Condensed Matter Seminar Schedule
The seminar is held in Serin, rm.
(the main Physics building (East wing), 3rd floor)
at 1:30 P.M. on Tuesday
(we might also occasionally have an additional seminar on Thursdays, 1:30 pm, at the same location)
All welcome!Please contact our administrative assistant Stefanie Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions regarding travel arrangements and reimbursements. Questions about the seminar schedule should be addressed to Prof. Vitaly Podzorov (email@example.com).
|Jan. 17||Nanostructured Materials for Energy Applications: Predictions and Design from First Principles.||Marton Voeroes,
Argonne National Laboratory
|Jan. 24||Avoided Quantum Criticality in Disordered Dirac and Weyl Semimetals.||Jed Pixley,
University of Maryland
|Jan. 31||Bending rules
in graphene kirigami.
University of Pennsylvania
|Feb. 7||CANCELLED||V. A. Rolando||Sang Cheong|
|Feb. 14||Toward a parameter free theory of electrochemical phenomena at the nanoscale.||Clotilde S. Cucinotta,
Trinity College Dublin
|Feb. 21||What can machine learning teach us about many-body physics?||Pankaj Mehta||Natan Andrei|
Seminar: A P S M A R C
H M E E T I N G
|March 21||Can you
build superconductors with molecular bricks?
University of Oxford
|March 28||NO SEMINAR|
attenuation and dislocation vibrations.
|Bose condensation of excitons in
transition metal dichalcogenides.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
phase transitions from first principles.
quantum materials with superconducting circuits.
|April 25||Sliced basis
density matrix renormalization group for quantum chemistry.
||E. Miles Stoudenmire,
Slow dynamics and many-body localization in isolated quantum systems.
|Sarang Gopalakrishnan, CUNY||Emil Yuzbashyan|
|May 16||Visualization of polarization and screening charges using atomic force microscopy.||Seungbum Hong,
Argonne Nat. Laboratory