2015 Colloquia

12-11-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Philip Mannheim, “Neutrino Oscillations- The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics”

12-04-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Li Fang, “Photoionization of Midsize Systems with Free Electron Laser and XUV Laser Pulses’

11-20-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Alex Gianninas, “The ELM Survey: The Search for the Shortest Period Binary White Dwarfs”

11-13-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Dr. Shep Doeleman, “The Event Horizon Telescope: Imaging and Time-Resolving a Black Hole”

10-23-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Rainer Weiss, “A Brief History of Gravitational Waves: Theoretical Insight to Measurement”

10-09-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Robert Blum, “Astrophysics with Large Ground Bases Surveys at the National Observatory”

10-02-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Sam Werner, “The Effect of the Earth’s Gravity and Rotation on the Quantum Mechanical Phase of the Neutron”

09-11-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Marla Geha, “The Darkest Galaxies”

09-04-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Ronald Mallett, “A Very Brief History of General Relativity”

04-24-205, UConn Physics Colloquium, Michel Tytgat, “Desperately Looking for Dark Matter”

04-17-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Anthony R. Philpotts, “Connecticut’s Contribution to Global Cooling Through One of the World’s Largest Volcanic Eruptions”

04-03-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Robert Beichner, “The Student-Centered Active Learning Environment with Upside-down Pedagogies Project”

03-27-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Gregory D. Scholes, “Photosynthetic Light Harvesting and Ultrafast Energy Transfer”

02-27-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Werner Tornow, “The High-Intensity Gamma-ray Source at TUNL: A New Tool for Nuclear Physics”

01-23-2015, UConn Physics Colloquium, Edmund Bertschinger, “Creating a Thriving Physics Department for Students”