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Department of Physics

Seminars and Colloquia

department of physics

Spring 2016

 Date  Speaker  Title  Sem./Coll.
1/21 William Witczak-Krempa
Dept. of Physics, Harvard University
Signatures of supersymmetry on a topological chip Seminar
1/27 David Cahill
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering and Materials Research Laboratory,
University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Picosecond Spin Caloritronics Colloquium
2/1 Michelle Povinelli
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
Nanophotonics for Resonance-Enhanced Optics: Solar Absorption, Nanoscale Heating, and On-chip Particle Manipulation Colloquium
2/10 Susanne Yellin
Dept. of Physics, University of Connecticut
Negative refraction and nonlinear optics: some aspects of quantum coherence effects Colloquium
2/17 Natalia Litchinitser
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, University at Buffalo
Light-Matter Interactions in Engineered Optical Media Colloquium
2/18 Natalio Mingo
CEA - French Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission
Ab-initio modeling of thermal transport beyond the single crystal: effects of size, defects, dimensionality, and soft modes Seminar
2/24 Dave Thirumalai
Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland
Design principles governing the motility of myosin motors Colloquium
3/2 Xiaoji Xu
Dept. of Chemistry,
Lehigh University
Scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy with reconstruction of vertical interactions Colloquium
3/21 Jeremy Levy
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh
  Seminar
3/23  
Young-June Kim
Dept. of Physics,
University of Toronto
  Colloquium
3/30 Jason Hancock
Dept. of Physics,
University of Connecticut
  Colloquium
4/4 Ryan A. Murdick
Molecular Vista
Photo-induced force microscopy: nanoscale imaging with chemical recognition Seminar
4/6 Daniel Britt
Dept. of Physics,
University of Central Florida
  Colloquium
4/13 Irina Novikova
Dept. of Physics, College of William and Mary
Cool quantum optics with hot atoms Colloquium
4/20 Christopher Fuchs
Dept. of Physics, UMass Boston
Say `Boo!’ To Spooky Action at a Distance Colloquium
4/27 Enkeleda Dervishi
Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  Colloquium