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Seminar in Physics
Fall Semester 2016


This Seminar presents faculty of the Physics and Astronomy program discussing their current research.   All first-year graduate students are expected to attend -- attendance is taken -- and everyone else is welcome.

The Seminar meets each Tuesday 5-6 pm in room 385E of the Serin Physics.

Date
Speaker
Subject
Sep 6, 2016
Ron Gilman
Graduate Student Orientation / Introduction (talk from last year, in pdf)
requirements ``cheat sheet'' (pdf)
Sep 13, 2016
Ethan Cline
The Proton Radius puzzle
Sep 20, 2016
Ron Gilman
Nucleon quark structure and dark photons
Sep 27, 2016
Weida Wu
Visualizing nanoscale phenomena with scanning probe microscopy
Oct 04, 2016
Sevil Salur
How to Cook the Quark Gluon Plasma Soup
Oct 11, 2016
Jak Chakalian
A designer's toolkit for artificial topological and strongly correlated materials
Oct 18, 2016
Jolie Cizewski
Exotic Atomic Nuclei and Explosions in the Cosmos
Oct 25, 2016
Sanghyuk Lee, Stephen Burley, and Gail Ferstandig Arnold
Single-molecule biophysics: studying biology with nano imaging and manipulation
IQBBootCampJan2017.pdf JointPhDProgram.pdf
Nov 01, 2016
Piers Coleman
TBD
Nov 08, 2016
David Vanderbilt
The Search for Higher-Temperature Quantum Anomalous Hall States
Nov 15, 2016
Yuri Gershtein
Physics at the LHC
Nov 22, 2016
Laura Palumbo
Research Resources in Physics and Astronomy
Nov 29, 2016
Eric Gawiser
The Other 95%: Studying Dark Energy and Dark Matter
Dec 06, 2016
Troy Shinbrot
Adventures in soft matter