CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS SEMINARS

Fall Semester 1999 MSUDepartment of Physics & Astronomy


Mondays, 4:10 p.m. in Room 224 Physics-Astronomy Bldg.; refreshments at 3:50 p.m.
Sep. 6
 No Seminar: Labor Day Holiday
Sep. 13
Robert Ziff University of Michigan 
New Results in Percolation Theory 
Sep. 20
David DraboldOhio University
The Electronic Structure of Large Realistic Models of Amorphous Silicon 
Sep. 27
Dale Van Harlingen University of Illinois 
Probing the Symmetry of Unconventional Superconductors Beyond d-wave and Beyond the Cuprates 
Oct. 4
Jacques Amar University of Toledo
Mound Formation and Coarsening in Epitaxial Growth
Oct. 11
OPEN 
Oct. 18
Ctirad Uher University of Michigan 
Materials with Open Structure as Novel Thermoelectrics 
Oct. 25
Ravin Bhatt Princeton University 
Topological Quantum Numbers and Localization in the Quantum Hall Regime 
Nov. 1
William Butler Oakridge National Laboratory 
Giant Magnetoresistance in Magnetic Multilayers:  Theory and Application 
Nov. 8
Hari Manoharan IBM, Almaden 
Phantom Atoms and Electronic Mirages 
Nov. 15
Mark Dykman MSU
TBA 
Nov. 22
Ruby Ghosh Center for Sensor Materials, MSU
Fiber Optic Oxygen Sensor Using Molybdenum Chloride Cluster Luminescence 
Nov. 29
Ivan Schuller University of California - San Diego
TBA
Dec. 6
John Ketterson Northwestern University 
Studies of Coherent Excitons in Cu2
Dec. 13
OPEN 

Please note: Handicapper accommodations may be requested by calling the Physics & Astronomy Department at 353-8662 one week before the scheduled seminar to ensure sufficient time to make arrangements. Requests received after this date will be met when possible.

For further information, please contact:  S. D. Mahanti
Tel.: (517) 355-9701
E-mail: mahanti@pa.msu.edu

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