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Spring 2006 Seminar Schedule
  • Seminars begin at 4:00 pm in 201 Manning Hall (Auditorium). Refreshments are served at 3:30 pm in 222 Manning Hall

  • For more information, please contact Mohamed Laradji ( / 901.678.1676) or Robynn Hopkins ( / 901.678.2410).

  • All seminars are open to the public. Everyone, including those from outside the University of Memphis are welcome to attend.

Date Speaker(s) Title Host
January 18 Hongtao Cui
Oak Ridge Natl. Lab
Carbon Nanofibers and Nanotubes: Growth, Characterization, and Applications M. Laradji
January 25 Alexander Angelouch
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
John Hopkins Univ.

Active Probing of Inorganic and Biological Substances Using Ferromagnetic Nanowires

M. Laradji
February 1 Leonard Spinu
Physics Dept.
Univ. of New Orleans
Magnetization Dynamics in Nanostructured Materials for Nonvolatile Memory Applications S.R. Mishra
February 8 C.V. Ramana
Dept. of Geological Sciences
Univ. of Michigan
Science and Technology of Thin Films and Nanostructured: Why Is It So Great to be So Small? M. Laradji
February 15 Cancelled -- --
February 22 Gerrit Verschuur
Dept. of Physics
The Univ. of Memphis
The Invisible Universe: The Story of Radio Astronomical Discovery J. Schmelz
March 1 Jonathan Cirtain
High Energy Astrophysics Div.
Harvard-Smithsonian Inst.
The X-Ray Telescope on Solar-B and Coronal MHD Models and Their Observation M.S. Jahan
March 22 Dimitrios Lianos
US Army Space & Defense Command
Missile Defense and Technology Transition to Commercial Market M. Laradji
March 29 Mohamed Laradji
Dept. of Physics
The Univ. of Memphis

Structure, Mechanics, and Complexity of Lipid Membranes

M. Laradji
April 5 Clare McCabe
Dept. of Chem. Eng.
Vanderbilt Univ.
Molecular Modeling of Complex Fluids and Materials M. Laradji
April 12 J. Roames and T. Young
Senior Undergrad. Students
Dept. of Physics/Univ. of Memphis
TRACE: Isothermal "eyes" only?
Core-shell Ferromagnetic-Antiferromagnetic Nanocomposites
R. Marchini
April 19 Carl F. Lorenzo
Glenn Research Center
NASA, Ohio
A Stroll from the Garden of New Calculus to the New Trigonometry, Or: What is a Half-Derivative Anyway? N. Achar
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