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Seminars 2010

 

February 17, 3:30PM,  Dr. Tristan Hubsch, Howard University

Is Reality A Matrix?

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February 24, 3:30PM, Dr. Marcus Alfred, Howard University

Welcome to the TeraGrid

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March 10        Dr William Phillips, NIST
 NOBEL LAUREATE

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March 24, 3:30PM, Dr Claudia Rankins, Program Director, HBCU-UP NSF

TBA

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March 31, 3:30PM, Dr Victor M. Yakovenko, UM, College Park

Statistical Mechanics of Money, Income, and Wealth

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April 7, 3:30PM, Dr. Stephen Rinehart, GSFC, NASA

Far-Infrared Interferometry:
The Path to High Angular Resolution at Long Wavelengths

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April 12, 3:30PM, Dr. Rhonda Dzakpasu, Georgetown University,
Dynamics in Networks of Neurons: Simulations and In Vitro

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April 14, 3:30PM, Dr. Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux  

Backward seasons, droughts and other bioclimatic indicators of
variability

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April 21, 3:30PM, Dr. Silvina Gatica, Howard University

Trapped Matter

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April 28, 3:30PM, Dr. Kimani Stancil, Howard University

TBA

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May 13, 3:30PM, Dr. Louis Bruch

Monolayer Phonons

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October 20, 3:30PM, XiangYun Qiu

Electrostatic, hydration, and bending forces in compact DNA assemblies

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October 27, 3:30PM, Zameer Hassan

The Ice age of Nano-Photonics and Electronics

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November 9, TBA, Juana Moreno

New magnetic materials for spintronics

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November 10, 12:10, Douglas Osheroff, NOBEL LAUREATE

Superfluidity in 3He: The Story Behind the Discovery

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November 17, 3:30PM, Tristan Hübsch

Through the Looking-Glass, and What Physics is Found There

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December 1, 2010, 3:30 PM,  James Hammonds
Thermally Driven Sensitive Surface Phonon Polariton Modes in Thin-Film SiC
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December 8, 2010, 3:30 PM,  Tehani Finch
An investigation of transient uncharged spherically symmetric black holes
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December 15, 2010, 3:30 PM,  Paul Racette, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Ensemble Detection and Analysis
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