Mar
23
Teaser:

Fluid mechanics applied to all kinds of cool systems, bio and otherwise.

Prof. John Dabiri
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Mar
11
Teaser:

"Crack, buzz, and plop: the coupled mechanics of jetting citrus, flying insects, and splashing projectiles”

Dr. Andrew Dickerson
University of Central Florida
Mar
10
Teaser:

"Time, Einstein and the coolest stuff in the Universe"

Prof. William Philips
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Mar
10
Teaser:
"Cognition in Tiny, Random Spaces: What You Get for Free When There is No Free Energy"
Prof. Theordore Pavlic
Arizona State University
Mar
09
Teaser:

Revisiting and Repurposing the Double Helix

Dr. Taekjip Ha
Johns Hopkins University
Mar
05
Teaser:

Controlling and exploring nonequilibrium quantum matter with ultracold atoms

Dr. Binui Zhu
Harvard University
Feb
28
Teaser:

The Mechanics of Microbial Growth and Survival

Dr. Enrique Rojas
New York University
Feb
26
Teaser:

The Measurement-Induced Transition in Open Quantum Systems

Dr. Michael Gullans
Princeton University
Feb
26
Teaser:

"Herding Cats: A Chaotic Field Theory"

If you are not in Howey N202 at 1:15pm, you can access the seminar livestreamed

by clicking on https://gatech.bluejeans.com/7678987299

Prof. Predrag Cvitanovic
Georgia Tech
Feb
24
Teaser:

"Novel light-matter interfaces: From classical nonlinear optics to quantum metasurfaces and nanophotonics"
 

Dr. Rivka Bekenstein
Harvard University
Feb
20
Teaser:

Sensing Quantum Materials with New Electromagnetic Probes

Dr. Eric Yue Ma
Stanford University
Feb
17
Teaser:

Collective behavior underlying the mechanobiology of tissues

Dr. Moumita Das
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Feb
13
Teaser:

Robotic control of live jellyfish swimming to enhance propulsion

 

Nicole Xu
Stanford University
Feb
13
Teaser:

"Cosmic Rays: are they light or heavy?"

Prof. Katherine Rawlins
University of Alaska Anchorage
Feb
12
Teaser:

Collective Ecophysiology and Physics of Honeybee Swarms 

Dr. Orit Peleg
Colorado University Boulder

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