F. Macia, F. C. Hoppensteadt and A. D. Kent, “Spin wave excitation patterns generated by spin torque oscillators,” Nanotechnology 25, 045303 (2014).
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Moore, Sloan Foundations Data Science Collaboration
Celebrating a Nobel Contribution in the Discovery of the Higgs Boson
MAM | Can a wedding ring really tell you the sex of a baby?
European Research Council Advanced Grant
Docteur Honoris Causa de l'Universite de Lorraine
Professor Andrew Kent has been awarded with an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Lorraine in France.
Simons Foundation: Simons Fellows in Theoretical Physics
Professor Aditi Mitra is selected as a Simons Fellows in Theoretical Physics 2013.
The New Bond: Colloids with valence and specific directional bonding
Yufeng Wang, Yu Wang, Dana R. Breed, Vinothan N. Manoharan, Lang Feng, Andrew D. Hollingsworth, Marcus Weck & David J. Pine. Colloids with valence and specific directional bonding. Nature, 491, 51–55 (01 November 2012).
SPS Leadership Scholarshipby the National Society of Physics Students of the American Institute of Physics
Einstein's Apple: Homogeneous Einstein Fields
Engelbert Schucking and Eugene Surowitz have placed an advanced draft of their book "Einstein's Apple" on Schucking's NYU web page.
College of Arts and Science’s Outstanding Teaching Award 2012
GSAS 2011-2012 Dean's Outstanding Dissertation Award in the Sciences
Jo Bovy (PhD 2011)
"Dynamical Inference in the Milky Way"
38th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference
New York University College of Arts and Science 38th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference
- Bezia Laderman
- Christopher Peel
- Abigail Polin
- Lisa Tran
- Mark Korpics
- Kelvin Rodriguez
"Essentials of Hamiltonian Dynamics"
A new Dynamics textbook by Professor John Lowenstein.
6th Gotham-Metro Condensed Matter Meeting 2011 at NYAS
"Switching field distributions for a Co/Ninanomagnet with perpendicular magnetization under thermal activationand spin-transfer torques"
Daniel Gopman of New York University presented the development of a model of switching field distributions of Cobalt/Nickel nanomagnets in the presence of spin torque transfer and thermal fluctuations. Co/Ni nanomagnets form a two-state spin transfer device that is appropriate for testing magnetization reversal induced by spin transfer with thermal activation. Gopman modeled experimentally obtained switching field distributions (SFD) as thermal activation over a field-dependent energy barrier that is modified by applied currents. Gopman demonstrates that the SFD well describes the thermally activated reversal of a nanomagnet under spin transfer torques.
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