As NYU Shanghai Assistant Professor of Physics and member of the NYU-ECNU Institute of Physics, Prof. Tim Byrnes has been selected as one of the “Thousand Talents Program for Distinguished Young Scholars” ( “2016 青年千人计划”), an initiative of the Chinese government to attract high-level talent from overseas to work in China.
On the award ceremony, Prof. […]
Recently, reporter from International Finance interviewed the researchers on “International Conference on the Frontiers in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics” conference in Shanghai New York University. They talked about how Quantum Communications can protect the information security, and its development in China.
From NYU Shanghai News Spotlight on the Quantum Realm
In the quiet of the week after finals, world leading experts in atomic, molecular and optical physics congregated at NYU Shanghai for an exciting exchange of their research findings.
The conference, which took place on May 23-26, 2016, was sponsored by the NYU-ECNU Institute […]
Good news here!!!We are awarded Navigation and Surveillance Communications Award Winner 2015 for our research The Polariton Interferometer – a novel inertial navigation system by Dr Fred Moxley.
The Polariton Interferometer was developed as a novel inertial navigation system, exemplifying navigation and surveillance communications. Current technologies require signals from a complex satellite and […]
We are shortlisted for the IET Innovation Awards (The Institution of Engineering and Technology)!!
The co-research project leaded by Dr Fred Moxley and Prof. Tim Byrnes named The Polariton Interferometer – a novel inertial navigation system has recently be shortlisted by the IET Innovation Awards,which involved in two categories as Model-Based Engineering and Navigation […]
We are listed on NYU Shanghai’s news page! Below is the article:
Because of the difficulty in measuring absolute mass, the kilogram is the last physical constant that is still defined in terms of a material prototype, in this case a block of an Iridium-Platinum alloy cast in 1875 and stored ever since […]