A series of virtual seminars this semester and next will provide upper-level undergraduate students of physics an opportunity to meet with researchers in the field.
Faculty and adjunct professors will deliver talks on their cutting-edge research projects Fridays from 4 to 5 p.m.
- “Skating on spin ice: A tour of frustrated magnetism and fractionalization,” Nov. 13
- “Can ultrafast laser pulses make water magnetic? (Ultrafast pulse scattering by molecular clusters),” Nov. 20
- “Healing Humanity One Spark at a Time: Diagnosing Bacterial Pathogens with Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy,” Nov. 27
- “New physics in atomic Coulomb explosions following nuclear beta decay,” Dec. 4
- “Ultrafast and ultrasmall: manipulating individual electron motion,” Jan. 8
- “Affordable Magnetic Resonance: from Million-Dollar MRI to A Backpack Scanner,” Jan. 15
- “Neutrons for health and materials: New sources and opportunities,” Jan. 22
- “Laser nuclear-spin-polarization and its applications,” Jan. 29
- To be confirmed, Feb. 5