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Prof. D'Arruda receives Outstanding Alumni Award from Lowell Tech

April 28, 2015 - Jose D'Arruda, Ph.D. 1971, University of Delaware, has received the Outstanding Physics Alumni Award from Lowell Technological Institute, Lowell, Massachusetts. Each spring the Department of Physics and Applied Physics holds an awards banquet, hosted by the Society of Physics Students and the Graduate Physics Association, to honor student award recipients at both the undergraduate and graduate level. At the 2015 banquet in April, Dr. A'Arruda was presented with the Outstanding Physics Alumni Award.

Colleagues and friends remember Prof. Norbert Mulders

April 23, 2015 - University of Delaware colleagues, friends and students of the late Dr. Norbert Mulders, professor of physics and astronomy, remember him as a dedicated and inspiring teacher, a brilliant experimental physicist and an open and witty companion. Dr. Mulders, a UD alumnus and member of the faculty since 1996, died from complications resulting from esophageal cancer on Monday, March 30. He was 55.

Prof. Böer at the Institute of Energy Conversion this spring

March 12, 2015 - Karl W. Böer, distinguished professor of physics and solar energy, gave a presentation at the Institute of Energy Conversion titled "How to turn CdS p-type using hyper-high-field Böer Domains." He showed that at 125 kV/cm gold electrodes can inject massively holes into CdS, inverting it to become p-type, turning the well-known quenching spectrum with electron density minima at 0.9, 1.2 and 1.3 μm into maxima at nearly the same wavelength.

UD physics alumni Dr. James Dalessio and Dr. John Meyer organize flash mob to promote their new app Called Upgoat

Nov. 6, 2014 - Last week a group of 50 dancers surprised University of Delaware students on The Green with a seemingly spontaneous performance to Michael Jackson’s Thriller in full zombie regalia. Hundreds students and other members of the UD community stopped to watch the zombies perform Jackson’s famous dance. Michael Shay, professor of physics and astronomy, was on The Green at the time of the flash mob. “It was very creative,” said Shay. “It was entertaining to watch all those people dancing to a song from my high school days.

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