Georgetown faculty to present invited talks at the APS March Meeting

Three physics faculty members will be presenting invited talks at the 2020 March Meeting of the American Physical Society, March 2-6, in Denver, CO. Each year, the March Meeting brings together over 10000 physicists from around the world to exchange ideas and present research findings on a wide array of topics.

Kai Liu will deliver a talk entitled Magneto-Ionic Control of Heterostructures and Interfaces in a session focusing on emergent magnetism in oxide films and heterostructures.

Peter Olmsted will talk about Polymer Scission in Contraction Flows in a symposium on  nonlinear polymer flows. 

Patrick Johnson will present The Physics of Star Wars in a symposium about physics for everyone.

In addition, Colin McCormick, an adjunct faculty member in the program on Science, Technology, and International Affairs, will present How Self-Driving Cars Find Their Way in a symposium highlighting imaging in industry.