CHTM Faculty Members are well represented in UNM patent list
May 23, 2016
STC.UNM reports that USPTO issued nineteen patents in the third quarter for UNM technologies. Read More ...
Innovation Awards Dinner honors UNM Inventors
May 23, 2016
The annual Innovation Awards Dinner, hosted by STC.UNM, recognizes inventors whose work has received patents in the past year. Special recognition was given to Distinguished Professors Steven Brueck and Jeffrey Brinker for their induction as National Academy of Inventors Fellows. Read More ...
Advanced seminar "Geometry, Topology and Physics" to be offered in 2016-17
May 16, 2016
This multidisciplinary seminar will be offered over two semesters. It has broad applications in topics such as general relativity, Aharonov-Bohm effect and Berry's phase, quantum Hall effect and others. Read More ...
STC's May Spotlight Features Dr. Yuliya Kuznetsova
May 6, 2016
Congratulations to Dr. Kuznetsova, who is being recognized for her work by STC.UNM, including her disclosure of eight inventions to STC. Read More ...
John L. Hall, Nobel Prize in Physics, presents CHTM Distinguished Lecture
May 3, 2016
John L. Hall, Physicist, Nobel laureate, who shared the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in precision spectroscopy, presented "Intracavity Nonlinear Spectroscopy, technical issues, and scientific opportunities" at CHTM. Read More ...
About 30 New Mexico high school students will be at CHTM as part of their orientation for their upcoming student internships at UNM. Most students are from Albuquerque.
9-10 a.m. - Introductions, info and working in a lab
10-11 a.m. - Safety briefing
11:00 a.m. to Noon - CHTM tour (TBA)
Thanks to Stefi Weisburd, Outreach and Education Manager with the School of Engineering, for her hard work in matching students with faculty and the right opportunity for them. Ms. Weisburd says, “Beyond technical expertise, internships teach students non-cognitive skills, improve their math, presentation and interpersonal skills, and introduce them to the university culture as well as help them feel more comfortable in it.”
Most students will be interning in the School of Engineering. A few will be placed in the Chemistry department, and possibly Physics and Astronomy. Other possibilities for placement include north campus with Diane Lidke, Christina Salas and perhaps others, including a neurologist.