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Kieran Holland
Department Chair
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211


Recent Accomplishments

Sayandeb Basu, Physics, presented the paper, "Asymptotic Darkness versus Asymptotic Safety: An Assessment" at the Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting, PCGM session 29 at UC Davis, March 29-30. 

Keisuke Jimmy Juge, Physics, gave a Lattice Seminar Talk, "The Stochastic LapH Algorithm," at K.E.K. in Japan.

Jimmy Juge, Physics, gave the keynote talk "The Spectrum of Excited States from Lattice QCD Simulations" at the XV International Conference on Hadron Spectroscopy.

Helene Flohic, Physics, has been accepted into the Astronomy Ambassador program from the American Astronomy Society. This 2-day workshop is designed to improve astronomers' ability to effectively communicate with students and the public.

Jimmy Juge, Physics, gave the seminar "Probe Operators in Lattice Simulations" at K.E.K. in Japan in December. The High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Kō Enerugī Kasokuki Kenkyū Kikō, known as KEK, is a national organization whose purpose is to operate the largest particle physics laboratory in Japan.  

The Physics Department was awarded a Theodore Dunham Jr. Grant for Research in Astronomy in the amount of $1,825. Helene Flohic, Physics, led the project, which helped the department purchase computer hardware and software.

Keisuke Jimmy Juge, Physics, gave the seminar "Computing the hadronic excitation spectrum in a finite box" at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Jimmy Juge, Physics, gave the invited seminar "Computing the hadronic excitation spectrum in a finite box" at the University of Tsukuba, Japan.

Dr. Juge Presents at American Physical Society Meeting

K. Jimmy Juge presented “A new algorithm to estimate quark propagation in Lattice QCD” in the Hadron Spectroscopy session of the Meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society held at Brown University in August 2011

Professors Present at Lattice Field Theory Symposium in Italy

Professor Kieran Holland gave a talk titled "Running couplings in 12 flavor QCD" and Professor K. Jimmy Juge presented "Phase Shift with LapH Propagators"at the annual International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory held in Sardinia, Italy in June.

Message from Physics Chair at the CERN Large Hadron Collider: March 30, 2010

Dr. James Hetrick in ItalyDr. James Hetrick was on sabbatical in Italy for the Spring 2010 semester. In between sipping cappuccinos, he managed to work in the theoretical physics division at CERN in Geneva, where the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) is located. He was there for the big event on March 30, when scientists conducted the highest energy collisions ever achieved. He shares his excitement in this message to Physics majors and friends. Read his full message here!

Professors Conduct Seminars at University of Washington

Dr. K. Jimmy JugeK. Jimmy Juge and Kieran Holland were invited to give seminars on their research at the University of Washington. Dr. Juge's topic was "Quark Propogators for Lattice Hadron Spectroscopy." Dr. Holland's talk was titled "Technicolor on the Lattice."

Strong Gauge Theories Presented in Japan

Dr. Kieran Holland Kieran Holland presented at a particle physics conference called "Strong coupling gauge theories in the LHC era" at Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. His talk was titled "Running coupling in strong gauge theories via the lattice."