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Physics and Astronomy

Department Colloquia Fall 2015

Chem-Phys 155
Fridays 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Refreshments are served in Chem-Phys 179 at 3:15 PM

Colloquia distinguished by a shift in time or place are indicated by an *. Please see the accompanying links for details.

Some links may not be active until the week of the talk.

August 27 4:00 pm, Special Colloquium*
Dr. Richard Hill
University of Chicago
The Proton and the Future of Particle Physics
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Susan Gardner

September 4
Dr. Joseph Straley
University of Kentucky
Advocating Nuclear Power
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ganpathy Murthy

September 11
Dr. Chris Crawford
University of Kentucky
A New Era of Symmetries in the Hadronic Interaction
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Renee Fatemi

September 18
Dr. Jim Napolitano
Temple University
Neutrinos from Nuclear Reactors: Searches and Surprises
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Renee Fatemi

September 25
Dr. Oskar Vafek
Florida State University
Superconductivity on the brink of spin-charge order
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ganpathy Murthy

October 2
Gerardo Ortiz
Indiana University
Physics and Computation
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ganpathy Murthy

October 9
Sang-Wook Cheon
Rutgers University
Domain Topology and Emergent Phenomena of Domain Walls in Complex Materials
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ambrose Seo

October 16, Andrew Chamblin Memorial Colloquium
Tadashi Takayanagi
Kyoto University
Entanglement and Spacetime
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Sumit Das

October 23
Dr. Douglas Strachan
University of Kentucky
Nanoscience of Atomically-Thin Materials
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Sumit Das

October 30
Dr. Alfred S. Schlachter
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Automobiles: End of the road? A possible future for transportation.
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Joe Straley

November 6
Dr. Marianna Safronova
University of Delaware
Search for New Physics with Atoms and Molecules
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Chris Crawford

November 13
Dr. Nayana Shah
University of Cincinnati
Manifestations of Spin-Orbit Coupling and Topology in Out-of-Equilibrium Hybrid Superconducting Systems
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ganpathy Murthy

November 20
Dr. Ramesh Budhani
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Quantum Phases and Phase Transitions in Two-Dimensional Diffusive Metals at Oxide Interfaces
Abstract…
Faculty Host: Ganpathy Murthy

 

Fall 2015 Colloquium Schedule
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