University of Maryland

Seminars & Informal Talks - Fall 2010

Nuclear Physics Spring Semester Seminars (PHYS 748/749) are held at 2:30 PM in Room 2202 on second floor of the Physics Building next to the passenger elevator (Campus Navigation Map; Parking ) Any changes to that schedule are noted in the listing below.

Organizers: ENP--Tom Langford, 301-405-6105, Room 4220
                TQHN-- Evan Berkowitz, 301-405-6125, Room 2108A

Seminars marked with an asterisk (*) are coordinated with George Washington University Physics Department whose seminars are held on Tuesdays at 4:00, Room 101 Corcoran Hall . Click here to see their schedule.


Aug. 30 (Mon.) - Classes Start at University of Maryland

Sep. 1 (Wed.)     
No talk scheduled.

Sep. 8 (Wed.)     
Tom Langford - Univ of Maryland
An Update From the Deep: Science and Logistics at 4850' Underground

Sep. 15 (Wed.)     
No talk scheduled.

Sep. 22 (Wed.)     
Yusuke Nishida - CTP-Massachusetts Inst of Tech, Cambridge
Unitary Fermi Gas and Beyond

Sep. 29 (Wed.)
* Gerald Miller - Univ of Washington, Seattle
Transverse Charge Densities

Oct. 5 (TUE.) at 12:30, Physics Rm. 1305F      Note Different Day and Time!
Teppei Katori - Massachusetts Inst of Technology, Cambridge
MiniBooNE, a Neutrino Oscillation Experiment at FermiLab

Oct. 7 (THUR.) at 12:30, Physics Rm. 2202      Note Different Day and Time!
Vikram Soni - National Physics Lab, New Delhi, India
Unraveling Magnetars

Oct. 13 (Wed.) at 4:00, Rm. 2202      Note Different Time!
Josh Erlich - College of William & Mary, Williamsburg VA
Meson Condensation in Holographic QCD

Oct. 20 (Wed.)     
Sanjay Reddy - Los Alamos National Lab, NM
The Condensed Matter Physics of the Neutron Star Crust: How to Discover an Extraterrestrial Superfluid

Oct. 27 (Wed.)     
Peter J. Mohr - Natl Inst of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg MD
The Proton Radius Puzzle: A Possible Problem for Fundamental Constants

Nov. 3 (Wed.)     
* Stefan Koelling - Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
Towards a consistent em.-current operator from chiral EFT

Nov. 10 (Wed.)     
Ahmad Idilbi's seminar postponed to Dec. 2

Nov. 17 (Wed.)     
Michael G. Huber - Tulane Univ, and Natl Inst of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg
Measuring the Neutron's Mean Square Charge Radius Using Neutron Interferometry

Nov. 24 (Wed.)     
No talk scheduled.

Nov. 25,26 (Thur.,Fri.) Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 1 (Wed.)     
H. Pieter Mumm - Natl Inst of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg
Measuring the Neutron Lifetime using Magnetically Trapped Ultracold Neutrons

Dec. 2 (Thur.)      Cancelled
Ahmad Idilbi - Ciudad University, Madrid
Regular and Singular Cases: What is Wrong with Soft-Collinear Effective Theory?

Dec. 8 (Wed.)     
Erich Poppitz - Univ of Toronto, Canada
Lattice Chirality: A mission (im)possible?

Dec. 10 (Fri.) Last Day of Classes at University of Maryland

Dec. 18 (Sat.) 7:00 PM Main University of Maryland Commencement - Comcast Center

Dec. 19 (Sun.) 1:00 PM CMNS College Ceremony - Clarice Smith Performance Arts Ctr, Dekelboum Concert Hall


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Last updated on 20 Oct 2010

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