Calendar - P&A Colloquium

Colloquium is held at Chemistry-Physics building (CP), 505 Rose street.

Refreshments with the speaker are served at 3:00 pm in CP-179.


A full list of past and upcoming recordings can be found here.


Calendar | Event List | Past Events

Colloquium: From Voids to Clusters: Gas and Galaxy Evolution in the Local Universe

Colloquium: Searching for a WIMP signal in the gamma-ray sky

Physics Colloquium: Gravity, Magnetic Fields, and Star Formation

Physics Colloquium: Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment

Physics Colloquium: Material Phase Diagram Chips and Applications

Physics Colloquium: Mapping the Chemistry of the Galaxy with SDSS/APOGEE

Colloquium: Photoluminescence Spectra of Emeralds from Different Origins

Colloquium: Blue Skies, Rainbows, and Neutrons

Colloquium: Quantum Quenches: a probe of non-equilibrium many-body physics

Colloquium: Star Formation In All the Wrong Places, and Other Astronomical Puzzles, Revealed By the SOFIA Observatory

Colloquium: LHCb: Results, Prospects and Pentaquarks?

Colloquium: The Materiality of Vacuum

Colloquium: Storing Energy, The Unsolved Problem

Colloquium: Picosecond Spin Caloritronics

Colloquium: Tuning Dimensions of Strongly-Correlated Materials: How Kentucky Inspired Me

Colloquium: Evidence for a fifth force from Beryllium-8 transitions

Colloquium: Weighing Beyond the Standard Model Physics with Neutrinos

Colloquium: Explosive Outflows from Massive Protostars: Orion BN/KL and other Transients

Colloquium: Heating Up Quantum Mechanics

COLLOQUIUM: SEEDS OF SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES: MAKING THE BABY, AND FEEDING AND HIDING HIM

Colloquium: DUNE: The Hot Program in the Cold Detector

Chamblin Colloquium: String Theory and Strong Interactions

Colloquium: Carbon in the Early Universe and Observational Constraints on First Star Nucleosynthesis

Colloquium: Narrow LHCb Pentaquarks: Experiment and Theory

Colloquium: Is Baseball Scoring Just a Random Walk?

Colloquium: Where do the proton mass and spin come from?

Colloquium: Nobel Prize 2016: Topology in Condensed Matter Physics

Colloquium: Digital Unwrapping: Homer, Herculaneum, and the Scroll from En-Gedi

Colloquium: Ultra-High efficiency phased arrays for Astronomy, Remote Sensing and Satellite Communications

Colloquium: Investigating Nanostructure Synthesis Using In Situ TEM

Colloquium: Investigating Nanostructure Synthesis using in situ TEM

Colloquium: The Discrete Character of Physical Law: From String Theory to the CMB

Colloquium: Is Basketball Scoring Just a Random Walk?

Colloquium: Dark Matter and the Search for a Fifth Force

Colloquium: Where the Weyl Things Are

Colloquium: New Results and Future Prospects in Fundamental Symmetry Tests with Neutrons

Colloquium: On the Trail of the Purest Dark Matter Halos

Colloquium: Light from Darkness? Searching for Dark Matter in the Sky

Colloquium: The Puzzle of Low Ionization Gas Emission in Galaxies

Colloquium: Thermalization, Defects, and Avalanches in Artificial Spin Ice

Colloquium: Probing Topology with Magnetism: A View from the Surface

Colloquium: Balancing the Cluster Baryon Budget

Colloquium: Comets, Planet Nine, and the outer fringes of the solar system

Colloquium: Final Results from the QWeak Experiment: A search for physics beyond the Standard Model via a measurement of the proton's weak charge.

Colloquium:MicroBooNE and the Pursuit of the Elusive Neutrino Using Liquid Argon Detector Technology

Colloquium: Electron-Ion Collider - Exploring the Science of Nuclear Femtography

Colloquium: The Puzzling Boundaries of Topological Quantum Matter

Colloquium: Observing the Dynamics of Accretion Disks Around Supermassive Black Holes in Quasars

Van Winter Colloquium

Colloquium: Status of the proton radius puzzle

Colloquium: Topological phases in periodically driven systems

Waves and wakes on water and on the Fermi Sea

The chiral anomaly in condensed matter physics

Spin-Mode-Switching at Integer Quantum Hall Edges

Neutrinos and Dark Matter: Precision Tools for Discovery

Quantum Ground States in Real Frustrated Magnets

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ECCENTRIC

When the Universe was One Second Old

Solving a puzzling problem of condensed matter physics using inelastic spectroscopy

Vortex Matter in Superconductors with Nano-Textured Structures

Quantum entanglement and the geometry of spacetime

A golden age in physics: creating a Quark-Gluon Plasma by smashing big nuclei at very high energies

Dualities in Quantum Hall Physics

Putting the Electron's Spin to Work

Majorana modes and their identification

Search for Low Mass Dark Matter at DUNE, A Future Neutrino Experiment

Scanning New Horizons: Information, Holography & Gravity

Spin And Charge Transport Through Correlated States In 2D Materials and Heterostructures

Tabletop Tests of the Standard Model and Beyond: A Tale of Electron Dipole Moments

The Concept for an All-sky Integral Field Spectroscopic Survey

Ferromagnetism and quantum anomalous Hall effect in moire materials

Can Renewable Energy Replace Fossil Fuels?

Topological Quantum Spin Liquids

Many facets of conformal field theories

From quarks to nuclei: machine learning the structure of matter

Axions from the Lab to the Cosmos

Neutron stars droplets and the quarks within

X-ray Astronomy: Past, Present, and a Dynamic Future

Organic Semiconductors: Opportunities (and Obstacles) to Technological Application

Nature Never Deals Off of the Bottom of the Deck…but She Holds All of the Aces: The Joys of Doing Precision Measurement Science

On the validity of linear models of electron-lattice coupled systems

RU Psc: Exploring a Period Shifting, Variable Star

Characterizing the Baryon Cycle over Cosmic Time

Quantum matter, clocks, and fundamental physics

Have Your Cake and Eat It Too: Interdisciplinary approaches to global health and sustainability

Spreading Spin at No Charge: the Thermal Hall Effect in a Quantum Spin Liquid

On Ising's model of ferromagnetism

The size of the Proton: Recent Results from the PRad Experiment

Into the starlight: Learning the Milky Way

Modeling probability distributions using an adversarial entropy system

The muon anomalous magnetic moment and Fermilab g-2 experiment

Intro grad students + "The physics of global warming"

Seeing the Milky Way with new eyes

Reactor Neutrinos and the PROSPECT Experiment

New Evidence for Anyons: Braiding and Collisions

KELVIN-FROUDE WAKE PATTERNS OF A TRAVELING PRESSURE DISTURBANCE

What it takes for a black hole to be an ordinary quantum system

The Hunt for Binary Supermassive Black Holes

Hawking radiation in a laboratory

Fundamental physics in a complex material

Tunable Quantum Solids by Stretching and Twisting

Quasars – from discovery to the 2020 Nobel Prize for physics

Numerical Relativity in the Age of Gravitational Wave Observations

Building a map of orbits and dark matter in the Milky Way

A New Frontier in the Search for Dark Matter

Exploring the Phase Diagram of QCD Matter

MATRICES, SPACE-TIME AND ENTANGLEMENT

The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon

Simulations for Cluster-based Cosmology

Shape Coexistence in Nuclei far from Stability: A Fingerprint of Specific Nucleonic Correlations

2D Arrays of Trapped Ions for Quantum Simulation

Alternatives to Order at T=0

Universality and quantum criticality far from equilibrium

Macroscopic Quantum states at Ultra-low Temperature

First results from the Fermilab g-2 experiment

Measuring the charge dynamics in quantum materials with low-energy electron scattering

[online] Galactic seismology: the evolution of bending waves and density waves after the Sagittarius impact.

Welcome back, grad student intro & Making better electromagnets

An unconventional talk that can only be said in my home department

Generalized notions of symmetries in quantum mechanics

Magnetism at the quantum level: Bell's theorem and quantum Tetris

[online] Topological valleytronics in bilayer graphene

Beauty quarks behaving badly?

Quantum codes to encode field theories

Perspectives on entanglement and quantum field theory

Physics motivations for future colliders

From Brains to Bacteria: Information Processing at the Single Cell Level

Emergent quasi-particles in frustrated magnets

Supernovae Ignited by Nuclear Fission

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