Department Colloquia



Rittenhouse Lecture

Sara Seager (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
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Past Department Colloquia



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium

Margaret Murnane (University of Colorado)
- David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A8



Primakoff Lecture: "The life and death of turbulence "

TALK POSTPONED UNTIL FALL SEMESTER
Nigel Goldenfeld (University of Illinois)
- David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A8

Turbulence is the last great unsolved problem of classical physics. But there is no consensus on what it would mean to actually solve this problem. In this colloquium, I propose that turbulence is most…



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Magic Angle Graphene: the twist and shout of quantum materials"

TALK POSTPONED UNTIL FALL SEMESTER
Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A8

The understanding of strongly-correlated quantum matter has challenged physicists for decades. Such difficulties have stimulated new research paradigms, such as ultra-cold atom lattices for…



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Quantifying Hidden Order Out of Equilibrium"

Paul Chaikin (New York University)
- David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A8

We introduce a simple idea enabling the quantification of organization in non-equilibrium and equilibrium systems, even when the form of order is unknown: 'It takes less information to describe an ordered…



Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Exploring beyond the Standard Model with Lattice QCD"

Amy Nicholson (University of North Carolina)
- David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A8

While the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics has been enormously successful in describing the world around us, there still remain many important and unanswered questions requiring…