The Rutgers Physics & Astronomy Newsletter Number S15-6 2015-Feb-23
Editor: Frank Zimmermann Publisher: Nancy DeHaan
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Wednesday: Lecture Hall - 4:30pm
SEMINARS AND COLLOQUIUM:
CMS Tue Feb 24 Boris Altschuler, Columbia University
1:30 385E "Between Localization and Ergodicity in Many-Body Systems"
HET Tue Feb 24 Matt Schwartz, Harvard University
3:00 385E "Do We Know if Our Universe is Stable?"
SIP Tue Feb 24 Scott Thomas, Rutgers University
5:00 385E "The Era of Discovery at the Large Hadron Collider"
BioMaPS Wed Feb 25 Taekjip Ha, University of Illinois
12:00 CIPR 120 "Single Molecule Fluorescence Force Analysis of
DNA and Nucleosomes"
COL Wed Feb 25 Ramamurti Shankar, Yale University
4:45 PLH "Tragic Tale of the Mathematical Genius Ramanujan"
MPS Thur Feb 26 Michael Kiessling, Rutgers University
12:00 Hill 705 "A Novel Quantum-Mechanical Interpretation of Dirac's Equation"
LSM Thur Feb 26 Stephen Pennycook, University of Tennessee
12:00 Chem 260 "Probing Optical and Electronic Properties of Defects
in Graphene Through Scanning Transmission Electron
Microscopy and First-Principles Theory"
AST Thur Feb 26 Sigurd Naess, University of Oxford
1:30 401W "HD Imaging of the CMB with ACT: Cosmic Pores and Wrinkles"
MPS Thur Feb 26 David Huse, Princeton University
2:00 Hill 705 "Many-Body Localization"
********************Partial List of Next Week's Seminars**************
HET Tue Mar 3 Jennifer Siegal Gaskins, University of Amsterdam
3:00 385E "Gamma Rays From Dark Matter in the Inner Galaxy"
BioMaPS Wed Mar 4 Seth Blackshaw, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
12:00 CABM 010 "Transcriptional Control of Retinal Cell Fate"
COL Wed Mar 4 Gordon Thomson, University of Utah
4:45 PLH "Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays"
AST Thur Mar 5 Tea Temim, NASA Goddard
1:30 401W "Supernovae as Drivers of Dust Evolution in Galaxies"
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
BioMaPS=Biology at the Interface
with the Mathematical and
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