Events Archive

Events Archive - Donald R. Hamilton Colloquium

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Xiaoliang Qi, Stanford; "The entanglement glue for spacetime"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Marek Karliner, Tel Aviv University; "The social life of heavy quarks"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Jessie Shelton, University of Ilinois (Urbana-Champaign); "The Higgs portal onto the dark universe" (Jadwin A07)

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Eric Siggia, Rockefeller University, “Exploring embryonic patterning with colonies of human embryonic stem cells”

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Tilman Pfau, Universität Stuttgart, "Dipolar quantum gases and liquids"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Gilles Tarjus, LPTMC, CNRS/University Pierre and Marie Curie, France; "The glass transition: a theoretical perspective"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: B. Andrei Bernevig, Princeton University, "Topological Quantum Chemistry"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Juan Maldacena, Institute for Advanced Study, "Quantum mechanics and the geometry of spacetime"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Jason Petta, Princeton University, "Towards a Quantum Internet with Electron Spins"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Ned Wingreen, Princeton University, "Protein phase transitions in and out of cells"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Eve Ostriker, Princeton University, "The Physics of Star Formation Feedback and Self-Regulation"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Simone Giombi, Princeton University, "Higher-spin gravity and conformal field theory"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - James Olsen, Princeton University; "LHC at 13 TeV”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Philip Kim, Harvard University; "Unusual quasiparticle correlation in graphene"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Tomasz Skwarnicki, Syracuse University; "Heavy flavor spectroscopy at LHCb"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Jonathan Simon, University of Chicago; “Building quantum matter from light: from topological photonics to polariton blockade”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Jo Dunkley, Professor of Physics and Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University; "Neutrino physics from the polarized microwave background"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Yakir Aharonov, Chapman University, and Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University; “Non-local phenomena in Quantum Mechanics"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Razvan Gurau, Centre de Physique Théorique (CPHT), École Polytechnique, France; "Invitation to Random Tensors"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Christopher Monroe, JQI and University of Maryland; “Building a Quantum Computer, Atom by Atom”