Spring 2014 Seminars

February 3 - Candidate for Assistant Professor in Biological Physics
"Local and global DNA remodeling within DNA repair mechanisms"

February 6 - Candidate for Assistant Professor in Biological Physics
"Prospects for Nanopore Sequencing: Direct and Simultaneous Force and Current Measurements of Single-Stranded DNA in Synthetic Nanopores"

February 11 - Candidate for Assistant Professor in Biological Physics
"Light in Medicine: Using quantitative optical spectroscopy for non-invasive in vivo sensing of biological tissues"

February 13 - Candidate for Assistant Professor in Biological Physics
"The Physics of the Genome: 3D DNA Organization in Health and Disease"

February 21 - Candidate for Assistant Professor in Biological Physics
"Terahertz pulses: from probing conductivity in nanomaterials to biomedical applications"


March 5 - Mike Goldman, Miami University Career Services
"What Career Services can do for you"

March 12 - Andrew Stollenwerk, Alumnus, University of Northern Iowa
"Exploring the Electronic Properties of Layered Materials"

March 19 - Benson Memorial Lecture, Alan Nathan, Univ of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
"The Physics of Baseball: You Can Observe A Lot By Watching"


April 2 - Rebecca Rosenblatt, Illinois State University
"Student ability to infer the relationship between two variables’ from a set of graphed data"

April 16 - Fran Mateycik, Penn State University
"Academic Integrity among physics and engineering students"

April 23 - Guy Vandegrift, Wright State University Lake Campus
"Quality intonation and cheap cellos: Two projects involving the physics of music"

April 30 - Arfken Seminar, Stephen Hill, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
"Molecular Magnetism and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance at the NHMFL"


May 7 - Annual Awards Presentation, featuring Culler Awards to non-majors, Scholarships, recognition for outstanding teaching and research, and more.