Colloquia Fall 2020

For this semester, all colloquia will be broadcasted online instead of in-person on Mondays from 4:00pm-5:00pm. If you would like to receive emails about upcoming physics colloquia, please contact Amber Paquelet at

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
8/24 Meet and Greet
8/31 Walter Toki Colorado State University Search for CP violation in Neutrino Oscillations
9/14 June Lau NIST Gaithersburg Laser-free GHz stroboscopic TEM: deployment, benchmarking, and applications
9/21 Ron Walsworth University of Maryland Quantum Diamond Sensors
9/28 Kate Ross Colorado State University Quantum Magnetism
10/5 Roger Pynn Indiana University Can we reinvent the neutron as an entangled quantum probe?
10/12 Jonathan Asaadi University of Texas Arlington Pixelation: Bringing liquid noble element detectors into focus
10/19 Hua Chen Colorado State University New twists in two-dimensional systems due to (quasi) periodicities in space and time
11/2 Bhaskar Dutta Texas A&M University Particle Theory Models and Dark Matter: How to connect?
11/9 Michael Mooney Colorado State University The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment: LArTPC R&D for
Precision Physics Measurements
11/16 Andrew Geraci Northwestern University Searching for “Fifth-forces”, Dark Matter, and Quantum Gravity in the Lab
11/30 Dmitri Denisov Brookhaven National Laboratory Particle Colliders – past, present and future

CMP Seminars 2020-2021

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