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Tsong Prize awarded to Taylor Colburn

Tsong Prize awarded to Taylor Colburn

Undergraduate student Taylor Colburn was awarded the 2017 Tsong Prize for Undergraduate Research in the Department of Physics at Arizona State University for his work on Simulating the conformational transitions of the transmembrane symporter Mhp1.

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GPSA Research Award for Sean Seyler

GPSA Research Award for Sean Seyler

Sean Seyler was recognized by the ASU Graduate and Professional Student Association with an GPSA Outstanding Research Award for excellence in research at Arizona State University.

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Sean Seyler is a 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leader

Sean Seyler is a 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leader

Sean Seyler was named by the Department of Physics as one of the 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leaders. Since 1997, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) at ASU has been recognizing distinguished students throughout the College.

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David Dotson is a 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leader

David Dotson is a 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leader

David Dotson was named by the Department of Physics as one of the 2016 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Leaders. Since 1997, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) has been recognizing distinguished students throughout the College.

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Sean Seyler selected to participate in the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Sean Seyler selected to participate in the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Graduate student Sean Seyler was selected to represent ASU in the U.S. delegation to the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. The theme of the 66th meeting in 2016 is Physics.

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Tsong Prize for Ian Welland

Tsong Prize for Ian Welland

Undergraduate student Ian Welland was awarded the 2015 Tsong Prize for Undergraduate Research in the Department of Physics at Arizona State University for his work on Quantifying Solvent Kinetics with Kinetic Networks.

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PHY315 — Quantum Physics II

PHY315 — Quantum Physics II

PHY 315 is the second semester of the quantum physics sequence for physics majors. The goal of the course is to give you a quantitative understanding of the quantum mechanical behavior of a single particle and of many particles at the atomic scale. Together with an introduction to the theory of special relativity you will acquire core ideas and concepts of modern physics that offer a fundamentally different view of the world than classical physics.

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