Two Santa Clara University students have won Goldwater Scholarships, awarded to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in the natural sciences, engineering, or mathematics who intend to pursue research careers in these fields.
Kristin Kulas and students collaborate with NASA Ames
Bachana Lomasdze published a perspective article on frequency comb-based coherent spectroscopy.
Guy Ramon and collaborators just published an in-depth modern review paper on exciting developments in solid-state quantum qubits.
Excited to engage SCU students in laser spectroscopy research
Applies math and physics to NASA simulation
Zach White with his faculty mentor Guy Ramon explore orbital modeling two-electron spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots.
Bryan Berggren along with his faculty mentors, Keshav Dani and Chris Weber, research the ultrafast response of atomically thin black phosphorus.
Kyle Bandaccari, Grace Chesmore, and Parisa Valverde aim to investigate the effects of dyes on the lifetime of the model PCBM:P3HT active layer.
Professor Betty Young has received a 4 year subaward from the University of California Berkeley to support her SCU group's work on the SuperCDMS SNOLAB experiment.
Bryan Berggren '16 and Professor Chris Weber study materials with a sophisticated titanium sapphire laser.
Senior Max Silva-Feaver works in the lab of Professor Betty Young building and optimizing advanced superconducting transition-edge sensor arrays.
Meet the new faces in the department: Dr. Kristin Kulas, Dr. Omid ahmadi-Gorgi, Dr. Sucheta Jawalkar, and Dr. Nathan Williams
Solar Cells Made from Goo
Read about the collaboration between Rich Barber (Physics) and Brian McNelis (Chemistry and Biochemistry) and solar cells made from goo.
Our beloved colleague, Fr. Carl Hayn, S.J., died October 21, 2014 at Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in Los Gatos at the age of 98. He had been the oldest living member of the California Province of the Society of Jesus.
Charles currently works on unmanned solar powered aircraft for Titan Aerospace Project at Google.
Will earned his MS in Structural Engineering from Stanford and currently works in Denver.
See what Jimmy Williams '02 is up to.