All talks begin at 3:10 p.m. and are held in the Franklin Miller, Jr. Lecture Hall (Hayes Hall 109), unless noted otherwise.
|August 28||Department of Physics Celebration||Welcome Back! Join us for snacks and birthday cake.|
|September 4||Andrew Berger, '08 - The Ohio State University||"Seeing Electricity and Magnetism at the Nanoscale: Scanning Probe Microscopy of Graphene Spintronic Devices"|
|September 11||Aleks Diamond-Stantic, University of Wisconsin-Madison||"The Universe Needs Feedback: Problems with the Cosmic Fuel Supply"|
|September 18||Zachary Weiner, Senior Honors Talk||"Dynamical Studies of Non-Abelian Gauge Fields: Cosmic Inflation and Reheating"|
|October 2||Eva Nesbit, Senior Honors Talk||"Nonlinear Physics at the End of Inflation"|
|October 9||October Break|
|October 16||Tom Giblin, Lodish Faculty Professor in Natural Sciences/Associate Professor of Physics, Kenyon College||"Desperate Measures (in Desperate Times)"|
|October 23||Od Khorgolkhuu Odbadrakh, Joint Institute for Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory||"Magnetic Refrigerator: Insight into Magneto Caloric Effect from Massively Parallel Computer Simulations"|
|October 30||Senior Exercise Talks by Furqan Dar
|"Simulating Non-Linear Massive Gravity"
"Exploring the Effective Mass of Semiconductors Using Infrared Faraday Rotation"
|November 6||Hanning Wong, Senior Exercise Talk||"Comparing Efficiency of Metropolis-Hastings and Wang-Landau Algorithms"|