Uwe Bergmann

Uwe Bergmann is a Professor in the Physics Department of UW-Madison. He specializes on the development and application of novel X-ray techniques based on the most powerful x-ray sources. He has studies ancient manuscripts including …

Victor Brar

Victor Brar worked with carbon nanotubes, at MIT with Mildred Dresselhaus, before getting his PhD at UC Berkeley while working on Scanning Tunneling Microscopes with Mike Crommie. He has developed new methods to image materials …

Michael Corradini

Michael L. Corradini was the Wisconsin Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He taught at UW from 1981-2016, serving from 1995-2001 as the Associate Dean for the College …

Cary Forest

Cary Forest grew up in Wisconsin, was an undergraduate at UW–Madison and received his PhD from Princeton University in 1992. From there he moved to San Diego and began his post graduate career as a …

James Lattis

Jim Lattis holds a Ph.D. in History of Science from UW–Madison and is the author of many publications in that field. He helped create UW Space Place, the outreach and public education center of the …

Mark Saffman

Mark Saffman has been on the faculty at UWM since 1999. Mark’s research involves the use of atomic and optical physics for quantum computing and quantum science. Mark is also active in commercializing quantum computing …

Justin Vandenbroucke

Dr. Vandenbroucke uses innovative instruments around the world to detect high energy particles from the cosmos. Understanding the smallest particles in the universe is necessary to understand the largest objects in the universe, and vice …

Adelle Wright

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Adelle Wright is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Prior to joining the faculty at UW-Madison, …