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2D materials research group, University of Sheffield, physics, photonics, materials science, group leader Alexander Tartakovskii
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Silvia Milana 3h
T. Lyons et al. unveil the underlying physics of the magneto-optical response and valley Zeeman splitting of trions in tungsten-based transition metal dichalcogenides
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2Dsheffield May 9
Such an amazing display of English clubs in ! Such an amazing display of how IMMIGRANTS make England proud (out of 58 players and only 26 are British, and much smaller % on the pitch). Here's for immigrants making BRITAIN even GREATER! 👍👍👍
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The University of Sheffield Apr 29
A huge congratulations to on their incredible season and gaining promotion to the Premier League ⚔️ 👏
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Howard Johns Apr 21
is the top source of power on the grid right now. Happy Easter. 28% from the sun alone!
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Spin-NANO Apr 17
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Laura Baudis Apr 13
Always teach your class, even if “only” two students are left ;-) (from “A passion for discovery” by Peter Freund)
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Luca Sortino Apr 12
Glad to see this collaboration published, thanks to the work of and , on low dimensional states in non-stoichiometric perovskite.
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2Dsheffield Apr 10
Luca presenting his work on light-matter interaction in 2D semiconductor coupled with dielectric nanoantennas at
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The University of Sheffield Apr 10
Did you get a chance to see Phlgem's Mausoleum of the Giants? 12,000 people travelled from Sheffield and beyond to see the mythical creatures.
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2Dsheffield Apr 10
Tom Lyons speaking about our work on 2D ferromagnets and TMDs at a Rank Prize meeting in Lake District today. ... now we have a month max to write up all 3 papers - interest in the audience is quite high🤐
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2Dsheffield Apr 3
Replying to @AF_thescientist
Positive results surely show the way forward for others. What would publishing negative results do?
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Matthew Brooks Apr 3
Gave a talk yesterday where the chair introduced me as "matt will be giving his last talk as a European citizen", pretty brutal but unfortunately true :/
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EEE at TUoS Apr 2
Interested in Semiconductors? Register today for your place at the UK Semiconductors Annual Conference 2019 - . It is organised by with partners and
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2Dsheffield Apr 2
Replying to @2Dsheffield
Links for the projects posted on : 1. 2. 3. Funding is for a UK student, with a possible extension to an EU national. Group web-site: . Get in touch with Sasha
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2Dsheffield Apr 2
We have a PhD opening for any of these projects: 1. Photonics with atomically-thin 2D quantum materials 2. Single photon emitters in 2D semiconductors for quantum technology applications 3. Nano-magnetism in atomically thin 2D quantum materials and their heterostructures
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Physics & Astronomy Shef Apr 2
The deadline for our International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarships is this month - don't miss your chance to get 25% off your tuition fee 😎
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2Dsheffield Mar 27
Inspiring the next generation of female physicists to join the wonderful world of cutting edge research into , , at and 'STEM for girls' event today!
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Jonathan Kipnis Mar 25
Most graduate students reach the point where they realize they are smarter than their PIs. That’s great! This point is the beginning of the end of your PhD. Nobody (not even yoyr PI) should know the literature, methodology and details of your project better than you!
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The University of Sheffield Mar 20
We're incredibly proud to have today been ranked as one of the most international universities in the world by 🌍
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Physics & Astronomy Shef Mar 22
This month, our pals at have been asking their PhD students to blog about their research. Yin Xin Ho, who works with Dr Ashley Cadby in our department, wrote this post about the biological imaging techniques she uses in her research:
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