CONDENSED MATTER SEMINAR
SEMINAR TIME AND LOCATION:
Thursday, 4:10-5:00 pm, Physics-Geology 416.
Thursday, September 27:
Prof. Srinivas Raghu
"Effects of longer-range interactions on unconventional
Thursday, October 4:
Prof. Daniel Arovas
University of California, San Diego
"The amplitude mode in condensed matter - Higgs hunting on a budget"
Thursday, October 11:
Prof. Shufeng Zhang
University of Arizona
"Spin information propagation via electrons and magnons"
Thursday, October 18:
Prof. Cenke Xu
University of California, Santa Barbara
"Symmetry Protected Criticality and Symmetry Protected Topological
Thursday, October 25:
Dr. Joseph Bradley
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
"Wind Turbines, Nuclear Waste, and Fundamental Physics" -or-
"Why you should care about f-electrons"
Thursday, November 1:
Dr. Korana Burke
University of California, Davis
"Turnstiles as a Chaotic Ionization Mechanism in Rydberg Atoms"
Thursday, November 8:
Prof. Kevin Mitchell
University of California, Merced
"Burning Invariant Manifolds: Barriers to Front Propagation in Fluid
Thursday, November 15:
Prof. Peter Nordlander
Thursday, November 22:
Thursday, November 29:
Dr. Jake Koralek
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
"Ultrafast Lasers and the emergent properties of solids"
Thursday, December 6:
Dr. Jeff Nelson
Manager, Nanostructure Physics Department
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM
"Solar Glitter: Low-Cost, Solar Energy Harvesting with Microsystems