Anyonics: Designing Exotic CircuitryKirill Shtengel
with Non-Abelian Anyons
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, UC Riverside
Monday, Feb. 8, 2016
Annual Meeting of the Far West Section of the American Physical Society
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Nobel Prize in Physics 2015
T. Kajita (Tokyo University, Japan) and A. McDonald (Queen's University, Canada) share this year's Nobel prize in Physics for their experimental work on neutrino charge identity. Congratulations!
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