The Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium is held
on Monday afternoons at 4:15 pm in room SLH 102 unless otherwise noted.
Refreshments are served at 4:00 pm.
Metaphotonics: Form vs Function
Confinement and Processing Effects on Glassy Polymer Properties: Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Films
How do you teach Reynolds Number to a 4th grader? and Why is it good for you?
Power of Adiabatic Quantum Computation
No colloquium (PRESIDENTS DAY)
Geometry and Topology of an Intracellular Membrane
No colloquium (APS March Meeting)
Tailoring properties of single layer materials: looking beyond graphene
No colloquium (SPRING BREAK)
Water on the edge: hydrogen bonding through the looking glass of surface-selective vibrational spectroscopy
Single photons: From fundamental physics to quantum information
Spectroscopy of many-body systems with a cold atom quantum simulator
Seismic tomography of the Earth's interior: methodology and current research
Single cell analysis by super-resolution microscopy