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Congratulations! Dr. Sandhu Popescu to receive the Dirac Medal from the Institute of Physics in recognition for "his fundamental and influential research into non-locality and his contribution to the foundations of quantum physics."
+ - Professor Roman Buniy awarded Wang-Fradkin Professorship
Congratulations! Dr. Roman Buniy awarded Wang-Fradkin Professorship at Chapman's 21st Annual Faculty Honors Convocation, May 2016.
+ - QS: M&F - Article of the Year
Read the Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations Article of the Year - Heisenberg scaling with weak measurement: a quantum state discrimination point of view.
Congratulations to the authors - Andrew Jordan, Jeff Tollaksen, James Troupe, Justin Dressel, Yakir Aharonov.
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A Few Physics Wonders - Superoscillations series - Divergent series -
Sir Michael Berry came visiting Chapman campus ready to talk about some of the beautiful things that physicists actually do. Intentionally accessible to anybody, this free and open to the community colloquium uses non-technical language and a multi-media experience. A Few Physics Wonders is generally appealing to an audience interested in science, especially those who find the work of other great physicists, like Einstein or Hawking, inspirational.
Following his fun, standing-room-only popular talk, Sir Michael Berry hosted an open, five-part series of technical seminars focused on Superoscillations, and concluded with a supplementary sixth presentation from his Divergent Series: From Thomas Bayes's Bewilderment to Today's Resurgence Via the Rainbow.
Watch all of Sir Michael Berry's live-recorded lectures hosted by the Institute for Quantum Studies.