Boston Area Physics Calendar

Week of March 9 - 13


March 9, 2020

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center of Theoretical Physics
Nuclear and Particle Theory seminar
Cosman seminar room 6c-442
"Nucleon Form Factors at High Momentum Transfer from Lattice QCD"
Sergey Syritsyn, Stony Brook

4:00 PM
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Laboratory for Nuclear Science
Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium
Kolker Room, 26-414
"A CMB Millikan Experiment with Axion Strings"
Anson Hook, University of Maryland

4:30 PM
Harvard University Physics Department Colloquium
Jefferson 250, 17 Oxford Street, Cambridge
"AI for physics & physics for AI"
Max Tegmark, MIT
Tea at 3:45 in Jefferson 450

March 10, 2020

12:00 PM
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Laboratory for Nuclear Science
LNS Lunchtime Seminar
Kolker Room, 26-414
"Barium Ion Transport and Imaging for Background Free Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Searches"
Katherine Woodruff, University of Texas Arlington

2:30 pm
Tufts University - Joint Tufts/MIT Cosmology Seminar
574 Boston Ave, Room 316
"The VECRO hypothesis"
Samir Mathur, Ohio State
Refreshments at 2:00 outside room 304

3:00 p.m.
Harvard University Mathematical Picture Language Seminar
Jefferson 356
"Variational quantum algorithms: obstacles and opportunities"
Sergey Bravyi, IBM and Perimeter Institute

Brandeis University Physics Department Colloquium
Abelson 131
"Atmospheric Dynamics of Jupiters"
James Cho, Flatiron Institute
Refreshments served at 3:30pm

March 12, 2020

UMass Boston Physics Colloquium
"Ultracold Physics and its application, from chemistry, to quantum information, to astrophysics"
Robin Cote , UMass Boston
Brandeis University Dark Universe Seminar
Abelson 333
Erin Kara, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

4:00 p.m.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The David and Edith Harris Physics Colloquium Series
Building 10, Room 250
"Generating High-Intensity, Ultrashort Optical Pulses"
Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo
Refreshments @ 3:30 PM in 4-349


March 13, 2020

4:00 pm
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Applied Physics Colloquium
29 Oxford Street, Pierce 209
"Low-voltage scanning electron microscopy - beyond sample topography"
Iwona Jóźwik Łukasiewicz Research Network
Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Refreshments before the talk in Pierce 209