Seminars & Colloquia

Biological Physics Seminar
Thu, Jan 21 11:30am Nature-Inspired Materials Design
Sarah L. Perry, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Thu, Feb 11 11:30am Bacterial biofilms adjust their growth and toughness in response to physical stressors in the environment
Vernita Gordon, Department of Physics University of Texas at Austin
Condensed Matter Seminar
Thu, Jan 21 11:30pm Nature-Inspired Materials Design
Sarah L. Perry, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Thu, Jan 28 11:30am Dark continuum in the spectral function of the resonant Fermi polaron
Dr. Olga Goulko, Dept of Physics, UMass Amherst
Thu, Feb 11 11:30am Bacterial biofilms adjust their growth and toughness in response to physical stressors in the environment
Vernita Gordon, Dept. of Physics, University of Texas, Austin
Thu, Feb 18 11:30am Electrolytes at the interface: charge stabilization in colloids, emulsions and polymer blends
Johannes Zwanikken, Dept. of Physics, UMass Lowell
Thu, Mar 10 11:30am TBA
Kin Fai Mak, Dept. of Physics, Penn State
Thu, Mar 24 11:30am TBA
Ben Machta, Princeton University
Thu, Mar 31 11:30am TBA
Adrian Feguin, Dept of Physics, Northeastern University
Thu, Apr 7 11:30am TBA
Jeremy England, Dept. of Physics, MIT
Thu, Apr 14 11:30am TBA
Marcos Rigol, Dept of Physics, Penn State
Thu, Apr 21 11:30am TBA
Andrea Young, Dept of Physics, UC Santa Barbara
Departmental Colloquium
Wed, Feb 17 4:00pm TBA
Laura Cadonati, Georgia Institute of Technology
Wed, Mar 23 4:00pm TBA
Chen Wang, Yale University
Wed, Mar 30 4:00pm TBA
Murugappan Muthukumar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Wed, Apr 6 4:00pm TBA
Madhusudhan Venkadesan, Yale University
Wed, Apr 13 4:00pm TBA
Ayana Arce, Duke University
Wed, Apr 27 4:00pm TBA
Daniel Holz, University of Chicago
ACFI Seminar
Fri, Jan 22 2:15pm Chiral-Scale Perturbation Theory and the Renormalization Group
Rod Crewther, U. Adelaide
Tue, Apr 26 2:30pm Numerical Relativity for Cosmology: doing the non-linear physics for a non-linear problem
Tom Ghiblin, Kenyon College