Archive: Colloquia 2008

11-21-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Hooman Davoudiasl, “The Rest of Newton’s Apple”

11-14-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Michael E. Chandross, “Molecular Simulations of Lubrication and Damage in Self-Assembled Monolayers”

11-07-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Kate Kirby, “Atomic and Molecular Physics for Forefront Astronomy”

10-24-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Philip Mannheim, “Quantum Mechanics Off the Beaten Track”

10-10-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Kevin Short, “Disassembly, Repair and Rebuilding of Music with Mathematics”

09-19-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Emilio Mendez, “Nanoscience for Energy at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials”

09-12-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Gerald Dunne, “The Physics of Divergence”

05-02-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Laura Clarke, “Molecular Motion in Self-Assembled Monolayers”

04-25-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Bishnu Pal, “Microstructured Optical Fibers and Waveguides: Some Recent Research Results”

04-18-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Robert Roser, “The Tevatron Program and Its Search for the Higgs Boson”

04-16-2008, Joint Statistics/Physics Colloquium, David P. Landau, “A New Approach to Montel Carlo Simulations in Statistical Physics and Beyond”

04-11-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Mark Silverman, “Finding the Length of the Emperor’s Nose: A Test of Collective Knowledge”

04-04-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, A. G. Rinzler, “Carbon Nanotube Enabled Vertical Field Effect and Light Emitting Transistors”

03-28-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Adam Johnston, “To Learn: Multiple Meanings and Goals for Physics Education”

03-21-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Douglas Toussaint, “How to Weigh a Quark”

03-07-2008, UConn Physics Colloquium, Mark Alford, “Superconducting Quarks: Condensed Matter in the Heavens”