What Physicists Do

ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH SERIES
Fall 2022

All Lectures Free and Open to All
Mondays at 4:00 p.m.
Darwin 103

This series is supported by private donations and Instructionally Related Activities funds.

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September 12, 2022 SSU Students SSU Student Research Experiences
SSU Student REU Talks
Sonoma State University
September 19, 2022 Asplund How hard is it to predict quantum behavior? And, how physicists work on nuclear threat reduction.
Curtis Asplund
San Jose State University
September 26, 2022 Wittman Observing Dark Matter in the Wild
David Wittman
UC Davis
October 3, 2022 Callori Layer by Layer: Adventures in Thin Films
Sara Callori
CSU San Bernardino
October 10, 2022 Nelson The Fault In Our Numerical Stars: Dynamical Chaos in Stellar Evolution Models
Nicholas Nelson
CSU Chico
October 17, 2022 Knapen Dark Matter Scattering in Low Threshold Detectors
Simon Knapen
LBL
October 24, 2022 Valasco Imaging Atomically Thin Quantum Material Devices at the Nanoscale
Jairo Valasco Jr
UC Santa Cruz
October 31, 2022 To An Unexpected Journey: Finding Opportunities, Climbing Out of Pitfalls and Searching for Adventures in Physics
Wing To
Stanislaus State
November 7, 2022 Nguyen What is Physics Education Research (PER)? Why?
Kevin Nguyen
Sonoma State University
November 14, 2022 Cool An Astronomical Perspective on Globular Clusters, Planet Earth, and the Climate Crisis
Adrienne Cool
San Francisco State University