Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa

Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa

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Eventful Universe is the Magic of the God/Allah/Infinite- Mind Blowing Facts about the Universe:

The thesis understudying the Universe & Cosmology easy way to in English, codes of law my theories with strong power of philosophy of faculty of science and finally fulfillments find out the Universe Creations & Finality able to see our Creator!

Theory: “Own Mind & Location is the Present and Past for All” In these way- Philosophers finally found- Eventful Universe is the Magic of the God/Allah/Infinite- Mind Blowing Facts about the Universe. Nature’s plan in everything is the Play of Imagination. 1st case was the birth of the Universe not the Big Bang, Birth of the Universe 2nd case was the Big Bang and 3rd case was the evolution. Observatory Scientists are seeking the Big Bang nearly 14 billion years past from us yet! With my theory and philosophy- I was looking at the Big Bang at this place. Again found- the Magic of philosophy- Same moment or event- there are two cases of the Universe. Just at this moment or event everything has created again the same event or very moment nothing created in the Universe. We are looking at the Big Universe again; it is infinitesimal. On the Rule of Science- Looking at the Universe is 14 billion years past from us, again on rule of my theory with philosophy- I am looking our Universe is in my Brain’s molecules. Age of the Universe is nearly 14 billion years yet! On rule my theory with philosophy I find the age of the Universe is yours life-time and life-less position is in the Dark Energy. We and our eventful Universe is copy such like CD and Digital Universe, Real copy is in power of faculty or in imagination power of the God/Allah/Infinite. Again find out- We everybody is the Universe & Location of Our Home planet is the center point in the Universe because- We are here. Also our Sun is centered from the Sun location. You are center point from your location & I’m center point from my location yet my very Brain is Centre of the Universe. Also your brain is Centre yet when you fulfillment is understood following URLs thesis- A New World & Universe to Explore Alone. Then you can tell that- My very Brain is the Centre & Only way of Portal to the Universe. At: https://lnkd.in/fUqC_ce
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The thesis Reward for the Mankind & It for Scientific Global:


A New World & Universe to Explore Alone:

You are aware that in the research activities of space science and creation mystery there is no need for an academic or university higher degree. In this regard in the past history the names of philosophers are recorded who have contributed something new for mankind of the world but they did not attain academic education of their own. Yet! Alfred Nobel says that- Present time needs Higher Education for Nobel Prize in Physics.


A New Universe to Explore Alone:

See into following below in the link page: Sketch of the Universe and History of famous scientists Galileo, Einstein, Hawking, Darwin, Hubble & James Peebles- in PDF URLs version: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-universe-explore-alone-shahidur-rahman-sikder/?published=t
In order of merit found realism- Who is the right one for World frontier & Higher Degrees of World fore-knowledge of Philosophy of faculty of Sciences, Astronomy, Astrophysics & Cosmology with Infinite and Infinitesimal???????


A New World to Explore Alone:

Albert Einstein's comment was right, “Science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind”. In my research result-now I can take the resolution that- “Science with religion is natural and religion with science is vision”. See importance- Religious are a Religion a Nation at: bit.ly/38aieqE


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Can give Support for world frontier & Higher Education Degrees with Support My Goals!
Can't get enough space physics seminar? Try these: https://msolss.github.io/MagSeminars/ with the previous seminars available at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNlOK9mCmI3V111EHQRCuEQ/
This is a good resource for physics students and researchers as well:
Greetings from the Popular Astronomy Club, host for NCRAL(North Central Region of the Astronomical League) 2019 May 3-5 in Moline, Illinois. We extend a cordial invitation to anyone interested in Astronomy. We have special pricing for students. For additional information please see our NCRAL website. Hope to see you in Moline! https://ncral2019.org/
A wonderful new play!
If you are a UIowa grad student, please vote for COGS to recertify and continue their important negotiations on behalf of UIowa graduate students. It will only take you a moment.
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Congratulations to Prof Scudder.
The JPL Education Office has featured undergraduate student Zachary Luppen in a Q&A.
Professor Ken Gayley has a lead role in this production!
Would you be interested sharing your passion of the sky at TAKO's Star Party on September 23rd! Please message me if you are interested. We had a great turn out last year! Check out Take A Kid Outdoors -Iowa's Facebook event page for details!

Welcome to the Department of Physics and Astronomy! All of the department's courses and advanced laboratories are taught by faculty members. Faculty members also supervise associated laboratories taught by graduate students.

Enrollment in courses beyond the elementary level is typically 15 to 20 students; there is ample opportunity for individual work. Special introductory courses are offered for students majoring in physics and astronomy and for others with a special interest in these topics.

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What are the origins of gold in the universe? A scientist raised in Iowa found the answer 11/05/2021

What are the origins of gold in the universe? A scientist raised in Iowa found the answer

What are the origins of gold in the universe? UI alum Brian Metzger found the answer. https://www.iowapublicradio.org/ipr-news/2021-11-03/what-are-the-origins-of-gold-in-the-universe-a-scientist-raised-in-iowa-found-the-answer

What are the origins of gold in the universe? A scientist raised in Iowa found the answer Burlington local Brian Metzger joined Ben Kieffer on River to River to discuss how his theory on the origins of gold and other heavy metals in the universe was recently proven to be true.

From small towns to a big NASA gig 11/05/2021

From small towns to a big NASA gig

Recent University of Iowa graduates Andrew Carton and Ryan Helland grew up in small communities in Iowa never dreaming they’d be involved in space research. But through their academic experiences at Iowa, they both secured jobs with TRACERS, a landmark NASA mission. https://stories.uiowa.edu/iowa-grads-from-small-towns-land-big-nasa-gig

From small towns to a big NASA gig Recent University of Iowa graduates Andrew Carton and Ryan Helland grew up in small communities in Iowa never dreaming they’d be involved in space research. But through their academic experiences at Iowa, they both secured jobs with a landmark NASA mission.

11/02/2021

Ohannes Kamer Koseyan, a Ph.D, student in Professor Yasar Onel's lab, has won an award from Universities Research Association. https://physics.uiowa.edu/news/2021/11/koseyan-wins-universities-research-association-award

Ohannes Kamer Koseyan, a Ph.D, student in Professor Yasar Onel's lab, has won an award from Universities Research Association. https://physics.uiowa.edu/news/2021/11/koseyan-wins-universities-research-association-award

10/29/2021

Congratulations to Austin "Hunter" Reaves for successfully defending his Master's thesis today! Hunter will graduate with his Master's in Physics in December. 🎉👨‍🎓
Thesis Title: Applications of nanofabrication in X-ray astronomy
Committee: Professors Casey DeRoo (advisor), Thomas Folland, and Keri Hoadley

Congratulations to Austin "Hunter" Reaves for successfully defending his Master's thesis today! Hunter will graduate with his Master's in Physics in December. 🎉👨‍🎓
Thesis Title: Applications of nanofabrication in X-ray astronomy
Committee: Professors Casey DeRoo (advisor), Thomas Folland, and Keri Hoadley

UI Professor Keri Hoadley takes on FIREBall-2 mission 10/29/2021

UI Professor Keri Hoadley takes on FIREBall-2 mission

https://dailyiowan.com/2021/10/29/university-of-iowa-professor-keri-hoadley-takes-on-fireball-2-mission/#

UI Professor Keri Hoadley takes on FIREBall-2 mission Keri Hoadley, assistant professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Iowa, won an award from the California Institute of Technology to study how galaxies, planets and stars are created for the FIREBall-2 mission. The mission’s research consists of a balloon telescope that finds and comp...

Photos from Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa's post 10/28/2021

David Miles and Ananya Sen Gupta recently won an award from the
Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) to build constellation ready magnetometers for use on small spacecraft. https://physics.uiowa.edu/news/2021/10/ui-researchers-win-award-build-magnetometers-nanosatellites

10/21/2021

Physicists describe photons’ characteristics inherent to protecting future quantum computing.
https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/10/physicists-describe-photons-characteristics-inherent-protecting-future-quantum-computing

Physicists describe photons’ characteristics inherent to protecting future quantum computing.
https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/10/physicists-describe-photons-characteristics-inherent-protecting-future-quantum-computing

10/19/2021

Be sure to stop by VAN316 and support the SPS Bake Sale with a free will donation!!! 🍪 🍪

Be sure to stop by VAN316 and support the SPS Bake Sale with a free will donation!!! 🍪 🍪

Photos from Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa's post 10/15/2021

Congratulations to two of our PhD students on receiving competitive Graduate College Fellowships!

Ashok Tiwari was awarded the Ballard and Seashore Dissertation Fellowship. This fellowship provides a $10,500 stipend for the spring 2022 semester, as well as a tuition scholarship and 50% of mandatory and course fees paid. Ashok's thesis advisor is Dr. John Sunderland. His research concentrates on dosimetry post radiopharmaceutical therapy and quantitative imaging in nuclear medicine. He recently explored the dosimetry of beta-emitting radionuclides by employing the Monte Carlo simulations and performed its experimental validation using Radiochromic films.

Dylan Paré has been awarded with the Graduate College Post-Comprehensive Research Fellowship for the spring 2022 semester. He will receive $10,500 for the semester, as well as a tuition scholarship plus 50% of the mandatory fees. Dylan's thesis advisor is Professor Cornelia Lang. His research at Iowa is on the Galactic Center studying the properties of non-thermal structures seen throughout that region.

Photos from Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa's post 10/14/2021

Keri Hoadley, assistant professor of Physics and Astronomy, recently won a $99,880 award from the California Institute of Technology to continue her work on the Faint Intergalactic-medium Redshifted Emission Balloon (FIREBall-2) mission.

FIREBall-2 is a suborbital balloon telescope designed to discover and map pristine gas emissions, observing a component of galaxies that plays a key role in how galaxies form and evolve. The instruments detect the gas outside of galaxies at a time in the universe when galaxies appear to form stars at a slower pace than they had in the past. The mission observes more than 200 galaxies in the universe to increase chances of observing this extremely faint signal.
https://physics.uiowa.edu/news/2021/10/hoadley-awarded-grant-fireball-2-mission

09/28/2021

Congratulations to Physics & Astronomy PhD student, Cecilia Fasano, for winning a competitively-awarded fellowship from the Iowa Space Grant Consortium in the amount of $4000! The fellowship supports Fasano's work in making high performance echelle gratings for UV astronomy.

Congratulations to Physics & Astronomy PhD student, Cecilia Fasano, for winning a competitively-awarded fellowship from the Iowa Space Grant Consortium in the amount of $4000! The fellowship supports Fasano's work in making high performance echelle gratings for UV astronomy.

09/25/2021

Congratulations Professor Michael Flatté on new funding from the Department of Energy!
https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/09/ui-physicist-part-team-receiving-doe-grant

Congratulations Professor Michael Flatté on new funding from the Department of Energy!
https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/09/ui-physicist-part-team-receiving-doe-grant

09/25/2021

Congratulations to Professor Casey DeRoo on his new award from NASA entitled “Quantifying the Spectral Resolution of Next-Generation Diffraction Gratings for Ultraviolet Astronomy”

Congratulations to Professor Casey DeRoo on his new award from NASA entitled “Quantifying the Spectral Resolution of Next-Generation Diffraction Gratings for Ultraviolet Astronomy”

09/25/2021

Congratulations to Professor Fred Skiff on a new award from the Naval Research Laboratory entitled “Measurements of suprathermal electron distributions using whistler wave absorption”

Congratulations to Professor Fred Skiff on a new award from the Naval Research Laboratory entitled “Measurements of suprathermal electron distributions using whistler wave absorption”

09/25/2021

Congratulations to Joshua Doucette for a new award from Brookhaven National Lab. The award is for undergraduates from the ATLAS institutions in the U.S. to work at a national lab (the name of the program is SUPER).

Joshua is the undergraduate advisee of Professor Usha Mallik.

Congratulations to Joshua Doucette for a new award from Brookhaven National Lab. The award is for undergraduates from the ATLAS institutions in the U.S. to work at a national lab (the name of the program is SUPER).

Joshua is the undergraduate advisee of Professor Usha Mallik.

09/13/2021

Congratulations to Professor Phil Kaaret on his new award from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) titled “X-Ray Jets in Microquasars”!

Congratulations to Professor Phil Kaaret on his new award from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) titled “X-Ray Jets in Microquasars”!

Could space storms affect life on Earth? University of Iowa researchers are trying to find out 08/24/2021

Could space storms affect life on Earth? University of Iowa researchers are trying to find out

https://www.press-citizen.com/story/news/education/university-of-iowa/2021/08/23/university-iowa-magnetic-space-storms-nasa-research-tracer-northern-lights/8092268002/

Could space storms affect life on Earth? University of Iowa researchers are trying to find out University of Iowa's space exploration legacy, which includes past history of with NASA, leads to present-day research on Earth's magnetic shield.

08/17/2021

Congratulations to Professor Hai Fu who was awarded an NSF AARG award entitled "A Comprehensive Study of Nearby Galaxy Mergers with a Massive Integral-Field Spectroscopic Survey"

Congratulations to Professor Hai Fu who was awarded an NSF AARG award entitled "A Comprehensive Study of Nearby Galaxy Mergers with a Massive Integral-Field Spectroscopic Survey"

08/16/2021

We have a great incoming graduate student class -- Welcome students, and enjoy your orientation week!

We have a great incoming graduate student class -- Welcome students, and enjoy your orientation week!

08/13/2021

Please be sure to join us for the Virtual Demo show tomorrow at 5:00 pm! Email [email protected] for the zoom link.

Please be sure to join us for the Virtual Demo show tomorrow at 5:00 pm! Email [email protected] for the zoom link.

08/11/2021

Congratulations to Dr. David Bernstein for successfully defending his PhD thesis this morning!
Thesis Title: Friction in Strongly Coupled and Strongly Magnetized Plasmas
Thesis Committee: Professors Scott Baalrud, Gregory Howes, Robert Merlino, Fred Skiff and Trevor Lafleur (Plasma Potential, Australia)

Congratulations to Dr. David Bernstein for successfully defending his PhD thesis this morning!
Thesis Title: Friction in Strongly Coupled and Strongly Magnetized Plasmas
Thesis Committee: Professors Scott Baalrud, Gregory Howes, Robert Merlino, Fred Skiff and Trevor Lafleur (Plasma Potential, Australia)

Photos from Department of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Iowa's post 08/05/2021

Congratulations to Dr. Cassandra Bogh who successfully defended her PhD thesis August 4th!

Thesis Title: Ultrafast Pump-Probe Spectroscopic Investigations of Mid-IR Superlattices and Creation of Metamaterial Lenses for More Efficient LEDs
Thesis Committee: Professor John Prineas (Advisor), David Andersen, Christopher Cheatum, Craig Pryor, Vincent Rodgers, and Fatima Toor

Second photo with proud parents. Photo credit to Prof. Rodgers

08/04/2021

Please join us for our virtual Demo Show - you will not be disappointed! To register, please email [email protected] and he will send you the zoom link

Please join us for our virtual Demo Show - you will not be disappointed! To register, please email [email protected] and he will send you the zoom link

U-I research studying wind and electric fields on the sun - Radio Iowa 08/02/2021

U-I research studying wind and electric fields on the sun - Radio Iowa

Professor Jasper Halekas was interviewed by Radio Iowa regarding his research studying wind and electric fields on the sun
https://www.radioiowa.com/2021/07/30/u-i-research-studying-wind-and-electric-fields-on-the-sun/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+RadioIowaNews+%28Radio+Iowa+News%29

U-I research studying wind and electric fields on the sun - Radio Iowa Sure, it’s been sweltering in Iowa this week, but University of Iowa researchers are doing groundbreaking studies on an environment that’s beyond scorching — using data from a spacecraft that’s orbiting the sun. U-I physics and astronomy professor Jasper Halekas is the lead author of a repor...

MagneToRE: Mapping the 3-D Magnetic Structure of the Solar Wind Using a Large Constellation of Nanosatellites 07/28/2021

MagneToRE: Mapping the 3-D Magnetic Structure of the Solar Wind Using a Large Constellation of Nanosatellites

Congratulations to Professor David Miles and team on the NASA funding of a small concept study for a 24 cubesat solar wind mission that they’re developing as a future MIDEX proposal. An Iowa built magnetometer would be the primary payload on each spacecraft. Ben Maruca at Delaware is the lead.

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fspas.2021.665885/abstract

MagneToRE: Mapping the 3-D Magnetic Structure of the Solar Wind Using a Large Constellation of Nanosatellites Unlike the vast majority of astrophysical plasmas, the solar wind is accessible to spacecraft, which for decades have carried in-situ instruments for directly measuring its particles and fields. Though such measurements provide precise and detailed information, a single spacecraft on its own cannot....

07/21/2021

Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth Heitritter on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis!
Thesis Committee: Professors Vincent Rodgers (advisor), Yannick Meurice, Wayne Polyzou, Craig Pryor, and Hao Fang (Dept. of Mathematics)
Thesis Title: Cosmological Implications of the Diffeomorphism Field

Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth Heitritter on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis!
Thesis Committee: Professors Vincent Rodgers (advisor), Yannick Meurice, Wayne Polyzou, Craig Pryor, and Hao Fang (Dept. of Mathematics)
Thesis Title: Cosmological Implications of the Diffeomorphism Field

07/20/2021

Congratulations to Dr. Anindya Ghosh for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on July 16th!
Thesis Committee: Professors Usha Mallik (advisor), Philip Kaaret, Vincent Rodgers, Frederick Skiff, and Spyridon Argyropoulos from Albert Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg, DE
Thesis Title: Search for dark matter in association with a Standard Model Higgs boson decaying to two b-quarks with the ATLAS detector

Congratulations to Dr. Anindya Ghosh for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on July 16th!
Thesis Committee: Professors Usha Mallik (advisor), Philip Kaaret, Vincent Rodgers, Frederick Skiff, and Spyridon Argyropoulos from Albert Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg, DE
Thesis Title: Search for dark matter in association with a Standard Model Higgs boson decaying to two b-quarks with the ATLAS detector

Jumpstarting Tomorrow Seed Grant Program | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa 07/16/2021

Jumpstarting Tomorrow Seed Grant Program | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa

Congratulations to Professor Ravi Uppu and team on being awarded the P3 Jumpstarting Tomorrow Seed Grant!
https://research.uiowa.edu/jumpstarting-tomorrow-seed-grant-program

Jumpstarting Tomorrow Seed Grant Program | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa Round 2 Letters of Intent (LOI) Due October 1. Round 2 applications are due November 15 (invitation only).

UI research funding sets new record in FY2021 | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa 07/16/2021

UI research funding sets new record in FY2021 | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa

Physics & Astronomy helps UI set new record in FY2021 Research Funding
https://research.uiowa.edu/impact/news/ui-research-funding-sets-new-record-fy2021

UI research funding sets new record in FY2021 | Office of the Vice President for Research | The University of Iowa Despite the enormous hurdles presented by the pandemic, the University of Iowa secured its highest-ever level of external funding for research, scholarship, and creative activities last year—including research contributing to the development of effective COVID-19 vaccines and treatments.

Physicist wins award for space-based technology 07/15/2021

Physicist wins award for space-based technology

Professor Casey DeRoo wins award for space-based technology

https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/07/physicist-wins-award-space-based-technology

Physicist wins award for space-based technology A University of Iowa physicist has won an award from NASA to improve the readiness of a particular technology for future space-based missions. Casey DeRoo will focus on building and measuring the performance of an optical element known as diffraction grating.

Physicists led by University of Iowa more fully describe sun’s electric field 07/15/2021

Physicists led by University of Iowa more fully describe sun’s electric field

Physicists led by University of Iowa more fully describe sun’s electric field
https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/07/physicists-led-university-iowa-more-fully-describe-suns-electric-field?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=noonnews

Physicists led by University of Iowa more fully describe sun’s electric field A team of physicists led by the University of Iowa have described in fuller detail the sun’s electric field. The researchers measured the flow of electrons streaming from the sun as the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft made its closest approach to date to our home star.

Physicists win NASA funding to upgrade astronomical space telescopes 07/15/2021

Physicists win NASA funding to upgrade astronomical space telescopes

Professors Keri Hoadley and Casey DeRoo (Co-I) win NASA funding to upgrade astronomical space telescopes

https://now.uiowa.edu/2021/06/physicists-win-nasa-funding-upgrade-astronomical-space-telescopes

Physicists win NASA funding to upgrade astronomical space telescopes University of Iowa physicists have won NASA funding to fabricate and test gratings for use in the ultraviolet range in space-based astronomy. Keri Hoadley and Casey DeRoo will use the $900,000 to create reflection gratings superior to those typically used for large, astronomical space telescopes.

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