Sep
20
Teaser: On the AGN Origin of Gravitational Wave Sources observed by LIGO/VIRGO
Bence Kocsis
University of Oxford
Sep
15
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The College of Sciences starts the Fall 2021 semester with announcements and updates on various aspects of CoS administration

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Sep
15
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Magnetic field induced the disordered state in Na2Co2TeO6 with the 3d honeycomb-lattice

 

Prof. Jie Ma
Shanghai Jiaotong University, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Sep
13
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Optically-Trapped Interacting Fermi Gases

John E. Thomas
North Carolina State University
Sep
10
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Kathryn Stack-Morgan, Mars 2020 Deputy Project Scientist, recaps the first eight months of the NASA Perseverance mission.

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Aug
27
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A seminar course for graduate and postdoctoral students who want to learn the different types of research available in the College of Sciences using data sciences.

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Apr
22
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Mid-IR to Thz Polaritons: Realizing Novel Materials for Nanophotonics

Professor Joshua Caldwell
Vanderbilt University
Apr
15
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Exploiting Geometry and Disorder in Exotic Quantum States of Matter 

Asst. Prof. Rudro R. Biswas
Purdue University
Apr
12
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Quantum Magnetism from the Iron Age to Today

Daniel Arovas
University of California - San Diego
Apr
08
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Exploring non-equilibrium dynamics in novel Fermi gas systems

Professor Waseem Bakr
Princeton University
Mar
29
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How Materials Can Learn How to Function

Andrea Liu
University of Pennsylvania
Mar
25
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Superconductivity and quantum metric in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene

Enrico Rossi
William & Mary University
Mar
01
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Origins of Structure in Inner Planetary System

Ruth Murray-Clay
UC Santa Cruz
Feb
25
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DMRG study of universal finite-size corrections to central charge at BKT transitions

Dr. Jon Spalding
University of California Riverside
Feb
22
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 A new Measure: The Revolutionary Quantum Reform of the Metric System

William Phillips
Joint Quantum Institute, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and University of Maryland

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