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Leinweber Center for Theoretical Physics

Recent News

LCTP member Ben Safdi receives the IUPAP Young Scientist Prize

Professor Ben Safdi has received the Young Scientist Prize in Particles and Fields from the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics

Recent work by LCTP faculty member Ben Safdi and his graduate student Chris Dessert on the hunt for Dark Matter has been reported on in the popular press.

Ben Safdi and grad student Chris Dessert's work on Dark Matter has been recently recognized in the press.


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About the LCTP

The Leinweber Center for Theoretical Physics (LCTP) is an organization based in the Physics Department of the University of Michigan whose primary aim is to promote excellence in theoretical physics research through a program of workshops and conferences, seminars, collaborative and individual research. It also aims to educate graduate and undergraduate students in theoretical physics and to communicate its activities to the general public through public lectures and other outreach activities.

--Aaron Pierce, Director

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