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Seminars and Colloquia

FALL 2014

 Date  Speaker  Title  Sem./Coll.
9/23 Michael Hermele
University of Boulder Colorado
Fractionalization of crystal momentum and other quantum numbers Seminar
9/24 Olivier Delaire
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Phonon Transport and Thermodynamics Probed with Scattering Measurements and Computer Simulations Colloquium
9/26 Marcel Hoek
Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente
At the interface between electron and hole-doped cuprates Seminar
10/1 Angelo Mascarenhas
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Photonics Research for Advanced Materials, Devices, and Physics Colloquium
10/7 Cyrus Hirjibehedin
London Centre for Nanotechnology,
University College London
Using Electronic Coupling to Control Magnetic Properties at the Atomic Scale Seminar
10/8 Rohit P. Prasankumar
Center for Intergrated Nanotechnologies, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Unraveling the Interplay Between Electric and Magnetic Order in Multiferroic Oxide Heterostructures

10/17 Yonathan Anahory
Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Scanning SQUID-on-tip microscopy of vortex matter Seminar
10/22 Chang-Beom Eom
The University of Wisconsin Madison, Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering
Oxide Nanoelectronics Colloquium
10/28 Joseph Heremans
Ohio State University,
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineer
Thermoelectric and spin-thermal solid-state energy conversion Colloquium
Oleg Shpyrko
University of California,
San Diego
To Be Determined Colloquium
11/5 David Mandrus
University of Tennessee
To Be Determined Colloquium
11/12 Chen Yang
Department of Chemistry, Purdue University
To Be Determined Colloquium
11/19 Anand Bhattacharya
Argonne National Laboratory, Materials Science Division
To Be Determined Colloquium
Hans Christen
Materials Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Controlling functional properties of complex oxides via the subtle structural changes induced by strain and interfaces Colloquium


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