Colloquium Schedule - Spring 2021

Thursdays - 3:45 pm in Nielsen Hall 170.

Coffee and cookies are served at 3:15 pm in the Nielsen Hall Atrium.

The Physics and Astronomy colloquium is a forum for invited scientists to present modern research in a fashion accessible to those with a background in physics, but who are not experts in the field. Talks are aimed at a graduate level.

If you have questions about our colloquia, please contact Ferah Munshi at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)




Jan 26 (**Tuesday**) Denis Sukachev Interfaces between color centers and photons
Santos Calgary
Feb 02 (**Tuesday**) Xuefeng Jiang Whispering Gallery Mode Microresonator: from Quantum Chaos to Non-Hermitian Physics
Santos CUNY
Feb 04 Jonathan Feng Faster, Smaller, Cheaper: Looking Forward to New Discoveries at the LHC
Stupak UCI
Feb 11 Renee Horton The Pain of Exclusion and the Intersection of Diversity and Inclusion
Feb 18 Ekta Patel Dynamics of Local Group Satellite Galaxies in the Era of Precision Astrometry
Munshi UC Berkeley
Feb 25 Katie Breivik Black hole formation: a multi-wavelength, multi-messenger puzzle
Kilic Flatiron/CCA
Mar 04 Klaus Molmer Wave function collapse, quantum jumps and Schrödinger’s Ichtyosauria
Mar 18 Katelin Schutz Making dark matter out of light
Munshi/Sinha MIT/McGill
Mar 25 Sezen Sekmen Results from and future prospects for LHC
Baer Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
Apr 01 A.H. MacDonald Moire Magic
Mullen UT Austin
Apr 08 Jun Ye Clock, quantum matter, and fundamental physics
Apr 15 Monika Schleier-Smith Choreographing Quantum Spin Dynamics with Light
Lewis-Swan Stanford
Apr 22 Amy V. Walker Building a New Materials Toolkit: Using Surface Chemistry to Direct the Morphology and Deposition of Thin Films and Nanoobjects
Bumm UT Dallas
Apr 29 Greg Mosby Recovering galaxy star formation histories and analyzing near-infrared detectors using machine learning
TBD Goddard

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