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ISU Physics Department Colloquium ScheduleColloquium 

Fall 2018    Schedule

Aug. 20 Dr. Dan Dale, Idaho State University, Post Nuclear Detonation Forensics Research at the Idaho Accelerator Center  
Aug. 27 Dr. Dan Dale, Idaho State University, Studies of Prompt Diagnostic Signatures of Nuclear Detonations: An Update on the Teller Light Project  
Sept. 3 Labor Day, No Colloquium  
Sept. 10 Dr. Richard Ingebretsen, University of Utah, Blood Pressure  
Sept. 17 Dr. Daniel Ginosar, Idaho National Laboratory, High Temperature Catalyst Development and Testing for Low Cost and Efficient Solar Driven Sulfur-Based Hydrogen Production  
Sept. 24 Dr. Evan Lafalce, University of Utah, Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Metal-Halide Perovskites for Future Optoelectronic and Photonic Devices  
Oct. 1 Dr. Feng LiuUniversity of UtahFermionic Analogue of Black Hole Radiation with a High Hawking Temperature  
Oct. 8 Dr. David Reisman, Idaho Accelerator Center, Cinco: A Pulsed-Power Driver to Generate High Energy-Density States  
Oct. 15  Dr. Titus Yuan, Utah State UniversityProbing the Boundary Layer of Neutral Atmosphere Using a Unique Na Lidar System  
Oct. 22 Dr. Saveez Saffarian, University of Utah, Run HIV Run, The Protease Is Coming!  
Oct. 29 Dr. Tony ForestIdaho State UniversityDeep Inelastic Electron Scattering at Jefferson National Laboratory  
Nov. 5 Dr. David Kieda, University of Utah, Ultra-High Resolution Astronomical Imaging Using Quantum Properties of Light  
Nov. 12
Dr. Anushka AbeysekaraUniversity of Utah, New Results from HAWC and VERITAS  
Nov. 19 Thanksgiving Break, No Colloquium  
Nov. 26 Dr. Eric Hintz, Brigham Young UniversityStudying Pulsating Variable Stars with Telescopes from 5-Inches to 8-Meters  
Dec. 3 Dr. Alba Perez, Idaho State UniversityFrom Beware of the Tiger to Come Here Kitty: The Evolution of Robotics  

Spring 2019    Schedule

Jan. 7
Dr. JR Dennison, Utah State University, Be the Electron

Jan. 14
James Norris, Idaho State University, An Overview of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE)

Jan 21
Martin Luther King Day, No Colloquium

Jan. 28
Dr. Gail ZasowskiUniversity of UtahNew Tools for Galactic Archaeology from the Milky Way

Feb. 4
Dr. Kyle DawsonUniversity of Utah, Cosmology from Spectroscopic Surveys

Feb. 11
Dr. Adam JohnstonWeber State UniversityA Physicist Walks into a Barre: A Case Study in Integrating Science and the Arts

Feb. 18
President's Day, No Colloquium
Feb. 25 Dr. Don Wood, Idaho National Laboratory, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Science at the Idaho National Laboratory

Mar. 4
Dr. Daniel SchroederWeber State UniversityComputational Quantum Mechanics

Mar. 11
Dr. Paul Stonaha, Idaho State University, Material Science with High Energy Radiation

Mar. 18
Spring Break, No Colloquium

Mar. 25
Dr. Daniel WikUniversity of UtahA Biased Survey of the X-Ray Universe

Apr. 1
Scott Talbot, University of Utah, The Search and Examination of Strong Gravitational Lenses within SDSS

Apr. 8
Dr. Tareq AbuZayyad, University of Utah, The Cosmic-Ray Energy Spectrum Observed with the Telescope Array Low-Energy extension (TALE) Detector
Apr. 15 Dr. Lawrence Sulak, Boston University, Discovering the Electro-Weak Force, Seeing a Supernova Explode, Peering Inside the Sun, and Watching Neutrinos Oscillate…
Apr. 22 Dr. Benjamin FrandsenBrigham Young University, Geometrically Frustrated Magnetism: Not So Frustrating, After All

Unless specifically mentioned, all talks will be at 4:00 pm on Mondays in PS 108.

contact: shrostev@isu.edu
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