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BAPC-Calendar for the Week of January 23



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





Tuesday, January 24, 2017

University of Massachusetts Boston

Quantum Science and Technology Seminar

Integrated Sciences Complex (ISC), Conference Room - suite 1200

Andrew P. Koller, JILA and University of Colorado, Boulder.

"Spin-motion coupling in cold Fermi gases"

Questions: Adolfo del Campo <Adolfo delcampo umb edu>



Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Brandeis University

Physics Colloquium

Abelson 131

“Discovering a new approach to cosmology with the Dark Energy Survey and Gravitational Waves”

Marcelle Soares Santos

FermiLab, Illinois

Refreshments 3:30pm outside of Abelson 131






1:30 PM

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences/Harvard University Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Solid Earth Physics Seminar

Room 310 Geological Museum

24 Oxford Street, Cambridge

Estimating the Locations of Past and Future Large Earthquake Ruptures in California Using Recent M > 4 Events

John E. Ebel

Weston Observatory

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Boston College



Thursday, January 26, 2017

Brandeis University

Physics Colloquium

Abelson 131

“The Past, Present, and Future of 21cm Cosmology

Adrian Liu

UC Berkley

Refreshments 3:30pm outside of Abelson 131




Thursday, January 26, 2017

Northeastern University

Physics Colloquium

Dana Research Center, Room 114

“Understanding evolution on multiple scales: from protein physics to population genetics and back”

Eugene Shakhnovich

Harvard University

Refreshments will be served @ 4pm