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  • Congratulations: Sangjun Jeon, now an assistant professor of physics at Chung-Ang University (Republic of Korea). Sangjun was the lab manager for the Yazdani lab since January 2013. (posted August 2018)
  • Congratulations: Benjamin Feldman, now an assistant professor of physics at Stanford University. Ben was an associate research scholar and Dicke Fellow with the Yazdani lab since November 2013. (posted November 2017)
  • Congratulations: Hiroyuki Inoue, now a postdoc at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Hiro was a postdoctoral research associate with the Yazdani lab since November 2014. (posted May 2017)
  • Four win awards from The Moore Foundation
    by Department of Physics, Princeton University (posted September 2014)
     
  • Congratulations to Ali Yazdani on receiving a Humboldt Research Award. Article by the Department of Physics, Princeton University (posted September 2014)
     
  • Congratulations: Brian Zhou now an Assistant Professor at Boston College. Brian completed his Ph.D. in 2014. 
     
  • Congratulations: Gabe Peterson, moved on as Ph.D. candidate at U. Colorado, Boulder.
    Gabe (Princeton class of 2014) worked on his junior paper and senior thesis with the Yazdani group.
     
  • Congratulations: Pegor Aynajian, now an Assistant Professor, Binghamton University. Pegor was a postdoctoral research associate with the Yazdani group since 2009. (posted August 2013)
APS announcement of Outstanding Advocacy recipients

Congratulations to Kevin Nuckolls, selected as one of 16 recipients for the APS Physics "5 Sigma Physicists" for Outstanding Advocacy (April 2020). full story

Mallika Randeria

Mallika Randeria captures images of the quantum world (December 2019). full story

group photo of feldman, randeria and gyenis

Unusual quantum liquid on crystal surface could inspire future electronics (Oct. 2016). full story

Ali Yazdani at the RQMP’s “Grandes Conférences” (June 2016).

Ali Yazdani at the RQMP’s “Grandes Conférences” (June 2016). details

Princeton physicists N. Phuan Ong, B. Andrei Bernevig and Ali Yazdani

Princeton physicists (from left) N. Phuan Ong, B. Andrei Bernevig and Ali Yazdani are trying to harness particles known as Majorana fermions to build a quantum computer (March 2015). full story

Ilya Drozdov, Sangjun Jeon, B. Andrei Bernevig and Ali Yazdani in the lab

Capping decades of searching, Princeton scientists observe elusive particle that is its own antiparticle (October 2014). full story