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Announcing postdoctoral fellowships, the 2022 Urbanek & Chodorow Fellowships & the Bloch Fellowship in Quantum Science and Engineering Urbanek Fellowship The Department of Applied...
Course encourages students to look at art through the lens of science and quantitative reasoning. By Taylor Kubota An interdisciplinary course combining art, archaeology, and physics encourages students...
Mark Schnitzer and Jelena Vučković
Two Applied Physics faculty named Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellows. Mark Schnitzer (Professor of Applied Physics) and Jelena Vučković (Professor of Applied Physics, by courtesy) are among the nine...
By bringing the benefits of mechanical devices into the quantum realm, Stanford researchers aim to create advanced computing and sensing devices. BY ADAM HADHAZY Stanford University researchers have...
Optica (formerly OSA) announces that Shanhui Fan, Professor of Applied Physics (By Courtesy), has been selected as the 2022 recipient of the R.W. Wood Prize. Fan is honored for foundational...
David Reis, Professor of Applied Physics, and Yijing Huang, graduate student in Applied Physics, conduct X-ray laser experiments that show that intense light distorts the structure of a thermoelectric...
Applied Physics Professors Phil Bucksbaum, Tony Heinz, and Aharon Kapitulnik have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). AAAS describes their Fellows...
Congratulations to Benjamin Good on being a member of the newest cohort of Bio-Hub investigators! The Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator Program, open to faculty from Stanford University, UC San...
Tony Heinz, Professor of Applied Physcis became an IEEE Fellow, with the accompanying citation:  for contributions to spectroscopic techniques, nanophotonics, and optical nanomaterials The IEEE...
Yoshi Yamamoto, Professor of Applied Physics, Emeritus, wins Willis E. Lamb Award for Laser Science and Quantum Optics this year.  This award is presented annually at the Physics of Quantum...
Google Sycamore
A team of researchers including Vedika Khemani, Applied Physics Professor, by courtesy, have created and observed a new phase of matter, popularly known as a time crystal. BY TAYLOR KUBOTA There is...
Stanford Elecrtical Engineering professor and Applied Physics professor, by courtesy, Shanhui Fan, and graduate student Ben Bartlett proposed a simpler design for quantum computers:  A relatively simple...
Supersolid LevLab
The group of Applied Physics and Physics Professor Benjamin Lev developed a quantum simulator that exhibits the building blocks of sound. Aiming to emulate the quantum characteristics of materials more...
With a heavy heart, we are saddened to announce the death of our friend, colleague, mentor and cheerleader, Ted Geballe. Ted died peacefully at home on Oct 24th 2021, surrounded by his extensive family...
Benjamin Lev, Sri Raghu, and Monika Schleier-Smith elected 2021 American Physical Society Fellows
Benjamin Lev, Physics & Applied Physics Professor, along with Physics Professors Srinivas Raghu and Monika Schleier-Smith, are new APS Fellows for work in quantum physics. By Taylor Kubota...
Tony Heinz
Applied Physics Professor Tony Heinz wins the 2022 Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science "For ground-breaking contributions to the development and application of laser spectroscopic techniques to...
Vedika Khemani, Applied Physics Professor, by courtesy, has won a Breakthrough New Horizons Prize for work on time crystals, a new non-equilibrium phase of matter. The $100,000 New Horizons Prize...
Michel Digonnet, Professor of Applied Physics, and a team of students and collaborators develop the first self-cooling optical fiber made of silica for laser applications.  
Congratulations to all Applied Physics 2020-2021 Ph.D. & M.S. graduates!  View PDF version of graduation program. Doctor of Philosophy, Applied Physics Yuan Chen Donish Zaman Khan Slavko...
Congratulations to Professor of Applied Physics Kam Moler, newly elected member of the National Academy of Sciences.
David Miller, by courtesy Professor of Applied Physics and an expert in photonics, explains the remarkable potential of using light instead of electricity in computation.   (Image: Adobe...
Congratulations to Prof. Benjamin Good, recepient of a 2021 Sloan Research Fellowship in the field of Computational & Evolutionary Molecular Biology. 
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By adding some magnetic flair to an exotic quantum experiment, Benjamin Lev's group produced an ultra-stable 1D quantum gas with never-before-seen “scar” states, a feature that could someday be...
The AP department congratulates Kam Moler on her appointment to the Marvin Chodorow Professorship.