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Department of Physics

Seminars & Colloquia

fall 2002

Date Speaker Title Sem./Coll.
9/4 Antonio Castro-Neto, BU The search for the fundamental laws of complex materials Colloquia
9/18 Dirk K. Morr,
More than Just Schmutz: Impurities and Disorder in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems Colloquia
9/25 Alexander V. Balatsky,
Los Alamos National Lab
Noise spectroscopy of a single spin Colloquia
10/2 T. Maurice Rice,
ETH, Zurich
The Search for Unconventional Superconductivity: A Long Story with a Happy Ending Colloquia
10/9 Roland Kersting,
Towards Terahertz Quantum Optics in Semiconductors Colloquia
10/15 David Sherrington,
Glassiness due to purely kinetic constraints Seminar
10/16 David Sherrington,
Magnets, microchips, memories and markets; statistical physics of complex systems Colloquia
10/23 Hong Ding,
Probing high-Tc superconductors through photoelectrons Colloquia
10/30 Dung-Hai Lee
UC Berkeley
Inhomogeneity in doped Mott insulators and its relevance to high Tc superconductivity Colloquia
11/6 Sekazi Mtingwa Operating a heavy flavor factory at the next linear collider Colloquia
11/13 Andrei Ruckenstein,
From Fermi Functions to Genetic Networks Colloquia
12/4 Ronald Pindak,
Brookhaven National Lab
Utilizing the unique properties of synchrotron X-ray sources to observe nanoscale orientational symmetries in liquid crystals and strain relaxation in buried epilayers Colloquia
Wolfgang Ketterle,
Experiments with Bose-Einstein Condensates Colloquia