Colloquium Schedule

Colloquium: Thursday, December 5th, 4:25 PM, Lewis Lab 316

Applying Sum Rules to Interpret Experimental Data from Nonlinear Molecules

Javier Perez-Moreno

Skidmore College
 
In this talk, Javier will discuss the challenges and benefits of applying the generalized Thomas Kuhn sum rules to understand and interpret experimental results and how they simplify the study of nonlinear optics at the molecular level.

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Physics and Astronomy Colloquia are usually scheduled for Thursdays at 4:25 PM in Lewis Lab room 316. Refreshments and snacks are available in the nearby coffee room at 4:00 PM.

 

Physics Colloquium Schedule for Fall 2019

Click on Title below for past or upcoming Announcements (where available), and Speaker name for website.        

DateSpeakerAffiliationTitle
August 29---
September 5V. DobrosavljevicFlorida StateLandau Theory for Disorder-Driven Metal-Insulator
September 12Ivan BiaggioLehigh University The Life and Times of Excitons in an Organic "Semiconductor": Fission, Fusion, Entanglement, Transport, and Dissociation
September 19Cyrus DreyerStony BrookThe Modern Theory of Polarization with a Twist
September 26Martin ZwierleinMITThe Sound of Fermions
October 3A.L. ExarhosLafayetteCreating, Controlling, and Characterizing Quantum Emission from Hexagonal Boron Nitride
October 10Edmund WebbLehigh UniversityMultiscale Modeling of the Human Blood Protein Von Willebrand Factor
October 17Eugene MeleU. PennAnomalous Velocity and Geometry in Wave Mechanics
October 24Berndt MuellerBrookhaven NLThe Unbearable Burden of Being Light: Emergence of Ordinary Matter from Quarks and Gluons
October 31Chueng JiNCS University Proton Puzzle
Novemebr 7Gabriel KotliarRutgers UniversityTowards a Predictive Theory of Strongly Correlated Electron Materials
November 14Karen KaszaColumbia UniversityUnderstanding and controlling the mechanical behavior of living tissues inside developing embryos
November 21K. L. KnappenbergerPenn State UniversityStructural Influences on the Optical Properties Atomically Thin Metals
November 28Thanksgiving Break--
December 5Javier Perez-MorenoSkidmore CollegeApplying Sum Rules to Interpret Experimental Data from Nonlinear Molecules 
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