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. 

2006-2007 SEMINAR SCHEDULE 

Fall 2006

8/31/2006  

DAVIDSON STUDENT SUMMER RESEARCH

Robert Correll What I did on my Summer Vacation

David Sheibley What I did on my Summer Vacation

A.J. Hergenroeder Nonexponential Fluorescence Decays from 5D3 level of Tb3+ in Sol-Gel Glasses

Carlos Ortiz Upconversion Spectroscopy of Tm3+ in Sol-Gel Glasses

Kelly Howell Rotational and Fluorescent Properties of Quinizarin in Well-Characterized Thin Films

Audrey Cundari Discovering the Barrier to Rotation of the 3-APS Molecule Using Dielectric Spectroscopy

   

 

9/7/2006  

DAVIDSON STUDENT SUMMER RESEARCH

Mona Shaban Calibration of the Optical Tweezers

James Wells Photodetachment spectroscopy from S-

Peter Simov Reciprocal capacitance transients?

Brant West Thermally activated radiative efficiency enhancement in a GaAs/GaInP heterostructure

Adam Topaz Modeling defect level occupation for recombination statistics

     
9/28/2006   Tonya Coffey, Physics Department, Appalachian State University
    The physics of bubbles
10/19/2006   Ken Krebs, Physics Department, Franklin & Marshall College
    Optical impurity ion structural probes of solution-produced ferroelectric materials
11/16/2006   Calvin Howell (Class of 1978), Physics Department, Duke University, Director of the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL)
    Tracking Substance Translocation in Plants using Radioisotopes

Spring 2007

2/15/2007    Todd Timberlake, Physics Department, Berry College
    What can "quantum chaos" possibly mean?
3/22/2007   Mario Belloni, Physics Department, Davidson College
    Visualizing the quantum mechanical infinite square well
5/3/2007   Carlos Ortiz, Physics Honors Thesis Presentation, Davidson College
    Cross Relaxation of Tb3+ ions in Sol Gel Glasses
5/8/2007   James Wells, Physics Honors Thesis Presentation, Davidson College
    Photodetachment Spectroscopy of the Negative Sulfur Ion at the 2P1/23P2 Threshold in an External Magnetic Field

Look at the seminars from 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005 and 2005-2006.

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