Colloquium Recordings

Colloquium recordings can be accessed by Georgetown Affiliated Individuals Only (you will need to login with your NetID and Password in order to view the recording).

Tuesday, September 29th
Prof. Chandralekha Singh, University of Pittsburgh
Facilitating thinking and learning in and beyond the physics classrooms

Tuesday, October 6th
Prof. Andy Kent, New York University
A new spin on magnetism with applications in information processing

Tuesday, October 20th
Prof. Brad Marston, Brown University
El Niño as a Topological Insulator: A Surprising Connection Between Climate, and Quantum Physics

Tuesday, November 17th
Prof. Vincenzo Vitelli, University of Chicago
Non-reciprocity in collective phenomena: pattern-formation, synchronization and flocking.

Tuesday, December 1st
Prof. Sadegh Khochfar, University of Edinburgh
The Cosmic Nursery of Black Holes and Galaxies

Tuesday, February 2nd
Prof. LaShanda Korley, University of Delaware
Bio-inspired pathways to manipulating architecture and mechanics in polymeric materials

Tuesday, February 16th
Prof. Ichiro Takeuchi, University of Maryland
Combinatorial Experimentation and Machine Learning for Materials Discovery

Tuesday, March 2nd
Prof. T. Venky Venkatesan, National University of Singapore
Ultra-low switching Energy Memories to artificial neurons

Tuesday, March 9th
Samuel Owen, Otolith Labs
Biological Motion Sensors and Vertigo

Tuesday, April 6th
Prof. Lilo Pozzo, University of Washington
Understanding Nanoscale and Molecular Processes in Emulsions Systems with Neutron and X-ray Scattering

Tuesday, April 13th
Prof. Dan Fleisch, Wittenberg University
Delivering Physics

Tuesday, May 4th
Prof. Chinedum Osuji, University of Pennsylvania
Creating Useful Nanostructured Soft Materials (and single crystals) by Directed Self-Assembly