CMP Seminar Schedule Fall 2002

Mondays at 4:10 pm, Room 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building
Refreshments at 3:45 pm

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

8/26/02

Frank Wilhelm
Ludwig Maximilians Universitat

Superconducting Quantum Bits: Control, Coherence, and Read-Out

Birge

9/9/02

Nicola Hill
UC Santa Barbara

Computational Design of New Multiferroics

Mahanti

9/16/02

David Tomanek
Michigan State University

Cooking with Nanostructured Carbon

-

9/23/02

Carlos Wexler
University of Missouri-Columbia

Quantum Hall Liquid Crystals

Tessmer

9/30/02

Boris Spivak
University of Washington Seattle

Phase separation in the two-dimensional electron liquid in MOSFETs

Dykman

10/7/02

Jack Dow
Arizona State University

Status of High-Temperature Superconductivity

Thorpe

10/14/02

Millicent A. Firestone
Argonne National Lab

Biologically Inspired Materials: Towards Nanomachines

Billinge

10/21/02

Tad Hogg
Exxon Research

Quantum Search Heuristics

Duxbury

10/28/02

Otto Sankey
Arizona State University

Theoretical Concepts and Challenges in Molecular Electronics

Thorpe

11/4/02

Christopher Wolverton
Ford Research Laboratory

The Role of Quantum Mechanics in "Virtual Aluminum Castings"

Duxbury

11/11/02

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11/18/02

Yoke Khin Yap
Michigan Tech University

Atomic Bond Control of Frontier Carbon Materials: Thin Films, Nanotubes, and Nanostructures

 Tomanek

11/25/02

 Duncan Steel
University of Michigan

Semiconductor Quantum Dots: Artificial Atoms for Quantum Computing
 

12/02/02

 Alan Goldman
Iowa State University

X-Ray Scattering as a Probe of Magnetic Structure
 

Organized by Philip Duxbury
Last update: 11-19-2002 by Lorie Neuman
For information or special accommodations please email Lorie Neuman at neuman@pa.msu.edu.