The Condensed Matter Seminar meets on Fridays at 1:30pm in room 203 Nielsen Hall. Talks are aimed at research level graduate students in the field of condensed matter physics.
Building nanotechnology in Oklahoma, one atom at a time.
|Jan. 25||Ashley DaSilva||Univ. Texas, Austin
||Electronic transport in graphene: the effect of phonons, substrates, and adsorbed atoms|
|Feb. 1||Lu Li||OU Electrical Engineering||InAs-based Interband cascade lasers: from material to device|
|Feb. 8||Igor Zutic||SUNY-Buffalo||Unconventional Magnetic Ordering in Quantum Dots|
|Feb. 15||Sergey Prosandeev||Univ. of Arkansas||Finite-Temperature Properties of Ba(Zr,Ti)O3 Relaxors from First Principles|
|Feb. 22||Alberto Striolo||OU Chemical Engineering||A Journey at Solid-Liquid Interfaces: Using Fundamental Observations to Design Practical Devices|
|Mar. 1||Valeri Kotov||University of Vermont||Anisotropic Dirac Liquids and Solids: strained graphene and related systems|
|Mar. 15||Various||OU Physics||APS Practice Talks|
|Mar. 22||None||None||Spring Break/March Meeting|
|Mar. 29||Shayne Cairns et al.||OU Physics||March Meeting Report|
|Apr. 12||Parameswar Harikumar||University of Tulsa||Superhydrophobic surface from functionalized ZnO for device applications|
|Apr. 19||Robert Hinkey||OU Electrical Engineering||Advantages of Cascade Structures for Photovoltaic Detection and Energy Conversion of Infrared Radiation|
|Apr. 26||Inti Sodemann||Univ. of Texas, Austin||Landau Level Mixing and the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect|
|May 3||Bruno Uchoa||OU Physics||Superconducting states in graphene|