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Colloquia and Seminars 2017


November 29, 3:30 PM, Allan Bracker 

Naval Research Laboratory

Semiconductor Quantum Dots for Quantum Technologies

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November 14, 3:30 PM, Brian Mason

US Naval Observatory,
Washington, D.C
A Large Telescope for the Nation

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October 25, 3:30 PM, Dr. Chinedu Ekuma,
(Former) National Research CouncilFellow at Naval Research Lab.,
Washington, D.C
Computational Capabilities and Concepts for 21st Century Materials and Applications

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October 11, 3:30 PM, Dr. Martin Mittendorff
University of Maryland Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics
Time Resolved Spectroscopy and Applications
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October 4, 3:30 PM, Dr. Dr. Rajarshi Roy, Department of Physics, University of Maryland
Seeing the Light: Photons, Complexity and Randomness
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September 27, 3:30 PM, Dr. Kim Michelle Lewis, Associate Professor of Physics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Probing Electron Transport in Nanoscale  Junctions for  Molecular Electronic Applications
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September 18, 3:30 PM, Drs. Jay Mathews and Imad Agha,
University of Dayton Physics & Electro Optics Departments
GeSn alloys for Si-based infrared optoelectronics
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August 29, 3:30 PM, Cecilia Chirenti, associate professor at the Center for Mathematics, Computation and Cognition of UFABC (the Federal University of the ABC Region in the metropolitan area of São Paulo), in Brazil
Gravastars: viable black hole alternatives?

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April 19, 3:40 PM, Dr. Quinton L. Williams from Department of Physics & Astronomy.
A Review of Carbon Nanotubes (CNT): Application of CNTs to a Flexible Transparent Photonic Device

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April 19, 3:40 PM, Dr. Pratibha Dev from Department of Physics & Astronomy.
Beyond NV-Centers in Diamond: Alternative Solid- State Qubit Candidates

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April 10, 3:40 PM, Dr. Volker Sorger from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the George Washington University. He is also the director of the Orthogonal Physics Enabled Nanophotonics (OPEN) lab.
Nanophotonics 3.0: Attojoule Optoelectronics, Optical Information Processing and Photonic Compute-Engines

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April 5, 3:40 PM, Dr. Rosemary Killen, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Surface-Bounded Exospheres: What are they and why do we care?

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March 8, 3:40 PM, Dr. Thomas Searles, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Howard University
Asymmetric Metasurfaces for Terahertz Modulators and Ultrasensitive Biosensors

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February 22, 3:40 PM, Dr. Tilak Hewagama,

Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland and

NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Planetary Science from a Shoebox

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February 15, 3:40 PM, Dr. Silvina Gatica, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Howard University
Mater in Nanoscale confinement

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February 8, 3:30 PM, Dr. Tristan Hubsch, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Howard University
Novel Ricci-Flat Ground States, Part 2

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February 1st, 2017, 12:00PM, Prof. Cabrera from the the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico
Laser ablation for thorn removal in Opuntia Cactus: Solving a "Thorny Problem"

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January 25th, 2017, 3:15PM, Dr. Vedran Lekic from the Department    of Geology, University of Maryland, College Park
Imaging    the    Earth's    deep    interior    using    seismic    waves [PDF]

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January 13h, 2017, 12:00PM, Dr. Madalina Furis from NASA (GSFC), Greenbelt, Maryland
Exciton Delocalization and Magnetic Interactions in Crystalline
Organic Thin Films
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