Past Events

  • Advances in Biomedical Optics seminar

    Donner Auditorium, 3400 Spruce Street

    C. Dean Kurth Professor, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

  • Condensed Matter Seminar

    DRL A4 (NOTE ROOM CHANGE)

    Anton Akhmerov, Harvard University

    Majorana fermions and their use for quantum computation
  • Astrophysics and Cosmology seminar

    DRL A6

    Eric Switzer, CITA

  • High Energy : Clay Cordova (Harvard)

    DLR 2N36

  • High Energy Experimental Particle Physics Seminar

    DRL A4

    Jerimy C. Polf, Oklahoma State University and Dennis Mackin, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

    "Using secondary prompt gamma rays to image in-vivo beam range during proton radiotherapy"

    Jerimy C. Polf, PhD, DABR
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Physics
    Oklahoma State University

    and

    Dennis Mackin, PhD
    Research Scientist
    Department of Radiation Physics
    University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

  • High Energy Theory

    DRL 2N36

    Clay Cordova (Harvard)

    Title, TBA

  • Physics Colloquium

    DRL A8

    Stephen Jordan, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

    Stephen Jordan, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

    http://www.nist.gov/itl/math/sjordan.cfm

    "Simulating quantum field theories on quantum computers"

  • High Energy : Gim Seng Ng (Harvard)

  • Astronomy Night

    DRL

    Ravi Sheth

    Spend a night under the stars with faculty from the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Explore the night sky—including the Moon, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus—through telescopes situated on the new public commons area, Shoemaker Green. Special physics demonstrations and a lecture about Voyager 2 are also among the scheduled activities. Join us for any or all of our Astronomy Night events!

    The lecture will take place at 7:30 in David Rittenhouse Laboratory.

  • Condensed Matter Seminar

    DRL A8

    Christopher Lobb, University of Maryland

    Christopher Lobb, University of Maryland

    http://www.umdphysics.umd.edu/index.php/about-us/people/faculty/169-lobb.html

    "Engineering quantum coherence"