Graduate Colloquium Fall 2020

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University of North Carolina Charlotte
Department of Physics and Optical Science
2020 Fall Seminar Schedule
Thursdays, 11:30am – 12:45pm

September 10

Mike Fiddy, UNCC Anticipating surprise: some research examples

September 17

Sabeeh Ahmad
Grant Bidney
David Gonzalez

September 24

Fatemeh Hadavandmirzaee
Sajjad Hossain
Jonathan Koerber

October 1

Marc Lata
Joseph Mays
Cobey McGinnis

October 8

Michael McLamb
Rahma Nawab
Serang Park

October 15

Scott Raburn
Ana Ramirez
Farzaneh Shabahang

Oct 22

Markus Testorf, Dartmouth College
"Optical super-resolution - why it works, how it works, and when it does not work"

Oct 29

Shohreh Shadalou
Joel Solomon
Mehnaz Tarannum

Nov 5

Dong Yu, UC Davis
"Highly mobile excitons in hybrid halide perovskites and topological insulators"

Nov 12

Pu Zhang, SUNY Binghamton
"Supercooling of liquid metal particles"

Nov 19

Kimani Toussaint, Brown University - Special time: 10:00‐11:00am

Nov 26

Thanksgiving - No Colloquium

Dec 3

Natalia Litchinitser, Duke University

Dec 10

Yong Lin Kong, University of Utah
"Multiscale additive manufacturing of nanomaterials‐based functional devices and biomedical electronics"