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Department of Physics

Physics Colloquium Schedule: Fall 2022

The Physics Department hosts a regular colloquium series on Fridays at 3PM in room McL 162, and participates with the Math Department in the Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics (FAMP) Interdepartmental Research Group meetings.

More information about FAMP.

See the schedule of colloquia below. If you have a topic you would like to see covered please contact Dr. Doug Singleton with suggestions.

When appropriate, a recording of the colloquium will be posted in our YouTube Colloquium Playlist.

Our Colloquium series is also known as the course
Phys 180, Dr Doug Singleton, Instructor.

 
Date Topic, Presenter and more Info
Sep. 9

Faculty Research at Fresno State Physics

Abstract is on the flier.

Sep. 16

LIGO Signals from the Mirror World

Dr. Merab Gogberashvili, Tblisi State University and Tblisi Institute of Physics

Abstract is on the flier.

Sep. 30

Medical and Biological Investigations using Synchrotron Radiation

Dr. Mihai Gherase, California State University, Fresno

Abstract is on the flier.

Oct. 14

Particle Physics at CERN

Dr. Jason Veatch, California State University, East Bay

Abstract is on the flier.

Oct. 21

Quantum Simulation of the Hubbard Model: Higher Symmetries and New Architectures

Dr. Eduardo Ibarra-Garcia-Padilla, San Jose State University and University of California, Davis.

Abstract is on the flier.

Nov. 18 Dr. Kendall Hall, California State University, Chico
Dec. 2 Dr. Ettore Vitali, California State University, Fresno

 

 

 

 

Physics Colloquium Schedule from Spring 2022:

 
Date Topic, Presenter and more Info
Feb. 11

New Resources for In-Person Teaching

Roger Key, California State University, Fresno

Abstract is on the flier. (No zoom option is available for this presentation)

Feb. 18

Physics with a Smartphone

Dr. David Rakestraw, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Dr. Rakestraw's Website with Activities and Information

Get the free app: Phyphox on your phone or tablet.

Abstract is on the flier. (No zoom option is available for this presentation)

Feb. 25 at 10AM (20:00 EEST)

Talk 1: The New Simplest Proof of Cayley's Formula and its Connection to Statistical Mechanics

Dr. Oleksii Rebenko, Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Abstract and zoom link are on the flier.

Feb. 25 at 11AM

Talk 2: Area Laws for the Entanglement Entropy in the XXZ Spin Chain

Dr. Christoph Fischbacher, University of California, Irvine

Abstract and zoom link are on the flier.

Mar. 4

Astrophysics in the Coming Decades

Dr. Fred Ringwald, California State University, Fresno

Abstract and zoom link are on the flier.

Mar. 11

Zap-X: A Novel Gyroscopic Radiosurgery System

Dr. Georg Weidlich, DABR and FACRO

Abstract and zoom link are on the flier.

Mar. 25

Heat and Particle Transport in Tokamak Reactors

Dr. Jonathan Roveto, Georgia Tech

Abstract is on the flier. (No zoom option is available for this presentation)

Apr. 1

Physics of Space, Investigated on Earth: Studying Chemical Reactions in a Laboratory Environment

Olivia Krohn, University of Colorado, Boulder

Abstract is on the flier. (No zoom option is available for this presentation)

Apr. 22

Laboratory Astrophysics with High Intensity Lasers

Dr. In Tai Kim, California State University, Fresno

Abstract is on the flier.  (No zoom option is available for this presentation)

Apr. 29 at 10:00 AM

Talk 3: On Linear Chaos in the Space of Convergent Sequences

Gabriel Martinez Lazaro, Student, Dr. Marat V. Markin Advisor, Department of Mathematics, California State University, Fresno.

Abstract and zoom link are on the flier.

Apr. 29

M.S. Thesis Talks: Patrick Kelly "Exploring the Quantum Many-Body Problem with Cold Atomic Gases," and Joey Contreras "Modified Commutators vs. Modified Operators in a Quantum Gravity Minimal Length Scale."

Patrick Kelly, Joey Contreras

Abstracts are on the flier (Kelly), and this flier (Contreras).

May 6

Research on the Quadrupolar Kondo Effect via Ultrasonic Measurements

Prof. Tatsuya Yanagisawa, Hokkaido University

Abstract is on the flier.