Archive: Colloquia 2013

11-15-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Philip Mannheim, “The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics”

11-08-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Edward Large, “Signal Processing, Pattern Formation and Plasticity in Networks of Neural Oscillators”

11-01-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Bill Herbst, “Insights into Planet Formation from an Unusual ‘Proto-Tatooine’ Star”

10-25-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Andrei Derevianko, “Magic, Precise and Electroweak”

10-11-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Tom Weinacht, “Probing Molecules with Strong Laser Fields”

09-27-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Dmitri Kharzeev, “Chirality: From Particles and Nuclei to Quantum Materials”

08-30-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Henry R. Weller, “Two Application of Nuclear Physics: Detection of Fissile Material for Homeland Security and Development of an Aneutronic Fusion Reactor”

05-03-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Seth Redfield, “Transiting Exoplanets and Their Atmospheres”

04-19-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, John Hill, “X-Ray Studies of Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Dynamics in High-Tc Superconductors”

04-12-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Mark Silverman, “Serendipitous Encounters with the Laws of Physics”

04-05-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Rajan Gupta, “The Standard Model and Lattice QCD and Its Role in Constraining Physics Beyond”

03-29-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Todd Satogata, “A Survey of Accelerator Medical Applications”

03-15-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Dervis Can Vural, “Statistical Mechanics of Aging and Death”

03-08-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, David Dean, “Nuclei and Astrophysics 2007-2020”

02-22-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Nora Berrah, “Probing Matter from Within Using Ultra-Intense and Ultra-Fast X-Rays from the LCLS Free Electron Laser”

02-18-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, Robert Roser, “The Remarkable Fermilab Tevatron and Fermilab’s Plan for Its Future”

02-01-2013, UConn Physics Colloquium, William Brooks, “New Experimental Tools for Exploring Gluon Saturation and Hadron Formation in QCD”