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Department of Physics

Seminars and Colloquia

fall 2012

ate Speaker Title Sem./Coll.
8/28
S.R. Eric Yang
Korea University
Unusual quantum effects of Dirac electrons in electric potentials
Seminar
9/4
Antonello Andreone
The Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
Engineering photonic quasicrystals Seminar
9/18
    Seminar
9/19 Philip L. Taylor
Case Western Reserve University
Can that really be so?  A light-hearted look at the concept of force in classical, quantum, and statistical mechanics. Colloquium
9/25     Seminar
9/26 David Bishop
Boston University
Silicon Micro-Machines for Fun and Profit Colloquium
10/2
    Seminar
10/3 Stephan Rosenkranz
Argonne National Laboratory
Resonant spin excitations in Iron Arsenide superconductors Colloquium
10/9 Peter Hirschfeld
University of Florida
Forging a Theory of Iron-based Superconductors Seminar
10/10 Kenneth S. Burch
University of Toronto
Probing and Manipulating the Surface of Topological Insulators Seminar
10/10
John J. Quinn
University of Tennessee
Excitons and Photoluminescence in Quantum Hall Systems Colloquium
10/16
Pablo Jarillo-Herrero
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Quantum Transport and Optoelectronics in Graphene on hBN devices

 

Seminar
10/17 Karen Hallberg
Centro Atomico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, CNEA
Correlations, Quantum Entanglement and Interference in Nanoscopic Systems Colloquium
10/22 Andrzej K. Drukier
BioTraces, Inc
Detecting WIMPs using molecular biology methods.
Seminar
10/23 Gang Cao
University of Kentucky
Spin-Orbit Tuned Ground States in Single-Crystal Iridates
Seminar
10/24
Seth Fraden
Brandeis University
Materials Morphogenesis Colloquium
       
       
11/6
Piers Coleman
Rutgers University
The strange case of YBA1 Seminar
11/9
Masaki Fujita
Institute for Materials Research,
Tohoku University
Doping-evolution of spin excitations in single-layer cuprate high-Tc superconductors Seminar
11/13
Olivier Delaire
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Phonon Scattering in Thermoelectric Materials Seminar
11/14
Bulbul Chakraborty
Brandeis University
Origin of Rigidity in Marginal Solids Colloquium
11/15
Yuli D. Chashechkin
Laboratory of Fluid Mechanics Institute for Problems in Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Science
Differential Fluid Mechanics:  From "Diffusion Fish" to Sound Emission in Drop Impact Seminar
11/27
Richard D. Robinson
Cornell University
Chemical and Structural Engineering of Nanomaterials for Energy Device Seminar
11/28
Xiaoqing Pan
University of Michigan
Probing the Dynamic Behavior of Ferroelectrics at the Atomic Scale in Real-Time Colloquium
12/4 Hanno Weitering
University of Tennessee
Polaronic transport and current blockades in epitaxial silicide nanowires and nanowire arrays Seminar
12/5
P. Chris Hammel
Ohio State University
Spin dynamics and transport in nanoscale volumes Colloquium
12/7 Zhonghao Liu
Renmin University, China
ARPES studies of Iron-based superconductors Seminar
12/11 Adolfo G. Eguiluz
University of Tennessee
The density-response function and related physics: Neutral electronic excitations and downfolded Hamiltonians for complex transition-metal oxides Seminar
12/11
Krastan Blagoev
National Science Foundation, USA,
University of Cambridge, UK
Funding at the National Science Foundation Seminar