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Artist rendering of neutron star merger

(Sept. 27, 2022)

A&S Physicist Awarded NSF Grant to Enhance Gravitational Wave Data Analysis

Duncan Brown, Charles Brightman Endowed Professor of Physics and Syracuse University’s Vice President for Research, will develop algorithms and computational techniques to advance gravitational-wave detectors of the future.

Sheldon Stone

(Sept. 15, 2022)

Celebration of Life in Honor of Sheldon Stone to be Held October 7

The ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.

(Aug. 31, 2022)

Searching for the Universe’s Tiniest Clues

Thanks to grants from the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy, A&S physicists Mitch Soderberg and Denver Whittington will continue their research at the cutting edge of neutrino discovery.

Side by side portraits of Stefan Ballmer and Georgia Mansell.

(Aug. 28, 2022)

A&S Physicists Part of NSF PAARE Grant to Diversify Astrophysics

The grant will establish a pathway to success for physics graduate students from underrepresented groups.

(Aug. 19, 2022)

A&S Physicist Awarded NSF Grant to Continue Gravitational Wave Detector Research

Professor Stefan W. Ballmer and his students are collaborating with researchers from MIT to increase detector sensitivity – a key to observing some of the Universe’s most energetic events.

Student presenting research to a small group of people.

(Aug. 10, 2022)

A Home-Grown Path for Future Physicists

Syracuse City School District students get a taste for college-level research alongside A&S faculty through the Syracuse University Research in Physics (SURPh) paid internship.

Side by side portraits of Eric Coughlin, left, and Jillian Scheer, right.

(June 27, 2022)

Two A&S Professors Receive Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards

The awards will support physicist Eric Coughlin’s astrophysical research into deep tidal disruptions and psychologist Jillian Scheer’s work with at-risk LGBTQ populations.

(May 23, 2022)

My Memories of Professor William R. Frederickson

Physics alum Al MacRae (’54, G’57, ’60 PhD) takes us down memory lane by sharing a few of his memories