On being selected as one of the 2020 Class of Chancellor EDGES Fellows. This honor recognizes scholars with national and international acclaim.
Texas A&M University
Pokrovsky's team proposed this experiment several years ago. However, at that time, their aperture was not sufficient enough to observe all 4 beams: they have seen only 2. Now they have prepared a new device in which it is possible.
On winning the 2020 Nils Gunnar Jerlov Award. This is the top prize in Oceanography and is awarded in part on Ed’s seminal measurement of optical absorption of water. His paper in this regard is in the top 10 most cited papers in the journal of Applied Optics.
On being elected as an APS Fellow for outstanding contributions towards particle physics phenomenology, in particular dark matter, neutrinos, models and collider physics.
The book is tailored for freshmen students and teaches the advanced subject at a level that can be comprehended by students without extensive knowledge of general physics. This is a very interesting and innovative approach.
Texas A&M Physics & Astronomy
Since the early 1980s, Texas A&M University physicist and quantum cowboy Marlan O. Scully has hosted an annual summer school on quantum physics at his ranch in Casper, Wyoming. Like so many other traditional events, however, this year’s session set to begin next week has been moved online due to the novel coronavirus pandemic — […]
2020 Distinguished Achievement College-Level Awards in Teaching
from The Association of Former Students
Dr. Rupak Mahapatra
Dr. Nicholas Suntzeff
These awards will be presented at the fall 2020 College of Science Faculty and Staff meeting. Please join us congratulating our recipients!
Excellence in Teaching
Physicists and astronomers use analytical thinking and a strong understanding of the fundamental laws of nature to describe the world around us, from the smallest particle to our galaxy and universe.
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