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Department News and Colloquium

Physics Seminars

The Physics Seminar usually takes place in HSCI-103 (map), 12-1pm unless specified otherwise. Please bring your own lunch and drinks to the seminar!



For information and suggestions about the Physics Seminars please contact the coordinator:
Name: Dr. Robert (Bob) Woodhouse, or Prof. Prashanth Jaikumar
Phone: (562) 985-5592
Email: Robert Woodhouse, or prashanth.jaikumar@csulb.edu


For the colloquium please visit the colloquium page.

Physics Seminars

are "brown bag seminars" where we discuss in an informal setting new developments in the research groups at the department, in the physics community, or concepts to which a usual lecture cannot devote enough time.

Theses defenses

Each Master's student should present in about 30min his/her thesis. Announcements are made on this page.

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Seminar Schedule

Academic Year 2011-2012

Spring 2012

Date Title Speaker and Affiliation
February 7, 2012, 12pm, HSCI-103 Spectroscopy and Structure in Two Flavor QCD Joseph Day, University of Graz, Austria

Fall 2011

Date Title Speaker and Affiliation
December 7, 2011, 4pm, FO3-200A Modified Gravity with Scale Invariance and Implications N. Nersessian, CSULB (Thesis)
October 6, 2011, 12pm, HSCI-103 Magnetism of Granular Systems M. Salazar, Pitt College, NC, and Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia
September 30, 12pm, HSCI-103 Metallo-Organic Thin Films: Photocurrents and Magnetism J. Guerra, T. Gredig, CSULB

Summer 2011

Date Title Speaker and Affiliation
August 29, 11am, PH2-110 Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopy with Optical Antennas T. Taubner, RWTH Aachen, Germany
August 16, 10:30am, PH2-110 Life Beyond Diffraction: Nano Imaging Spectroscopy with Optical Antennas J. Schuck, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
August 1, 2pm, PH2-110 Visible and Infrared Optical Studies of Nanoparticles
Using Aperturless Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy
Z. Nuño, CSULB (Thesis)
June 24, 2pm, PH2-110 Near-Field Investigation of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance iin Gold Nanospheres and Plasmonic Nanoantennas B. Heidberg, CSULB (Thesis)
June 24, 11am, PH2-110 Generalizations in the Theory of the Non-Equilibrium Grain Size Distribution during the crystallization of a solid K.S. Lokovic, CSULB (Thesis)
June 22, 2pm, PH1-223 Trap State Dependence on Morphology of Zinc Phthalocyanine Thin Films E. Karadayi, CSULB (Thesis)

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