SEMINARS

This week we will have one contributed talk from Brent Cook, a student in Dr. Judy Wu’s group.

Speaker: Brent Cook

The title of Brent's talk is "Review of Zinc Oxide Nanowire Growth via Solution Method.”
I will aslo prepare some videos to share with you if times permits.

Next week, Feb 6.

We will have an invited talk from Dr. Alessandro Salandrino, who is an Assistant Professor in EECS at KU.


Please come to join us.


Time and Location
Our regular seminar time is Friday 4-5pm R6051.
For the complete schedule of AP seminar, please find it through the following link (I will update it soon) http://nanolab.res.ku.edu/nanodevice/Applied_Physics_Seminar.html

HEP Seminar

Sam Kunwar

3:00-4:00 PM, Wednesday February 4th
Malott 6051

"Experimental Measurements of Extensive Air Showers with the Telescope Array Radar (TARA)"

Physics and Astronomy Seminar

11:00 am Thursday, January 29th.
MAL 3005

Astrophysics / Space & Plasma
Astrophysics / Astrobiophysics Seminar

Dr. Adrian Melott
Physics & Astronomy, KU

Missing the trees for the forest: Observation of impulsive nitrate events in ice cores coincident with ground-level neutron enhancements in the 1940’s


12:15 - 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 03, 2015

All ASTR 791 seminars are in 2055 Malott; click here for full schedule

HEP Seminar

Tuesday
November 4
Malott 6051
4pm

"The Lunar Energetic Astro-Particle (LEAP) Experiment,"
Quincy Wofford, University of Kansas

Nuclear Physics Seminar

Thursday
November 6
Malott 6051
11:00-11:50 am

"Tsallis Entropy in Elementary and Heavy Ion Collisions"
Samuel Boren (University of Kansas)

High Energy Physics Seminar

Tuesday, Nov. 11
Malott 6051
4pm

Prof. Doug McKay, University of Kansas,
"Looking for Trouble: analyzing reactor and solar neutrino experiments for signs of non-standard neutrino interactions"


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