Events

Topological Bootstrap: From Free Fermions to Fractionalization and Fractons

Dr. Tim Hsieh (host Nussinov), Perimeter Institute
241 Compton | Coffee: 2:45pm

Public Lecture: How to Find an Inhabited Exoplanet

Prof. David Charbonneau - Robert M. Walker Distinguished Lecture, MCSS, Harvard University and Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
100 Whitaker

The case for a Radio-Frequency Kicker (RF-K) for the study of exotic nuclei at FRIB

Prof. Lee G. Sobotka, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Washington University
241 Compton

The Life, Death, and Afterlife of GW170817

Prof. Daryl Haggard (Hosted by Nowak), McGill University
241 Compton | Coffee: 2:00PM

SuperTIGER 2

Nathan Walsh will be talking to us about SuperTIGER-2 and how the experiment is refining our understanding of galactic cosmic ray elemental abundances.
Crow 204

Physics Family Fun Day

Atmospheric Physics
Crow 201

Metal Additive Manufacturing: Issues to be solved, opportunities to be exploited

Joseph Newkirk, Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Brauer Hall, Room 12

The wellspring of all phases of the kagome quantum antiferromagnet

Dr. Bryan Clark (host Seidel), Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
241 Compton

Engineering Atom-Light Interactions in Photonic Crystal Waveguides

Dr. Alex Burgers (host: Murch), Institute for Quantum Information and Matter, Caltech
241 Compton