Colloquium Schedule - Fall 2020

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)




Sep 03 Nate Kaib The Active Dynamical Histories of Planetary Systems (Ours and Others)
Gutierrez OU
Sep 10 Carlos Wagner Open Questions in Particle Physics
Sinha Chicago
Sep 17 Alexey Gorshkov Dynamics of quantum systems with long-range interactions
Lewis-Swan NIST/UMD
Sep 24 Angela Speck Increasing diversity, equity and Inclusion in astronomy graduate education
Blume/WiP UTSA
Oct 01 Tim Tait Searching for Particle Dark Matter
Sinha UCI
Oct 08 Johnny Greco Hunting Diffuse Galaxies with Next Generation Imaging Surveys
Munshi Ohio State
Oct 15 Jessica Metcalfe Trends in Multiboson Production at the Large Hadron Collider and Future Prospects
Stupak Argonne National Lab
Oct 22 Ribhu Kaul Fundamental physics in a complex material
Uchoa University of Kentucky
Oct 29 Luis Sanchez-Soto Achieving the ultimate quantum resolution
Marino Max Planck Institut für die Physik des Lichts, Erlangen
Nov 05 Juliette Becker The Origins of Multi-Planet Systems with Misaligned, Nearby Companions
Kaib Caltech
Nov 12 Cindy Regal Quantum experiments with mechanical motion of solids
Nov 19 Tuguldur Sukhbold Islands of explosions in a sea of implosions
Baron OSU
Dec 03 Nancy Haegel Multi-Terawatt-Scale Photovoltaics: Trajectories and Challenges
Sellers National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Dec 04 (Friday ) Nikolai Sinitsyn Physics and Quantum Information
Santos Los Alamos National Lab

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