SPACS Spring 2013 Colloquia Schedule

Colloquia are held from 3 PM to 4 PM each Thursday in Art & Design Building, Room 2003 unless otherwise noted below.

 

Refreshments will be served at 2:45pm.
Coordinators for Spring 2013: Erhai Zhao, Ming Tian
Date Location Speaker Institution Title
Jan 24 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Lawrence Fagg Catholic University of America Electromagnetism: Nature’s force that shapes our lives
Jan 31 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Lindsey LeBlanc NIST Exploring Atom-Light Interactions for Quantum Simulation
Feb 7 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Mario Gliozzi SPACS A Unified View of Black Holes
Feb 14 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Mohammad Hafezi Joint Quantum Institute Topological States of Light in Photonic Devices
Feb 21 Research Hall, Room 163 Gerald Feldman George Washington University Collaborative group learning using the scale-up pedagogy
Feb 28 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Claudia Holland University Libraries, GMU You’re Publishing Where? Open Access Journals and Mason’€™s OA Publishing Fund
Mar 7 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Shina Tan Georgia Tech Quantum Behaviors of Extremely Cold Atoms
Mar 14 No Colloquium Spring break
Mar 21 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Robert Ehrlich George Mason University Tales from the dark side: New evidence for tachyonic neutrinos
Mar 28 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Laura Blecha University of Maryland The Search for Supermassive Black Hole Pairs (And Their Progeny)
Apr 4 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Qiliang Li Volgenau School of Engineering Emerging nanomaterials for logic and memory device applications
Apr 11 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Sanch Borthakur University of Maryland The Circumgalactic Medium: The Hidden Gaseous Envelope Surrounding Galaxies
Apr 18 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Edward Redish University of Maryland Rethinking Physics for Biologists: Adapting to a major new service course constituency
Apr 25 Art and Design Building, Room 2003
May 2 Art and Design Building, Room 2003 Paul Fendley University of Virginia Topological Quantum Computation