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Department of Physics

Seminars & Colloquia

spring 2005

Date Speaker Title Sem./Coll.
1/19 Christopher Regan
UC Berkeley
"Small Machines: Novel Physics in Nanoelectromechanical Systems" Colloquium
1/26 Stephen Cronin
Harvard University
"Measuring Individual Carbon Nanotubes Using Raman Spectroscopy and Nano-Fabrication Techniques" Colloquium
2/1 Irfan Siddiqi
Yale University
"Using a Dynamical Bifurcation to Readout a Quantum Bit Colloquium
2/2 H. Eugene Stanley
Boston University
"Puzzling Physics of the Complex Fluid, Liquid Water" Colloquium
2/9 John Chiaverini
NIST, Boulder
"Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Ions" Colloquium
2/16 Robert M. Westervelt
Harvard University
Imaging a Single-Electron Quantum Dot" Colloquium
2/23 Andrew Cohen
Boston Universtiy
"Elecroweak Superconductivity" Colloquium
2/28 Patrick Lee
MIT
"Physics of Strong Electronic Correlation in Sodium doped Cobaltates: NAXCoO2" Seminar
3/2 Raman Sundrum
The Johns Hopkins University
"The Superworld, the Braneworld, and Our World" Colloquium
3/30 Tony Leggett
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Superfluidity, Phase Coherence and the New Bose-Condensed Alkali Gases" Colloquium
4/6 Herbert Levine
UC San Diego
"Dictyostelium Aggregation: A Meeting Point of Cell Biology and Nonequilibrium Physics" Colloquium
4/13 Max Tegmark
MIT
"From Derision Cosmology to Precision Cosmology" Colloquium
4/20 Daniel Cronin-Hennessy
University of Minnesota
"A New Frontier of Weak and Strong Interactions" Colloquium
4/26 N. P. Ong
Princeton University
"What Lies Above, Evidence for a Vortex Liquid State Above Tc in the Cuprates" Seminar
4/27 Andrei Ruckenstein
Rutgers
"Transcription Elongation in E-coli: Biological Control Without Maxwell Demons?" Colloquium
5/3 H. Fertig
Indiana University
"Disordered Superfluidity in the Quantum Gall Bilayer" Seminar
5/6 Phillip Phillips
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"The Elusive Bose Metal in 2D" Colloquium
5/11 David J. Singh
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

"Materials on a Kinfe's-Edge: NaxCoO2 and NaxCoO2 x yH20"

Seminar
5/19 First Year Graduate Students
Boston College
Fraduate Seminar Seminar