Maia Magrakvelidze in the News
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- Magrakvelidze Gives Invited TalkDr. Maia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor in the Physics Department, was invited to give a talk on June 20 at the Department of Computational Mathematics at Georgian Technical University in Tbilisi, Georgia, called Dissociation Dynamics of Diatomic Molecules in Intense Laser Fields. The computation modeling methods Dr. Maia is using was the subject... Read more »
- Magrakvelidze and Killian Present at International ConferenceMaia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor of physics, and her student Hannah Killian, presented the results of their research at the 49th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics held May 28 to June 1, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The presentation, in the Time-Resolved Electron Dynamics... Read more »
- Nguyen and Magrakvelidze Attend Summer Faculty Development WorkshopDr. Hai Nguyen, associate professor and chair of the Physics Department, and Dr. Maia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor of physics attended "Computation is an integral part of the education of every undergraduate physics student" workshop (PICUP) at UW River Falls on July 15-20. The workshop is designed to help physics instructors... Read more »
- Magrakvelidze Publishes Article in the Journal of PhysicsMaia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor in the Physics Department, co-authored an article with Himadri S. Chakraborty titled “Attosecond time delays in the valence photoionization of xenon and iodine at energies degenerate with core emissions” in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series 875, 022015 (2017), published online on Aug. 18, 2017. (See... Read more »
- Magrakvelidze Presents at International ConferenceMaia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor of physics, presented the results of her research at the 48th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics held in Sacramento, California, on June 5-9, 2017. Her presentations, in the Time-Resolved Electron Dynamics and Attosecond Spectroscopy, were titled "Attosecond relative delay... Read more »