Review Letters journals, as chosen by the journal editors for 2013.
J. David Cohen: 1946 – 2012
We are saddened to report the passing of friend and colleague David Cohen, Professor of Physics, after a long illness.
Steve Hsu’s former grauduate student David Reeb has been awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship to support his postdoctoral work on quantum information theory. The program, funded by the European Union, will support David’s work in Munich, Germany, for 2 years.
John Toner has been selected as one of the first Simons Fellows in Theoretical Physics by the Simons Foundation. The mission of the Simons Foundation is to advance the frontiers of research in the basic sciences and mathematics.
Jim Brau has been awarded a 2011 Research Innovation Award by the University of Oregon. Jim was recognized for fostering basic research and innovation in the physical sciences.