New assistant professor in physics, David Strubbe gave an interview in Spanish about the physics conference "7th Time-Dependent Density-Functional Theory: Prospects and Applications," which he attended in Benasque, Spain in September. Professor Strubbe was an instructor for the school as well as an invited speaker for a workshop. Time-dependent density-functional theory is a theoretical technique for solving the equations of quantum mechanics, typically used for studying interactions of light with materials or molecules.
Listen to the interview here.
Professor Strubbe has a transciption and translation of the interview located on his faculty website: https://faculty.ucmerced.edu/dstrubbe/radio.html.