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In 1990, a seminar was initiated for CNAM (then CSR) graduate students in order to present their research to the other students, postdocs, and faculty in the Center. In this seminar, students submit formalized feedback to each weekly presenter, providing informative information about presentation style, research content and tips for improvement. At the end of each term, a cash prize award is given for the best student presentations based on class feedback scores. Previous winners are listed below:



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JP coverThe Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials supports cutting-edge experimental research in Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Maryland. Including a diverse range of faculty, research scientists, graduate and undergraduate students, CNAM researchers are working on topics ranging from the search for new quantum materials to the design of new electronic devices that work on new physical principles.

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