Professor David Schwab and the Sloan Foundation logo.
Funding will support his interdisciplinary research and his work with The Graduate Center’s Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences. Read more
A short time ago, Gyory, a third-year doctoral student, was invited by WIRED to discuss the nature of gravity in episode 10 of their "5 Levels" web series. Read more
Professor Charles Liu (Credit: The Graduate Center, CUNY, Alex Irklievski)
From the Big Bang to string theory, Professor Charles Liu offers readers of his new book elegant, 30-second explanations of some of the most intriguing concepts in astrophysics and quantum mechanics. Read more
Charles Liu, Karen Masters, and Sevil Salur
30-Second Universe: 50 most significant ideas, theories, principles and events that sum up the field
(Ivy Press, 2019)
Professors Robert Anderson, Andrea Alù, and Matthew Sfeir were recognized for producing multiple papers ranking in the top 1% by citations in their field. Read more
Graduate Center professor and City College of New York Physics Department Chair Vinod Menon and his team have published a new paper detailing a significant breakthrough in the world of photonics. Read more
The award from Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers recognizes his contributions to novel electromagnetic materials and their application. Read more
Graduate Center physics doctoral students Steven Vallone and Anthony Tantillo in collaboration with Physics professor Karl Sandeman (Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center) have recently published a paper about the search for possible ways to find solid-state refrigerant materials that can have a very low ecological footprint.
For an extended summary of this research and the original paper in “Advanced Materials,”
June 2019. see below...
The awards honor America's most innovative young faculty-rank scientists and engineers. Read more
Professors Andrea Alù and Patrizia Casaccia win grants of up to $12.17 million for open-ended research in neuroscience and photonics — among the largest for the GC’s Advanced Science Research Center. Read more