Colloquia

  1. Professor Nadia Fomin, University of Tennessee, Professor Nadia Fomin, University of Tennessee, "Life and Death of the Free Neutron", Physics Colloquium3:30pm11/16
  2. Prof. Serge M. Nakhmanson, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut, Prof. Serge M. Nakhmanson, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut, "Mesoscale simulations of ferroic functionalities with finite elements: MOOSE, Ferret and other animals", Physics Colloquium3:30pm11/9
  3. Adam Ginsburg, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Socorro, New Mexico, Adam Ginsburg, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Socorro, New Mexico, "High mass star and cluster formation", Physics Colloquium3:30pm11/2
  4. Prof. Roger Falcone, University of California, Berkeley and 2018 President of the American Physical Society, Prof. Roger Falcone, University of California, Berkeley and 2018 President of the American Physical Society, "Science at High Energy Density and Work of the American Physical Society", Physics Colloquium3:30pm10/19
  5. Prof. J. Brad Marston, Physics Department, Brown University, Prof. J. Brad Marston, Physics Department, Brown University, "El Nino as a Topological Insulator: A Surprising Connection Between Climate and Quantum Physics", Physics Colloquium3:30pm10/12
  6. Prof. Dawn Meredith, Department of Physics, University of New Hampshire, Prof. Dawn Meredith, Department of Physics, University of New Hampshire, "Instructor and student resources in the physics course for life science students", Physics Colloquium3:30pm10/5
  7. Prof. Steve Finkelstein, Department of Astronomy, University of Texas, Austin, Prof. Steve Finkelstein, Department of Astronomy, University of Texas, Austin, "Understanding the Reionization of the Universe Now and with JWST", Physics Colloquium3:30pm9/28
  8. Dr. Peter D Drummond FAA, Centre for Quantum and Optical Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Peter D Drummond FAA, Centre for Quantum and Optical Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, "Testing quantum mechanics with modern technology", Physics Colloquium3:30pm9/21
  9. Professor Alexandra Pope, Department of Astronomy, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Professor Alexandra Pope, Department of Astronomy, University of Massachusetts Amherst, "Rise of dust: Completing our Census of Cosmic Star Formation", Physics Colloquium3:30pm9/14
  10. Title: Contributions of Dr. Nora Berrah to the Growth of the Physics Department, Physics ColloquiumTitle: Contributions of Dr. Nora Berrah to the Growth of the Physics Department, Physics Colloquium3:30pm9/7
  11. Prof. Gerald Dunne, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Prof. Gerald Dunne, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, "Stephen Hawking: His Life and His Physics", Sigma Pi Sigma Colloquium4:00pm4/27
  12. UConn Physics Colloquium, A celebration in recognition of Professor Douglas Hamilton's teaching, scholarship, and service, Physics ColloquiumUConn Physics Colloquium, A celebration in recognition of Professor Douglas Hamilton's teaching, scholarship, and service, Physics Colloquium3:30pm4/20
  13. Prof. Abbas Ourmazd, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Prof. Abbas Ourmazd, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, "Don't be a control freak.", Physics Colloquium3:30pm4/13
  14. Dr. Mark S. Hybertsen, Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Dr. Mark S. Hybertsen, Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven National Laboratory, "Single Molecule Junction Conductance & Force Measurements: Laboratory to Probe Structure-Function Relationships", Physics Colloquium3:30pm4/6
  15. Prof. Wen-Fai Fong, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Northwestern University, Physics ColloquiumProf. Wen-Fai Fong, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Northwestern University, Physics Colloquium3:30pm3/30
  16. Dr. Betsy Mills, Department of Astronomy, Boston University, Dr. Betsy Mills, Department of Astronomy, Boston University, "Journey to the center of the Galaxy: following gas accretion from hundreds of parsecs to the black hole", Physics Colloquium3:30pm3/9
  17. Prof. Emily Myers, Dept. of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, University of Connecticut, Prof. Emily Myers, Dept. of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, University of Connecticut, "There's many a slip twixt ear and lip: distortions, discontinuities, and disasters in speech perception", Physics Colloquium3:30pm3/2
  18. Dr. Clay Tabor, Department of Geography, University of Connecticut, Dr. Clay Tabor, Department of Geography, University of Connecticut, "Understanding orbitally driven δ^{18}O variability in the South Asian monsoon region", Physics Colloquium3:30pm2/23
  19. Prof. Or Hen, Department of Physics, MIT, Prof. Or Hen, Department of Physics, MIT, "Fluctuating Nucleons in Asymmetric Nuclei", Physics Colloquium3:30pm2/16
  20. Dr. Meg Urry, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Yale University, Dr. Meg Urry, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Yale University, "Does Supermassive Black Hole Growth Affect Galaxy Evolution?", Physics Colloquium3:30pm1/19
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