Physics Colloquium schedule
December 12, 2017, Alexandra Zidovska (NYU), The "self-stirred" genome: Bulk and surface dynamics of the chromatin globule
December 5, 2017, Jozef Dudek (Jefferson Lab), TBD, host R.Pisarski
November 28, 2017, Ben Tannenbaum (Sandia), Science policy in DC - How we got the government we have, and why scientists should care, host A.Nomerotski
November 21, 2017, Computational GR TBC, Manuela Campanelli (Rochester Inst of Technology), host R. Pisarski
November 14, 2017, TBA, Christoph Lehner (BNL), host R. Pisarski
October 31, 2017, Building an entanglement sharing quantum network, Eden Figueroa (Stony Brook Univeristy), host A.Nomerotski
October 24 TBC, 2017, Path forward for LIGO, Zsuzsa Marka (Columbia Univeristy), host P.Petrecsky
October 17, 2017, Satoshi Ozaki memorial symposium
September 12, 2017, EIC theory, Elena Petreska (NIKHEF), host P.Petrecsky
July 11, 2017, Chao Zhang (BNL), Evolution of the Reactor Antineutrino Flux and Spectrum at Daya Bay
June 13, 2017, Glennys Terrano (NYU), A stable Sexaquark: the Standard Model may contain a great Dark Matter candidate, host Xin Qian
May 16, 2017, Rouven Essig (SBU), Direct Detection of sub-GeV Dark Matter, host A.Nomerotski
April 25, 2017, Bob McKeown (Jefferson Lab), Current Status of Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Research, host A. Nomerotski
March 28, 2017, Carl Bender (Washington University), "Physics in the complex domain". Host R. Pisarski
March 7, 2017, Bjoern Schenke (BNL), "Snapping pictures of the proton with heavy ions"
Feb. 28, 2017, Miguel Morales (University of Washington), The Experimental Challenge of 21 cm Cosmology, host A.Nomerotski
Feb. 14, 2017, Aleksi Kurkela (CERN and Univ. of Stavenger), Thermalization and hydrodynamization in heavy-ion collisions at high energies. Host R. Pisarski
January 17, 2017, Andre-Marie Tremblay (University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada), And yet they attract: superconductivity in the presence of strong repulsion.
January 10, 2017, Scott Snyder (BNL), Searches for Decays of Heavy Higgs Boson to Gauge Bosons with the ATLAS detector.
November 29, 2016, Juergen Berges (Heidelberg U), Isolated quantum systems in extreme conditions: From heavy-ion collisions to ultracold quantum gases:
November 15, 2016, Harmut Wittig (Mainz U), Low-energy Precision Physics and the Role of Lattice QCD.
November 8, 2016, Nick Manton (Cambridge U), Skyrmions and Nuclei:
pdf; Movies of Skyrmion collisions:
October 25, 2016, Tony Mezzacappa (ORNL), From Stars to Nuclei and Back: Our Cosmic Origin and the Exascale Challenge to Find It