Upcoming Events

Yukun Jin (University of Notre Dame)

Tuesday, December 6, 2022, -

253 Nieuwland Science Hall

     Oral Candidacy Exam "Development of a Novel Method to Screen Aqueous Samples for PFAS"

Astrophysics Seminar: Prof. Eli Visbal, University of Toledo

Tuesday, December 6, 2022, -

184 Nieuwland Science Hall

Revealing the First Billion Years of the Universe in the James Webb Era Prof. Eli Visbal Department of Physics & Astronomy University of Toledo Several key questions regarding the first billion years of the universe are currently unanswered: What were the properties of the first stars and galaxies? How did the...

Particle Physics Seminar: Dr. Fernando Cornet, Case Western Reserve University

Tuesday, December 6, 2022, -

415 Nieuwland Science

Favor Conserving 2HDM: Electron and Muon g-2 and W boson mass Dr. Fernando Cornet Case Western Reserve University Recent determinations of the electron and muon anomalous magnetic moments point towards a potential discrepancy with respect to the SM prediction. Here we present a flavor conserving Two Higgs Doublet Model that,...

Christopher Cain (University of Notre Dame)

Wednesday, December 7, 2022, -

B01 McCourtney Hall

     Dissertation Defense "Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Compounds Harboring Unusual Hydroxamate or Proline Amino Acid Residues" Dr. Juan Del Valle's graduate student.

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium: Prof. Alfredo Estrade, Central Michigan University

Wednesday, December 7, 2022, -

118 Nieuwland Science Hall

Experiments with unstable isotopes beams and nucleosynthesis of the heavy elements Prof. Alfredo Estrade Central Michigan University The origin of heaviest chemical elements is a fundamental open question in nuclear astrophysics. Half of the elements heavier than iron are thought to be synthesized by nucleosynthesis processes during explosive astrophysical events,...

Condensed Matter Seminar: Prof. Hsing-Ta Chen, University of Notre Dame

Thursday, December 8, 2022, -

118 Nieuwland Science Hall

Diagrammatic Quantum Monte Carlo: Spin-Boson Dynamics and Quantum Phase Transition Prof. Hsing-Ta Chen Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Notre Dame The exact description of real-time dynamics in many-body quantum systems continues to provide major challenges, especially for strongly correlated electronic systems and open quantum systems. The diagrammatic Quantum...

Colloquium: Daniel Stern - University of Chicago

Colloquium: Daniel Stern - University of Chicago

Thursday, December 8, 2022, -

129 Hayes-Healy Center (and Zoom)

Title: From superconductors to minimal submanifolds Zoom Link: notredame.zoom.us/j/96512061692?pwd=THRpTWJmSTRvVUFsbWdiczkvWWxDZz09 Poster Originally published at math.nd.edu…

COSE-JAM (Colleges of Science and Engineering Joint Annual Meeting)

COSE-JAM (Colleges of Science and Engineering Joint Annual Meeting)

Friday, December 9, 2022, -

Jordan Hall of Science

The annual Colleges of Science and Engineering Joint Annual Meeting (COSE-JAM) for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows will be held Friday, December 9, 2022 in Jordan Hall of Science. COSE-JAM aims to highlight the achievements of postgraduate trainees, foster interdisciplinary research and interactions, develop presentation and mentoring skills, furnish advice on career...

What and when was the Christmas Star? with Prof. Grant Mathews

Friday, December 9, 2022, -

Digital Visualization Theater, Jordan Hall of Science

What and when was the Christmas Star? Join physicist Grant Mathews as he shares the astrophysical details about the well-documented Christmas Star. Was it a comet, a nova, a supernova, or a planet alignment? And who were the wise men from the East?…