Back to the Graduate Student Seminar
Seminars are held on
Fridays at 1:00 PM in 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.
Jan. 28: Kristine Callan
Nonlinear Time-Delayed Bandpass Feedback
Feb. 4: Marco Bertolini
Supersymmetric Wilson Loop in Gauge Theories and Gauge/Gravity Duality
Feb 18: Dr. Dan Pirjol
Interest Rates Modeling for Physicists
April 1: Joel Greenberg
Cold Atom Physics and Nonlinear Optics
April 8: Di-Lun Yang and Shanshan Cao
The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collision
May 20: Jonathan Mueller
A Measurement Of Neutron Polarization Asymmetries in Photofission of 235,238u Using Polarized γ Rays at HIγS
September 23: Dr. Hung-Ming Tsai
Entropy Production and Equilibration in Yang-Mills Quantum Mechanics
October 14: Josh Albert
Neutrinos and T2K
December 9: Chris Pollard