Colloquia

  1. Prof. Andrea Cavalleri  Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg , Prof. Andrea Cavalleri Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg , "Controlling Quantum Materials with Light", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Andrea Cavalleri)3:30pm 11/22
  2. Prof. Zackaria Chacko, Department of Physics, University of Maryland, Prof. Zackaria Chacko, Department of Physics, University of Maryland, "Neutral Naturalness", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Zackaria Chacko, UMd)3:30pm 11/15
  3. Prof. Meredith Hughes, Wesleyan, Prof. Meredith Hughes, Wesleyan, "Using Debris Disks to Trace the Dynamics of Planetary Systems", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Meredith Hughes, Wesleyan)3:30pm 11/1
  4. Prof. Chunlei Guo, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester, Prof. Chunlei Guo, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester, "Material Functionalization with Femtosecond Lasers", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Chunlei Guo, University of Rochester)3:30pm 10/25
  5. Prof. P. Mannheim and  Prof. J. Trump , Physics Colloquium (The 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics) Prof. P. Mannheim and Prof. J. Trump , Physics Colloquium (The 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics)3:30pm 10/18
  6. Dr. Jianwei Qiu, Director, Theory Center, Jefferson Lab, Dr. Jianwei Qiu, Director, Theory Center, Jefferson Lab, "Nuclear Femtography - A new frontier of science and technology", Physics Colloquium3:30pm 10/11
  7. Dr. George C. Privon, Department of Astronomy, University of Florida, Dr. George C. Privon, Department of Astronomy, University of Florida, "Gas as a Tracer and Driver of Galaxy Evolution", Physics Colloquium3:30pm 10/4
  8. C. Trallero-Giner, Latin-American Center of Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, C. Trallero-Giner, Latin-American Center of Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, "Latin American Center for Physics, a challenge for the developing of science", Physics Colloquium3:30pm 9/27
  9. Dr. Ryan C. Hickox,  Department of Physics and Astronomy, Dartmouth College, Dr. Ryan C. Hickox, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Dartmouth College, "Black Holes Near and Far: Environments and Evolution of Active Galactic Nuclei ", Sigma Pi Sigma Colloquium4:00pm 5/3
  10. Prof. Tracy Webb, Department of Physics, McGill University, Prof. Tracy Webb, Department of Physics, McGill University, "The Growth of the Most Massive Galaxies in the Highest Density Regions: Evidence for In-Situ Star Formation in Brightest Cluster Galaxies", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Tracy Webb, McGill)3:30pm 4/26
  11. Women in Physics Colloquium Women in Physics Colloquium3:30pm 4/19
  12. Prof. Beth Parks, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Colgate University, Prof. Beth Parks, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Colgate University, "Air Quality Measurements in Uganda ", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Beth Parks, Colgate University)3:30pm 3/29
  13. Prof. Stephen Pate, New Mexico State University, Prof. Stephen Pate, New Mexico State University, "Exploring the Axial Structure of the Nucleon", Physics Colloquium (Professor Stephen Pate, NMSU)3:30pm 3/8
  14. Prof. Philip Mannheim, University of Connecticut, Prof. Philip Mannheim, University of Connecticut, "Title: Is dark matter fact or fantasy -- clues from the data", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Philip Mannheim)3:30pm 3/1
  15. Prof. Michael Lubell, CCNY, Prof. Michael Lubell, CCNY, "Navigating the Maze. How Science and Technology Policy Shape America and the World", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Michael Lubell, CCNY)3:30pm 2/22
  16. Prof. Lee Roberts, Boston University, Prof. Lee Roberts, Boston University, "Searching for Physics Beyond the Standard Model with the World's Largest Penning Trap", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Lee Roberts, Boston University)3:30pm 2/8
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