Events Archive

Donald R. Hamilton Colloquium

Hamilton Colloquium Series: David Vanderbilt, Rutgers University; “The search for quantum anomalous Hall insulators”

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Stephen Shenker, Stanford; "Quantum gravity and quantum chaos"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Markus Greiner, Harvard; “Entanglement Entropy and Quantum Thermalization in Ultracold Atom Quantum Matter”

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Rana Adhikari, Caltech; "The truth behind the LIGO discoveries"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Frans Pretorius, Princeton; "The Dynamical Strong-field Regime of General Relativity"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Ryan Patterson, Caltech; “Next questions in neutrino physics and the NOvA experiment”

Hamilton Colloquium Series: John Ellis, King's College London & CERN; “Radioactive Iron Rain: Evidence of a Recent Nearby Supernova Explosion”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Harald Hess, HHMI Janelia Research Campus: "Innovating Microscopy: From Atoms to Biology"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Vladan Vuletic, MIT: "What does the Golden Ratio have to do with friction? An answer atom by atom."

Hamilton Colloquium Series - David Snoke, U. Pittsburgh: "Superfluids of light: Bose-Einstein condensation of polaritons in microcavities"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Dam Thanh Son, University of Chicago: "Surprises with Dirac fermions in condensed matter"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Kerstin Perez, Haverford: “In Search of Cosmic-Ray Antinuclei from Dark Matter”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Joseph Curtin, Joseph Curtin Studios: “Can Stradivari’s Sound Be Measured?”

CANCELLED: Hamilton Colloquium Series

Thu, Feb 18, 2016, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Sebastian Seung, Princeton University: "Structure and function of the retina"

Hamilton Colloquium Series: Steven Tobias, University of Leeds (UK), "Order from Chaos: From the Solar Cycle to the Jets on Jupiter"

Hamilton Colloquium: Curtis Callan, Princeton, "What can theoretical physics do for biology (and vice-versa)? Reflections of an ex-particle theorist."

Hamilton Colloquium - Bill Jones, Princeton, "The Universe as a Lab for Fundamental Physics: Results from Spider and future suborbital observations"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Neil Turok, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada, "Big Bang: Bounce or Beginning?"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Laura Baudis, University of Zurich, "Direct detection of dark matter in the Milky Way"

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