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Seminars & Informal Talks - Fall 2007

ENP-TQHN Spring Semester Seminars (PHYS 748-749) and informal talks are in the Physics Bldg.
at 3:00 in Room 2113 unless noted otherwise. (Campus Map; Parking )

Organizers: ENP--Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Beise, 301-405-6109
                  TQHN-- Dr. Andre Walker-Loud, 301-405-6119

Aug. 29 (Wed.)
No seminar scheduled.

Sep. 5 (Wed.)
No seminar scheduled.

Sep. 12 (Wed.)
No seminar scheduled.

Sept. 19 (Wed.) - 4:00 PM - Rm. 1201 - Maryland Center for Fundamental Physics Colloquium
Dam Thanh Son - Inst. for Nuclear Theory, Univ. of Washington
Viscosity, Black Holes, and Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions Abstract

Sept. 26 (Wed.)
Thomas D. Cohen - University of Maryland
Is There a Fundamental Bound on the Ratio of Viscosity to Entropy Density? Abstract

Oct. 3 (Wed.) - 4:00 PM - Rm. 2113
Brian Tiburzi - University of Maryland
Polarizabilities in Lattice QCD Abstract

Oct. 10 (Wed.)
Deepshikha Choudhury - George Washington University
Chiral Effective Theory Calculations of Compton Scattering on He-3 Abstract

Oct. 17 (Wed.)
Ani Aprahamian - University of Notre Dame
Following the Light in the Universe: Nuclear Structure Aspects in Nuclear Astrophysics Abstract

Oct. 17 (Wed.) - 4:00 PM - Rm. 1201
Maryland Center for Fundamental Physics Colloquium

Oct. 24 (Wed.)
Thomas Mehen - Duke University
New Applications of Non-Relativistic EFT's: X(3872) and Trapped Cold Atoms Abstract

Oct. 31 (Wed.)
H. Pieter Mumm - Univ. of Maryland / National Inst. of Standards & Technology (NIST)
How Can Low Energy Neutrons Illuminate Weak Nucleon-Nucleon Couplings? Abstract

Nov. 7 (Wed.)
Andrea Pocar - Stanford University
Borexino: First Real-Time Detection of Sub-MeV Solar Neutrinos Abstract

Nov. 14 (Wed.) - 4:00 PM, Room 1201 - Joint Seminar with AMO
Peter Mueller - Argonne National Lab
Simple Atoms, Exotic Nuclei: Laser Spectroscopy of He6 and He8 Abstract

Nov. 21 (Wed.) - 1:00 PM - Rm. 2113 (Note Different Time)
Jiunn-Wei Chen - Massachusetts Inst. of Technology
Phase Transitions and the Perfectness of Fluids Abstract

Nov. 22 & 23 (Thurs. & Wed.) Thanksgiving Break - University of Maryland Closed

Nov. 28 (Wed.)
Michael G. Endres - Columbia University, City of New York
Solution to the 'Boson Sign Problem' at Finite Density Abstract

Dec. 5 (Wed.)
Andrei Kryjevski - Washington University in St. Louis
Properties of Unitary Fermi Gas from the Epsilon Expansion Abstract

Dec. 11 (Tue.) Last Day of Classes

Dec. 12 (Wed.) - 4:00 PM - Rm. 1201
Maryland Center for Fundamental Physics Colloquium

Dec. 19 (Wed.) Main University of Maryland Commencement 7:00 PM - Comcast Center

Dec. 20 (Thur.) CMPS Recognition Ceremony - 10:00 AM - Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Concert Hall

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