Stories tagged with: Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute

Nine Arts and Sciences retiring professors approved for emeriti status

June 30, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved emeriti status at its June meeting for nine College of Arts and Sciences professors upon their retirement from Ohio University.

25 Arts and Sciences faculty promoted, 15 granted tenure

June 29, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees voted in June to award promotion to 25 College of Arts and Sciences faculty member

22 College of Arts and Sciences professors awarded faculty fellowship during 2022-23

June 15, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees has approved 22 College of Arts and Sciences faculty members for faculty fellowship leave during the 2022-23 academic year.

Can they make graphite from coal? OHIO researchers start by finding new carbon solid

June 10, 2022 As the world's appetite for carbon-based materials like graphite increases, Ohio University researchers presented evidence this week for a new carbon solid they named "amorphous graphite."

Teaching and Research Awards ceremony honors outstanding OHIO faculty

April 16, 2022 Ohio University celebrated exceptional faculty members during the Faculty Teaching and Research Awards Recognition Ceremony on March 29.

Ohio University and Intel: Past, present and future

March 23, 2022 Since the inception of Intel, founded in 1969, Ohio University graduates have been critical to the evolution of innovative ideas in microprocessing and semiconducting for the company.

Faiz Rahman awarded fellowship with the Institute of Physics

March 21, 2022 A fellow is the highest rank of membership and is dependent upon a member’s distinguished scholarship. 

Ohio University chemist explains an old question with a modern tool

January 26, 2022 Ohio University chemist Jixin Chen, Ph.D., took advantage of the time when labs were shut down early in the pandemic to apply a very modern solution to solve a very old question.

Govorov, Berlin collaborators set out to harness nanostructures for energy and sensing

November 29, 2021 Dr. Alexander Govorov, is teaming up with collaborators at the home of the world's first supercomputer to apply the best specialized software in the world to compute complex nanostructures.

Ohio University names five outstanding Presidential Research Scholars

November 9, 2021 Ohio University named five professors from physics, engineering, communications and business as its 2021-22 Presidential Research Scholars.

Notable Alumni | Andreas Weichselbaum Models Quasiparticles That Could Be Future of Quantum Computing

October 20, 2019 Dr. Andreas Weichselbaum is working on tiny correlated puzzles in material science that could have a giant impact on the future of computing.