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Wei-Cheng Lee, Binghamton University-SUNY, Orbital Selective Mott Transition in Thin Film VO2 Mon. April 23rd, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Orbital Selective Mott Transition in Thin Film VO2
Wei-Cheng Lee
Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy, Binghamton University – SUNY
In this talk, evidences of strain-induced modulation of electron correlation effects in the rutile phase of epitaxial VO2/TiO2 will be presented. …Read more.

Fac. meeting Mon. April 16th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

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Susan Fullerton, University of Pittsburgh, Using Ions to Control Transport in 2D Materials Mon. April 2nd, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Using Ions to Control Transport in 2D Materials
Susan Fullerton, University of Pittsburgh
 
Electrostatic gating of two-dimensional (2D) materials with ions is an effective method to achieve high carrier density (10^13 – 10^14 cm^-2) and excellent gate control by creating an electric double layer (EDL) with large capacitance density (>2 μF/cm^2). …Read more.

Olle Heinonen, Argonne National Laboratories, Quantum Monte Carlo modeling of real materials Fri. March 30th, 2018
3:30 pm-4:30 pm

Quantum Monte Carlo modeling of real materials
Olle Heinonen, Argonne National Laboratory
 
Because of recent advances in algorithms and hardware, it is now possible to do quantum Monte Carol simulations of real materials systems, such as correlated oxides, for which standard density functional theory methods have well-known problems. …Read more.

Benjamin Fregoso, Dept of Physics, Kent State University, Nonlinear photocurrents in two-dimensional ferroelectrics and beyond Wed. March 28th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Nonlinear photocurrents in two-dimensional ferroelectrics and beyond
Benjamin Fregoso, Dept. of Physics, Kent State University
Abstract:
In recent years, it has become clear the need for efficiently harvesting solar energy. …Read more.

Katy Keenan Applied Physics Division, Physical Measurement Lab National Institute of Standards and Technology Quantitative MRI for Precision Medicine Thu. March 22nd, 2018
2:00 pm-3:00 pm

IMAGING PHYSICS SEMINAR
Katy Keenan
Applied Physics Division, Physical Measurement Lab
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Quantitative MRI for Precision Medicine
The ability of MRI to measure real, physical parameters of interest requires reference standards to ensure accuracy and reproducibility of data. …Read more.

Debra McGivney, Dept. Radiology CWRU, Inverse Problems in Medical Imaging Tue. March 20th, 2018
1:00 pm-2:00 pm

IMAGING PHYSICS SEMINAR
Debra McGivney
Research Scientist, Department of Radiology
Case Western Reserve University

Inverse Problems in Medical Imaging

Mathematical inverse problems are used to model a wide variety of practical problems, including problems in medical imaging. …Read more.

Yuan-Ming Lu, The Ohio State University, Tunable Surface States of Topological Materials Mon. March 19th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Tunable Surface States of Topological Materials
Yuan-Ming Lu, The Ohio State University
 
The discovery of topological insulators revealed a large class of topological materials, which exhibit novel surface states with unusual properties. …Read more.

Alexey Tonyushkin University of Massachusetts Boston, Breaking the Rules in Magnetic Particle Imaging and Ultra-High Field MRI Thu. March 15th, 2018
12:30 pm-1:30 pm

IMAGING PHYSICS SEMINAR
Alexey Tonyushkin
University of Massachusetts Boston
Breaking the Rules in Magnetic Particle Imaging
and Ultra-High Field MRI
Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is a new tomographic imaging modality that offers high spatial and temporal resolution. …Read more.

Spring break ( no seminar) Mon. March 12th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

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Michael Boss, NIST, Quantitative MRI: from Bench to Bedside Mon. March 12th, 2018
4:30 pm-5:30 pm

IMAGING PHYSICS SEMINAR
Michael Boss
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Quantitative MRI: from Bench to Bedside
Quantitative MRI: from Bench to Bedside Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an exquisite tool for probing the anatomical structure of the human body. …Read more.

APS March Meeting ( no seminars) Mon. March 5th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

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APS March Meeting preview: student practice talks Mon. February 26th, 2018
12:30 pm-2:00 pm

Shuhao Liu:  A Temperature Driven Hole-phonon Coupling Enhancement Effect in a Strongly Correlated 2D Hole System.
Kasun V. M. N. G. Premasiri:  Tuning Rashba Spin-orbit Coupling in Few-layer InSe. …Read more.

Andrew Stephens, Northwestern U., Separating the role of chromatin from lamins in mechanics and morphology of the cell nucleus Thu. February 22nd, 2018
4:30 pm-5:30 pm

Separating the role of chromatin from lamins in mechanics and morphology of the cell nucleus
Andrew Stephens, Northwestern U.
The nucleus is the 10 µm ellipse compartment in the cell which must properly transduce or resist biophysical
forces to dictate the spatial organization of the 2 meters of genome inside of it. …Read more.

Fac. meeting Mon. February 19th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

No seminar physics fac. meeting …Read more.

Lydia Kisley, Univ. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Proteins in nanoporous hydrogels: adsorption, diffusion, and folding Mon. February 19th, 2018
4:30 pm-5:30 pm

Proteins in nanoporous hydrogels: adsorption, diffusion, and folding
Lydia Kisley

Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Abstract:  Proteins within nanoporous hydrogels have important biotechnological applications in
pharmaceutical purification, tissue engineering, water treatment, biosensors, and medical
implants. …Read more.

Maxim Dzero, Kent State University, Spins & Knots: The rise of Topology in f-orbital materials Mon. January 29th, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Spins & Knots: The rise of Topology in f-orbital materials
Maxim Dzero
Kent State University
In my talk I will review the key recent theoretical and experimental works on a new class of topological material systems – topological Kondo insulators, which appear as a result of interplay between strong correlations and spin-orbit interactions. …Read more.

Elshad Allahyarov, Duisburg-Essen University and CWRU, Smectic monolayer confined on a sphere: topology at the particle scale Mon. January 22nd, 2018
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

Prof. Dr. Elshad Allahyarov, 

Duisburg-Essen University, Germany, and  Physics Department  CWRU
Smectic monolayer confined on a sphere: topology at the particle scale
The impact of topology on the structure of a smectic monolayer confined to a sphere is explored by particle-resolved computer simulations of hard rods. …Read more.


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