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The Rutgers Physics & Astronomy Newsletter       Number F18-6  2018-Oct 8
                                                          
           Editor: Daniel Friedan        Publisher: Christina Pettola
Contributions should be sent to newsletter@physics or placed in Christina Pettola's mailbox.

SOCIAL EVENTS:
                        Department Coffee and Tea
                    Wednesday: Lecture Hall - 10:20am

SEMINARS AND COLLOQUIUM:

CQB Tues Oct 9 Amit Singer, Princeton University
12:00 Hill 260       "Mathematics for cryo-electron microscopy"

CMS Tues Oct 9 Hong Ding, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1:30 385E       "Topological superconductivity and Majorana bound state in Fe-based superconductors"

HET Tues Oct 9 Mykola Dedushenko, Caltech
3:00 385E       "3D TQFTs from Argyres-Douglas theories"

COL Wed Oct 10 Girsh Blumberg, Rutgers University
10:30 PLH       "Collective Phenomena in the Solid State Systems"

IQB Wed Oct 10 David Case, Rutgers University
12:00 Proteomics Room 120       "What Can We Learn From MD Simulations of Biomolecular Crystals?"

LSM Thurs Oct 11 Mehdi Javanmard, Rutgers University 
12:00 Chem 260       "Electro-Fluidic Micro- and Nanotechnologies for Health and Environmental Monitoring"

MPS Thurs Oct 11 Ruedi Seiler, TU Berlin
12:00 Hill 705       "Compression of Quantum Strings"

AST Thurs Oct 11 Chiara Mingarelli, Flatiron Institute - CCA
1:30 401W       "Pulsar Timing Arrays: The Next Window to Open on the Gravitational-Wave Universe"

CMS Thurs Oct 11 Achim Rosch, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne
1:30 385E       "Thermal quantum Hall effect in the spin liquid RuCl3: the role of phonons"

MPS Thurs Oct 11 Markus Kunze, Rutgers University
2:00 Hill 705       "Existence of a minimizer for the Antonov stability estimate in galactic dynamics"

DELTA-P Thurs Oct 11 Premi Chandra & Chuck Keeton, Rutgers University
5:00 385E       "Making it real for the students"


*********Partial List of Next Week's Seminars**************

NPS Mon Oct 15 Weichuan Li, Rutgers University
2:00 112W       "Advancing (d,p) reaction theory as a surrogate for neutron capture measurements"

CMS Tues Oct 16 Charles Kane, University of Pennsylvania
1:30 385E       "Fractional Excitonic Insulator"

HET Tues Oct 16 Lina Necib, Caltech
3:00 385E       TBA

SIP Tues Oct 16 Sean Oh, Rutgers University
5:00 385E       "Engineering topological quantum physics at the atomic scale"

COL Wed Oct 17 Phil Marshall, SLAC
10:30 PLH       "Probing Dark Energy with Strong Gravitational Lensing and LSST"

IQB Wed Oct 17 Helen Berman, Rutgers University
12:00 Proteomics Room 120       "Target Zero-Using Film for Medical Education"

LSM Thurs Oct 18 Raymond Tung, CUNY Physics
12:00 Chem 260       "Band-Offset "Bulk-Like" Mystery Solved: Lessons From Covalent And Ionic Heterojunctions"

DELTA-P Thurs Oct 18 Saurabh Jha, Rutgers University
5:00 385E       "Answering student questions"

SSPAR Thurs Oct 18 Aniket Patra, Rutgers University
7:00 385E       "A Study in Nonequilibrium"

SPS Fri Oct 19 Charles Keeton, Rutgers University
5:30 PLH       TBA


For the calendar of upcoming colloquia and seminars in the department, visit
http://www.physics.rutgers.edu.

      AST=Astrophysics Seminar             IQB=Institute for Quantitative
      CMS=Condensed Matter Seminar           Biomedicine
      COL=Colloquium                       LSM=Lab for Surface Modification
      CQB=Center for Quantitative Biology  MPS=Mathematical Physics Seminar
      DELTA-P=Developing Educators         NPS=Nuclear Physics Seminar
        and Leaders Among TAs in Physics   SIP=Seminar in Physics
      GAP=Geometry & Physics Seminar       SPS=Society of Physics Students
      HET=High Energy Theory Seminar         Talk Series
      HEX=High Energy Experimental         SSPAR=Student Seminars in Physics
      HON=Honors Seminar                     and Astronomy at Rutgers
      INS=Instructional Seminar      



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