All talks begin at 3:10 p.m. and are held in the Franklin Miller, Jr. Lecture Hall (Hayes Hall 109), unless noted otherwise.
|February 3||Sigma Pi Sigma Induction Ceremony|
|February 10||Senior Exercise Talks
Ryan Angelo '17
William Kyle '17
"The Physics of Powder Blending and Mixing"
"Measuring Neutrino Oscillations With The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment"
|February 17||Senior Exercise Talks
John Lyons '17
Jack Zellweger '17
"Magneto Optical Traps to Perform Recoil Ion Momentum Spectroscopy"
"What Gravitational Wave Signals Can Tell Us About Binary Black Holes"
|February 24||Senior Exercise Talks
Arthur Conover '17
Eliana Crawford '17
"Dark Matter Cosmology and Particle Candidates"
"Physical Oceanography: Principles of Tides and Computational Tide Models"
|March 24||Karen A. Topp, Senior Lecturer in Physics, Bowdoin College||"Encouraging Physics Students to Become Physics Teachers: Reflections on efforts at Bowdoin College to address the national high school physics teacher shortage"|
|March 31||Special Event||"Noble Pursuits: The First Step in Recognizing Dr. Vera Rubin"|
|April 7||Megan Harvey '05, Flight Controller & Instructor for the International Space Station||"Flight Control for the International Space Station"|
|April 14||Maxim O. Lavrentovich '08, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Pennsylvania||“Putting Patterns on Spheres: Pollen Grains and Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Shells”|
|April 21||Terrence Brog, Director (Interim), Princeton Plasma Physics Lab||"Plasma, Physics, Fusion, andCreating a Star on Earth"|
|April 28||Fengyuan Yang, Professor of Physics, The Ohio State University||"FMR-Drive Pure Spin Transport in Metals and Magnetic Insulators"|