Upcoming Research Events
LSU Physicist Wins Emil Wolf Award
As the first from Louisiana, Chenglong You, a postdoctoral researcher in the LSU Department of Physics & Astronomy, was recently named as a recipient of the 2019 Emil Wolf Outstanding Student Paper Competition. You’s paper demonstrates the first protocol for quantum-enhanced phase estimation without conditional measurements.
Light in a New Light
Omar Magaña-Loaiza, assistant professor in the LSU Department of Physics & Astronomy, and his team of researchers describe a noteworthy step forward in the quantum manipulation and control of light, which has far-reaching quantum technology applications in imaging, simulation, metrology, computation, communication, and cryptography, among other areas.
Boosting Baton Rouge and Louisiana’s Computational Edge
LSU and Louisiana public schools team up to expand computer science courses and careers with $5M in federal support.
Getting Somewhere, FAST
The Louisiana Business & Technology Center at LSU Innovation Park, recognized for its continued support of underrepresented entrepreneurs, receives the Federal and State Technology (FAST) award from the U.S. Small Business Administration for the 12th time.
Revealing Nature’s Blueprint
Researchers are still not sure exactly how plants and some microbes make oxygen while converting light energy to chemical energy through photosynthesis. David J. Vinyard, assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at LSU, has received a $752,890 grant from the Department of Energy to help understand this process over the next five years.
LSU at the White House Meeting on Quantum Information Science
“The White House meeting on quantum information science was a great opportunity for LSU to help shape the future of an exciting, rapidly growing, and strategically important field,” said Samuel J. Bentley, Vice President of Research & Economic Development.
We See Him Rollin’
When Pedro, an adult male box turtle with both hind legs missing, was brought to the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital last month, the veterinarians used a Lego car kit and epoxy to get Pedro moving again. Or, as CNN put it, “MacGyvered a sweet little rig for Pedro's caboose.”
That’s Very Funny, Dr. Laine
How one LSU researcher made some “funny” discoveries in his lab, ended up with 31 U.S. patents, a possible cure for cancer and is being inducted as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors next week.
LSU Rainmakers 2018
These six outstanding scholars rained resources and research results on LSU in 2018.
The Chemistry of Diversity
Among the remarkable accomplishments of LSU Boyd Professor Isiah Warner, one stands out on a national scale. A few years into his tenure, Louisiana State University became the top producer of women and African-Americans with a Ph.D. in chemistry among all universities in the U.S. His students have a lot to say about him.