Ongoing

Physics Lunch

Thursdays at 12:30 pm, WCC private Dining Rooms

Physics Tea

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 pm, Youngchild 104

Winter 2017

Bjorklunden Physics Retreat, Friday January 20-Sunday January 22nd

Register by sending an email to Douglas Martin

Physics Colloquium, Thursday January 12th, 11:10 am, Youngchild 115

Professor Tim Tharp, Marquette University

Physics Colloquium, Wednesday January 11th, 4:30 pm, Youngchild 115

Professor Karen Andeen, Marquette University

Fall 2016

Physics and Engineering Colloquium, Friday November 11th 4 pm, Youngchild 115
Growing Better Nanoparticles & Life at an Engineering Program

Stephen Exarhos '12, University of California, Riverside

Physics Colloquium, Thursday November 3rd 11:10 am, Youngchild 115
Silicon: Quantum Control in a Classic Material

Professor Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin

Physics Colloquium, Friday October 14th 4:15 pm, Youngchild 115
Faster than Light Imaging and Violations of Local Realism

Professor Gabe Spalding, Illinois Wesleyan University

Physics Colloquium, Thursday September 29th 11:10 am, Youngchild 115
Career Seminar on Life from Lawrence through the Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Erlan Bliss, '63, LLNL

Winter 2016

Physics Colloquium, Tuesday January 12th, 11:10 am, Youngchild 115
Engineering a Contradiction: Developing Low-Cost Transparent Conducting Oxides

Professor Seth King, UW-La Crosse

Physics Research Bazaar, Thursday January 28th, 11:10 am, Youngchild 115

Come and learn about student research opportunities in physics this summer!

Science Hall Colloquium, Tuesday February 2nd, 11:10 am, Steitz 102

Using Gene Editing to Probe Molecular Motor Function in Neurons

Professor Jill Wildonger, UW-Madison

Fall 2015

Physics Town Hall, Friday September 18th, 4:30 pm, Youngchild 115

All physics majors encouraged to attend. 

Physics Colloquium, Monday September 28th, 4:30 pm, Youngchild 115

Optical Spectroscopy of Anisotropic Materials

Vapor-Liquid-Solid Growth of Nanowires

Annmarie Exarhos '07 and Chris Hawley '07

(Will present physics research from graduate school and discuss Life after Lawrence)

Public Talk, Monday October 12th, 7:30 pm, Steitz 102

THE BIRTH OF EXPERIMENTAL MATHEMATICS

David Campbell, Boston University Department of Physics

Science Hall Colloquium, Tuesday, October 13th, 11:10 am, Steitz 102

CHAOS AND FRACTALS

David Campbell, Boston University Department of Physics

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