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2017-11-20 12:45:00
CONDENSED MATTER SEMINAR Monday Nov. 20th, 12:45, Foldy Room FARIDA SELIM Department of Physics and Astronomy, Bowling Green State University Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy and Measurements of Origin of Novel Electronic Phenomena in Semiconductors and Oxides
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2017-11-20 12:45:00
CONDENSED MATTER SEMINAR Monday Nov. 20th, 12:45, Foldy Room FARIDA SELIM Department of Physics and Astronomy, Bowling Green State University Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy and Measurements of Origin of Novel Electronic Phenomena in Semiconductors and Oxides
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2017-11-13 12:45:00
CONDENSED MATTER SEMINAR Monday, Nov. 13th, 12:45 pm, Foldy room (Rock 221) VINCENT SOKALSKI Carnegie Mellon University A New Kind of Magnetism - The Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction
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2017-11-13 15:45:00
Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, & Statistics Analysis & Probability Seminar Date/Time: Monday, November 13, 2017 at 3:45 p.m. Location: Yost Hall, Room 306 Speaker: Kathryn Lockwood (PhD Student, MAMS Department, Case Western Reserve University) Title: Truncations of Random Unitary Matrices
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2017-11-14 11:30:00
PARTICLE / ASTROPHYSICS SEMINAR Tuesday, November 14, 11:30 am, Foldy Room (Rock 221) SIMONE AIOLA Princeton University Cosmology with ACTPol and AdvACT The bolometric polarimeter at the focal plane of the Atacama Cosmology
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2017-11-15 11:00:00
** Physics, Biology and Chemistry Coffee Hour ** Wednesday, November 15, 11:00, Hovorka Atrium refreshments will be served
2017-11-16 16:00:00
PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM Thursday, November 16, 4:00 pm, Rockefeller 301 A. H. HEUER Case Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering Mechanism of Aluminum-Oxide Scale Formation on some High-Temperature Structural Alloys
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2017-11-16 20:00:00
Frontiers of Astronomy Thursday, November 16th, 2017 8:00 pm-9:00 pm Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, Cleveland, OH 44106 FREE EVENT Philip Hopkins, California Institute of Technology The Universe on A Computer: The Formation of Galaxies, Stars, and Planets in a Violent Cosmos Astronomers have now discovered planets around distant stars, the relics of the first generation of stars in the Universe, and the light from the first galaxies when the Universe was but a fraction of its present age. However, a human life is infinitesimally small compared to the cosmic time scales over which these systems evolved, so we see only snapshots, instants in time. To link them together and understand how our Universe evolved, we rely on theoretical models and massive computational simulations. Fortunately for us, advances in computing power mean that this is possible and we are now beginning to understand the birth and death of galaxies, stars, and planets. What this has shown, in stark contrast to our beliefs from the last century, is that the Universe is a violent place, that only appears calm because of our brief history of observations. I will describe how galaxies collide, stars explode, planets are born and launched out of solar systems, and stardust is ejected from some galaxies and stolen by others. Together this forms the background of our understanding of how we arrived at this unique moment in time. -------------------------------------------------- -- The Physics Email Robot Email Physbot@narya.phys.cwru.edu with help as the Subject of your message to learn more about Physbot. If you are having problems w/ Physbot contact physbot-admin@anduril.phys.cwru.edu.
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2017-11-17 11:00:00
-------------------------------------------------- SPECIAL: Astronomy Colloquium Friday, November 17th, 2017 2:00 - 3:00 pm Sears Library Bldg. room 552 Phil Hopkins (Caltech) Stars Re-Shaping Galaxies
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