All talks begin at 3:10 p.m. and are held in the Franklin Miller, Jr. Lecture Hall (Hayes Hall 109), unless noted otherwise.
|September 2||William Wootters, Williams College||"A Curious Quantum-classical Correspondence"|
|September 9||Frank Peiris, Kenyon College||"Exploring the Physics of Self-assembled Nano-porous Structures"|
|September 16||Avery Tishue - Senior Honors Talk||"Non-Linear Gravity in the BSSN Formalism"|
|September 23||Theresa Chmiel - Senior Honors Talk||"Modeling Advanced LIGO Calibration Error and its Effects on Parameter Estimation"|
|September 30||Graham Reid - Senior Honors Talk||"Quantum Flows of Probability and Heat"|
|October 7||October Break||NA|
|October 14||Madeline Wade and Leslie Wade||“The Newest Era of Astrophysics: Gravitational-Wave Astronomy”|
|October 21||Niklas Manz, The College of Wooster||“Reaction-diffusion Waves: From Migraine Auras to Forest Fires”|
|October 28||Robin Selinger, Kent State University||"From Microstructure to Morphology:Topological Defects, Shape Evolution, andAuto-Origami in Soft Matter"
|November 11||Suzanne Amador Kane, Haverford College||"The Biomechanics of the Peacock's Mating Dance"|
|December 2||Michael Murillo, Michigan State University||"Shocks Under the Microscope"|
|December 9||Christopher Fuchs, Univ. of Massachusetts Boston||"Say 'Boo!' to Spooky Action at a Distance"|