Winter 2011 Schedule

BYU Condensed Matter Physics Seminar, Winter Semester 2011

Assumed to be in N209 ESC on Tuesdays at 2:00 PM unless otherwise specified.

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January 4th: First week of class -- no seminar.

 

January 11th

John Colton, BYU Physics & Astronomy

Lightly-doped GaAs: A decade of spin lifetimes and spin resonance  (Part II)

//physics.byu.edu/research/coltonlab/

 

January 18th:

Clark Goble, Amano Artisan Chocolate

The Science of Chocolate

//www.amanochocolate.com

 

January 25th

Brent L. Adams, BYU Department of Mechanical Engineering

 High-Resolution  EBSD Microscopy for Localization Studies: Opportunities and Challenges

//me.byu.edu/faculty/brentadams?sec=research

 

February 1st

Clayton C. Williams, University of Utah, Department of Physics

Atomic scale exploration of electronic states with single electrons

 //www.physics.utah.edu/people/faculty/cwilliams.html

 

February 8th

Stacey J. Smith, BYU Depts. of Physics & Astronomy and Chemistry & Biochemistry

Al2O3 nanoparticle characterization: Rietveld and PDF meet in the middle

 

February 15th

Aaron Hawkins, BYU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Hollow Optical Waveguides for Particle Detection and Atomic Spectroscopy

//hawkinsweb.groups.et.byu.net/

 

February 22nd: Virtual Monday due to President's Day holiday

 

March 1st

Anthony Pearson, BYU Physics & Astronomy

 Self-Assembling Electronics: A Route to Molecule Sized Circuits

 

March 8th: APS March Meeting Presentations

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March 15th: APS March Meeting Presentations

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March  22nd: March APS meeting -- no seminar

 

March  29th

Harold T. Stokes, BYU Physics & Astronomy

ISODISTORT: a web application for exploring distortions in crystals

//stokes.byu.edu/

 

April 5th

 David Allred, BYU Physics & Astronomy

 //physics.byu.edu/faculty/allred/web/

 

April 12th

Stefano Curtarolo, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

//materials.pratt.duke.edu/

 

 

Send email to Branton Campbell if you have questions or comments about the schedule.