Date Speaker Institution Title and Abstract Host
Spring 2014 Colloquium Schedule
Tuesday Jan 28, 1:30pm Ryan Glasser National Institute of Standards and Technology Speeding up and slowing down light, can quantum information survive?, Glasser's Abstract Greg Childers
Friday Jan 31, 1:30pm Daniel Rolles Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) How to Make a Molecular Movie, Rolles' Abstract Greg Childers
Tuesday Feb 4, 1:30pm Arne Schwettmann JQI/NIST/University of Maryland Spin dynamics in an ultracold sodium quantum gas, Schwettmann's Abstract Greg Childers
Thursday Feb 6, 1:30pm Leigh Hargreaves California State University - Fullerton Novel Techniques in Electron Scattering Physics, Hargreaves' Abstract Greg Childers
Feb 7        
Feb 14        
Feb 21        
Feb 28  Professional Panel     Bobby Wright
Mar 7 J. W. McConkey U. Windsor, Ontario, Canada Detection of long lived atomic oxygen (O1D+O1S) prevalent in electron driven reactions (e.g. the aurora borealis), McConkey's Abstract Morty Khakoo
Mar 14 TBA     Bobby Wright
Mar 21        
Mar 28        
Apr 4 Spring Break - No Classes
Apr 11 Kamil Fedus Fulbright Fellow, Nicholai Copernicus University, Torun, Poland Simple quantum model for describing low energy electron and positron scattering data Morty Khakoo
Apr 18 GWPAC MH-601 LIGO Documentary Jocelyn Read
Apr 25 Vince McKoy Caltech TBA on theory regarding electron-molecule scattering Morty Khakoo
May 2 MS Project Presentations   TBA Ionel Tifrea
May 9 MS Project Presentations   TBA Ionel Tifrea