|Mondays at 4:00 p.m.|| Via Zoom
|Feb 8||Dr. Becky Belisle, Wellesley College
"From Particles to Power: How photons, electrons, and ions determine the efficiency of perovskite solar cells"
||Dr. Daniel Hernandez, St. Luke's Cancer Institute
"What Medical Physicists Do"
||Dr. Lia Medeiros, Institute for Advanced Study
"Testing Einstein’s theory of gravity using the first image of a black hole"
||Dr. Cora Fujiwara, University of Toronta
"Get ultracold! Cooling and trapping atomic gases for quantum simulation"
||Ms. Jacque Benitez, California Academy of Sciences
"The physicist as a prism"
||Dr. Isabel Lipartito, Lockheed Martin Focalplane
"Instrumentation in Astronomy: Building Cameras to Take Pictures of Extra-Solar Planets"
||Spring Break - No Talk|
||Dr. David Ramirez, Brown University
"What black holes can teach us about superconductors"
||Dr. Kevin Satzinger, Google Quantum AI
"Quantum computing with superconducting circuits at Google"
||Dr. Christina Knapp, Microsoft
"Quantum Computing with a Topological Phase of Matter"
||Dr. Louise Anderson, Google AI
"From Black Holes to Neural Networks"
||Dr. Francisco Ponce, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
"Using Quantum Sensors to Search for Dark Matter"
||Dr. Stacy Copp, UC Irvine
"Programmable light-matter interactions: DNA as a tool for nanophotonics"
This series is supported by private donations and Instructionally Related Activities funds.