Photo: Members of the first WIP group at the 40th Anniversary Women In Physics Reunion -- October 2016
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Mohammad Hamidian, Ph.D. ’11, was named the 2016 winner of the prestigious Lee-Osheroff-Richardson Prize for his discoveries of new forms of electronic matter at the nanoscale and at extreme low temperatures. Hamidian was a doctoral student, and later a postdoctoral researcher, in the lab of Professor J.C. Seamus Davis.
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