Molecular Simulations Group at CNLS|
- Arriving to CNLS this week:
|Martin Fossat (Apr. 25th, 2016 to May. 14th, 2016) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute |
|Anders Rantzer (May. 2nd, 2016 to May. 3rd, 2016) - Lund University|
|Denis Sheka (May. 1st, 2016 to May. 20th, 2016) Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv |
|Francesco Sorrentino (May. 5th, 2016) - University of New Mexico|
|David Wolpert (May. 2nd, 2016) Santa Fe Institute |
|Jon Yard (May. 4th, 2016 to May. 7th, 2016) Microsoft Research |
- Arriving to CNLS next week:
|Charles Doering (May. 9th, 2016 to May. 10th, 2016) University of Michigan |
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- CNLS postdoc, Ludmil B. Alexandrov recently won a 2015 Science & SciLifeLab Prize for his paper "Understanding the origins of human cancer" in Science.
- T-4/CNLS postdoc Sebastian Deffner was recently hired by the Department of Physics at the University of Maryland Department of Physics at the University of Maryland" We wish Sebastian the best of luck in his future endeavors!
- CNLS postdoc, Anatoly Zlotnik recently published "Phase-selective entrainment of nonlinear oscillator ensembles" in Nature Communications.
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Fuxiang Li co-published a paper with CNLS alumni Nikolai Sinitsyn in Physical Review Letters. View 'Universality in Higher Order Spin Noise Spectroscopy' here.
- CNLS Executive Committee member Jennifer Hollingsworth has been recognized as one of six women statewide to receive a Women in Technology Award from the New Mexico Technology Council.
- CNLS postdoc, Cesar A. Lopez, and CNLS Affiliates Gnana Gnanakaran and Bette T. Korber recently published "Broadly targeted CD8+ T cell responses restricted by major histocompatibility complex E" in Science.
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Sebastian Deffner recently published the paper 'Shortcuts to adiabaticity: suppression of pair production in driven Dirac dynamics' in the New Journal of Physics. He also published Exorcising Maxwells Demon' in APS Physics and 'Quantum stochastic thermodynamic on harmonic networks' in the New Journal of Physics. Additionally, he is quoted in Autonomous Maxwell's demon displays chilling power' in a Physics World Article.
- CNLS Affiliates Ido Regev, Charles Reichhardt, and Turab Lookman recently published "Reversibility and Critically in Amorphous Solids" in Nature Communications.
- CNLS Affiliate and former postdoc, Cristiano Nisoli, recently published "Emergent reduced dimensionality by vertex frustration in artificial spin ice" in Nature Physics.
- T-1/CNLS Postdoc Lyudmyla Adamska recently published two papers. 'Singlet and triplet excitons and charge polarons in cycloparaphenylenes: a density functional theory study' can be found in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, and 'Self-Trapping of Charge Carriers in Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes: Structural Analysis' can be found in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letter.
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Fuxiang Li co-published a paper with CNLS alumni Nikolai Sinitsyn in Nature Physics. View 'Three-stage decoherence dynamics of an electron spin qubit in an optically active quantum dot' here.
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Ivan Christov co-authored an entry in the Royal Society Publishing Blog for their "350 years of the Philosophical Transactions" called "Maxwell's 'other' equations".
- T-4/CNLS postdoc Sebastian Deffner has published "Environment-Assisted Speed-up of the Field Evolution in Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics" in Physics Review Letters, published June 11, 2015.
- EES-16/CNLS postdoc Jeffrey Hyman has received the InterPore Fraunhofer Award for Young Researchers for 2015.
- T-4/CNLS postdoc Sebastian Deffner has published "Ten years of Nature Physics: From spooky foundations" in Nature Physics, published April 30, 2015.
- T-4/CNLS postdoc Alex White has been awarded with the 2015 APS Division of Chemical Physics Doctoral Thesis Award for the best doctoral dissertation in any area of chemical physics.
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- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Ryan Suderman formerly of the University of Kansas. He will be working primarily with Bill Hlavacek of T-6.
- CNLS would like to welcome a our acting deputy director, Eddy Timmermans from T-4 at LANL. Eddy was a former deputy director of the CNLS and will support the Center over the next several months.
- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Joseph Schoonover formerly from Florida State University. Joseph will be working primarily with Wilbert Weijer of CCS-2.
- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Chris Neale formerly from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Chris will be working primarily with Angel Garcia of T-CNLS.
- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Deepjyoti Deka formerly from the University of Texas at Austin. Deka will be working primarily with Misha Chertkov of T-4.
- CNLS is pleased to announce the arrival of its new Center Director, Angel E. Garcia, formerly of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
- CNLS welcomes Dmitrii L. Maslov of the University of Florida and Andrey Chubukov of the University of Wisconsin, Madison as our 2016 Ulam Scholars.
- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Emre Yamangil formerly from Rutgers University. Emre will be working primarily with Russel Bent of A-1.
- CNLS would like to welcome a new postdoc, Charles Lieou formerly from University of California in Santa Barbara. He will be working primarily with Paul Johnson of EES-17.
|What is CNLS?
The Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS) is part of the Laboratory's Theoretical Division, and it organizes research related to
nonlinear and complex systems phenomena. CNLS was formed in October of 1980.
CNLS Mission Statement
- Identify and study complex nonlinear phenomena using a diverse set of research approaches and methodologies, particularly those of statistical physics, nonlinear science, applied mathematics and numerical simulation.
- Promote the use of scientific results in applied research.
- Stimulate the formation of interdisciplinary approaches to complex problems.
- Facilitate the interchange of scientific results and ideas between Laboratory scientists and external centers of excellence.
- Encourage the exploration of new scientific frontiers at the interface between conventional disciplines.
- Support a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary science that underpins the Laboratory's mission in national security.
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