Spring 2016 Colloquium Schedule

posted on February 2, 2016 by

Feb 2 – Harvey Mudd – Brian Shuve – SLAC – “Illuminating the Dark Universe with Particle Colliders” – www.perimeterinstitute.ca/people/brian-shuve

Feb 9 – Harvey Mudd – Faculty Candidate –  University of Maryland Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science –  http://quics.umd.edu/people/shelby-kimmel

Feb 16 – Pomona – Gang Li – UCLA Lab for Organic and Hybrid Electronics Materials & Devices –  Printing Solar Energy – Molecular Approaches to a Scientific Dream” – Click for abstract – http://yylab.seas.ucla.edu

Feb 23 – Harvey Mudd – Marissa Giustina – University of Veinna, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – http://vcq.quantum.at/research/research-groups/zeilinger-group.html

Mar 1 – Pomona – Christoph Hasselwandter – USC Dept of Physics & Astronomy and Molecular & Computational Biology Program – “Physical Mechanisms of Membrane Protein Organization and Collective Function” – Click for abstract – http://www.haselwandterlab.com

Mar 2 – Pomona – Doug Martin – Lawrence University Department of Physics – Super-resolution microscopy and cell division” – Click for abstract – www2.lawrence.edu/fast/martind/

Mar 8 – Harvey Mudd – Jason Hogan HMC ’03 – Stanford – https://physics.stanford.edu/people/faculty/jason-hogan

Mar 15 – Spring Break

Mar 22 – Harvey Mudd – Janice Hudgings – Pomona College Department of Physics and Astronomy

Mar 29 – Pomona – W.E. Moerner – Stanford University Department of Chemistry, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2013 – “The Story of Single Molecules, from Early Low Temperature Spectroscopy in Solids, to 3D Super-Resolution Microscopy and its Promise and Challenges” – http://www.pomona.edu/academics/departments/chemistry/robbins-lecture-series

Apr 5 – Harvey Mudd – Jim Fuller – Caltech – http://www.tapir.caltech.edu/~fuller/

Apr 12 – Pomona – Stephanie Tonnesen – Alvin Nashman Postdoc, Carneige Institute – https://stonnesenastro.wordpress.com/category/research/

Apr 19 – Pomona – Elias Penilla PO ’06 – Advanced Materials Processing Synthesis Lab, UC Riverside –  Development of Transparent and Photo-luminescent Polycrystalline Ceramics for the Next Generation of Photonic Devices” http://www.engr.ucr.edu/~jegaray/Research.html

Apr 26 – Pomona – Lia Corrales HMC ’06 – MIT – http://space.mit.edu/people/corrales-lia