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BAPC-Calendar for the Week of May 2



The Boston Area Physics Calendar is published weekly during the academic year by the department of Physics at Northeastern University. Entries should be sent no later than 12:00 pm on the Thursday before 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.


ON-TIME submissions: Send to bapc-events cosmos phy tufts edu

LATE submissions: Send to bapc-late cosmos phy tufts edu

SUBSCRIBE or UNSUBSCRIBE to/from the BAPC calendar: http://cosmos.phy.tufts.edu/bapc.html





Monday, May 2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center of Theoretical Physics

Nuclear & Particle Theory Seminar

Cosman Room, 6c-442

``Phenomenology of semileptonic B-meson decays with form factors from lattice QCD"

Ran Zhou, Fermi Lab



4:00 PM

Monday, May 2, 2016

Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Laboratory for Nuclear Science

Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium

Kolker Room, 26-414

The Story of Double Beta Decay

Dr. Jenni Kotila – University of Jyvaskyla, Finland/Yale University

Refreshments served at 3:30 pm





4:00 p.m.

Monday May 2, 2016

Brown University

Department of Physics Colloquium

Barus & Holley room 168

"Swimming of micro-organisms: Collective motion driven by molecular motors."

Joe Howard





4:15 p.m.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Harvard University

Physics Colloquium

Jefferson 250

"Learning and Inference When There Is Little Data"

Yasser Roudi

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Tea served in Jefferson 450 @ 3:30 p.m.







7:00 pm

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

John Harvard's, Harvard Square

33 Dunster St

Cambridge, MA 02138

Featuring a talk on big data and its uses in the business world by Ziad Nejmeldeen, Chief Scientist at Infor Dynamic Science Labs.

Join us for a free drink, great food, and a fun night of networking. Free to attend and open to all.







11:00 AM

Wednesday, May 4

ITAMP/CCB Joint Quantum Sciences Seminar in Chemistry

Harvard University Institute for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (ITAMP) & Harvard Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Pfizer Lecture Hall, Mallinckrodt Building, B23

12 Oxford Street

“Non-Hermitian Quantum Mechanics (NHQM) theory for cold molecular collisions”

Prof. Nimrod Moiseyev

Technion - Israel Institute ofTechnology






Wednesday, May 4

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center of Theoretical Physics

StringTheory Seminar

``A Stereoscopic CFT Lens for Holography"

James Sully, Stanford




4:00 pm

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Harvard University


Palfrey House, 18 Hammond Street, First Floor Conference Room

“NOvA Particle ID with Convolutional Visual Networks”

Adam Aurisano

University of Cincinnati

Cookies will be served




4:30 PM

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Joint Quantum Sciences Seminar

Inaugural Dalgarno Lectures

Institute for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and

Optical Physics (ITAMP) & Harvard Quantum Optics Center (HQOC)

Harvard University

Jefferson 250, Harvard University, Department of Physics

“Strongly Interacting Rydberg Gases in Thermal Vapor Cells”

TIlman Pfau

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

Tea served at 4:00 after short student talk by Stefan Pabst







1:00 pm

Thursday, May 5, 2015

University of Massachusetts Boston

Physics Colloquium

Science Center, Room S-3-126


Markus Greiner

Harvard U

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

Questions: Maxim Olshanii <Maxim Olchanyi umb edu>




4:00 PM

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Lectures 2 and 3 will be given by Prof. Pfau

as the Physics colloquium, MIT

"Ultracold Dipolar Gases:  From Chromium to Lanthanides"

Building 10, Room 250



4:00 p.m.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The David and Edith Harris Physics Colloquium Series

Building 10, Room 250

"Ultracold Dipolar Gases: From Chromium to Lanthanides"

Tilman Pfau

University of Stuttgart

Refreshments @ 3:30 PM in 4-349






3:00 p.m.           

Friday, May 6, 2016

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Plasma Science and Fusion Center Seminar

Building NW17-218

"Dense Plasmas for Bright Light Sources, IR to EUV"

Don Smith

Energetiq Technology, Inc.