Physics Colloquium Schedule: Spring 2018

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:
Jan. 26 Summer Al-Hamdani, Shoji Hishida, Boris Rudolfs III, California State University, Fresno Summer Research by Fresno State Students 
Feb. 9 Nathan Inan, University of California, Merced. Generating and Detecting Gravitational Waves via Superconductors
Feb. 23 Dean Christopher Meyer, Dr. John Walkup, Mr. Roger Key, M.S., California State University, Fresno New Opportunities and Rethinking Goals for Fresno State Physics Labs
Mar. 10 at the SPS Zone 18 Meeting at CSU Bakersfield Dr. Geoffrey Lovelace, CSU Fullerton & LIGO Collaboration

Note special location and time - CSU Bakersfield on Saturday, March 10.

Undergraduate Research in the Era of Gravitational-Wave Astronomy

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Mar. 16 in PB 428 at 2PM Dr. Marat Markin, CSU Fresno Department of Mathematics

Note special location and time  - Peters Building 428 at 2PM

Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics Interdepartmental Research Group (FAMP) Talk 4: on a Spectral Gap Characterization and other Spectral Features Inherent to Scalar Type Spectral Operators

Mar. 23 in PB 428 at 2PM Dr. Sujoy Modak, University of Colima, Mexico

Note special location and time  - Peters Building 428 at 2PM

Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics Interdepartmental Research Group (FAMP) Talk 5: New Geometric and Field Theoretic Aspects of the Radiation Dominated Universe

Apr. 6 in PB 428 at 2PM Edward Sichel, Master's Student. Research Advisor: Dr. Marat Markin, CSU Fresno Department of Mathematics

Note special location and time  - Peters Building 428 at 2PM

Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics Interdepartmental Research Group (FAMP) Talk 6: Talk 6: On the Nature of Expansions on Totally Bounded Metric Spaces and More

Apr. 12 (Thursday) at 12:30PM in McL 167 Dr. Wing To, California State University, Stanislaus

Note special location and time - McLane Hall room 258 at 12:30 on Thursday, Apr. 12

Looking for Dark Matter a Mile Underground

Apr. 13 in PB 428 at 2PM Michael Bishop, Ph.D., Department of Mathematics, California State University, Fresno

Note special location and time - Peters Building 428 at 2PM

Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics Interdepartmental Research Group (FAMP) Talk 7: Linear Algebra, Physics Style

Apr. 23 (Monday) in McL 258 at 2PM Dr. Ettore Vitali, College of William and Mary

Note special location and time - McLane Hall 258 at 2PM

Computational Physics, from Random Walks to Strongly Correlated Systems

Apr. 27 and May 4 in PB 428 at 2PM Jerzy Ryczaj, Ph.D., Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

Note special location and time - Peters Building 428 at 2PM in two parts - Apr. 27 and May 4

Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics Interdepartmental Research Group (FAMP) Talks 8, 9: Fourier Series by Their History

Apr. 30 (Monday) in McL 258 at 2PM Dr. Thushari Jayasekera, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Note special location and time - McLane Hall 258 at 2PM

Designing 2D-Layered Materials for Device Applications

May 4 at 2PM in McL 162 Dr. Wei Zhu, Theory Division Los Alamos National Lab

Note special time - McLane Hall 162 at 2PM

Numerical Characterization of Topological States of Matter in Strongly Correlated Systems

May 11 at 2PM in McL 162 Dr. Qing Peng, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Note special time - McLane Hall 162 at 2PM

Quantum Simulations of Materials Behaviors at Large Scale: from Finite Elements to Electrons by QCDFT Method

May 25 at 2PM in McL 258 Dr. John Singleton, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Note special location and time - McLane Hall 258 at 2PM

Star Trek, Chuck Yeager, gamma-ray bursts and pulsars: antennas inspired by faster-than-light motion - real and fictional - in our universe

 


 

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