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The Physics Program at Colorado Mesa University holds weekly seminars during the academic year. Each seminar consists of a physics-related presentation by a CMU faculty member, student or a visitor. These are free and open to all. Coffee and cookies will be provided.

Spring 2022 

Thursdays, 12:30-1:20

Wubben Science 115

 

  • February 3: "Quantum Strategies Improve Measurement", Dr. David Collins, Prof. of Physics
  • February 10: Dr. Brian Hosterman, Associate Professor of Physics
  • February 17: "Future of Semiconductors", Dr. Youngmin Kim, Assistant Professor of Physics
  • February 24: "Modulating of protein-nanoparticle" interactions with molecular functionalization", Dr. Jarrod Schiffbauer, John Cogburn, Logan Myers, and Miles Willis, CMU.
  • March 3: "Cover Letter Writing", Olivia Pulford, CMU Career Services
  • March 10: "Observational Cosmology", Scott Perrin, mFactor Engineering
  • March 17: "Using GIS to map astronomical bodies", Andrew Schmidt, CMU
  • March 24: Spring Break (No Seminar)
  • March 31: "Representations and Models of Substitutional Atomic Systems: Applications to Clean Energy" James Goff, Sandia National Laboratories
  • April 7: "Applying Projective Geometry to Cosmological Inflation" Calvin Bavor, CMU
  • April 14: "The Relativistic BrachistochroneCaleb Woodward, CMU
  • April 21: " An Introduction to the Optical Characterization of Hexagonal Boron Nitride" Dakota Harmon, CMU
  • April 28: Clark Willis, CMU
  • May 5: Taylor Guerra, CMU

All CMU students, staff, faculty and the public are welcome to attend Physics seminar.
Coffee, soft drinks and cookies are served!