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Condensed Matter Seminar Schedule

Fall 2017

            Seminars are on Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. in 385E Serin

(unless otherwise stated)

All welcome!  

         Please contact our administrative assistant  Stefanie Miller(stefanie.miller@rutgers.edu) with questions  regarding travel arrangements and reimbursements. Questions about the CM seminar schedule should be addressed to Prof. Premi Chandra (pchandra@physics.rutgers.edu).
Day  Title Speaker Speaker's Host.

Sept.  12 

Novel Fractional Quantum Hall Effects
in Bilayer Graphene Heterostructures
Mike Zalatel
(Princeton)
Premi Chandra
Sept. 19
Entanglement Properties of Floquet
Topological Systems

Aditi Mitra
 (NYU)

Premi Chandra/
Natan Andrei

Sept. 26

Exploring Non-Equilibrium Phases in
Quantum Materials
John Freeland
(Argonne)
Jak Chakhalian

Oct. 3

From Topological Kondo Insulators
to Nodal-Line Semimetals


Po-Yao Chang
(Rutgers)

Piers Coleman

Oct. 10


Fractality and Transport in
Boundary-Driven (Quasi)Disordered Chains


Vipin Varma
(Grad Center CCNY)

Jed Pixley

Oct. 17

Chasing Relativistic Electrons
in Topological Quantum Materials


Adam Kaminski

(Ames Lab)

Gabi Kotliar/
Premi Chandra

Oct. 24

                        

Alexander Balatsky
(Nordita/Los Alamos)

Premi Chandra/
Piers Coleman
Oct. 31

Probing spinon nodal structures in Kitaev spin liquids

Natasha Perkins

Premi Chandra/
Piers Coleman


Nov. 7


Understanding Water/Solid Functional Interfaces
for
Photocatalysis and Electrochemical Applications


Maria Fernandez-Serra
(Stony Brook)

Premi Chandra/
Karin Rabe

Nov. 14


           Two Variations on the Theme of
               Order Parameter Spreading


Shivaji Sondhi
(Princeton)

Premi Chandra/
Jed Pixley

Nov. 21
     
No Seminar (since Th schedule)




Nov. 28


Antiferromagnetic Spintronics

 
 Di Xiao
(Carnegie Mellon)

 
Weida Wu

Dec. 7
(Thurs)
(usual time/place)

 Probing Many-Body Localization
from an Ultracold Atom Perspective



Immanuel Bloch
(Max Planck Munich)

Piers Coleman

Dec. 12

TBA


T. Senthil (MIT)

    Premi Chandra/
Piers Coleman

  
Last Updated:  9/1/2017