Physics Colloquium Schedule: Spring 2017

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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Date:          Speaker: Title of Talk:
27 Jan. Steve Wilburn (Twin Prime Inc.) and Doug Singleton (Fresno State Physics) Professional Skills Workshop for Non-Academic Physics Careers
3 Feb. Prof. Ajay Gopinathan (Director CCBM), Carrie Kouadio (Executive Director, CCBM),
University of California, Merced
Introduction to the UC Merced Center for Cellular and Biomolecular
Machines
24 Feb. Roger Key, Fresno State Principles of Classroom Demonstration
3 Mar.

Tom Ramos, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Note Special Location - U.C. Merced COB-1 Room 113
as part of the 2017 SPS Zone 18 Meeting

A History of LLNL Weapons Program
10 Mar. Dr. Matthew Middione, General Electric Healthcare The Physics of Industry: My Journey from Fresno State to General Electric
24 Mar. Dr. Changqing Li, U.C. Merced X-Ray Luminescence Computed Tomography with a Focused X-Ray Beam
21 Apr. Dengfeng Zhang, Shandong University, China Simulation Studies and Search for New Physics with the ATLAS Detector of LHC
28 Apr. Dr. Matthew Thompson, Tri-Alpha Energy On the Path to Aneutronic Fusion
5 May Dr. Michael Bishop, Fresno State Department of Mathematics Spectral Gap Transition for a Family of Quantum Spin Systems

 


 

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