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- Arriving to CNLS this week:
|Bjoern Baumeier (Sep. 14th, 2020 to Oct. 2nd, 2020) Eindhoven University of Technology |
- Arriving to CNLS next week:
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- CNLS Postdoctoral fellow Bin Yan co-authored with Nikolai Sinitsyn an opinion article in Scientific American titled "The Auantum Butterfly Effect" (see link here: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-quantum-butterfly-non-effect/?previewid=1105315E-F2B3-421C-B29CD4BDE9AE1850 )
- Srirupa Chakravorky (T-6/CNLS) was awarded the American Chemical Society (ACS), Wiley Computers in Chemistry Outstanding Postdoc Award for her work “Harnessing high-throughput modeling and graph theory towards the topological characterization of densely glycosylated proteins” at the ACS fall meeting. Srirupa is mentored by S Gnanakaran (T-6).
- CNLS student Lillian Petersen, wins the First Prize in the Regeneron Science Talent search: https://www.npr.org/2020/07/30/897076414/high-school-senior-created-model-to-end-food-insecurity
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Bin Yan published two papers in Physical Review Letters about the scrambling of quantum information. One work was done with alumni Nikolai Sinitsyn (T-4); the other was with Wojciech Zurek (T-4) and Lukasz Cincio (T-4). View articles "Information Scrambling and Loschmidt Echo" [Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 160603 (2020)] and "Recovery of Damaged Information and the Out-of-Time-Ordered Correlators" [Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 040605 (2020)]. The papers can be found here:
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Ying Su co-authored two recent papers in Physical Review Letters:
- “Skyrmion crystal from RKKY interaction mediated by 2D electron gas”, by Z Wang, Ying Su, S-Z Lin, and C. D. Batista. Physical Review Letters 124, 207201 (2020) (https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.207201)
- “Valley polarization and inversion in strained graphene via pseudo-Landau levels, valley splitting of real Landau levels and confined states”, by S-Y Li, Ying Su, Y-N Ren, and L He. Physical Review Letters 124, 106802 (2020) (https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.106802)
- T-6/CNLS Postdoc Steven Sanche and collaborators (Yen Ting Lin (CCS-3) Chonggang Xu (EES-14), Ethan Romero-Severson (T-6), Nick Hengartner (T-6), and Ruian Ke (T-6), published a now highly cited paper describing the early dynamics of the Coronavirus 2 outbreak in Wuhan, China. The paper “High Contagiousness and Rapid Spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2” Emerging Infectious Diseases, 26, July 2020, can be found here:(https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/7/20-0282_article?fbclid=IwAR0W7f4sRR6pnO5q9i5oHjoD4_qgz-5TG5OfMRNStUnf7GCeq7uuJBbYsAM
- 2019 CNLS Summer student Yuri Muniz, his advisor Wilton Kort-Kamp, and collaborators published a paper on ultrafast generation of entangled two-photon states in plasmonic nanostructures has just been published in Physical Review Letters (https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.125.033601)
- Congratulations to Christopher Hannon, T5/CNLS GRA, who recently won the best paper award at ACM PADS (Principles of Advanced Discrete Simulation) conference.
- Congratulations Enrique Batista, CNLS Deputy Director, and Ping Yang, T-1, on being recognized and awarded LANL Distinguished Postdoc Mentors Awards. This award recognizes the positive impact and contributions that a mentor makes during a postdoc's appointment and who demonstrate a level of mentoring beyond expectations. Congratulations Enrique and Ping!
- T-4/CNLS Postdoc Fuxiang Li co-published a paper with CNLS alumni Nikolai Sinitsyn and Prof. Vladimir Y Chernyak from Wayne State University in Physical Review Letters. View 'Quantum Annealing and Thermalization: Insights from Integrability' here.
- Congratulations to Angel E. Garcia, the Director of CNLS, on being named a 2018 Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellow.
- Congratulations to Sergei Tretiak, a member of the CNLS Executive Committee, on being named a 2018 Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellow.
- Jennifer Hollingsworth, a member fo the CNLS Executive Committee, has been named a 2018 Fellow by the American Physics Society (APS).
Wilton Kort-Kamp, former CNLS postdoc and current LANL T-4 staff, was awarded the Leon Heller Postdoctoral Publication Prize in Theoretical Physics.
- Sydney Andrews Receives DOE Graduate Fellowship, Los Alamos Daily Post article
- Christopher Neale's slides titled 'How to Give an Effective Research Presentation' are available here.
- CNLS postdoc, Wilton Kort-Kamp recently published "Casimir force phase transitions in the graphene family" in Nature Communications.
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- CNLS would like to welcome Adam Rupe from the University of California at Davies, who will be working with Monty Vasselinov (EES-16) and Aric Hagberg (CCS_DO).
- CNLS would like to welcome Lauren Castro from the University of Texas at Austin, who will be working with Sara del Valle (A-1) and Carrie Manore (A-1).
- CNLS would like to welcome Daniel Burrill from the University of Pittsburgh, who will be working with Ping Yang (T-1) and Enrique Batista (CNLS).
- CNLS would like to welcome James Sadler from Oxford University, who will be working with Hui Li (T-2) and Kirk Flippo (P-24).
- CNLS would like to welcome Wneting Li from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, who will be working with Deep Deka (T-5) and Aric Hagberg (CCS-DO).
- CNLS would like to welcome Julia Cen from the University of London, who will be working with Avahd Saxena (T-4).
- CNLS would like to welcome Morgan Gorris from the University of California at Irvine, who will be working with Carrie Manore (A-1) and Sara del Valle (A-1).
- CNLS would like to welcome Forrest Sheldon from the University of California, San Diego who will be working with Marc Vuffray and Francesco Caravelli in T-4, and Andrey Lokhov in T-5.
- CNLS would like to welcome Ryan Jadrich from the University of Illinois Urbana who will be working with Chris Ticknor, Kipton Barros, and Jeffrey Leiding in T-1.
- CNLS would like to welcome Danny Rehn from Stanford University who will be working with Ann Wills in XCP-5.
- CNLS would like to welcome Tillmann Weisser from the University of Toulouse who will be working with Sidhant Misra in T-5.
- CNLS would like to welcome Andreas Baertschi from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich who will be working with Stephan Eidenbnez with NSEC and Hristo Djidjev in CCS-3.
- CNLS would like to welcome Yigit Subasi from the University of Maryland who will be working with Rolando Somma in T-4 and Andrew Somborger in CCS-7.
- CNLS would like to welcome Amy Migliori from the University of California, San Diego who will be working with Chris Neale in T-6.
- CNLS would like to welcome Justin Smith from the University of Florida who will be working with Sergei Tretiak in T-1 and Kipton Barros in T-1.
- CNLS would like to welcome Ingo Tews from the Technical University of Darmstadt who will be working with Joseph Carlson in T-2, Joseph Gandolfi in T-2 , and Joshua Dolence in in CCS-2.
|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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