Colloquia

  1. Profs. Gerald Dunne and Jon Trump, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Profs. Gerald Dunne and Jon Trump, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, "Black Holes: The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics", The 2020 Nobel Prize In Physics (Physics Department Colloquium)3:30pm 10/30
  2. Dr. James Guillochon, Berkshire Gray, Dr. James Guillochon, Berkshire Gray, "From Black Holes, to Data Science, to Robots: Tips & tricks for going into industry", Physics Colloquium: From Black Holes To Robots3:30pm 10/9
  3. Prof. Richard Milner MIT, Physics Colloquium: Visualizing The Proton Prof. Richard Milner MIT, Physics Colloquium: Visualizing The Proton3:30pm 9/25
  4. Dr. Ali Kaya, Department of Physics, Harvard University, Dr. Ali Kaya, Department of Physics, Harvard University, "Challenging the initial condition prescriptions in quantum cosmology", Physics Colloquium (Dr. Ali Kaya)3:30pm 3/6
  5. Prof. Reynold E. Silber, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, Prof. Reynold E. Silber, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, "Transport properties of liquid transition metals at extreme conditions: a lesson from metallic glasses with the forbidden symmetry", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Reynold Silber)3:30pm 2/7
  6. Prof. Dale Kocevski, Colby College, Prof. Dale Kocevski, Colby College, "Connecting Black Hole Growth and Galaxy Evolution Across Cosmic Time", Physics Colloquium (Prof. Dale Kocevski)3:30pm 1/24
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