Condensed Matter Seminar Series

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The regular time and place for this series is 11:00 am on THURSDAY in Room 298 of the Physics Building.

The main organizer is Harold Baranger :  (Email / Webpage) .

Fall 09 -- Spring 10

Oct 8, Thu
Abhijit Mehta, Duke University
Journal Club: recent papers on 0.7 anomaly from Pepper's group.

Oct 15, Thu
Igor Bondarev, North Carolina Central University
11:00 Carbon Nanotube Nanophotonics

Nov 10, Tue Jeremy Levy, University of Pittsburgh
11:00 Oxide Nanoelectronics On Demand

Nov 12, Thu Ivan Larkin, International Center of Condensed Matter Physics, Brazil 
11:00 Fermi – edge singularity at tunneling in low dimensional semiconductors structures

Nov 19, Thu Shailesh Chandrasekharan, Duke University
11:00 Informal Seminar: Emergent Quantum Mechanics from Quantum Field Theory: A Non-Perturbative Calculation

Nov 23, Mon Maw-Kuen Wu, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan
10:00 Overview of the Fe-based Superconductors

Feb 25, Thu Sergio Ulloa, Ohio University
Exploring the Kondo Effect in Quantum Dots and Magnetic Molecules

Mar 23, Tue
Fu-Jiun Jiang, MIT
A Monte Carlo Study of Spatially Anisotropic Spin-1/2 Heisenberg Models

Apr 7, Wed Anthony Leggett, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Ultracold Fermi Alkali Gases: Bose Condensation Meets Cooper Pairing

Apr 9, Fri Konstantin Matveev, Argonne National Lab
Conductance of Fully Equilibrated Quantum Wires

Apr 22, Thu Lubos Mitas, NC State University
11:00 Quantum Monte CarlAbstract: o Methods: Applications and Insights into Many-Body Effects

May 6, Thu Holger T. Grahn, Paul-Drude-Institut for Solid State Electronics, Berlin, Germany
12:50 THz Quantum-Cascade Lasers

May 12, Wed
Henry Everitt, US Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center
and Duke University
11 am
Infrared/Terahertz Double Resonance Rotational-Vibrational Molecular Spectroscopy

May 13, Thu Phillip Wu, Duke
11:00 Enhanced Electronic Correlations and Spin Effects in Asymmetric Quantum Point Contacts

Previous Seminars

2007-2008 2008-2009
Fall 2006 Fall 2005 Fall 2004 Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001 Fall 2000
Spring 2007 Spring 2006 Spring 2005 Spring 2004 Spring 2003 Spring 2002 Spring 2001
Spring 2000
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