Events

Relativistic jets in active galactic nuclei: studying nature’s most powerful particle accelerators in the multi-messenger era

Dr. Manel Errando, Washington University in St. Louis
Crow 204 | Coffee: Compton 245, 3:45 pm

A new approach to study the 511 keV emission from positron annihilation in the Galaxy

Dr. Manel Errando, Washington University in St. Louis
241 Compton | Coffee: 9:45am

Physics Theory Seminar

Dr. Jessica Turner (Host: Dev), Fermilab
241 Compton | Coffee: 2:45PM

IMSE Seminar - Dr. Zheng

Dr. Haimei Zheng, Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
TBA

Biological Physics Seminar

Dr. Moumita Das (Hosted by Carlsson), Rochester Institute of Technology
241 Compton | Coffee: 3:45pm

Nuclear Physics Seminar

Prof. Wolfgang Korsch (Hosted by Dickhoff), University of Kentucky
241 Compton | Coffee: 12:00pm

Physics Theory Seminar

Prof. Susan Gardner (Hosted by Dev), University of Kentucky
241 Compton | Coffee: 3:00PM

Study of the two-proton radioactivity within the Gamow coupled-channel approach

Dr. Simin Wang (Hosted by Charity/Dickhoff), National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University
241 Compton

IMSE Seminar - Professor Renner

Prof. Julie Renner (Hosted by: Prof. VIjay Ramani), Chemical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
Brauer Hall, room 12