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Physics Colloquium, Spring 2018

Event Title Speaker Date/Time Location
Physics Colloquium: "Physics and chemistry with diatomic molecules near absolute zero" Tanya Zelevinsky, Columbia University
1/17/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "Design and Creativity in Introductory Physics Labs" Mats Selen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1/24/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "Infinite Temperature Quantum Mechanics: How short quantum circuits lead to the breakdown of statistical physics and other stories about many-body localization" Bryan Clark, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1/31/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "Diversity Revealed: Stellar Rotation and the Time Domain Revolution" Marc Pinsonneault, The Ohio State University
2/7/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "A View of the Dawn of Time from Above the Clouds" Jeff Filippini, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2/14/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "The Principle of Least Action: History and Physics" Alberto Rojo, Oakland University
2/21/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "What does the Revolution in Artificial Intelligence Mean for Physics?" Kyle Cranmer, New York University
2/28/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

No Physics Colloquium: March APS Meeting 3/7/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "The Origin of Matter: Baryogenesis" Ann Nelson, University of Washington
3/14/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "The Trouble with Einstein's Time" Jimena Canales, author of "The Physicist and the Philosopher: Einstein, Bergson, and the Debate That Changed Our Understanding of Time"
3/28/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "Catching and reversing a quantum jump mid-flight" Michel Devoret, Yale University
4/4/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: "Discovery of the chiral Majorana fermion and its application to topological quantum computing" Shoucheng Zhang, Stanford University
4/11/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: Axel Lecture - "Searching for Dark Matter" Xiangdong Ji, Maryland University
4/18/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: Ralph O. Simmons Distinguished Lecture - "Liquid helium-3 and its metallic cousins: exotic pairing and exotic excitations" Tony Leggett, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4/25/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

Physics Colloquium: Slichter Colloquium - "The Rise and Fall of the Fermi Liquid: The Strange Metal Near a Quantum Critical Point" James Analytis, University of California, Berkeley
5/2/2018
4 p.m.

141 Loomis

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