Physics Seminars Schedule (Fall 2014)

Wednesdays, 3.00-4.00pm, Venue: Manning Hall # 201 (Physics Auditorium)
Refreshments served at 2:45pm in Manning Hall 222
Date Speakers Title
Sept. 3rd (Wed.) Drs. Cui, Mishra, Pradhan Physics Dept., University of Memphis "Physics Faculty Presentations (Part-I): Nanomaterials and Nanobiophotonics"
Sept. 10th (Wed.) Drs. Gire, Jahan, Laradji, Sabri Physics Dept., University of Memphis "Physics Faculty Presentations (Part-II):Biomaterials, Polymers, Aerogels, Biophysics, Physics Education"
Sept. 17th (Wed.) Dr. Pratim Sengupta Dept. of Teaching & Learning, Vanderbilt Univ "Turtles all the Way Down: Agent-based Modeling, Children and Science"
Sept. 24th (Wed.) Dr. Syamal K. Bhattacharya Dept. of Medicine, Univ. of Tennessee Health Science Center "Kinetodynamical Perspectives of Excessive Intracellular Calcium Accumulation in Neuromuscular & Cardiovascular Diseases: Pathogenesis & Therapeutic Strategies"
Oct. 1st (Wed.) Dr. Jingbiao Cui Dept. of Physics, University of Memphis "Atomic Layer Deposition and its Applications"
Oct. 8th (Wed.) Dr. Chetan Patil Dept. of Biomedical Eng., Vanderbilt Univ. "Multimodal Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy in the Skin"
Oct. 15th (Wed.) Dr. Feng Ye Oak Ridge National Laboratory "Magnetic and crystal structures of the honeycomb-lattice Na2IrO3 and square-lattice Sr2Ir1-xRhxO4"
Oct. 22th (Wed.) Dr. Don Franceschetti Physics Dept., University of Memphis "Are There Lessons to be learned from the heroic age (vacuum tube) of machine computing that might still valuable in brain modeling?"
Oct. 29th (Wed.) Dr. Yongbin Zhang NCTR/ORA Nanotechnology, National Center for Toxicological Research, FDA, Jefferson, AR "Toxicological and Pharmacological Actions of Engineered Nanomaterials"
Nov. 5th (Wed.) Dr. Yaqiong Xu Dept. of Physics, Vanderbilt University "Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Biological Applications"
Nov. 12th (Wed.) Dr. Corinne Manogue Dept. of Physics, Oregon State University "Physics Education"
Nov. 19th (Wed.) Dr. William A. Hollerman Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Louisiana, Lafayette "Using Triboluminescent Materials for Smart Sensors"