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Speaker(s) / Presenter(s) Date
Physics is Fun! Everyone should do it Dr. Patricia Rankin (Arizona State University) -
Fractionalized excitations in Quantum Spin Liquids and their Detection Dr. Nandini Trivedi (Ohio State University) -
The entropy of black holes: The 2023 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Colloquium Dr. Vijay Balasubramanian (University of Pennsylvania) -
Probing Cosmic Acceleration with Galaxy Clusters Dr. Heidi Wu (Boise State University) -
Beyond BCS: An Exact Model for Superconductivity and Mottness (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)) Dr. Phillip Phillips -
Strong Electronic Correlations in Moiré Materials Dr. Petr Stepanov (University of Notre Dame) -
The Life and Death of the Free Neutron Geoff Greene (University of Tennessee) -
Trapped-ion optical clocks: Telling time and testing physics at the quantum limit Dr. David Hume (JILA/NIST) -
Dynamics at the edge: charge fractionalization and near-stationary high energy state Dr. Bernd Rosenow (University of Leipzig) -
Quantum Codes from Condensed Matter to Quantum Gravity Prof. Al Shapere (University of Kentucky) -
Combining Galaxy and CMB Surveys — all the science that “comes for free” Dr. Chihway Chang (University of Chicago) -
Cosmic Building Blocks: Forming Planets from Tiny Grains of Dust Dr. Sarah Sadavoy (Queens University) -
Cloudy - numerical simulations of non-equilibrium plasmas and their spectra Prof. Gary Ferland (University of Kentucky) -
The Heavyweight W boson - an Upset to the Standard Model of Particle Physics Dr. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University) -
The superconducting insulator Dr. Aviad Frydman (Bar-Ilan University) -
Effective field theory, factorization and renormalization: neutrino interactions, the Fermi function and more Dr. Richard Hill (University of Kentucky) -
Electrify Everything! Prof. Joe Straley -
On the validity of linear models of electron-lattice coupled systems Steve Johnston, University of Tennessee
Nature Never Deals Off of the Bottom of the Deck…but She Holds All of the Aces: The Joys of Doing Precision Measurement Science Jim Faller, JILA (NIST and the University of Colorado) and University of Glasgow -
Organic Semiconductors: Opportunities (and Obstacles) to Technological Application Emily Bittle, NIST -
Can Renewable Energy Replace Fossil Fuels? Joe Straley, University of Kentucky -
Tabletop Tests of the Standard Model and Beyond: A Tale of Electron Dipole Moments Gerald Gabrielse, Northwestern University
Spin And Charge Transport Through Correlated States In 2D Materials and Heterostructures Chun-Ning Lau, Ohio State University
Scanning New Horizons: Information, Holography & Gravity Robert Myers, Perimeter Institute -
Majorana materializes Jason Alicea, CalTech -