Colloquia

Current Semester (Spring 2021)

Tuesday, May 4th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Creating Useful Nanostructured Soft Materials (and single crystals) by Directed Self-Assembly
Prof. Chinedum Osuji, University of Pennsylvania

Tuesday, April 13th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Delivering Physics
Prof. Dan Fleisch, Wittenberg University

Tuesday, April 6th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Understanding Nanoscale and Molecular Processes in Emulsions Systems with Neutron and X-ray Scattering
Prof. Lilo Pozzo, University of Washington

Tuesday, March 9th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Biological Motion Sensors and Vertigo
Samuel Owen, Otolith Labs

Tuesday, March 2nd, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Ultra-low switching Energy Memories to artificial neurons
Prof. T. Venky Venkatesan, National University of Singapore

Tuesday, February 16th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Combinatorial Experimentation and Machine Learning for Materials Discovery
Prof. Ichiro Takeuchi, University of Maryland

Tuesday, February 2nd, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Bio-inspired pathways to manipulating architecture and mechanics in polymeric materials
Prof. LaShanda Korley, University of Delaware

Fall 2020 Semester

Tuesday, September 29th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Facilitating thinking and learning in and beyond the physics classrooms
Prof. Chandralekha Singh, University of Pittsburgh

Tuesday, October 6th, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: A new spin on magnetism with applications in information processing
Prof. Andy Kent (New York University)

Tuesday, October 20, 3:15pm

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

Tuesday, November 17, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: Non-reciprocity in collective phenomena: pattern-formation, synchronization and flocking.
Prof. Vincenzo Vitelli, University of Chicago

Tuesday, December 1, 3:15pm

Physics Colloquium: The Cosmic Nursery of Black Holes and Galaxies
Prof. Sadegh Khochfar, University of Edinburgh