Back to the Graduate Student Seminar
Seminars are held on
Wednesdays at noon in the Physics Room 298 or 299 this semester.
The seminars are given by Duke Physics graduate students and post-docs
and run between 20 and 40 minutes in length. The atmosphere is intended
to be friendly and that of a learning experience for everyone involved.
No faculty attend the seminar, to enhance the atmosphere of a meeting of
Physics graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend and all
post-docs are invited.
Lunch, usually pizza, is provided.
Feb. 5: Miaoyuan Liu and Kevin Finelli
In situ performance of the Transition Radiation Tracker of the ATLAS detector.
Study of the behavior of highly ionizing particles in the ATLAS Transition Radiation Tracker
April 13: Dr. Alfred Lee
Physics outside physics: a decade as a physicist in the software development business.
April 16: Sam Gong
Gene Regulatory Networks
July 30: Mengyang Sun
The Effect of Noise in Time Series Analysis
Sept. 10: Christopher E.
Computer model interpolation and validation with gaussian process emulators
Sept. 17: Abe Clark
Granular Experimental Physics
Sept 22: Taritree M Wongjirad
Measuring theta13 through the T2K experiment
Oct. 6: Willie Ong
Fermion Flatland: A Bird's Eye View
Oct. 13:Dr. Qiang (Alan) Ye
Application of Polarized $^3$He in the Neutron Electric Dipole Moment Experiment and Nuclear Physics Experiments
Oct. 27: Dong Liu
Quantum Phase Transition and Emergent Symmetry in Quadruple Quantum Dot System
Nov. 10: Fritz Kretzschmar
CPIC3d a real time Lattice simulation
Dec. 1: Kevin Claytor
Imaging in Highly Scattering Media Using the Spectral Reshaping Technique