The Rutgers Physics & Astronomy Newsletter Number F16-13 2016-Dec 5
Editor: Daniel Friedan Publisher: Nancy DeHaan
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Wednesday: Lecture Hall - 4:30pm
SEMINARS AND COLLOQUIUM:
NPS Mon Dec 5 Kurt Jung, UIC
2:00 385E "Jet Physics in Heavy Ion Collisions, From Small to
CMS Tue Dec 6 Bar Lev, Columbia University
1:30 385E "Thermalization, Dynamics and Many-Body Localization"
HET Tue Dec 6 Callum Quigley, University of Toronto
3:00 385E "Second Quantized MSW Strings on K3 Fibrations"
LSM Tue Dec 6 Paul Fenter, ANL
2:45 CCR 201 "Adventures in Energy Storage: Structure and Reactivity
of Functional Solid-Liquid Interfaces"
SIP Tue Dec 6 Troy Shinbrot, Rutgers University
5:00 385E "Adventures in Soft Matter"
Proteomics/IQB Wed Dec 7 Catherine Royer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.
12:00 CABM 010 "Pressure-Based Mapping of Protein Folding Landscapes"
COL Wed Dec 7 Jo Dunkley, Princeton University
4:45 PLH "The Polarized Microwave Background: ACTPol and Beyond"
LSM Thur Dec 8 Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University
12:00 Chem 260 "Expanding the World of Two-Dimensional Materials"
AST Thur Dec 8 Michael Tremmel, University of Washington
1:30 401W "How to Quench a Galaxy"
*********Partial List of Next Week's Seminars**************
CMS Tue Dec 13 David H. Huse, Princeton University
1:30 385E "Many-Body Anderson Localization and Quantum
HET Tue Dec 13 Hong Zhang, Ohio State
3:00 385E TBA
Proteomics/IQB Wed Dec 14 Eileen White, CINJ
12:00 CIPR 120 "Autophagy-Mediated Recycling Sustains Survival of
COL Wed Dec 14 Aatish Bhatia, Princeton University
4:45 PLH "The Physics of Everyday Life"
For the calendar of upcoming colloquia and seminars in the department, visit
MPS=Mathematical Physics Seminar LSM=Lab for Surface Modification
NPS=Nuclear Physics Seminar HEX=High Energy Experimental
AST=Astrophysics Seminar SSS=Surface Science Seminar
INS=Instructional Seminar CMS=Condensed Matter Seminar
SIP=Seminar in Physics SPS=Society of Physics Students
HET=High Energy Theory COL=Colloquium
MSS=Materials Science Seminar HON=Honors Seminar
BPS=Biological Physics Seminar SSPAR=Student Seminars in Physics
DELTA-P=Developing Educators and Astronomy at Rutgers
and Leaders Among TAs in Physics
RAS=Rutgers Astronomical Society
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