All colloquia (except when noted) will be held in Moulton Hall room 214.
Refreshments will be served 15 minutes prior to each colloquium in the adjoining hallway and/or room.
"An Introduction to Games, Fun, and Learning;"
Prof. Paul Gestwicki, Ball State University, Department of Computer Science
"Creating Quantum Matter at the Coldest Tmperatures in the Universe;"
Prof. Brian DeMarco, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Physics
"Our Weird Quantum World;"
Prof. Michael Weissman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Physics
"What is a Particle?;"
Prof. Michael Oglivie, Washington University, Department of Physics
"Astronomy with Neutrinos: the IceCube Experiment at the South Pole;"
Prof. Stefan Westerfhoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Physics
Physics Alumni Lecture Series
"Physics and engineering help move"
Mr. Anthony Piraino, Engineer, Caterpillar Inc., Earthmoving Division
"What Can We Learn about Brilliant X-rays?;"
Prof. Clement Burns, Western Michigan University, Department of Physics
"Some Photons, an Electron, and an Atom;"
Prof. Bruno deHank, Illinois Wesleyan University, Physics Department