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Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are presented at 3:30pm on Thursdays
All Speakers will be online through zoom.

Date Speaker Speaker's Institution Title Speaker Schedule Local Host
January 14       View Schedule  
January 21 Halina Abramowicz Tel Aviv The European Strategy for particle physics - [abstract] View Schedule Reinhard Schwienhorst
January 28 Shannon Schmoll MSU Big Astronomy: People, Places, Discoveries (Planetarium show feedback) View Schedule  
February 04 John Thomas NC State Optically-Trapped Interacting Fermi Gases - [abstract] View Schedule Johannes Pollanen
February 11       View Schedule  

February 18

Phiala Shanahan Massachusetts Institute of Technology Provably exact AI meets particle physics - [abstract] View Schedule Huey-Wen Lin/Witek Nazarewicz
February 25 Wolfgang Schleich University of Ulm Cold Atoms in Space - [abstract] View Schedule Witek Nazarewicz
March 04 Greg Bryan Columbia University Blowing hot and cold: the physics of multiphase gas in the cosmos - [abstract] View Schedule Mark Voit
March 09 - Special Colloquium Tuesday 4-5pm Cheryl Sisk and Chrysoula Vasileiou MSU NatSci Climate Survey report:  Summary of Findings - [abstract] View Schedule Kirsten Tollefson
March 11 Catherine Espaillat Boston University Multiwavelength Accretion Variability in Young Stellar Objects - [abstract] View Schedule Megan Donahue/Joey Rodriguez
March 18 Christopher Tunnell Rice University The XENON1T Electronic-Recoil Excess - [abstract] View Schedule Joey Huston
March 25 Katie Mack North Carolina State University Dark Matter:  A Cosmological Perspective - [abstract] View Schedule Megan Donahue
April 01 Thomas Cocolios KU Leuven, Belgium From ISOLDE to MEDICIS and beyond - Valorizing fundamental radioactive ion beam research at CERN for nuclear medicine - [abstract] View Schedule Alexandra Gade
April 08 Hsiu-Hau Lin National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Information Processor:  Computer and the Brain - [abstract] View Schedule Kuan-Yu Lin/Reinhard Schwienhorst
April 15 Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz UC Santa Cruz Cosmic alchemy in the era of gravitational wave astronomy - [abstract] View Schedule Megan Donahue
April 22   NO COLLOQUIUM University Break day View Schedule  
April 29 NO COLLOQUIUM FINALS WEEK    
           
           

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