Until further notice, colloquia will be held online from 3:30 – 4:30 pm on Wednesdays.  For zoom information refer to the talk abstract.


All welcome!



Jan 27

SPARC and the High Magnetic Field Path to Fusion Energy

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Martin Greenwald (MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center) Piers Coleman

Feb 3

 Short Range Correlations in Nucleii   (It takes two to dance).

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Eliezer Piasetzky (Tel Aviv University)

 Larry Zamick

Feb 10

 Progress and Prospects for the Second Quantum Revolution

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Steve Girvin (Yale U. )  SriVatsan Chakram  Sundar

Feb 17

Chiral spintronics: non collinear spin textures with application to Racetrack Memory

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Stuart Parkin (Max Planck, Halle)

 Sang Cheong

Feb 24

Hubbard model physics in moire materials

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Kin Fai Mak (Cornell U.)  Eva Andrei

Mar 3

Is new physics lurking inside living matter?

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Paul Davies (Arizona State U, Tempe)

 Piers Coleman

Mar 10

The Emerging Field of Fast Radio Bursts

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J. Xavier Prochaska (U.C. Santa Cruz)   Eric Gawiser

March 17

Spring Recess (no colloquium)    

Mar 24

Rare isotopes unveil a new era in nuclear science

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Rituparna Kanungo (St Mary's U.)

 Jolie Cizewski

Mar 31

Exploring the stellar graveyard with gravitational waves.

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Laura Cadonati (Georgia Tech)  Andrew Mastbaum

Apr 7

Non-equilibrium matter through the prism of quantum entanglement.

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Dmitry Abanin (U. Geneva)  Natan Andrei

Apr 14

A galactic-scale gravitational-wave detector for the biggest black holes in the universe

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Sarah Burke-Spolaor (W. Virginia)  Chuck Keeton

Apr 21

Supporting Variation in Students’ Needs, Abilities and Interests in Postsecondary STEM Courses

*also PAER seminar

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Jackie Chini (U. Central Florida)  Geraldine Cochran

Apr 28

Dark matter constraints from small scale structure

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Risa Wechsler (Stanford U. )    Chuck Keeton

Please contact our administrative assistant Lisa Rivera (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with questions regarding travel arrangements and reimbursements. Questions about the colloquium schedule should be addressed to Prof. Piers Coleman.



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