Departmental events

August 1st, 2020 to July 31st, 2021. Previous/next year.
Aug05
Aobo Li
Boston University, Physics Department
Zoom Meeting ID: 774-883-2895
THE TAO AND ZEN OF NEUTRINO: NEUTRONOLESS DOUBLE BETA DECAY, BAYESIAN ANALYSIS AND DEEP LEARNING IN KAMLAND-ZEN
Aug06
Meeting ID: 952 3126 9978
Physics Coffee Hour
Aug07
Julian Ingham
Boston University
Recording: https://bit.ly/2PTPr24
Password: 4.M@=4rn
Using CNN to Detect Fake News Host: Eric Boyers
Aug10
Ashish Bino George
Boston University, Physics Department
Zoom Meeting ID: 865 3206 0287
Eco-evolutionary dynamics of microbial populations with heterogeneous growth and dispersal
Aug10
Xiangyi Meng
Boston University, Physics Department
Quantum Information and Network Science
Aug13
Thomas Wester
Boston University
Recording: https://bit.ly/3iJVdzI
Password: 65a$vYer
Statistics & Data Analysis for Physicists Host: Eric Boyers
Aug13
Eric Boyers
Boston University, Physics Department
Realizing a synthetic topological insulator with a quasi-periodically driven qubit
Aug13
Graduate Student Council
Boston University
August Grad Council Meeting
Aug17
RENZO TAMIRO VILLAZON SCHOLER
Boston University, Physics Department
Meeting ID: 910 1958 5327
EFFICIENT CONTROL OF OPEN QUANTUM SYSTEM
Aug20
Meeting ID: 952 3126 9978
Physics Virtual Coffee Hour
Sep14
Yue Liu
Boston University, Physics Department
NEURONAL DYNAMICS ACROSS MACROSCOPIC TIMESCALES
Sep16
Zoom Link: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/97042978487?
Physics Graduate/Undergraduate Mentorship Program - Interest Meeting (Poster)
Oct13
Siqi Yuan
Boston University, Physics Department
Search for dark matter in the final state that contains a hadronically decayed W/Z boson and missing transverse energy
Oct16
Anirudh Chandrasekaran
Boston University, Physics Department
Catastrophe theory classification of Fermi surface topological transitions in two dimensions
Oct21
Brent Lawson 
Shrinking from macroscopic electronic components to single molecule electronics
Nov04
Anada Roy
Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM)
Virtual Seminar - Zoom Meeting details TBA
The quantum sine-Gordon model with quantum circuits Host: Claudio Chamon
Nov13
Bowen Zhao
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/97518974755?pwd=M1hHQlcxaGtaeWxnMGE1R1prNDEvdz09
New aspects of deconfined quantum criticality (Poster)
Nov16
Chris Cosby
Boston University
Recording: https://bit.ly/3nCRLcx
Password: 6o^eh1P9
Dark Photons & How to Find Them Host: Eric Boyers
Nov17
Sakib Matin
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/95421155441?pwd=c2p2WWZBRHdjdUVxQy9TWGVTZi9idz09
CANCELLED: The unreasonable effectiveness of cluster scaling
Nov17
Michael Manighalam
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/92062697327?pwd=MCtITjFZeEpudEI5N1hBaTNyWFVpdz09
General Methods and Properties for Evaluation of Continuum Limits of Discrete Time Quantum Walks in One and Two Dimensions
Nov18
Jing Ma
Boston University, Physics Department
Role of bridge nodes in epidemic spreading: Different regimes and crossovers
Nov23
Kyriakos Grammatikos
Boston University
Recording: https://bit.ly/3l1ECIn
Password: gaf?MpP9
Aspects of spontaneous symmetry breaking in LCT Host: Eric Boyers
Nov30
Lei Zhang
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/96327880887?pwd=ajFhL0xtc
Nonuniversal entanglement level statistics in projection-driven quantum circuits
Dec04
Jingjin Wei
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/99089473786?pwd=anliRUdkdGZSYVpGandneWlSRFc5QT09
Heterogeneous Connectivity in E/I Neural Network Allows Entrainment to a Wide Frequency Range
Dec07
Chiara Salemi
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/7143324009
The Search for Low-Mass Axion Dark Matter Host: Eric Boyers
Dec11
Shiyu Zhou
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/91756070591?pwd=cjlYaDdHc2daOERCOThIWVhDcnB3Zz09
Experimental Realization of Spin Liquids in a Programmable Quantum Device
Dec11
Mohit Pandey
Boston University, Physics Department
Adiabatic Eigenstate Deformations as a Sensitive Probe for Quantum Chaos
Dec18
Anirudh Chandrasekaran
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/94633829536?pwd=bFhOdlRXVWY4OC9RSmxvdHA3VGNRZz09
Probing nodal point singularities using resonant inelastic X-ray scattering
Jan14
Timothy Khouw
Boston University, Physics Department
https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/6720837765
Wealth Inequality and Globalization in an Agent-based Asset Exchange Model