Colloquia Spring 2020

Colloquia are presented every week on Mondays in Engineering 120 (Hammond Auditorium) from 4:00pm-5:00pm

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
1/16 Francesco Capozzi Max Planck Institute for Physics Frontiers in Neutrino Oscillations: Precision and New Phenomena
1/23 Joshua Berger University of Pittsburgh Dark Matter: New Avenues to Detection
1/27 Bartosz Fornal University of Utah Neutron’s Dark Secret
1/30 Noemi Rocco Argonne National Laboratory Spotting Neutrinos with Nuclei
2/3 Bibhushan Shakya CERN Discovering New Physics with Neutrinos
2/10 Lars Von Der Wense JILA From the atomic to the nuclear optical clock
2/17 Dennis Perepilitsa University of Colorado Boulder Exploring the Hottest Matter in the Universe with Ultra-Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
2/24 Satoru Nakatsuji University of Tokyo Weyl Fermions and Topological Spintronics
3/2 Tara Fortier National Institute of Standards and Technology Optical Clock Comparisons at the 18th-Decimal Place
3/9 Joseph Zadrozny Colorado State University Understanding and Controlling Magnetic Relaxation in Highly Magnetic Environments
3/23 Graduate Research Night GAC
4/6-Cancelled

Replacement TBA

June Lau National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg Laser-free GHz stroboscopic TEM: construction, deployment, and benchmarking
4/13 Hua Chen Colorado State University
4/27 Mike Mooney Colorado State University
5/4 Roger Pynn Indiana University

CMP Seminars 2019-’20

The Condensed Matter Physics (CMP) seminar series generally hosts speakers on Tuesdays at 11:00 am and was made possible by an anonymous donation. Center for Advanced Magnetics Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence sponsored seminars are listed below in italic font.

Date Time Location Speaker Affiliation Title
9/24 11:00 am ENGRG 121 Denis Candido University of Iowa Blurring the boundaries between topological and non-topological phenomena in dots
10/8 11:00 am LSC 310 Kristen Buchanan Colorado State University Imaging Spins in Motion
10/10 11:00 am ENGRG 126 Vivek Amin NIST at Gaithersburg, MD Anatomy of Spin-Orbit Torque
12/10 11:00 am LSC 324 Kai Liu Georgetown University Magneto-Ionics and Chiral Spin Textures
12/17 2:00 pm ENGRG 126 Dr. Tom Silva NIST at Boulder, CO LARGE SPIN HALL CONDUCTIVITY IN PT AND NIXCU1-X AS MEASURED WITH NON-CONTACT MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY
1/24 9:00 am LSC 372 Michael Flatte University of Iowa New Materials and Devices for Quantum Coherent Electronic Technologies
2/20 10:00 am ENGRG 126 Dr. Xufeng Zhang Argonne National Laboratory Advancing quantum information science with hybrid cavity magnonics
2/25 11:00 am LSC 386 Satoru Nakatsuji University of Tokyo Exotic superconductivity upon transformation of orbitals into bands
2/28 9:00 am LSC 310 Eteri Svanidze Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids Solid-state materials – how to find and study them
2/28 10:00 am LSC 310 Oliver Rader Helmholtz-Zentrum, Berlin Fundamental properties of strongly correlated and magnetic topological insulators by angle-resolved photoemission at 1 K
3/9- Cancelled 10:00 am ENGRG 126 Shang-Fan Lee Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Spin waves in sub-micron magnetic structures
3/10- Cancelled 2:00 pm ENGRG 120 Andrei Bernevig
3/24 11:00 am Brad Ramshaw
4/21 11:00 am Stephanie Simmons
4/28 11:00 am Qian Niu
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