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Colloquium 2008- Speakers
Department of physics  NC A&T State University
1601 East Market Street Greensboro NC 27411
Marteena Hall Room 310
 Modays: 4:00PM-5:00 PM
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Fall 2008 is full.  Submit your abstract for SPRING2009
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04/21/2008
Dr. Mahbub Kahndaker
Norfolk State University
A Brief Tour of Big Bang Cosmology


04/28/2008
Dr. Tesfaye Abtew
North Carolina State University
Center for High Performance Computing
Ab-initio simulation of light-induced effect and DC-conductivity in
hydrogenated amorphous silicon



09/08/2008
Dr. Fred Hall
UNC-Chapel Hill
Numerical Simulation of a Mechanism for Current Sheet Thinning in the
Growth Phase of Magnetospheric Substorms



09/15/2008
Dr. Kevin Ivarsen
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
PROMPT and the Skynet Telescope Network
 

09/22/2008
Chueng-Ryong Ji
North Carolina State University
Special Relativity and Modern Nuclear and Particle Physics


09/29/2008
Dr. Stephen Shaforth
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Neutron Production via a Pyroelectric Crystal without a Tip


10/06/2008
Dr. Kenneth Roberts
NC A&T State University
Nanostructured Interstitial Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications


10/13/08
Dr. Petros Thomas
University of Verginia
Probing Surface Phenmenon Using Optical Techinques


10/20/2008
Dr. Steve Danford
University of North Carolina-Greensboro


10/27/2008 
Dr.Larry H. Toburen 
East Carolina University
Differential yields of electrons ejected from thin foils by fast ion bombardment; a test of theory


11/03/2008
Dr. Michael Dingfelder 
East Carolina University
Charged particle track structure simulations: Basic data and models


11/10/2008
Dr. Ray Hoff
University of Marlyland Baltimore County
Smoke and Mirrors:  Using Lidar from the Ground and Space to Measure Air Pollution



11/17/2008
Dr. David Aspens
North Carolina State University
Optical and Electrodynamic Phenomena in Metamaterials


11/24/2008
Dr. Reyco Henning
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Searching for the rarest events in the universe and other fun topics in particle astrophysics


TBA
Dr. Mark R. Wiesner
Duke University
Physical-chemical factors controlling nanoparticle exposure, transformation and reactivity


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