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2016 Physics Seminars

Speaker Title Date
Vernon Sandberg
California Institute of Technology
The Detection of Gravitational Waves and Observation of Black Holes in the Vacuum of Deep Space October 28, 2016
Kalyan Allada
Norfolk State University
Study of 3D Partonic Structure of Nucleon October 6, 2016
Simona Malace
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nucleon Structure: An Awesome Puzzle October 1, 2016
Timothy Gay
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska
Electron Circular Dichroism and the Origin of Life On Earth August 25, 2016
Professor Gary S. Varner
University of Hawaii
The "Giga" Era of Instrumentation for Current and Future Experiments July 29, 2016
Zhihong Ye
Argonne National Laboratory
Search for Three-Nucleon Short-Range Correlations in Nuclei June 10, 2016
Douglas Higinbotham
Jefferson Lab
Why the proton radius is smaller in Virginia May 13, 2016
Volker Metag
Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany
In-medium properties of hadrons from photon- and proton- induced nuclear reactions April 25, 2016
Maksym Titov
Centre de Saclay
Micro-Pattern Gas Detector Technologies for Physics Projects at the Energy, Intensity and Cosmic Frontiers April 25, 2016
Michael Murray
University of Kansas
Photon Physics at the Large Hadron Collider April 1, 2016
Eric Pooser
Florida International University
The GlueX Start Counter & Beam Asymmetry $Sigma$ in single $pi^{0}$ Photoproduction March 14, 2016
Nicholas Hirlinger-Saylor
Stony Brook University
PREX and CREX - Measuring the Neutron Radii of 208Pb & 48Ca March 2, 2016
Sanjoy Mahajan
Olin College of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Never Calculate Until You Know the Answer: Street-fighting Tools for Fun and Insight February 24, 2016
Dr. Stefan Prestel
Simulating Particle Colliders February 17, 2016