Moon's orbit proposed as a gravitational wave detector

Researchers from the UAB, IFAE and University College London propose using the variations in distance between the Earth and the Moon, which can be measured with a precision of less than a centimeter, as a new gravitational wave detector within a frequency range that current devices cannot detect. The research, which could pave the way for the detection of signals from the early universe, was published recently in Physical Review Letters.

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Estudiants At 13.566, Physics + Mathematics once again reaches the highest entrance mark in Catalonia

As in previous years, the bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics at the UAB is the degree with the highest entrance mark in all of the Catalan university system (13.566 over 14) out of all the degrees offered in 2021/22.

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Patró en la nanoescala / patrón en la nanoescala NFFA projects makes scientific and technical services available across Europe

Through its Microscopy Service, the UAB forms part of the NFFA-Europe project, which provides researchers across Europe with a wide array of scientific and technical services. Applications for access can be sent in until 1 September.

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Muntatge experimental / montaje experimental Thermal waves observed in semiconductor materials

A study published by researchers from the ICMAB and the Department of Physics of the UAB reports on the unexpected observation of thermal waves in germanium, a semiconductor material, for the first time. This phenomenon may allow a significant improvement in the performance of our electronic devices in a near future.
 

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IMG_Noticia_280219_SerraHunterProgramme2019 Call for Serra Húnter Pro The Serra Húnter program has published the offer of teaching positions for Catalan universities. [+]
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Physics Degree at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Nanoporous materials
 

 

 

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