Colloquia

Colloquia

Fall 2020 Colloquia

Wednesdays @ 4:00 p.m.

Colloquia will be conducted this semester on Microsoft Teams because of COVID-19.  Invitations to the colloquium meeting will be included in the E-mails advertisements for each talk.

Our department 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 the graduate level.

If you have questions about our colloquium, please contact Dr. Michael Kesden.

Date/Host Speaker/Institution Title/Abstract
8/26
Kesden
Jonathan Sievers
(McGill University)
Searching for the First Stars in the Universe
9/2
Kesden
Society of Physics Students
(UT Dallas)
Undergraduate Research
9/9
Goeckner
David Lary
(UT Dallas)
Physics in Service of Society
9/16
Lumata
Peter Niedbalski
(University of Kansas Medical Center)
Pulmonary Imaging using Hyperpolarized Xe-129 MRI
9/23
Kolodrubetz
Wen Wei Ho
(Harvard University)
Quantum Many-body Phenomena Out of Equilibrium
9/30
King
Taesun Kim
(University of Wisconsin – Madison)
The Diffuse Matter in the Universe: the Circumgalactic and Intergalactic Medium
10/7
Lumata
Andre Martins
(University of Tübingen)
TBA
10/14
Izen
Robert Wilson
(Colorado State University)
TBA
10/21
Penev
Kassandra Anderson
(Princeton University)
TBA
10/28
Ishak-Boushaki
Michael Boylan-Kolchin
(UT Austin)
TBA
11/4
C. Zhang
James Sauls
(Northwestern University)
TBA
11/11
King
Jonathan Gair
(Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics)
TBA
11/18
Slinker
Fabio Cicoira and Clara Santato
(Polytechnique Montréal)
TBA

Archive Pages

Spring 2020 Colloquia
Fall 2019 Colloquia
Spring 2019 Colloquia
Fall 2018 Colloquia
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Fall 2017 Colloquia
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Fall 2016 Colloquia
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Fall 2015 Colloquia
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Fall 2014 Colloquia

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