We chat with Dr Jyrki Piilo about his work, his advice for a younger generation of scientists and reggae.
Christine Luscombe is an Associate Professor and Vice-President of the IUPAC Polymer Division at the University of Washington, Seattle. In this interview she talks about her current research and how her childhood fascination with electronics has influenced her career choices.
We introduce the new Editor-in-Chief of NJP; a leading open access journal and sister of the JPhys series.
‘As with most people my path was determined by a series of choices involving random factors…’ An insight into Pavel Exner’s career; highlights, current work and advice for future researchers.
All our evidence for dark matter is based on indirect observations. That isn’t enough, we need direct detection.
“One teacher taught me the importance of hard work, perseverance and persistence whereas another taught me to be humble, simple, kind and generous to others. The influence of both of these on me was significant and without their help, I would be tilling the land in India.”
We talk to Professor Nora Berrah from the University of Connecticut.
Associate Director for the IBS Center for Corrrelated Systems, Group Leader of the Emergent Phenomena Group, both Seoul National University, elected Fellow of the Korean Physical Society and KPS 2015 Research prize recipient, and JPCM Board Member, the busy Je-Geun Park talks to JPhys+ about his work, the field as a whole and what he enjoys away from science.
We talk to Professor Robert Scholten about his research at the University of Melbourne and making lasers as the co-founder of MOGLabs
Professor Daniel Errandonea talks about the implications of studying materials at high-pressures and what he most enjoys about having a career in physics.
Read an interview with an expert who’s bridging the gap between atomic and nuclear physics.
Professor Marcus Müller and Dr Yuliya Smirnova from Georg-August-Universität Göttingen spoke to us about their research and their predictions for the direction of the field.
Find out which 5 posts are most read on the blog this year.
In our latest featured author interview Amanda Barnard, an OCE Science Leader and head of the CSIRO Virtual Nanoscience Laboratory, talks to us about her multidiscliplinary research and why using data-driven methods is the future of the field.
We chat to Dr Barry Bruner from the Weizmann Institute of Science about his work in ultrafast science, high harmonic generation and his love of baseball.
Combinatorics of lattice models: a special issue in honour of Tony Guttmann’s 70th birthday, recognizing the range of contributions made by Guttmann and his collaborators to the field.
We talk to Dr Yann Cressault from the LAPLACE Laboratory in Toulouse, France about thermal plasmas and electrical arcs, and what interests him outside of science.