Department of Physics

Colloquium Series

Spring 2015               Physics Colloquia are typcially held on Fridays, 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm, in Campbell Hall room 301
January 9  Dr. Julien Frougier
Unite Mixte de Physique CNRS - Thales
Paris, France
Towards Spin-LED and Spin-VECSEL Operation at Magnetic Remanence
January 16  Dr. Peter M. Hoffmann
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Wayne State University
Adventures in Nanoscale Mechanics
January 22
Dr. Biplob Barman
Department of Physics
SUNY - Buffalo
Magneto-optical Studies of ZnTe/(Zn,Mn)Se and (Zn,Mn)Te/ZnSe Quantum Dots
January 30 Dr. Thomas M. Nordlund
Department of Physics
Inverting an Introductory, Algebra-based Physics Course 
February 6 Dr. Ryoichi Kawai
Department of Physics
Open Forum for UAB Physics Grad Students
February 16 Monday Dr. David Lukas
Technical University of Liberac
Czech Republic
AC Electrospinning - Emitter of Nanofibers
February 20    
February 27    
March 6 Chapin E. Cavender
Department of Physics
Trafficking of Excitatory Amino Acid Transported 2-Laden Vesicles in Cultured Astrocytes
Thursday March 12
2:00 - 3:15 pm
Heritage Hall 124
Dr. Peter Hoffmann
Department of Physics
Wayne State University
Adventures in Nanoscale Physics
Monday March 16 Dr. Ilias Perakis
Department of Physics
University of Crete
Quantum Tricks in the Shadows of the Couloomb Force & Relativity Teach Advanced Materials & Students to Think ULltra-Fast
March 20 Dr. Alp Sehirlioglu
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
Oxide Based Heterointerfaces
March 27 No Colloquium  
April 3 Dr. Aaron Catledge
Department of Physics
Advances in NanoStructured Diamond (NSD)
April 10 Dr. Jabez McClelland
CNST Electron Physics Group
Ultrabright Ions from Ultracold Atoms
April 17 Dr. Lam H. Yu
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Rice University
Molecular Nanojunction as a Model System for Ion Migration Based Resistive Switches