REU Events Schedule 2018

Date and TimeLocationEvent Details
May 29, 6:00pmAlpha Gamma Delta housePizza Party Welcome
May 30, 10:00 amRauch Business Center 50Computer Orientation and begin NSF Responsible Conduct of Research Training (Please finish the RCR Training before 5pm on June 1)
May 30, 11:00 amRauch Business Center 50Lab Safety Orientation
June 1, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Volkmar Dierolf, New Pathways to Efficient Lighting 

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

June 8, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Jean Toulouse, When Crystals Seem to Behave Like Atomic Vapors

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

June 8, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)

Research Computing Seminar: Linux: Basic Commands & Environment

June 9, 2:00 pmSouth Mountain ParkDepartment Picnic
June 15, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Elizabeth Young, Sunlight to Electricity Using Organic Dyes

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

June 15, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)
Research Computing Seminar:  Basic Shell Scripting
June 22, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Sera Cremonini, Black Holes, Strings and Holography

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

June 22, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)
Research Computing Seminar: Advanced Shell Scripting
June 29, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Joshua Pepper, The Discovery of Extrasolar Planets

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

June 29, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)
Research Computing Seminar: Programming in R
July 4 University closed for Independence Day holiday
July 6, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Rosi Reed, How to make quark soup?

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

July 6, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)
Research Computing Seminar: Python Programming
July 13, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Ariel Sommer, Testing Many-Body Theories With Cold Atoms

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

July 13, 2:00 pmFairchild-Martindale Library
​520 (CITL Classroom)
Research Computing Seminar: MATLAB Programming
July 20, 12:45 pmLL 316

Research Seminar: Prof. Aurelia Honerkamp-Smith, Cell Membranes as a Biological Flow Sensor

(Lunch will be available at 12:00 before the talk.)

July 21, 9:30 amMeet at Alpha Gamma Delta parking lotBike & Boat trip on the Lehigh River
July 27, 9:00 amLL 316REU Research Symposium
TBDLinderman Library, Bayer Gallery, 3rd floorView Lehigh's collection of historical physics and astronomy books in the Library Special Collections
TBDTBDPanel Discussion: Physics GRE and Graduate School Application Process