# News

Jocelyn Bell Burnell a Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching at Princeton from 2001-2004 has been awarded the 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics. Professor Bell Burnell also established the...

Congratulations to Michael Aizenman for his seminal contributions to quantum field theory, statistical mechanics, and disordered systems in which he pioneered innovative techniques that demonstrate the beautiful and effective interplay between physical ideas, mathematical analysis, geometric concepts, and probability theory.

2018 Gruber Cosmology Prize Congratulations to Prof. Jo Dunkley, Prof. Bill Jones, Aurelien Fraisse, and Ben Wandelt.

Former Princeton contributors, Erminia Calabrese, Cynthia Chiang, Oliver Dore, Ken Ganga, Kevin Huffenberger, Philip Lubin, Barth Netterfield, and...

Physics Today

A group led by Jason Petta of Princeton and one led by Lieven Vandersypen of Delft University of Technology have now independently used the circuit-QED approach to reach the strong coupling limit between a single microwave photon and the spin of a single electron in a double quantum dot made of silicon.