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BAPC Announcement



Hello all,


Welcome to the BAPC!  My name is Erica Seymourian and I am the new contact person for all BAPC announcements.

Here are some things you need to know:  The Boston Area Physics Calendar is published weekly during the academic year by the Department of Physics at Tufts University.  Entries should reach me no later than 12:00 pm the Thursday preceding the week of the actual event

NOTE: Entries that are past the deadline will have to be sent by you to the BAPC late entry email address listed below.


  • Talks will ONLY be accepted if they are submitted in the correct format and are pasted in the body of the email.  DO NOT send attachments of word documents, etc..





  • Deadline to submit your talk:  Entries should be emailed to the calendar coordinator no later than 12:00 pm on the Thursday preceding the week of the actual event.


  • If you miss the 12:00 pm submission deadline:  You’re responsible for sending your own talk in via the BAPC-late email address above.


  • Corrections/changes:  If there is a change of time or correction on your talk you will need to send it out yourself via the BAPC-late email address and note ‘CORRECTION’ on the subject line.


Please note that all submissions should be emailed to me using the below format…NO ABSTRACTS please...and should be typed or copied into the body of the email (no attachments).  We only announce the essential specs of the talk, as seen below.


Use this format only:



Day, Date

Host Affiliate

Kind of talk (colloquium or seminar)

Place of talk

Abstract title

Guest Speaker

Guest Affiliate (university, institute, etc.)

Refreshment time




2:30 pm

Tuesday, June 6, 2006

Brandeis University

Physics Seminar

Johnson Hall, Room 244

“How do Bats Find Their Way in the Dark”

Professor John Smith

University of Oregon

Refreshments served at 3:30, Miller Hall



See next week’s announcements below;




1:30 pm

Friday, September 11

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center for Theoretical Physics, Cosman Seminar

Quantum Information Processing Seminar

Room 6c-442

"Time to Build: Co-designing a Quantum Computer with Trapped Ions"

Chris Monroe

University of Maryland



2:00 pm

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Northeastern University

Special CIRCS Seminar

Dana Research Center, Room 114

“Uni-flagellated Motility: Mechanics and Molecular Regulation”

Michael Morse

Brown University



4:00 p.m.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The David and Edith Harris Physics Colloquium Series
Building 10, Room 250
"Identifying exotic electronic ground states using quantum oscillations"
Suchitra Sebastian
University of Cambridge
Refreshments @ 3:30 PM in 4-349