Physics Colloquium Schedule: Spring 2019

All talks are open to the public and will be held on the Fresno State Campus in room 162 of McLane Hall and at a usual time of 3:00 P.M. unless otherwise noted. For more information about any of these presentations, please contact the Department of Physics at 559-278-2371. Here is the campus map of Fresno State. If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact the Department of Physics office at 559-278-2371. Requests should be one week in advance of scheduled event.

Our Colloquium series is also known as the course
Phys 180, Doug Singleton, Instructor.

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All talks are open to the public and will be held on the Fresno State Campus in room 162 of McLane Hall and at a usual time of 3:00 P.M. unless otherwise noted. (please note time change from past semesters)

Date:          Speaker: Title of Talk:
Jan. 25 Dr. Nima Dinyari, University of Oregon Insights into High-Tech Industrial Research: Preparing STEM Majors for the Opportunities of Tomorrow
Feb. 1 Dr. Georg Weidlich, National Medical Physics and Dosimitry Comp., Inc., Palo Alto A Novel Self-Shielded 3 MV Dedicated Intra-Cranial Radiosurgery Device
Feb. 8 Dr. Geoff Nelson, University of Utah The Physics of Dual-Energy CT
Feb. 15 Dr. David Prendergast, Lawrence Berkeley Lab Learning to see the Physics and Chemistry of Materials using X-Ray Spectroscopy
Feb. 22 Mr. Thomas Nichols, Lawrence Berkeley Lab Applying the Biomedical Physics Degree as a Health Physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Mar. 1 Dr. Richard Dunia, Fresno Cancer Center Evolution of Radiation Therapy
Mar. 8 Dr. Mauro Tambasco, San Diego State University DNA-Based Dosimetry to Quantify Radiobiological Damage in Radiotherapy Applications
Mar. 15 Dr. Hubert Cecotti, California State University, Fresno Rotation Invariant Descriptors for Galaxy Morphological Classification
Mar. 22 Mr. John Scott, Lockheed Martin Science, Technology and Opportunities at Lockheed Martin - Santa Barbara Focal Plane
Apr. 5 Dr. Ray Hall, Fresno State Physics Reducing Epistemically Unwarranted Beliefs in the Classroom: Effective Teaching of GE Critical Thinking at Fresno State
Apr. 25 Dr. Wing To, California State University, Stanislaus Looking for Dark Matter a Mile Underground
Apr. 26 Lauren Wallace, KSEE 24 News Meteorologist Your STEM Degree: Worth It
May 3 Dr. Fred Ringwald, Fresno State Physics TBA
May 9 Dr. Brennan Hughey, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University & LIGO Advanced LIGO at the Start of its Third Observing Run

 


 

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