physics professor presents at 2020 applied superconductivity conference
published on november 25, 2020
roberto ramos, phd, associate professor of physics at usciences recently presented “results of point-contact spectroscopy measurements of the energy gap of potassium- and phosporus-doped iron pnictides” at the 2020 applied superconductivity conference.
this conference is the foremost gathering for the electronics, large scale, and materials fields researchers within the applied superconductivity community. dr. ramos’ participation was funded by the charles kaufman foundation, and featured his collaboration with researchers from rice university in houston, tx.