April 2022 News

A chip that could sense dark photons (first image) and an axion detector, HAYSTAC, could fit on a tabletop despite their high sensitivity. (FIRST IMAGE) ROGER ROMANI/UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY; (SECOND IMAGE) KARL VAN BIBBER
April 29, 2022
The Haloscope at Yale Sensitive to Axion CDM (HAYSTAC) experiment, located in Wright Lab, is searching for a dark matter candidate called the axion using innovative...
April 29, 2022
O. Keith Baker, the D. Allan Bromley Professor of Physics is one of eight Yale faculty members recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Baker’s research...
April 25, 2022
On April 13, 2022, Yale Physics Graduate Student, Joseph Sullivan successfully defended his thesis “Quilting topological phases of matter with quantum thread: a Luttinger...
April 22, 2022
Kimmy Cushman and Aritra Ghosh were both winners in the Yale 2022 3-Minute Thesis Competition sponsored by the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Yale Alumni...
April 22, 2022
Kimmy Cushman, graduate student with George Fleming, has won a P.E.O. Scholar Award. The P.E.O. Scholar Awards was established in 1991 to provide substantial merit-based...