Our group is looking to expand with positions for M. Sc. and Ph. D. students open. For more information see the projects page or contact Prof. Ladizhansky directly at:
September 6, 2017: David Bolton has defended his M.Sc Thesis
July 23, 2017 : Daryl Good received best poster award at ISMAR 2017
June 30, 2017 : David Park has has defended his M.Sc Thesis
May 2017 : Congratylations to Daryl on his JACS paper
April 20, 2017: Jeffrey De Vlugt has joined the group as an M.Sc student
September 1, 2016: Xiao Peng has joined the group as a Ph.D student
September 1, 2016: Dylan Dingwell has continued as an M.Sc. student
June 30, 2017: Meg Ward has defended her Ph.D. Thesis
Advanced Mechanics (Physics 3400)
This course covers Lagrangian Mechanics and Hamiltonian Mechanics and related topics such as variational principles of mechanics, Poisson brackets, and Hamilton-Jacobi theory. Applications include modern nonlinear dynamics, including chaos.
Quantum Mechanics I (Physics 3230)
A formal treatment of quantum mechanics. Topics include wave packets and free particle motion, the Schrodinger equation, harmonic oscillator, piecewise constant potentials, central forces and angular momentum, hydrogen atom.
Molecular Biophysics (Physics 4540/7520)
Experimental and theoretical approaches to determination of structure and function of biomolecules. Special emphasis will be placed on biopolymer conformation and on biological photoprocesses (spectroscopies).