Physics & Astronomy 750:634
Seminar in Physics
Spring Semester 2022

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 Spring 2022 Seminar will continue to meet at _5:15_ PM as usual in person, but in parallel with zoom for those who cannot make it or need to socially distance ourselves appropriately. The zoom meeting link is in the weekly department newsletter, and I will also email it to the class and speaker each Tuesday.

Jan 18, 2022
(no seminar)
Jan 25, 2022
(no seminar)
Feb 1, 2022
Bob Bartynski
Towards building organic 2D materials one molecule at a time
Feb 8, 2022
Ron Gilman
Research Ethics (pdf)
Please look over linked material on pages 18-20 before the talk
Feb 15, 2022
Ron Gilman
Comments on Graduate School (pdf)
NPR news story on Imposter Syndrome
Feb 22, 2022
Jak Chakhalian
Weyl fermions inside oriented quantum crystals
Mar 1, 2022
Srivatsan Chakram
Mar 8, 2022
Ron Gilman
Nucleon Sea Quarks
Mar 15, 2022
(Spring Break week - no seminar)
Mar 22, 2022
Phil Batson
Spatially Resolved Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy: Space-Time Measurement of Nanoscale Structures
Mar 29, 2022
starting 5:15 PM!
Jed Pixley
The measurement induced phase transition
Apr 5, 2022
Apr 12, 2022
Girsh Blumberg
Spectroscopies of systems with strong electron correlations
Apr 19, 2022
Apr 26, 2022

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