500.011 DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH OVERVIEW Fall 2023 (Fr, 9:00 - 10:00, Physics and Astronomy PAÍS 2540

Please note: Some schedule changes may occur

August 25 9:00 am Rouzbeh Allahverdi Dark Matter as a Probe of the Early Universe
9:30 am Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine Mapping out the expansion history of the Universe
September 1 9:00 am Akimasa Miyake Quantum computation and many-body physics
9:30 am Ylva Pihlström Astronomical masers
September 8 9:00 am Sally Seidel Particle Discovery at the LHC
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September 15 9:00 am Mousumi Roy Physics of Magma Bodies and Volcanoes
9:30 am Huaiyu Duan Compact Objects and Neutrinos
September 22 9:00 am Tara Drake Microscopic optical frequency combs
9:30 am Dinesh Loomba On detecting the Migdal Effect and its implication for Dark Matter Searches
September 29 9:00 am Michael Gold What is a neutrino anyway? Why is neutrino-less double beta decay so important?
9:30 am Douglas Fields Neutrino-less Double Beta-Decay
October 6 9:00 am Francisco Elohim Becerra Experimental Quantum Optics
9:30 am Susan Atlas Quantum structure-function relationships in molecules and materials
October 13 Fall Break
October 20 9:00 am Darcy Barron Cosmology with the cosmic microwave background: instrumentation and data analysis
9:30 am Diana Dragomir Exoplanets
October 27 9:00 am Greg Taylor The Long Wavelength Array
9:30 am Paul Schwoebel Imaging crystal growth processes at the atomic level
November 3 9:00 am Ivan Deutsch Quantum Information Science
9:30 am Keith Lidke Fluorescence Nanoscopy in the age of AI
November 10 Paul Schwoebel Responsible Conduct in Research
November 17 Paul Schwoebel Responsible Conduct in Research
November 24 Thanksgiving Break
December 1 Paul Schwoebel Responsible Conduct in Research
December 8 Paul Schwoebel Responsible Conduct in Research