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In a new paper, Roy’s team outlines the unusual quantum behavior of a new material they created, cerium silicon iodide.
This award is meant to recognize faculty who have created an outstanding body of research and cultivated a deep commitment to education during the first five years of their academic careers.
This award is meant to recognize an individual whose work has demonstrated creativity and created a positive impact in leading research in the field of inorganic chemistry
Research shows that negative refraction of mid-IR polaritons occurs for propagation normal to the interface of two-dimensional van der Waal materials
Columbia researchers find evidence of waveguiding in a unique quantum material, counting expectations about how metals conduct light.
The Earle K. Plyer Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics recognizes notable contributions to the field of molecular spectroscopy and dynamics. Zhu is recognized for seminal research in the spectroscopy and dynamics of molecular condensed materials.
The James C. McGroddy Prize recognizes and encourages outstanding achievement in the science and application of new materials. Hone is recognized for his seminal contributions to the synthesis and assembly of high-quality 2D materials and their heterostructures.