Physics Colloquium

 

Spring 2002

Thursdays, 4:00 p.m.

Room 104 Physics

Refreshments Served at 3:40 p.m.

Colloquium Organizer - Dan Waddill

 

Date Speaker Title
Jan. 17 Prof. V.M. Kenkre, University of New Mexico Transitions in the Tunneling of Bose Condensates in Traps and the Relation to Polaron Physics
Jan. 24 TBA TBA
Jan. 31 Prof. Allan Stauffer, York University Electron Excitation of Heavy Atoms
Feb. 7 Prof. Charles Myles, Texas Tech University Clathrate Materials: 'New', Open Framework, Crystalline Phases of the Group IV Elements. Semiconducting and Thermoelectric Propertie
Feb. 14 TBA TBA
Feb. 21 Prof. Paul Bagus, Texas A&M University Work Function Changes For Weakly Bound Adsorbates On Metals: A New Interpretation
Feb. 26 Prof. Steven Shore, Indiana University-South Bend Astrophysical Turbulence
March 7 Prof. Vladimir Dobrosavljevic, Florida State University Local Approaches to Metal-Insulator Transitions in Correlated Electronic Systems with Disorder
March 14 Spring Recess, No Colloquium  
March 21 March Meeting, No Colloquium  
March 28 Spring Break, No Colloquium  
April 4 Prof. Dietrich Belitz, University of Oregon Long-Time Tails in Classical and Quantum Fluids
April 11 Prof. Carlos Wexler, University of Missouri-Columbia Liquid Crystalline States in Quantum Hall Systems
April 18 Thirty Second Annual Harold Q. Fuller Prize Colloquium Abstracts
April 23 Prof. Talat Rahman, Kansas State University Shapes, Sizes, and Dynamics of Things as They Grow: Nanoscale Studies on Metal Surfaces
April 25 Dr. Fred Baganoff, MIT Center for Space Research Unveiling the Galactic Center with the Chandra X-ray Observatory
April 30 Advanced Laboratory Presentations Note
Special Time and Date: Tuesday 2:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Abstracts
May 2 Prof. Michael El-Batanouny, Boston University Can Increase in Temperature Enhance Surface-spin Antiferromagnetic Ordering?
May 7 Dr. Jeffrey Skolnick, Laboratory of Computational Genomics Prediction of Protein Structure and Function on a Genomic Scale

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Previous Schedules: :Fall 2000,

Future Schedules: Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2005,