Marcus Group Research Featured on Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics

Images from research conducted by the Andrew Marcus lab in the OCO was featured on the cover of the program for the annual Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics.

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1st Annual "Why Study Science?" Panel

The University of Oregon STEMCORE and SPICE Programs will be hosting the first annual "Why Study Science?" Panel, directed towards current high schoolers interested in, or curious about, studying science in college. It will be held on January 22nd, 2014 at 6:30pm in UO's Willamette Hall, room 110.

Panel on Science Careers

Date: 
January 22, 2014 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Speaker: 
Moderated Panel Discution
Speaker's Institution: 
University of Oregon

Why Pursue Science in College?

Get all your questions answered at the

1st Annual University of Oregon Why Study Science? Panel!

TBD

Date: 
February 11, 2014 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Speaker: 
Yunfeng Xiao
Speaker's Institution: 
Peking University

Graduate Career Seminar

Date: 
November 11, 2013 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Speaker: 
Stephanie Majewski
Speaker's Institution: 
UO Physics Department

Experimental Test of Error-Disturbance Uncertainty Relations in Photon Polarization Measurement Keiichi Edamatsu

Date: 
October 3, 2013 -
11:00am to 12:00pm
Speaker: 
Keiichi Edamatsu
Speaker's Institution: 
Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University

We experimentally test the error-disturbance uncertainty relations exploiting a generalized measurement for a single-photon polarization quit. The test is carried out by linear optical devices that realizes variable measurement strength from a weak measurement to a projection measurement.

OCO Professor Ben McMorran wins hard to get DOE award

UO physicist Benjamin J.

Physical Chemistry Rotation Talks

Date: 
June 10, 2013 -
1:45pm to 4:15pm
Speaker: 
Chemistry Graduate Students
Speaker's Institution: 
University of Oregon

(Im-)Proving Landauer's Principle

Date: 
May 22, 2013 -
11:00am to 12:30pm
Speaker: 
David Reeb
Speaker's Institution: 
Technical University Munich

Landauer's Principle connects information processing and thermodynamics as it enforces a certain amount of heat dissipation during the logically irreversible erasure of information. We formulate in precise mathematical and microscopic terms the minimal setup for Landauer's Principle. Based on this, we give a proof of an improved version of the Principle, which is formulated in terms of an equality rather than inequality.

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