Quinton L. Williams from the Department of Physics & Astronomy
WEDNESDAY April 26th, 2017
TKH ROOM 103
Diamond: Alternative Solid -State Qubit CandidatesCarbon
nanotubes (CNT) have superior characteristics that have given them
great promise for new 21st century materials. Since their discovery in
1991, much fundamental research has unveiled the source of their unique
properties. Today, applications are being sought to harness the
potential of this material. This talk will present a didactic review of
the underlying physics and principles of CNTs as an aid to students’
understanding of this material. After the review, a brief presentation
will be given on research that was conducted by the presenter towards
the development of a flexible transparent conductive nanomaterial with
photonic applications. and
Department of Physics andAstronomyanticipates filling two temporary
(non tenure-track) facultypositionsfor two semesters (spring and fall
semesters) starting January2015,subject to budgetary approval.
Applicants are invited in all areasofphysics.
These positions are
for the rankofLecturer/Instructor with primary responsibility
forinstruction,require a PhD degree in physics or a closely related
fieldand a strongcommitment to excellence in teaching.
applicants will continue untilthepositions are filled.
Applicationmaterials should include a letterof application, a
curriculum vitae,and names and contact information(e-mail address and
telephone) ofthree references. Although electronicapplications are
applicationmaterials may also be sent to:
Chair, APT Committee
Department of Physics and Astronomy
2355 Sixth Street, NW
Washington DC 20059
University is anequalopportunity/ affirmative action employer committed
to buildingadiverse workforce. We encourage applications from women,
racialandethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.