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Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia Are Held In The Physics Lecture Hall
At 4:45 P.M. On Wednesday Afternoons

Tea served 4.30pm-4.45pm  All welcome.  


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Spring 2015 Schedule


Date Speaker Topic Host
4-Feb Greg Fiete
(UT Austin)
Topological Phases in Transition Metal Oxides Coleman
11-Feb Vincent Noireaux
(Minnesota)
Cell-free transcription-translation: from gene circuits to self-assembly in a test tube Sengupta
18-Feb Marusa Bradac
(UC Davis)
Dark Matter and First Galaxies Light Up Keeton
25-Feb Ramamurti Shankar
(Yale)
Tragic tale of the mathematical genius Ramanujan Podzorov
4-Mar Gordon Thomson
(Utah)
Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays Schnetzer
11-Mar Daniel Whiteson
(UC Irvine)
Your smartphone is a cosmic-ray detector Gershtein
18-Mar Spring Break
25-Mar Sandra Faber
(Santa Cruz)
CANDELS Greatest Hits Somerville
28-Mar
Irons Lecture
Sandra Faber
(Santa Cruz)
The Gift of Cosmic Time: Opportunity Seized or Opportunity Squandered Gawiser and Somerville
1-Apr Peter Fischer
(UC Santa Cruz)
Magnetism in the spotlight of polarized x-rays Cheong
8-Apr Julio Navarro
(U Victoria)
Dwarf Galaxy Challenges to the Cosmological Paradigm Keeton
15-Apr Leslie Rosenberg
(Washington)
The Search for Dark-Matter Axions Gershtein
22-Apr Joel Moore
(UC Berkeley & LBNL)
Dynamical consequences of non-Abelian gauge fields and non-Abelian particles in solids Coleman/Vanderbuilt
29-Apr Scott Thomas
(Rutgers)
The Era of Discovery at the Large Hadron Collider Friedan


Partial Fall 2015 Schedule


Date Speaker Topic Host
16-Sep
21-Oct Craig Roberts
(ANL)
origin of mass and the vacuum in QCD Salur