Committee: S. T. Chui (Chair), Tom Gaisser, John Gizis, Chung Ngoc Leung, and Edward Lyman.
Each week the Department hosts prominent scientists from around the country and the world to speak at our colloquium series. This is an excellent opportunity for faculty, students and the local science community to learn about some of the most intriguing topics in the field of physics today, as well as about science education and policy. Colloquia are held Wednesdays in 104 Gore Hall at 4:00PM (preceded by light refreshments at 3:30PM in 225 Sharp Lab). Upcoming colloquia are shown below. For past events check Colloquium Calendar.
|A tabletop-scale probe for TeV physics: the electric dipole moment of the electron||12 Mar 2014||4:00PM||David DeMille, Yale University||Safronova|
|Crystalline whispering gallery mode resonators and their applications||19 Mar 2014||4:00PM||Nan Yu, Jet Propulsion Lab||Szalewicz|
|Shooting neutrinos across a country for fun and profit||26 Mar 2014||4:00PM||Chris Walter, Duke University||Leung|
|Can we see QED effects in molecular spectra and structure?||9 Apr 2014||4:00PM||Bogumil Jeziorski, University of Warsaw||Chui|
|Norman Wagner||16 Apr 2014||4:00PM||Norman Wagner, University of Delaware||Chui|
|To be announced||30 Apr 2014||4:00PM||To be announced||Dodson-Robinson|
|The surprising Crab pulsar and its nebula||7 May 2014||4:00PM||Rolf Bühler, DESY||Gaisser|
|Norman Ness||14 May 2014||4:00PM||Norman Ness, University of Delaware||Gaisser|