Archive: Colloquia 2012

12-07-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Konstantinos Makris, “PT-Symmetric Optics”

11-30-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, John Ralston, “Observing Light (and other things) Travel Faster Than Light”

10-19-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Paul Tipton, “The Higgs: What Your Tax Dollars Have Taught Us About Mass”

10-05-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Aland Chin, “Current Status of Reliable High Power Diode Laser Development”

04-27-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Robert Roser, “From the Top Quark to the Higgs Boson- A Quest for Discovery at the Tevatron”

04-20-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Eric Hudson, “Molecular Ions: A New Addition to the Quantum Toolbox”

04-13-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Allena K. Opper, “Precision Tests of the Standard Model with Parity-Violation in Electron Scattering”

04-06-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Filomena Nunes, “Reaction Theory for Studying Rare Isotopes”

03-30-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Alexander Turbiner, “Atomic-Molecular Physics in a Strong Magnetic Field and Atmosphere of a Neutron Star”

03-23-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Mahalingam Balasubramanian, “In Situ Core-Shell Spectroscopic Methods at Sector 20 in the Advanced Photon Source”

03-09-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Lawrence Cardman, “Building Nucleons and Nuclei from Quarks and Glue: Nuclear Physics Research at Jefferson Lab, Now in the 12 GeV Era”

03-02-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Peter Schweitzer, “The Energy-Momentum Tensor of the Nucleon”

02-24-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Martin Zwierlein, “A Little Big Bang: Strong Interactions in Ultracold Fermi Gases”

02-17-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Peter Johnson, “Superconductivity in the 21st Century”

02-10-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Hutch Neilson, “ITER Physics and the Path to Fusion Energy”

02-03-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Roman Krems, “Frenkel Exciton Physics with Ultracold Molecules”

01-27-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Linda Reichl, “Quantum Control of Ultracold Atoms Using Nonlinear Dynamics”

01-20-2012, UConn Physics Colloquium, Christine A. Aidala, “From Quarks and Gluons to the World Around Us: Advancing Quantum Chromodynamics by Probing Nucleon Structure”