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Department of Physics

Seminars & Colloquia

spring 2000

Date Speaker Topic Sem./Coll.
1/19 Prof. Alexei Abrikosov, Argonne National Laboratory Theory of High-Tc layered cuprates based on experimental evidence Colloquia
1/26 Dr. Heidi Schreuder-Gibson, US Army SBCC Characteristics of Electrospinning and Electrospun Products Colloquia
2/2 Prof. Otto Zhou, UNC Chapel Hill Materials Science of One-Dimensional Nanostructures: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications Colloquia
2/9 Prof. John Walsh, Dartmouth College

Prof. Steven Chu, Stanford University
Smith-Purcell micro free electron laser

Hot Topics in Laser Cooling
Colloquia
2/10 Prof. Steven Chu, Stanford University Polymer Dynamics with Individual DNA Molecules Seminar
2/11 Prof. Steven Chu, Stanford University Watching Enzymes Move, Unfold, and Refold, One Molecule at a Time Seminar
2/16 Prof. Jianguo Wen, Boston College Application of Transmission Electron Microscopy in Material Research Colloquia
2/23 Prof. Sankar Das Sarma, University of Maryland Disorder and Interaction in Electron Systems Colloquia
2/28 Prof. Andrei G. Lebed, Okayama University, Japan, and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow Survival of Superconductivity at Anomalously High Magnetic Fields and Possible Triplet Pairing in Organic Superconductors: Theory versus Experiment Seminar
3/1 Dr. Pobitra Sen, Schlumberger Can one hear the shape of a pore? Colloquia
3/2 Prof. Rigoberto Hernandez, Georgia Institute of Technology Chemistry in Changing Environments: The Role of Nonstationary Friction in Polymers and Protein Colloquia
3/15 Dr. Sean J. Carey, ISR, Boston College C A N C E L L E D Colloquia
3/29 Shuheng H. Pan, Boston University Probing High Tc Superconductivity at the Atomic Scale with a Low Temperature STM Colloquia
4/4 Igor Yu. Sokolov, University of Toronto Imaging of Atoms by Atomic Force Microscopy: Nano-Game of Forces Seminar
4/5 Prof. Jim Allen, UC Santa Barbara The Bloch Oscillator Colloquia
4/7 Igor Yu. Sokolov, University of Toronto Synthetic Seashells or Self-Assembly of Curved Mesoporous Silica Shapes Seminar
4/12 Miklos Gulacsi, Australian National University, Canberra Attractive Up regime in high Tc Seminar
4/13 Prof. Roald Hoffmann, Cornell University A Chemical and Theoretical Approach to Bonding at Surfaces Colloquia
4/26 Dr. Chris Hammel, Los Alamos National Laboratory Mechanical Detection of Magnetic Resonance: a Route to Solid State Quantum Computation Colloquia
5/3 Prof. Lu Sham, UC San Diego Electronic ferroelectrics and other strongly correlated insulators in theory Colloquia
5/4 Bairu Zhao, National Laboratory for Superconductivity
and
Institut of Physics Institute of Academy of China
Magnetic Properties in Phase Separated Cu-riched La2CuO4 System Seminar
5/11 Prof. Horst Stormer, Columbia University Fractional Charges and other Tales from Flatland Colloquia
5/16 Prof. Eric Yang, Korea University Hartree-Fock Theory of Hole Stripe Phases Seminar