Colloquia

Colloquia

Spring 2018 Colloquia

Wednesdays @ 4:00 p.m.

SLC 1.102

Coffee and cookies @ 3:30 p.m.
PHY1.308

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
1/17
Zakhidov
Dr. Alex Zinovev
(Argonne National Laboratory)
Interaction of silver nano- and sub-nanometer size nanoparticles and clusters with high energy laser and ion fluxes
1/24
Ishak-Boushaki
Dr. Anzhong Wang
(Baylor University)
Pre-inflationary universe in loop quantum cosmology
1/31
Kesden
Dr. Fernanda Psihas
(UT Arlington)
Neutrino Oscillations, The NOvA Experiment and latest oscillation results
2/7
C. Zhang
Dr. Li Yang
(Washington University in St. Louis)
Black Phosphorus and Beyond
2/14
Kesden
Dr. Anton Naumov
(Texas Christian University)
Optical Properties of Carbon Nanomaterials and their Biomedical Applications
2/21
Lv
Dr. Tim Haugan
(Air Force Research Laboratory)
Superconductivity: from Basic Science to Novel Technology
2/28
Zakhidov
Dr. Monica Jung De Andrade
(UT Dallas)
TBA
3/7
Zakhidov
Dr. Victor Klimov
(Los Alamos Research Laboratory)
TBA
3/14 NO COLLOQUIUM – SPRING BREAK
3/21
F. Zhang
Dr. Jing Xia
(UC Irvine)
TBA
3/28
Ishak-Boushaki
Dr. Eric Linder
(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
TBA
4/4
Penev
Dr. Brian Jackson
(Boise State)
TBA
4/11
Lv
Dr. David Broido
(Boston College)
TBA
4/18
F. Zhang
Dr. Gennady Shvets
(Cornell University)
TBA
4/25
Lv
Dr. Robert Cava
(Princeton University)
TBA

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