Dan Ralph

Co-Director, Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science

Dan Ralph is Horace White Professor of Physics and current Chair of the Department of Physics. His research interests include: new nanofabrication techniques, electronic properties on molecular length scales, high-speed dynamics in magnetic devices, correlated-electron states in magnets and superconductors, and quantum properties of defects and impurities. He has been awarded Sloan and Packard Fellowships, the William L. McMillan Award, the Research Corporation Research Innovation Award, and the ONR Young Investigators Award.