Join us for Elisabeth Lloyd's discusson on Understanding Models Through Model Robustness in Climate Science.
Join Reed Bowles as he discusses Data Quality and Reconstruction in the NOvA Experiment.
A collaborative effort will involve a new multi-university seminar series focused on advances in neuroscience. The Big Ten Neuroscience Seminar Series will highlight trainees and junior faculty from groups traditionally underrepresented in neuroscience at Big Ten Universities.
Join us as Cornell University's Jie Shan discusses Electrons in 2D Moiré Superlattices.
Join us as Director Emerita for Sandia National Laboratory, Julia M. Phillips discusses Uranium Fuel for Civilian Applications in this weeks virtual colloquium series.
Join us as MIT's Ed Bertschinger discusses The Past and Present of Diversity in Physics.
Join us for Sam McKay's candidacy seminar on The Path Towards Entangled Neutron Scattering.
IU Physics' Abhishek Kumar discusses Floquet Gauge Pump.
Colloquium: Francisco Guinea on Twisted Layers, Narrow Bands, and New Phases in Two Dimensional Materials-
The IU Physics Department wlecomes Francisco Guinea as he discusses Twisted Layers, Narrow Bands, and New Phases in Two Dimensional Materials.
The Indiana University Department of Physics welcomes you to a Prospective Graduate Student Open House.
Colloquium: Stephanie Palmer on How Behavioral and Evolutionary Constraints Sculpt Early Visual Processing-
Join us as the University of Chicago's Stephanie Palmer discusses How Behavioral and Evolutionary Constraints Sculpt Early Visual Processing
Graduate Student Daniel Gallimore discusses Applications of Quantum Computing to Hadron Physics.
Graduate Student Charlie Edelson discusses Visual Information Processing in Natural Dynamic Scenery.
Join us as the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Nigel Goldenfeld describes the Life and Death of Turbulence.
Join us as Northeastern University's Alessandro Vespignani reviews and discusses recent results and challenges in computational epidemiology, and focuses on ongoing work aimed at responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Colloquium: Sid Nagel on Directed Aging; Using Memory and Nature's Greed as a New Principal for Material Design-
Join us as the University of Chicago's Sid Nagel discusses Directed Aging: Using Memory and Nature's Greed as a New Principle for Materials Design.
Colloquium: Dan Hussey on Neutron Interferometric Microscopy of Small Forces and Hierarchical Structures-
Join Dan Hussey for his talk on Neutron Interferometric Microscopy of Small Forces and Hierarchical Structures
Join us as Northwestern's Sara Solla discusses Low Dimensional Manifolds for Neural Dynamics
Join us as Vedika Khemani discusses the Non-Equilibrium Quantum Frontier.
Join us as Indiana University's Katy Börner discusses Data Visualization Literacy
Join Duke University's Natlia Litchinitser on her talk about shaping the topology of light on the microscale.
Houghton College's Mark Yuly discusses a new method to measure low energy nuclear cross sections.
Join us as Assa Auerbach discusses the Hall Effect: How It Tells Us What Moves in a Metal.
Join us as IU's Jinfeng Liao discusses the story of spin in an extreme fluid.
Join Wayne State University's Gil Paz in his talk about the Proton Radius Puzzle.