Biophysics/Condensed Matter

August 1st, 2019 to July 31st, 2020. Previous/next year.
Aug02
SCI 352
12:00pm
Yuefeng Nie
Nanjing University
Freestanding 2D Oxide Perovskites --- a new playground for strongly correlated 2D phases Host: Wanzheng Hu
Aug09
SCI 352
12:00pm
Josh Turner
LCLS at SLAC
Pointing an X-ray Laser at Fluctuations in Quantum Materials: From Skyrmions to Superconductivity Host: Karl Ludwig
Aug15
SCI 352
12:00pm
Adolfo del Campo
Donostia International Physics Center, Spain
Universal features of quantum critical dynamics beyond the Kibble-Zurek mechanism Host: Anatoli Polkovnikov
Aug16
SCI 328
11:00am
Pavel Chvykov
MIT Physics of Living Systems, England group
The statue in the stone: how dynamical systems discover patterns in their environment Host: Anushya Chandran
Aug19
SCI 328
11:00am
Victor Albert 
Caltech
Robust encoding of a qubit in a molecule Host: Christopher Laumann
Aug30
SCI 328
12:00pm
Till Lenz
Helmholtz-Institut Mainz
New applications of magnetometry based on nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Host: Alexander Sushkov
Sep13
SCI 352
12:00pm
Boris Spivak
University of Washington
Debye mechanism of giant microwave absorption in superconductors Host: Christopher Laumann
Sep20
SCI 352
12:00pm
Robert Marsland
Boston University
Statistical Mechanics of Microbiomes
Sep25
SCI 328
4:00pm
Michael Vogl
Northeastern University
Flow equation approach to Floquet systems
Sep26
SCI 352
2:15pm
Dr. Denny Dahl
D-Wave Systems
Quantum simulation with the DW-2000Q Host: Anders Sandvik
Sep27
SCI 352
11:00am
Siddhardh Morampudi
Boston University, Physics Department
Spectroscopy of spinons in Coulomb quantum spin liquids Host: Christopher Laumann
Oct02
SCI 328
3:30pm
Zhicheng Yang
Boston University Physics Department
Path to building quantum spin liquids and topological qubits within existing quantum hardware
Oct09
SCI 328
3:30pm
Phil Crowley
Boston University
Topological classes of quantum dynamics in quasi-periodically driven systems
Oct11
SCI 352
12:00pm
Maxim Serbyn
Institute of Science and Technology
Quantum many-body scars, mixed phase spaces and non-universal thermalization Host: Anatoli Polkovnikov
Oct16
SCI 328
3:30pm
Julian Ingham
Boston University, Physics Department
High temperature superconductivity in semiconductor artificial graphene
Oct18
SCI 352
12:00pm
John J. Kasianowicz
NIST, Physical Measurement Laboratory
Single Molecule Biophysics Using Nanopores: Some Science and Applications Host: Shyamsunder Erramilli
Oct23
SCI 328
3:30pm
Inti Sodemann
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Bosonization and the Shear Sound of Metals and The Non-linear Hall Effect in Time-Reversal-Invariant Materials Host: Claudio Chamon
Oct25
SCI 352
12:00pm
Viktor Novicenko 
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy Vilnius University
Floquet analysis of a quantum system with modulated periodic driving
Oct30
SCI 328
3:30pm
Garry Goldstein
Rutgers University
Extending the Gutzwiller approximation to intersite interactions Host: Claudio Chamon
Nov01
SCI 352
12:00pm
Dominic Else
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Long-lived interacting phases of matter protected by multiple time-translation symmetries in quasiperiodically driven systems Host: Philip Crowley
Nov06
SCI 328
3:30pm
Sarang Gopalakrishnan 
The City University of New York
Anomalous transport in integrable spin chains Host: Anushya Chandran
Nov13
SCI 328
3:30pm
Roger Melko
University of Waterloo and the Perimeter Institute
How hard is it to learn a quantum state?
Nov20
SCI 328
3:30pm
Hiroki Isobe
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Many-body physics around Van Hove singularities: from twisted bilayer graphene to supermetal and non-Fermi liquid Host: Claudio Chamon
Nov21
SCI 328
4:00pm
Yariv Kafri
Technion
Forces exerted and mediated by active matter
Dec06
SCI 352
12:00pm
Brian Skinner
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Ohio State University
The Unprecedented Thermoelectric Properties of Nodal Semimetals in a Magnetic Field Host: Julian Ingham
Dec11
SCI 328
3:30pm
Torsten Zache
Heidelberg University
Quantum simulation of high-energy physics - microscopic and macroscopic approaches