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2021-2022 Winter Department Colloquium Series
Tuesdays 3:45pm PST - Broida 1640 and Zoom, unless otherwise noted
Date (Tuesdays) Speaker Affiliation Area of research Title of colloquium Location
January 4, 2022 John G. Learned University of Hawaii, Manoa  

** CANCELED**Neutrinos are smart: blind ranging of nuclear reactors and other peculiar properties

 
January 11, 2022          
January 18, 2022          
January 25, 2022 Nina Miolane UCSB     Broida 1640 and Zoom
February 1, 2022          
February 8, 2022          
February 15, 2022          
March 1, 2022          
March 8, 2022          






2021-2022 Department Colloquium Series

Tuesdays 3:45pm PST - Broida 1640 and Zoom, unless otherwise noted

Zoom Link (unless otherwise noted)

Date (Tuesdays)

Speaker

Affiliation

Area of research

Title of colloquium

Location

Recording (UCNetID req.)

September 21, 2021

David Caratelli

Fermilab

HEX

Neutrinos in High Definition: MicroBooNE and the Road Ahead

KITP Main Seminar Room and Zoom**SPECIAL LINK**

 

September 28, 2021

Pedram Roushan

Google

AMO

Time Crystals, the quest for a new phase of matter

Broida 1640 and Zoom

 

October 5, 2021

Nicole Yunger-Halpern

UMD

Quantum Information

Quantum information meets thermodynamics

Broida 1640 and Zoom

 

October 19, 2021

Vedika Khemani

Stanford

CMT

Many-Body Physics in the NISQ Era

Zoom only

Recording

October 26, 2021

Tao Han

U. of Pittsburg

HEP

Physics motivations for future colliders

Zoom only

 

November 2, 2021

Andrew Jayich

UCSB

AMO

Radium ions and radioactive molecules

Broida 1640 and Zoom

Recording

Q&A

November 9, 2021

James Mott

Fermilab

HEX, g-2 result

First results from the Muon g – 2 Experiment at Fermilab

Zoom only

Recording

November 16, 2021

Hugh Lippincott

UCSB

HEX

Searching for dark matter with the LZ detector

Broida 1640 and Zoom

 

December 7, 2021

Matteo Cantiello

Flatiron

Astro

The New Era of Stellar Physics

Broida 1640 and Zoom