Seminars and Colloquia

Fall 2017

Physics Colloquium: Guo-qing Zheng, Okayama University, Japan

September 06

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Isaac Silvera, Harvard University

September 13

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Markus Greiner, Harvard University

September 20

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Ivan Bozovic, Brookhaven National Laboratory

September 27

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Ashvin Vishwanath, Harvard University

October 04

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Jan Engelbrecht, Boston College

October 25

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Daniel Dessau, University of Colorado, Boulder

October 31

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 235

Physics Colloquium: Amir Yacoby, Harvard University

November 01

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Jing Shi, University of California, Riverside

November 06

3:30 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 235

Physics Colloquium: Bard Ermentrout, University of Pittsburgh

November 08

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Physics Colloquium: Daniel Nocera, Harvard University

November 21

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 235

Physics Colloquium: Hong Ding, Chinese Academy of Sciences

November 29

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Physics Colloquium: Evgeny Tsymbal, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

December 01

11:30 AM

Higgins Hall, Room 235

Physics Colloquium: Michelle Francl, Bryn Mawr College

December 06

4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, Room 310

Previous Seminars and Colloquia


S P R I N G  2 0 1 7

Date Speaker Title Sem./Coll.
Jan. 18 Liang Wu
Department of Physics
University of California, Berkeley

Shining light on topological insulators and Weyl semimetals Colloquium
Jan. 25 Cassandra Hunt
University of California, Berkeley
What relaxation pathways reveal about light-induced coherent coupling in cuprate superconductors Colloquium
Feb. 1 Andrej Singer
Department of Physics,
University of California, San Diego
Nanoscale dynamics in quasi-periodic complex materials Colloquium
Feb. 8 Dustin Gilbert
NIST Center for Neutron Research,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Controlling physics at the nanoscale with the ion handle Colloquium
Feb. 15
Ben Feldman
Department of Physics,
Princeton University
Real-space imaging of a nematic quantum liquid Colloquium
Feb. 22 Wanzheng Hu
Condensed Matter Department,
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamcis of Matter

Dynamical Control of Materials with Light Colloquium
Mar. 20 So Yeun Kim
Department of Physics & Astronomy,
Seoul National University
Electronic structure investigation on strongly correlated magnetic vdW material NiPS3   Seminar
Mar. 21
Peter Littlewood
University of Chicago
Metal-insulator transitions in elastic media Colloquium
Mar. 22 Rainer Weiss
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Observations of binary black hole mergers: the beginning of gravitational wave astronomy Colloquium
Apr. 5 Christopher Laumann
Department of Physics,
Boston University
Localization: Moving beyond Statistical Mechanics Colloquium
Apr. 19 Brian O'Shea
Michigan State
Better living through computation: Connecting the first stars in the universe to the Milky Way using cosmological simulations Colloquium
Apr. 26 Chandralekha Singh
University of Pittsburgh
Facilitating thinking and learning in and beyond the STEM classrooms Colloquium
May 4 Nuh Gedik
Department of Physics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Optical tuning of electronic valleys Colloquium