Seminars and Lectures

Spring 2022, 4:25pm, 221 Kreger Hall, unless otherwise noted

If you would like to receive a weekly email notification reminder to the Department of Physics seminars, please email Mandy Pettit.

Jan 26—No Seminar

Feb 2—No Seminar

Feb 9—Candidate for Assistant Professor, Experimentalist

"Understanding/Designing Novel Materials: from Metamaterials to Metal Organic Frameworks, and Beyond!"

Feb 14—Candidate for Assistant Professor, Experimentalist

"Probing and Engineering 2D Magnetism in Magnetic Atomic Crystals"

Feb 16—Candidate for Assistant Professor, Experimentalist

"Growth and SP-STM of Topological States: Skyrmions and Dirac Cones"

Feb 21—Candidate for Assistant Professor, Experimentalist

"Quantum Transduction and Spin-Orbitronics Using Hybrid Magnonic Systems"

Feb 23—Partha Banerjee, Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics, University of Dayton

"Transmission Filters Using Multilayer Metallo-Dielectric Metamaterials: Dispersion Relations and Design Using Artificial Neural Networks"

Mar 2—Dan Patnaude, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

"The X-Ray Properties of Supernovae and Supernova Remnants"

Mar 9—Jennifer Blue, Miami University

"Race and Physics"

Mar 15—Priest Lecture, Stephen Quake
Lee Otterson Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, Stanford University
Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub
Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University

"The Cell is a Bag of RNA"

Mar 16—No Seminar

Mar 23—No Seminar, Spring Break

Mar 30—Swapnajit Chakravarty and Andrew Sarangan, University of Dayton

"Photonic Integrated Devices and Circuits for Sensing and Communications"

Apr 6—Greg Palmer, Duke University

Delivered Remotely

"Functional Imaging to Study the Role of Tumor Hypoxia in Cancer Therapeutic Response"

Apr 13—Marc Seigar, University of Toledo

"Non-Barred Ringed Galaxies: The Curious Case of LEDA 1000714"

Apr 20—Nicholas Peters, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

"Quantum Communications and Networking at Oak Ridge National Laboratory"

Apr 27—Steven Rolston, University of Maryland College Park

"The Rydberg Atom: The New Quantum Workhorse"

May 4—No Seminar, Awards Presentation