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The University of Maryland has established two new interdisci-plinary research institutes at the forefront of Condensed Matter
 

Summary: The University of Maryland has established two new interdisci-
plinary research institutes at the forefront of Condensed Matter
physics and Atomic and Molecular Optics research. The Joint
Quantum Institute (JQI, www.JQI.umd.edu) was formed jointly
with the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) to explore fundamental issues in quantum coherent
phenomena. The newly established Center for Nanophysics
and Advanced Materials (CNAM, www.CNAM.umd.edu) is
focused on frontier issues in condensed matter physics. There
is considerable overlap and synergy between the two organiza-
tions. Together the CNAM, JQI and Physics department offer
a very broad and active research environment.
Graduate Assistantships in Condensed Matter and
Atomic Physics at the University of Maryland
The CNAM brings together 17 University of Maryland Physics
faculty covering most areas of condensed matter and
nanophysics research, including:
Correlated electron physics, e.g. superconductivity, reduced-
dimensionality electron systems, quantum-based mesoscop-
ics, spintronics, quantum condensed phases, semiconductors

  

Source: Appelbaum, Ian - Department of Physics, University of Maryland at College Park

 

Collections: Engineering; Materials Science