Physics & Astronomy 750:633
Seminar in Physics
Fall Semester 2019

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.

The course evaluation ``blue'' QR code is:
Link to SIRS in Sakai

Sep 3, 2019
Ron Gilman
Graduate Student Orientation / Introduction
requirements ``cheat sheet'' (pdf)
my slides (pdf)
Sep 10, 2019
Win Lin and Shraddha Dogra
The Proton Radius Puzzle
Sep 17, 2019
Sean Oh
Journey to topological surface states in the quantum regime and Rise of ABO2 triangular oxides
Sep 24, 2019
No seminar - on travel
Oct 01, 2019
Andy Mastbaum
Sterile Neutrinos and the Short-Baseline Oscillation Program
Oct 8, 2019
Irina Vergalasova and Ning Yue
What is Medical Physics?
Oct 15, 2019
No seminar - on travel
Oct 22, 2019
Robert Bartynski
Organic molecules on metal and oxide surfaces: Self-assembly, dipole layers, and making new 2D materials from the bottom up
Oct 29, 2019
Nov 05, 2019
Nov 12, 2019
Avraham Soffer
Large N limit of N-Body Quantum Mechanics and the Related Nonlinear Equations
Nov 19, 2019
Weida Wu
Scanning probe microscopy studies of topological quantum materials and phenomena
Nov 26, 2019
Gerald Goldin
Group representations, symmetry and locality in quantum theory
Dec 3, 2019
Laura Palumbo
Introduction to Information Resources in Physics and Astronomy - Fall 2019 slides here (pdf)