2023 Colloquia

Tuesday, January 31, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: How protein motors shape chromosomes
Dr. Edward Banigan, MIT

Tuesday, February 14, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Artificial spin ice: a playground for frustration
Prof. Peter Schiffer, Yale University

Tuesday, February 28, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: L10 -phase FePd thin films with low damping and high thermal stability for semiconductor-compatible high performance memory
Dr. Daniel Gopman, NIST

Tuesday, March 14, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: A topological insulator-based platform for Majorana bound states
Dr. Kristof Moors, Peter Grünberg Institute 9, Forschungszentrum Jülich

Tuesday, March 21, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: The Growing Danger of Nuclear Weapons (and How Physicists Can Help Reduce It)
Dr. Laura Grego, Union for Concerned Scientists

Tuesday, March 28, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Shape Sculpting and Shapeshifting with Soft Matter
Prof. Timothy Atherton, Tufts University

Tuesday, April 4, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: The Carbon Scaffold: Building Next-Generation Materials and Devices on Quasi-freestanding Epitaxial Graphene
Prof. Kevin Daniels, University of Maryland

Tuesday, April 11, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Exploring novel 2D and 3D topological spin textures with advanced x-ray spectromicroscopies
Dr. Peter Fischer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Tuesday, April 18, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Defects in Superconducting Qubits
Prof. Maria Iavarone, Temple University

Tuesday, April 25, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Clogging: the self sabotage of suspension flows
Prof. Alban Sauret, University of California, Santa Barbara

Tuesday, May 2, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Manipulation of non-orthogonal polarization states via optical metasurfaces for classical and quantum applications
Prof. Mu Wang, Nanjing University and APS Editorial Office