Olin Physical Laboratory

The department of physics is located in the Olin Physical Laboratory, a new building near the center of the campus. The building has excellent space for teaching, research, and study.

Well-equipped laboratories are available for experimental research, including: the laboratory for laser interaction with materials and surfaces includes a subpicosecond amplified dye laser and streak camera for time- resolved studies, an excimer laser, scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopes, an ultrahigh vacuum surface analysis system, and laser ablation chambers.  

1834 Wake Forest Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Upcoming Events

Colloquium  - Dr. Mykhaylo Ozerov, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, "Magnetic Resonance in Far Infrared Spectral Range" (host S. Winter)

Abstract: Magnetic resonance is a physical phenomenon that occurs across a wide spectral range of the electromagnetic radiation. Far-infrared magneto...

2/2 4pm
Colloquium  - Professor Eric Bittner, University of Houston, "What Spectral Line-shapes can Reveal" (host A. Srimath Kandada and A. Salam)

Abstract: Spectroscopy provides us a window into the quantum dynamics of system. Traditionally, we focus upon the transition frequencies since this reveals...

2/9 4pm
Colloquium  - Professor Adam (Wei) Tsen, University of Waterloo,Canada, "Tunneling Probe of 2D Kitaev and Moiré Magnetism"" (host: S. Winter)

Abstract: I will discuss our recent results using tunneling magnetoresistance and spectroscopy to probe the underlying magnetic order and/or excitations in...

2/16 4pm

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Olin Physical Laboratory

Olin Physical Laboratory posted a photo 7/30/2013