Colloquium

The Physics Colloquia are held on Mondays at 3:30pm - 4:30pm in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building and feature speakers on a broad range of current physics research topics.

Fall 2023 Colloquia - Spring 2024

Date

Speaker

Title

09-11-23

Saad Bhamla 

The Blob: Topologically Entangled Living Matter

09-18-23

Michael Shelley

Active Structures and Flows in Living Cells

09-25-23

Sarah Shandera

Open Quantum Systems in Cosmology

10-03-23

Oliver Dial

Error Mitigation and Suppression in Superconducting Quantum Processors

10-16-23

Patrick Huber 

Neutrinos, reactors & anomalies

10-23-23

Marc Lavine

Mistakes to Avoid Before Submitting a Paper

10-30-23

Sarah Vigeland

Searching for a Gravitational Wave Background with Pulsar Timing Arrays

11-06-23

Stefanie Milam

Beyond the Images: Astrochemistry with the James Webb Space Telescope

11-13-23

Jenne Driggers

 Gravitational Wave Detectors during the 4th Observing Run of the Advanced Detector Era

11-27-23

Walt A. de Heer 

Breakthroughs in epitaxial graphene electronics: semiconducting graphene and the spectacular edge state.

12-04-23

Kirsty Wan

From sea cells to seashells

01-22-24

Kamesh Krishnamurthy

Towards a physics of neural computation

01-29-24

Dapeng Bi

Decoding The Origins of Fluidity in Biological Tissues

01-31-24

Siddarth Mishra-Sharma

A radical new future for (astro)physics enabled by machine learning.

02-07-24

Yu Shi

Bridging nano- and mesoscale nuclear organization with correlative single molecule lattice light sheet microscopy

02-12-24

Sultan Hassan

Optimal methods for extracting information from upcoming surveys.

02-19-24

Sumitabha Brahmachari

Physical modeling of chromosomes across species: mechanistic insights and biological consequences of emergent structural features

02-26-24

Shiladitya Banerjee

Shaping Robust and Adaptive Living Matter

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