Events Archive

Donald R. Hamilton Colloquium

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Sheldon Stone, Syracuse University, "Pentaquarks and Tetraquarks at LHCb"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Alexander Polyakov, Princeton University, "In praise of quantum field theory"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Gil Refael, CalTech, "Floquet quantum states: topological transitions, steady states, and suprising implications"

Hamilton Colloquium Series- Pasquale Blasi, INAF-Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory, Florence,Italy,"Cosmic Rays: a journey from accelerators to Earth"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Pasquale Blasi, INAF – Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory, Florence, Italy “Cosmic Rays: A journey from accelerators to Earth”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Cindy Regal, University of Colorado-Boulder, "Interferometry in a strong light"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Ali Yazdani, Princeton University, "Spotting the elusive Majorana under the microscope"

Hamilton Colloquium Series-Per Helander, Max-Planck Ins.Plasma Physics,"Theory of non-symmetric plasma confinement and a new large physics experiment

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Charles Kane, University of Pennsylvania, "Topological Boundary Modes from Quantum Electronics to Classical Mechanics"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Zheng-Tian Lu, ANL, U. Chicago, "Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Global Groundwater"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Zheng-Tian Lu, University of Chicago “Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Global Groundwater”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Yifang Wang, Institute of High Energy Physics (Beijing): "Daya Bay neutrino experiment and the future"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - E.K.U. Gross, Max-Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Germany. (Please see title below.)

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Eva Halkiadakis, Rutgers University, "Searching for Supersymmetry with CMS Experiement at the LHC"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Slava Rychkov, CERN, and ENS-Paris, “Non-Hamiltonian approach to conformal quantum field theory – 40 years later”

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Michael Gordin, Dept. of History, Princeton, “Einstein in Bohemia: Not-So-General Relativity, 1911-1912”

Hamilton Colloquium Series- Leslie Rosenberg, University of Washington, "Searching for Dark-Matter Axions"

Hamilton Colloquium Series- David Huse, Princeton University, "Quantum thermalization, many-body Anderson localization, and the entanglement frontier"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Thomas Gregor, Princeton, "Precision and reproducibility in development"

Hamilton Colloquium Series - Matthew P.A. Fisher, UC-Santa Barbara, "Quantum Tapestries"

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