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Physics Colloquium

Colloquia take place on Thursdays in McLennan Physics MP102 at 4:10 p.m.. Please come beforehand for refreshments in the McLennan Physics lounge (MP110) starting at 3:45 p.m.. Our colloquium series reflects the diverse research interests and pursuits of the department. Please forward your suggestions for speakers to Colloquium Chair Pekka Sinervo (email: pekka.sinervo@utoronto.ca) or to Colloquium Secretary Joane Magnaye (email: jmagnaye at physics.utoronto.ca). To get up-to-date announcements about upcoming colloquia, please subscribe to the Colloquium mailing list (see link below) and the Physics Colloquium RSS feeds.

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    All physics colloquia held at the University of Toronto will now be available online. If you'd like just the PDF file, you can download the PDF file only (if available). To view the voice-synchronized version, just click on the *.ppt file for the talk, and click on open at the prompt. If you have difficulty opening the file in your browser, you can download both *.ppt file and *.mp3 file in your computer under the same directory.
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Start Date Speaker Location Title
Sep 19, 2019 04:10 PM Cheng Chin 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Bose fireworks
Sep 26, 2019 04:10 PM Thomas Scaffidi 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Electron hydrodynamics
Oct 03, 2019 04:10 PM Mishkatul Bhattacharya 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Flying lasers for sound
Oct 10, 2019 04:10 PM Sidhartha Goyal 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Statistical mechanics of stem cells
Oct 17, 2019 04:10 PM Andrea Cavalleri 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Emergent Properties in Light Matter Hybrids
Oct 24, 2019 04:10 PM Ivan Schuller 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Neuromorphic Computing
Oct 31, 2019 04:10 PM Nigel Smith 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event The SNOLAB Science Programme: cutting-edge science from a deep hole in the ground
Nov 07, 2019 04:10 PM Terry Hwa 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Bacterial growth laws and the origin of dimensional reduction
Nov 14, 2019 04:10 PM Tracy Slatyer 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Deciphering the Universe's Dark History
Nov 21, 2019 04:10 PM Tulika Bose 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Searches for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider - with precision and innovation
Nov 28, 2019 04:10 PM Jonathan Oppenheim 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event A post-quantum theory of classical gravity?
Dec 05, 2019 04:10 PM Stephanie Waterman 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Filling in the Map: Arctic Ocean mixing space-time geography & its impacts
Jan 09, 2020 04:00 PM Melinda Webster 60 St. George Street Room 102 Event Will snow help or hurt sea ice in a warming climate?
Jan 16, 2020 04:10 PM Meigan Aronson 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Alternatives to Ordered Phases at Zero Temperature
Jan 23, 2020 04:10 PM Rouven Essig 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Direct Detection of sub-GeV Dark Matter: A New Frontier
Jan 30, 2020 04:10 PM Mark Zoback 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Utilizing Physics-Based Models to Manage the Risk of Injection-Induced Seismicity Associated with Unconventional Oil and Gas Production
Feb 06, 2020 04:10 PM Cornelia Hoehr 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event How nuclear physics can treat cancer - radiotherapy at TRIUMF
Feb 13, 2020 04:10 PM Kendrick Smith 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event CHIME: The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment
Feb 20, 2020 04:10 PM Michael Raymer 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Is a Quantum 2.0 Science and Technology Revolution Coming?
Feb 27, 2020 04:10 PM Stephen Montzka 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event The surprising case of CFC-11: Have we fallen off the path to ozone layer recovery?
Mar 05, 2020 04:10 PM Alan Migdall 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Measurements: For all time, for all people (The dawning of a new age)
Mar 12, 2020 04:10 PM Anton Zilman 60 St. George Street, Room 102 Event Simple physics of complex “biomachines”: the curious case of the Nuclear Pore Complex

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