Summer Highschool Visit
Mila Kryjevskaia invited some interested high school students to visit the physics department this summer. Joe Koteles, a recent NDSU graduate, who is currently teaching at Grafton High School (Grafton, ND), brought 10 students to the Department of Physics for science activities. Physics faculty, as well as graduate and undergraduate students, worked with the students to help them explore various physics phenomena (play with some of our cool demos).
Researchers Contribute to Solar Technology
Editor Comments on Faculty Publication
Sylvo May's article has received a very nice editorial comment! see the full discussion at the journal of controlled release.
Award Recognizes Faculty Member's Contributions!
Research Assistant Professor Andrei Kryjevski received the Dell-Intel Young Investigator Award at the 53rd Sanibel Symposium, February 2013. The Sanibel Symposium, organized by the Quantum Theory Project of the University of Florida, is the longest running, privately organized meeting in the field of the quantum theoretical treatment of electronic structure, spectra, and dynamics. Andrei also received the Second Place Best Paper award at the 2013 IEEE EIT (Electro/Information Technology) International Conference, held in May in Rapid City, SD, for his invited contribution entitled “Spatially Non-uniform Field Response in Arrays of Silicon Quantum Dots: DFT Computation".