New publication in PRL by Dr. Girish Agarwal’s group
Eigenfrequencies and (b) linewidths for an anti-PT symmetric system, plotted against the detuning, with γ0 set equal to 0. While EPs emerge at δ ¼ 2Γ, the VIC-induced linewidth suppression (designated as X) corresponds to δ ¼ 0.
New publication in PRL by Dr. Girish Agarwal’s group
Nair et al. developed a novel sensing scheme to estimate very weak anharmonic signatures in a system of two modes interacting with a common vacuum of the electromagnetic field.
Dr. Girish Agarwal headshot in 2019.
Girish Agarwal

Joint Appointment in Physics and Astronomy
Texas A&M University

New Publication in PRL By Joe Ross' Team
Dr. Ross' research depicting: Sketch of Landau levels and low-T spins (left). Condensation process with CB pocket participation (right).
New Publication in PRL By Dr. Joe Ross' group
Tian et al. placed ZrTe5 single crystals in a quantum-limit magnetic field, identifying a new transformation connected to exciton condensation, a type of electron-hole pairing about which there has been much recent speculation.
Professor Joseph Ross' headshot
Joe Ross

Professor
Texas A&M University

Congratulations, M. Suhail Zubairy
Congratulations,
Dr. M. Suhail Zubairy

On receiving the 2021 AFS Distinguished Achievement College-Level Awards in Teaching. This award honors Dr. Zubairy's outstanding dedication as a teacher. Join us in celebrating his achievement!

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Congratulations, Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova
Congratulations,
Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova

On receiving the University Professorship for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence (UPUTE) Award, which is conferred upon the most distinguished instructors of undergraduate students at Texas A&M University, and not only exceptional classroom teachers, but also innovators in pedagogy, exploring new teaching methods, and seeking engagement with other educators in pursuit of excellence. Join us in celebrating her achievement!

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Tatiana Erukhimova
Congratulations, Connor Bowerman
Congratulations, Connor Bowerman

For becoming a 2021 Beckman Scholar! The Beckman Foundation supports researchers and institutions in their journey towards new methods of research. Connor is the first Physics major from our department chosen for this honor. Connor has studied detecting COVID-19 using fluorescent nanoparticles and works with Professor Alexey Akimov.

Dan Melconian
Congratulations, Dan Melconian
Congratulations,
Dr. Dan Melconian

On being featured on the Department of Energy, Office of Science, webpage. This recognition celebrates his 2011 Early Career Award which allowed Dr. Melconian to build and commission the Texas A&M Penning Trap (TAMUTRAP) at the Cyclotron Institute facility. Join us in celebrating his achievement!

Dan Melconian
Congratulations Joseph Harrington
Congratulations, Joseph Harrington

On receiving the DOD SMART Fellowship - Graduate Student, which allows him to be part of hands-on research and work in DoD facilities. Join us in celebrating his achievement!

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 Joseph Harrington
AAPT: Tatiana Erukhimova's Spotlight
AAPT Member Spotlight On Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova

Professor Tatiana Erukhimova has been honored with a member spotlight from AAPT. This distinction recognizes Tatiana's passion for physics and her ability of sparking an inner physics voice within each of her students and colleagues.

AAPT Member Spotlight on Tatiana Erukhimova
Congratulations Aysan Bahari
Congratulations,
Aysan Bahari

On receiving the Buck Weirus Spirit Award - Graduate Student. This highly prestigious award recognizes her dedication to student organizations, Aggie traditions, and university events.

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Congratulations, Dr. Rupak Mahapatra
Congratulations,
Dr. Rupak Mahapatra

On receiving the 2021 Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching. Join us in congratulating Professor Mahapatra on his achievement!

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