Nov
17
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Designing atom interferometry schemes for the Cold Atom Lab on the International Space Station

Prof. Mark Edwards
Georgia Southern University
Nov
15
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Stochastic nature of bacterial eradication using antibiotics

Minsu Kim
Emory university
Nov
14
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Strange and subtle states of matter – the topological ideas behind the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

Paul M. Goldbart, Dean
Georgia Institute of Technology
Nov
14
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Phonons determine the thermal properties of materials as well as mediating electronic transport. Our research has focused on the physics of phonons, with an emphasis on developing ab initio theoretical descriptions of thermal properties and phonon thermal transport.  This parameter-free theory has yielded excellent agreement with the measured thermal conductivities of a wide range of materials, validating its predictive capability and contributing insight into the nature of heat flow.  Examples of such

Prof. David Broido
Boston College
Nov
08
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New eyes on soft matter on the nanometer scale

Prof. Ernst-Ludwig Florin
University of Texas at Austin
Nov
01
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Adaptive strategies of multipartite viruses

Susanna Manrubia
Spanish National Centre for Biotechnology (CSIC)
Oct
31
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Bradley M. Peterson
The Ohio State University
Oct
26
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A multidisciplinary approach to pattern formation in ecology

Prof. Johan van de Koppel
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Oct
20
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Nanoscale Electronics and Mechanics in Low-Dimensional Material Systems

Prof. Marc Bockrath
University of California Riverside
Oct
17
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About a decade ago, a little after graphene was discovered, a few theoretical physicists proposed that all solids can be grouped into different classes according to their band structure topologies: depending on which group of the topological families the solid belongs to, it is supposed to carry distinct electronic properties. This notion of topology applied to the band structure of materials gave rise to the birth of topological materials as a new paradigm of condensed matter physics.

Seongshik Oh
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Oct
12
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Spin jams, tessellations and exotic entropy in a frustrated magnet

Prof. Israel Klich
University of Virginia
Oct
05
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Observation of a new strongly correlated phase of H2

Raina J. Olsen
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oct
03
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Colloquium

Dieter H. Hartmann
Clemson University
Sep
27
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Soft Condensed Matter and Physics of Living Systems: Prof. Gordon Berman, Emory University

Prof. Gordon Berman
Emory University
Sep
19
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School of Physics Colloquium

Raghuveer Parthasarathy
University of Oregon

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