CM/AMO Seminars
  Seminars take place on Tuesdays in room 335 West Hall at 4:00 pm

Winter 2015

 Date             Speaker Title
 1/13/15
Keshav M. Dani, Okinowa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan Engineering photophenomena in 3D van der Waals solids
 1/20/15     Steven Cundiff
University of Michigan and JILA    
Optical Multi-Dimensional Coherent Spectroscopy
 1/27/15 Cheng Chin
University of Chicago
Ferromagnetic domains and roton excitations in a dilute Bose superfluid
 2/3/15 Norman Yao
University of California, Berkeley
Out-of-equilibrium dynamics with dipoles
 2/10/15 Ling Wang
California Institute of Technology
Exploring exotic quantum phases with tensor network states
 2/17/15 Miles Stoudenmire
Perimeter Inst for Theoretical Physics
Unbiased Continuum Calculations in One Dimension with DMRG
 2/20/15        Jiun-Haw Chu
Stanford University
Special CM/AMO Seminar, Friday February 20, 2:00-3:00 PM
Elastoresistance measurements as a probe of broken symmetries in solids
 2/24/15 Zheng-Tian Lu
Argonne National Lab
Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Global Groundwater
Spring Study Break
 3/10/15
Prof. Louis DiMauro
Ohio State University
Attosecond Physics in the Long Wavelength Limit
 3/17/15 Prof. Dmitri Basov
University of California, San Diego
Nano-Photonic Phenomena in van der Waals Heterostructures
 3/24/15 James Wells
University of Michigan
Higgs Bosons and Superconductors in the Lab and throughout the Universe
 3/31/15 Prof. Maiken Mikkelsen
Duke University
Artificially structured materials for tailored optical properties
 4/7/15
Xie Chen
California Institute of Technology
Symmetry Fractionalization — classification and anomaly detection
 4/14/15 Giovanni Vignale
University of Missouri
Spin-charge Conversion and Sin Current Generation in Electron Liquids
 4/21/15
Mark Bowick
Syracuse University
Graphene Statistical Mechanics



Fall 2015

 Date            SpeakerTitle
 9/8/2015
 
 9/15/2015    
 9/22/2015Hakan Tureci
Princeton University

 9/29/2015

 10/6/15

 10/13/15

 10/20/15
 10/27/15Jared Wahlstrand
Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics, University of Maryland

 11/3/15

 11/10/15

 11/17/15

 11/24/15

 12/1/15


 12/8/15

 12/15/15