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Colloquia - Fall 2021

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Topic* Host
8/24(T) Keith West TTU  Fall TA Meeting    
8/31(T) Online Rachael Myers US NRL Epitaxial Graphene: Properties and Applications for the US Navy CMP Chatzakis
9/7(T) Online Luis A. Poveda Technological Center of Minas Gerais, Brazil A non-relativistic approach to relativistic quantum mechanics QIS Grave-De-Peralta
9/14(T) Online Breese Quinn Univ. of Mississippi First Results from the Fermilab Muon g-2 Experiment HEP Whitbeck/ Hedge
9/21(T) Online Gian Guzmán-Verri Univ. of Costa Rica Elastic entropic effects in complex functional matter CMP DeGottardi
9/28(T) F2F David Ferguson Northrop Grumman Quantum and Classical Models of Superconducting Annealing: Successes and Opportunities CMP/ QIS DeGottardi
9/30(Th) F2F Noah Finkelstein Univ. of Colorado Advancing Scholarly Teaching Practices and Evaluation of Teaching PER Thacker/ TLPDC/ STEP
10/5(T) Online Yonatan Kahn UIUC Dark Matter Meets Condensed Matter HEP Whitbeck
10/12(T) F2F - Cancelled Bucy Lecture        
10/19(T) Online Fazle Hussain, Jie Yao TTU Physics of vortex reconnection and turbulence cascade CM Lee
10/26(T) F2F Krista Smith Southern Methodist Univ. Through the Kaleidoscope: Applying Temporal and Multiwavelength Datasets to Supermassive Black Hole Phenomenology AST Maccarone
11/2(T) F2F Alex Tetarenko TTU TBA AST Maccarone
11/9(T) F2F Brad Barlow High Point Univ. TBA AST Kupfer
11/16(T) Online Manuela Campanelli Rochester Institute of Technology TBA AST Corsi
11/23(T) Thanksgiving week - No colloquium.
11/30(T) F2F Ismael Regis de Farias Jr. TTU TBA QIS M Kim

*AST: Astronomy and Astrophysics, BIO: Biophysics, CMP: Condensed Matter Physics, HEP: High Energy Physics, PER: Physics Education Research, QIS: Quantum Information Science, AMO: Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics, CM: Classical Mechanics

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