School of Physics Colloquium

Thursday 9th May

Flows For The Masses: The first non-linear perturbative power spectrum for massive neutrinos in cosmology

A/Prof Amol Upadhye, Yunnan University


UPCOMING Colloquia

  • 16th May, Prof Kian ping LOH, Applied Physics Department, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Anomalous Hall effect in Tetralayer Graphene and Non-linear Second order Effect in BiTeBr

PAST Colloquia

  • 2nd May, Dr Zixin Huang, Macquarie University, Sub-wavelength quantum imaging techniques for astronomy
  • 18th April, Prof Maria Parappilly, Flinders University, Effectiveness of enrichment program in increasing girls’ interest to pursue Physics studies and STEM careers
  • 11th April, Prof Xiao Li, City University of Hong Kong, Novel dynamical phases of matter in an isolated quantum system
  • 27th March, Prof David Ritchie, University of Cambridge, Terahertz devices and applications
  • 26th March, Prof Oleg Yazyev, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), In silico discovery of novel topological materials 
  • 21st March, Dr Eleanor G Rieffel, NASA Ames Research Center, A NASA Perspective on Quantum Computing, with Emphasis on Recent Results in Distributed Computing
  • 17th March 2024, Dr Magda Arnaboldi, European Southern Observatory, The specific angular momenta of massive galaxies from the ePN.S survey
  • 7th March 2024, Prof Jim Fuller, Caltech, Carnivorous and Cannibalistic Stars 
  • 8th February 2024 14:00-15:00, Prof Zhirong Lin, 'Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Superconducting Electronics for Control and Readout of Superconducting Qubit
  • 7th December 2023, 14:00-15:00, Prof Daniel Arovas, University of California,  A Brief History of Quantum Magnetism
  • 24th November 2023, 14:00-15:00, Prof Klaus Mølmer, University of Copenhagen, Wave function collapse, quantum jumps and Schrödinger’s Ichtyosauria
  • 16th November, 14:00-15:00 , Prof Mikhail Titov, Radboud University Nijmegen, Chiral magnetic interactions and anomalous transport in 2D magnets
  • 2nd November 14:00-15:00, Prof Adam Micolich, School of Physics, UNSW, Changing the script for higher year physics teaching
  • 9th November 2023, 14:00-15:00, Prof Giovanni Vignale, National University of Singapore, Undergap currents in the anomalous Hall effects.
  • 12th October 2-3, Electronic properties of monolayer transition metal ditellurides, Dr Iolanda Di Bernardo, School of Physics and Astronomy, Monash University
  • 28th September 4-5,  Hunting for Gold (or, more realistically, uranium), Dr Terese Hansen, Stockholm University
  • 7th September 2-3 Noise in Superconducting Qubits. Prof Clare Yu, University of California, Irvine
  • 17th August 2023 2-3 pm
    Small Changes- Big Impact. Prof. Robert Kellner, Technical University of Applied Science Rosenheim in Germany
  • 17th August 2023 2-3 pm
    Small Changes- Big Impact. Prof. Robert Kellner, Technical University of Applied Science Rosenheim in Germany
  •  8th June 2023 2-3 pm
    Braiding of Majorana Zero Modes in Topological Superconductors: towards fault-tolerant quantum computing. A/Prof Stephan Rachel, University of Melbourne.
  • 15th May 2023 1-2 pm
    Surface dynamics in living systems Dr. Anna Erzberger, EMBL Heidelberg, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Heidelberg University
  • 4th May 2023 1-2 pm
    Quantum acoustics: Quantum mechanics with sound Prof. Andrew N Cleland, Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago
  • 16th March 2023 2-3 pm
    Galactic Vivisection: Toward an Improved Understanding of Galaxy Coevolution with their Massive Central Black Holes. Dr. Benjamin L. Davis
  • 9th March 2023 2-3 pm 
    Probing nuclear structure with exotic atomic systems. Natalia Oreshkina, Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics. 
  • 28th February 2023 2-3 pm
    Theory of interconversions between current/magnetization/chiral phonons in chiral crystals. Prof. Shuichi Murakami 

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