Departmental events

August 1st, 2018 to July 31st, 2019. Previous/next year.
Aug03
Kyle Vigil
Boston University, Physics Department
Rings of Light: Using Apogized Radial Beams to Improve Resolution in Solid Immersion Lens Microscopy
Aug06
Sayonee Ray
University of New Mexico, CQuIC
Boosted one-dimensional superfluids on a lattice Host: Christopher Laumann
Aug07
Lukas Pritchett
Aspects of Higgs Physics
Aug07
Mahsa Mokhtarzadeh
Nano-Patterning by Ion Bombardment
Sep04
Ching-Hao Wang
Statistical Physics of Information Processing by Cells
Sep06
Professor Joachim Spatz
Director, Max Planck Institute of Medical Research, Department of Cellular Biophysics, Heidelberg & Department of Biophysical Chemistry, University of Heidelberg
Matter to Life Host: Shyamsunder Erramilli
Sep06
Alexandre Day
Physics PhD Candidate at Boston University
Machine learning and glassy optimization of the quantum control problem
Sep07
Joerg Schmiedmayer
Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Atominstitut, TU-Wien
Universal dynamics in an isolated quantum many body system far from equilibrium Host: Anatoli Polkovnikov
Sep13
Physics Department Annual BBQ (Poster)
Sep14
Zala Lenarčič
University of Cologne, Institute for Theoretical Physics
Activating many-body localization in solids by driving with light
Sep19
Assa Auerbach
Physics Department, Technion
“The Hall number of Strongly Correlated metals” Host: Anatoli Polkovnikov
Sep24
Aobo Li
Solar Axion Search in SNO+ with Machine Learning
Sep26
Greg Fiete
Northeastern University
Topological magnon bands and effective Hamiltonians for periodically driven systems Host: Anushya Chandran
Oct10
Rafael Fernandes
University of Minnesota
Vestigial orders in electronic correlated systems: nematicity and beyond Host: Wanzheng Hu
Oct17
Shan Huang
Searching for Long Range Interaction in Lennard Jones Liquid
Oct17
Zhicheng Yang
Boston University, Physics Department
Hierarchical Majoranas in a Programmable Nanowire Network Host: Claudio Chamon
Oct17
Janine Sciarappa
Boston University
PY 107 Physics of Food/Cooking: Guest Lecture
Oct24
Boris Spivak
University of Washington
Anomalous metals Host: Christopher Laumann
Oct26
Costume Contest: 11:45AM; Pumpkin Drop: 12:30PM
Physics Department Annual Pumpkin Drop
Nov07
Samuel Kalish
Interaction of Phonons and Dirac Fermions on the (001) Surface of the Topological Crystalline Insulator Pb_{1-x}Sn_{x}Se
Nov13
Dr. Rama Bansil, Dr. David Campbell, Dr. Zeynep Demiragli, Dr. Christopher Grant, Dr. Anatoli Polkovnikov, Dr. Lawrence Sulak
Boston University, Physics Department
*Refreshments will be at 3:00PM in the SCI Lounge.
Meet the Physics Department: Panel
Nov19
Michael Leviton
Core Chef in the BU Culinary Arts Program
PY107 Physics of Food, Guest Lecture: Michael Leviton Host: Karl Ludwig
Nov29
Ching-Hao Wang
Statistical Physics of Information Processing by Cells
Nov30
Efe Yigitbasi
Search for Dark Matter Produced in Association with a Higgs Boson Decaying to bb̅ with the ATLAS Experiment
Dec06
Xiangyi Meng
Concurrence Percolation on Quantum Entanglement Networks
Dec06
Alexandre Day
AN APPLICATION OF MACHINE LEARNING TO STATISTICAL PHYSICS: FROM THE PHASES OF QUANTUM CONTROL TO SATISFIABILITY PROBLEMS
Dec07
Ting-Yi (Clover) Su
INFLUENCE OF ACID ON MOTILITY AND CHEMOTACTIC RESPONSE OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI IN GASTRIC MUCIN
Dec07
Bernardo Zubillaga Herrera
A Three State Opinion Formation Model for Financial Markets
Dec12
Ying-Jer Kao
National Taiwan University and BU
Tunneling-induced restoration of classical degeneracy in quantum kagome ice Host: Anders Sandvik
Jan18
Duan Yutong
TBA - Duan Yutong
Apr02
*Coffee will be reserved in the lounge at 3:00PM.
Physics Department Colloquia TBD