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Physics Colloquium Series, Fall 2014 and beyond

Usual Time and Place » Thursday: 4:15 p.m. / Rockefeller 301

Unusual times or locations are noted in red.

Date Speaker Title Host
Aug 28 Kate McAlpine
University of Michigan
Getting research news out: connecting with the press and DIY communication Harsh Mathur
Sept 4 R. Scott Kemp
Building Nuclear Bombs in Your Basement: the technology of nuclear proliferation Phil Taylor
Sept 11 Samir Mathur
Ohio State University
The black hole information paradox and its resolution in string theory Harsh Mathur (no relation!)
Sept 18 Robert Griffiths
Carnegie Mellon
Quantum Mechanics Without Measurements P. Taylor
Sept 25 Leah Broussard
The Standard Model and Beyond with Ultracold Neutrons Harsh Mathur
Oct 2 No talk this week
Oct 9 Walter Lambrecht
CWRU Physics
Halide perovskites: their unusual combination of properties and its impact on solar cell applications
Oct 16 Amar Vutha
York University, Toronto
Constraining supersymmetry using molecules
Oct 23 No talk this week
Oct 30 4:30
Clark Hall Room 206 - 11130 Bellflower Road
Harsh Mathur
CWRU Physics
"Physics and Language" (Not a Physics Colloquium, but a talk of interest to physicists) Baker-Nord Center
Nov 6 Jenny Thomas
University College London
Neutrino Oscillations at Work Glenn Starkman
Nov 13
Nov 20 Smita Vishveshwara
Spotting Majorana Fermions amidst Hofstadter butterflies and disordered landscapes Harsh Mathur
Dec 4
Jan 15, 2015 Jeff Gore
Mike Hinczewski
Jan 22 Nicholas Giordano
Physics of the Piano Walter Lambrecht
Jan 29 TBA
The 2014 Science Nobel Prizes - What were they given for?
Feb 5 Barry Rand
Teaching old materials new tricks: Making organic semiconductors crystallize on demand and metals emit light Ken Singer
Feb 12
Feb 19
Feb 26 Nader Engheta
University of Pennsylvania
TBA Pino Strangi
Mar 5 No talk - APS March Meeting
Mar 12 No talk - Spring Break
Mar 19
Mar 26
Apr 2
Apr 9
Apr 16
Apr 23