NEWS | May 11, 2018

Back to the Future: Quantum Dark Matter presentation, May 23

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.)

A "Back to the Future: Quantum Dark Matter" lecture will be presented by the UC Davis Department of Physics on Wednesday, May 23, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Education Building (Lecture Hall 1222) on the university's Sacramento campus, 4610 X Street.

Laura Greene
Laura Greene

Join Laura H. Greene, chief scientist, National High Field Magnet Laboratory (MagLab), and professor of physics, Florida State University, and outgoing chair of the American Physical Society for a conversational lecture followed by a question-and-answer session — for academics, other scientists and laypersons alike.

Quantum materials host a plethora of exotic properties and this presentation will lead attendees through the many connections as well as subtleties of electronic escapades in quantum materials. The lecture will explore superconductivity and the bizarre behaviors of some quantum materials, and show some of the transformative applications.

For more information contact Crystal Masuda at 530-752-5005 or email clmasuda@ucdavis.edu.

Click here to register.