March 26, 2010 - Virginia Lorenz, who recently joined the University of Delaware faculty as an assistant professor of physics and astronomy, is working on one of the hottest areas in physics -- quantum memories. These devices store information in a flash of light and may serve as the basis of future communications networks.
Karl Böer, Richard Murray, and Ferd Williams will be honored for their long time contributions to the Department of Physics and Astronomy on Friday, June 4, at 4:00 p.m. in 130 Sharp Laboratory. A portrait of each individual will be unveiled at a special ceremony during the UD Forum and Alumni Weekend. Please join us.