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Monday, September 14

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center of Theoretical Physics

Nuclear & Particle Theory Seminar

Cosman Room, 6c-442

``New Techniques for New Physics Discoveries in Run 2 at the LHC"?

James Gainer, University of Florida

Refreshments will be served


4:00 PM

Monday, September 14, 2015

Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Laboratory for Nuclear Science

Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium

Kolker Room, 26-414

“Searching for New Short Range Forces Using Optically Levitated Microspheres”

Dr. David Moore – Stanford University

Lee Grodzins Postdoctoral Award Winner

Refreshments served at 3:30 pm



4:00 p.m.

Monday September 14, 2015

Brown University
Department of Physics Colloquium 

Barus & Holley room 168

"The Memory of Sand"

Matthieu Wyart




1:15 p.m.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Harvard University

Mathematical Physics Seminar

Jefferson 453

“String Theory Entropy and Black Holes”

C. Vafa




Wednesday, September 16

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center of Theoretical Physics

String/Gravity  Theory Seminar

Cosman Room, 6c-442

``Gauge Enhancement and Landscaping in G2 Compactifications of M-theory"

James Halverson, Northeastern University

Refreshments will be served



4:00 pm
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Boston College

Physics Colloquium Series
Higgins Hall, Room 310
"Hidden magnetism and hidden Fermi-liquid behavior of the cuprate high-temperature superconductors"

Martin Greven

School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Minnesota


1:00 pm

Thursday, September 17, 2015

University of Massachusetts Boston

Physics Colloquium

Science Center, Room S-3-126

“Traveling-Wave MRI at Ultra-High Magnetic Fields”

Alexey Tonyshkin

UMass Boston

Refreshments served at 12:45, S-3-126

Questions: Maxim Olshanii <Maxim Olchanyi umb edu>



4:00 pm

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Northeastern University

Physics Seminar

Dana Research Center, Room 114

“Detecting Cosmic Neutrinos with Icecube at the Earth’s South Pole”

Naoko Kurahashi Neilson

Drexel University



1:30 pm

Friday, September 18, 2015

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center for Theoretical Physics, Cosman Seminar

Quantum Information Processing Seminar

Room 6c-442

"When must a local Hamiltonian be unfrustrated?"

Or Sattath