Dr. Peter K Morse has recently made a breakthrough in the memory formation in jammed hard spheres. The results can be found in Physical Review Letters.
Congratulations to Prof. Charbonneau on his promotion to Full Professor!
Congratulations to Prof. Charbonneau for being one of the top 2018 reviewers for the Journal of Chemical Physics. Read more
Congratulations to Prof. Joyjit Kundu for his recent Physical Review Letters publication, which finds evidence for vestiges of dynamical criticality in high-dimensional glasses. This work, in collaboration with Ludovic Berthier, from Université de Montpellier is part of the research efforts supported by the Simons Collaboration on Cracking the Glass Problem. Read more
Prof. Charbonneau gets interviewed by Duke Office of Scientific Integrity, talking about the cultural shift toward routinely depositing and sharing research data. See the interview on dosi.duke.edu.
Take a quick peek at Prof. Patrick Charbonneau’s efforts devoted to cracking glass in a YouTube video featured here on The Duke Daily!
The Exhibit entitled Seeing the Invisible: 50 Years of Macromolecular Visualization, co-curated by Prof. Charbonneau, has opened. It can also be visited online.
Congratulations to Irem Altan for successfully defending her PhD thesis! Link
Prof. Charbonneau has given a lecture in the Bridge Lecture Series titled “The glass problem: changing and challenging material definitions” in St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Canada.