DAVIDSON PHYSICS

Note: Our usual seminar time is 4 pm with refreshments in the lobby of Dana starting at 3:45pm. 

Students are welcome to join us for lunch at the Commons with our seminar speaker. 

2001-2002 SEMINAR SCHEDULE 

Fall 2001

8/30/2001:  Adam Abele ('03), Rachel McCord ('04), Sharon Meidt ('03), Patten Priestley ('03),
Erin Raffety ('04), and Ben Sargent ('01)  
What I did on my Summer Vacation
Note: Following the seminar, we will have a beginning of the semester Pizza party!

10/25/2001: Dr. Caren Hagner, Virginia Tech., Solar Neutrinos, Neutrino Oscillations and Neutrino Mass

11/7/2001: Dr. John Hill ('57), Iowa State University, Exploring the Birth of the Universe with Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
Note: This seminar is on a Wednesday at 4:30 pm.

11/15/200: Dr. David SukowWashington and Lee University, Diode Laser Dynamics: Chaos, Randomness, and Complexity

 

Spring 2002

1/24/2002: Dr. Christina Lacey, University of South Carolina, Radio Investigation of Supernova Remnants in the Inner Galaxy at 74MHz  

2/26/2002: Mr. Ted Greene, Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc (retired), What You Can Do with a Physics Degree 

 3/21/2002: Dr. Laura Ratliff, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Making Nanostructures with Highly Charged Ions  

Previous Seminars during 2001-2002

Summer 2001

7/11/2000:   Summer Research in Physics at Davidson College

                      Malu Fairley and Patten Priestley (Dr. Tim Gfroerer), Radiative Efficiency in Lattice-mismatched Semiconductors

                      Ben Sargent (Dr. Mario Belloni),  PT-Symmetric Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics

                      Adam Abele (Dr. Laurie Heyer, Mathematics), Computational Genomics

 


Look at the seminars from 1998-1999, 1999-2000, and 2000-2001

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