Fall 2015 Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are presented at 4:10 pm on Thursdays
in 1415 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg.

Refreshments are served at 3:30 pm in 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg.

 

Date
(2015)
Speaker
Speaker's
Institution
Title
Speaker
Schedule
Local
Host

September 10

Mark Voit

First week of Classes

MSU

Precipition - Regulated Galaxy Evolution

Brian O'Shea

September 17

Karl Van Bibber

Berkeley

The Curse of the Bambino

Michael Thoennessen

September

24

Pawel Danielewicz MSU Asymetric Nuclear Matter View Schedule Bill Lynch

September 29

DISTINGUISHED LECTURER

special date/Tuesday

(1400BPS)

Andrea Ghez

UCLA

Our Galactic Center: A Laboratory for Exploring the Physics & Astrophysics of Black Holes

 

Megan Donahue

October 01

Phillipp Heck

Chicago Field Museum

Presolar Stardust - The Oldest Solid Samples in the Lab

Hendrik Schatz & Geology

October 08

Symposium for Konrad Gelbke

Wharton Center

Pasant Theatre

2:00 - 5:30pm

MSU

50 Years of Beam and Konrad Gelbke's Remarkable Career

Michael Thoennessen

October 15

Mark Raizen

Univ. of Texas

Maxwell's Demon: Cooling of Atoms and Efficient Isotope Separation

Chong Yu Ruan

October 22

Jeffrey McMahon

UofM

Surveying the Cosmic Microwave Background with ACTPol and the Advanced ACTPol Experiments

Wade Fisher

October 29

Evi Goldfield

NSF

The Lifecycle of an NSF Proposals: Hints for Preparing a Competitive Proposals

Duxbury/Katharine Hunt Chemistry

November 05

Paul Drake

UofM

Laboratory Astrophysics at High Energy Density

TBD

November 12

Michael Lisa

Ohio State

The Physics of Sports: A Real Science Course for the Non-Science Major

William Lynch

November 19

Bob Stein

(Location Abrams Planetarium)

MSU

Solar SuperStorms (planetarium show-first public viewing!)

Brian O'Shea

November 26

Thanksgiving: no colloquium

December 03

Jon Paley Fermilab In the Nus: Long-
Baseline Neutrino Oscillations and the Future of Particle Physics in the US
View Schedule Kendall Mahn

December 10

Krishna Rajagopal

MIT

Doping and Probing the Original Liquid: Opportunities and Challenges from Heavy Ion Collisions

Scott Pratt

Map to the BioMedical & Physical Sciences Building
Building accessibility information


For travel arrangements, reimbursement questions or to make an appointment with the speaker
please contact Shawna Prater (884-5601 or prater@pa.msu.edu).

If you would like to attend lunch or dinner with the speaker, please contact the local host via E-mail.


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