290K Seminars Fall 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017 - 2:30pm

The Physics Department hosts 290K Condensed Matter Seminars presented by accomplished physicists from all over the world. Please join us in LeConte Room 3 on the Mondays listed below for an inside look at physics. All lectures start at 2:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public.


SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

Jonathan Denlinger, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Temperature Evolution of the Kondo Lattice CeCoin5


SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

Julia Mundy, UC Berkeley
Design and Construction of Oxide Heterostructures with Emergent Properties


SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

Erez Berg, University of Chicago
Bad Metals and Bad Insulators: A View From the Large-N limit


OCTOBER 2, 2017

Jie Wu, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Electronic Nematicity in a Cuprate Superconductor and Beyond


OCTOBER 9, 2017

Takahiro Morimoto, UCB
Topological aspects of nonlinear optical effects


OCTOBER 16, 2017

Rob Moore, SLAC
Understanding the Superconducting Enhancement of FeSe Thin Films


OCTOBER 23, 2017

Peter Hirschfeld, University of Florida
Orbital selective pairing in Fe-based superconductors



Long Ju, Cornell University
Tunable Pseudospin Physics and Excitons in Bilayer Graphene


NOVEMBER 6, 2017

Christian Kisielowski, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Modulating electron beams in space and time to probe for genuine structures and function at the atomic scale

NOVEMBER 13, 2017

Aaron M Lindenberg, Stanford University
Switching of 2D topological materials via single terahertz light pulses


NOVEMBER 20, 2017

Holiday - no lecture


NOVEMBER 27, 2017

Eric Heller
Spectroscopy for the Masses - of 2D Carbon Atoms


Room #3 LeConte Hall