UT physicists have developed mathematical processes that have the potential to speed up computers far beyond conventional machines and make data storage and processing cheaper and more energy efficient.
Department of Physics and Astronomy News
UT researchers have succeeded in manipulating the electronic behavior of a sheet material the thickness of a single atom layer without compromising its chemical composition or structural integrity.
Jaan Mannik, assistant professor of physics, will present “Physics and Nanotechnology to Study Bacterial Cells” at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 11, at this week’s Saturday Morning Physics lecture.
Join Professor and Newton W. and Wilma C. Thomas Endowed Chair Anthony Mezzacappa for a Saturday Morning Physics lecture.
A group of students from UT and a trio of Knoxville high schools will get an out of this world opportunity Wednesday to chat with an astronaut on the International Space Station.
This week’s Saturday Morning Physics lecture will feature Professor Stefan Spanier talking about the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, and how it has enabled physicists to study fundamental laws of nature.
Assistant Professor Sowjanya Gollapinni will discuss “The Ghostly Neutrinos” at 10 a.m. Saturday, February 18.
Looking for something new to do this Saturday? Join UT’s Department of Physics and Astronomy for their second lecture in a new series, “Saturday Morning Physics.”
Antimatter. The Big Bang. Ghostly neutrinos. The public is invited to spend Saturday mornings this spring with UT’s Department of Physics and Astronomy learning about intriguing and newsworthy science topics
Gov. Haslam recently visited Oak Ridge to honor the area’s role in the discovery of Tennessine.