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Department News and Colloquium

Physics Seminar Archive

Academic Year 2011-2012

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation

Academic Year 2010-2011

Summer 2011

Date Date 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)

Spring 2011

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
April 18, 2pm, FO3-200 Unusual Properties of the Superconducting Ferromagnet UCoGe D. Krstovska, Fullbright Scholar, National High Magnetic Field lab (NHFML), Tallahassee & Ss. Cyril and Methodius Univ. Skopje, Macedonia (Special lecture)
February 18, 11:30am, PH1-220 Modern Particle Physics: LHC Era and its Consequences S. Abachi & students (Brown Bag Seminar)
February 11, 12pm, PH1-219 Faddeev Approach to Heavy Baryons Joseph Day (Brown Bag Seminar), University of Graz, Austria.

Fall 2010

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
December 15, 3pm, PH1-219 Exploration of Superconducting Spin Valve Effect in Various Permalloy/Niobium Structures Michael Hetman (Thesis)
November 19, 12pm, PH1-219 Magnetic Properties of Permalloy-Niobium Hybrid Systems J. Gu & Jill Pestana (Brown Bag Seminar)
November 3, 4pm, PH1-223 Broadband Infrared Near-Field Nanoscopy F. Keilmann, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Germany
October 15, 12pm, PH1-219 Astrophysics of Neutron Stars and Gravitational Waves P. Jaikumar, S. Sandalski, and S. Koshi (Brown Bag Seminar)
October 8, 2pm, PH2-110 Creating a Lesson that Addresses Gender Differences in Learning Physics James Lincoln (Thesis)

Academic Year 2009-2010

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
Summer 2010
August 26, 11am, PH2-110 Electronic Properties of Graphene Multilayers and Graphite Thin Films Julius de Rojas (Thesis)
July 6, 11am, PH2-110 Fluorescence Lifetime of Uranyl Glass Measured with Ligh-Emmitting Diodes Roberta Johnson (Thesis)
June 29, 11am, PH2-110 Numerical Modeling of the Singlet Proximity Effect in a Superconductor-Ferromagnet Trilayer Adam Richie-Halford (Thesis)
June 28,2pm, PH2-110 Understanding Gold Nano-Islands Formation Using Transport Measurements Toyanath Joshi (Thesis)
Spring 2010
May 21,11am, PH2-110 Mophological Characteristics of Iron Phthalocyanine Thin Films and Magnetic Properties of Quasi One-Dimensional Iron Chains Evan Silverstein (Thesis)
May 7,2pm, PH2-110 Temperature Measurements With Uranyl Glass Erika Levenson (Thesis)
March 29, 9am, PH2-110 Faddeev Approach to Semi-Relativistic Quark Confinement Joseph E. McEwen (Thesis)
March 24, 11am, PH2-110 Description of Two-Alpha Systems with Fish-Bone Potential Mohamed Elhafany (Thesis)
February 12, 11am, PH2-110 Atomic Three-Body Resonances Alfonso Vergara (Thesis)
February 5, 11am, PH2-110 Simulating Astrophysical Jets Jan Staff, Louisana State University, Baton Rouge
Winter 2010
January 29, 2pm, PH2-223 Evolution of the Grain Size Distribution During Solid Phase Crystallization of Silicon Anthony V. Teran (Thesis)
January 22, 2pm, PH2-223 Semirelativistic Few Body Problems with Matrix Continued Fraction Methods Joseph Day (Thesis)
January 12, 11am, PH1-219 Imaging Mutated Superoxide Dismutate Proteins Using an Atomic Force Microscope in a Fluid Cell Environment Michelle Miller (Thesis)
January 11, 2pm, PH1-223 Uranyl Glass for Thermometry Rosie Than Nawpar (Thesis)
December 11, 2pm, PH1-218 Low-Cost Frequency-Domain Methods of Ruby Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements Fariba Allyasin (Thesis)

Academic Year 2008-2009

Summer 2009

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
July 10 A Parametrization of the Weak Interaction Mixing Matrix for Quarks Miguel A. Cabrales, Thesis defense
July 2 Wolfenstein Type Scheme for Neutrino Flavor Mixings David Grant, Thesis defense
July 2 Amplification of Magnetic Transverse Susceptibility in Magnetic Nano-Particles Using an Inductive Coil System Marjan Khoee, Thesis defense
July 1 Electron Waves in a Magnetic Field Arnulfo Gonzales, Thesis defense
June 24 Temperature Dependence of Transverse Magnetic Susceptibilities of Nanoparticles Nicolaus D. Thai, Thesis defense

Spring 2009

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
March 24 The Characterization and Optimization of Superconducting Magnesium Diboride Thin Films Brendon Villegas, Thesis defense
March 23 Resonance of the e-Ps System by Solving Faddeev-Merkuriev Integral Equations Angela Marotta, Thesis defense
March 20 Quantitative Grain Size Distribution of Iron Phthalocyanine Paul Gentry, Thesis defense

Fall 2008

Date Title Speaker and Affiliation
December 3 Investigation of Current Percolation Characteristics in YBa(2)Cu(3)O(7) Gukseon You, Thesis defense
October 16 Stripe Sensor Tomography and Application to Microcoil Magnetic Resonance Imaging Fatima Ibrahim, Thesis defense
Summer 2008
July 19 Coulomb Propagator from Coulomb Green's Operator Charles D. Roberts, Thesis defense
July 1 Classical Scattering of Charges in the
Presence of a Magnetic Monopole
Yigal Weinstein, Thesis defense

Academic Year 2007-2008

Spring 2008

Date Title Speaker and Affiliation
May 9 An introduction to water waves IV C.Bracher
May 5 An introduction to water waves III C.Bracher
April 25 An introduction to water waves II C.Bracher
April 18 Thesis defense: An Introduction to self-mixing interference with an application to vibrometry M. O'Donnell
April 11 An introduction to water wavesI C.Bracher
March 26 The relative surface roughness of Iapetus J. Lee
March 21 Green functions in multilayered media J. Rodgers
March 7 One more modest talk about Bessel functions C.Bracher
February 29 Another modest talk about Bessel functions C.Bracher
February 22 A modest talk about Bessel functions C. Bracher
February 15 Helicoseir perturbation theory B. Carter
February 8 Multiplicative finite difference method M. Riza, Eastern Mediterranean Univ., Cyprus

Fall 2007

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
December 7 Relativistic Strongs in Particle Production III S. Abachi
November 30 Relativistic Strongs in Particle Production II S. Abachi
November 23 Thanksgiving  
November 16 Relativistic Strings in Particle Production I S. Abachi
November 9 Magnetoresistance - from ordinary to giant T. Gredig
November 2 On the Shape of a Rotating Rope III B. Carter
October 19 On the Shape of a Rotating Rope II C.Bracher
October 12 On the Shape of a Rotating Rope I C.Bracher
October 5 Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics II Z.Hlousek
September 21 Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics I Z. Hlousek
September 14
10am-12:30pm
CNSM Research Symposium 2007 Students and faculty involved in research at CNSM.

Academic Year 2006-2007

Spring 2007

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
May 4 Integral equation field solvers for multilayered structures J. Rodgers
April 27 Gibbs' paradox and the indistinguishability of particles II A. Bill
April 20 Continued fraction representation of some quantum mechanical Green's operators F. Demir
April 13 Gibbs' paradox and the indistinguishability of particles I A. Bill
March 16 Continued fraction representation of Green's operators II F. Demir
March 9 Continued fraction representation of Green's operators I F. Demir
February 23 Planetary theories of Ptolemy and Kepler II B. Carter
February 16 Visit of the Griffith Park Observatory Society of Physics Students, CSULB
February 2 Planetary theories of Ptolemy and Kepler I B. Carter

Fall 2006

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
December 8 One-dimensional Coulomb Problem II Z. Hlousek
November 30 One-dimensional Coulomb Problem I Z. Hlousek
November 17 Green's Operators in Quantum Mechanics Z. Papp
November 4 Excited states of positronic atoms: a new way for matter and antimatter to co-exist M. Bromley, San Diego State University
October 20 Tunneling time in quantum mechanics II C. Bracher
October 6 From Many-body to field theory II Z. Hlousek
September 29 From Many-body to field theory I Z. Hlousek
September 22 Tunneling time in quantum mechanics I C. Bracher
September 15 Optical potentials in quantum mechanics S.L. Yakovlev
September 8 On the Physics of anyons Z. Hlousek

Spring 2006

Date Date Speaker and Affiliation
May 19 Quantum Scattering Theory II Z. Papp
April 21 Nano-Magnetism in Nano-MRI M. Barbic
April 7 The four-body problems in quantum mechanics S.L. Yakovlev
March 24 Why the Laser Phase is Important and How Can we See it from Computations V.A. Roudnev, Kansas State University
March 3 Twenty Questions Related to Extended Objects H. Nishino
February 24 Optimization methods for spin-glass ground states K.F. Pal, Inst. of Nuclear Research, Hungary
February 17 Identical Particles in Quantum Mechanics

Z. Papp

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