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Physics Colloquium: Heiko Hergert

Riddick 301 2401 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Title: A Brief Tour of Ab Initio Nuclear Many-Body Theory Abstract: The capabilities of ab initio many-body calculations for nuclear structure and reactions have expanded dramatically within recent years. We have seen first converged calculations for nuclei as heavy as Pb208, a first attempt at a mass table up to the iron region, and efforts…

CMB Seminar: Adriana San Miguel

Riddick 314

Title: PAB-1 granules as a biomarker for aging in C. elegans Abstract: TBD Host: Sharonda LeBlanc

Final Defense – William Fox

Riddick 400P 2401 Katherine Stinson Dr, Raleigh, NC, United States

Investigating Nucleosynthesis in Massive AGB Stars with Transfer Reactions

Physics Colloquium: Lina Quan

Riddick 301 2401 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Title: Control of Polarization in 2D Hybrid Perovskites Abstract: The precise control of polarization in solid-state materials holds immense significance across various scientific disciplines, particularly optics and electronics. This control enables tailored manipulation of light-matter interactions, device functionalities, and electronic properties, leading to a host of practical applications. In this presentation, I will showcase our…

Physics Colloquium: Dan Milisavljevic

Riddick 301 2401 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Title and Abstract details are forthcoming.   Host: Jim Kneller

Physics Colloquium: Fabian Heitsch

Riddick 301 2401 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Title: Star Formation in the Galactic Center: The Role of Radiative Feedback   Abstract: The presence of young, massive stars around the central black hole of the Milky Way suggests a substantial mass inflow event to the Galactic Center approximately 3-6 million years ago. Numerical models of gas inflow toward a supermassive black hole show…

CMB Seminar: Priyom Adhyapok

Riddick 314

Title: Control of Segmentation Timing in the Zebrafish Notochord Abstract: Many developmental processes require coordination across multiple cells to achieve a common function. One way to achieve this harmony is through control of developmental timing, regulated by genetic species acting as biological timekeepers. In this talk, I will discuss evidence of an oscillatory system in…

Final Defense – Reece Henry

Partners II 1514

Determination of Thermodynamic and Kinetic Transitions in Conjugated Systems via In-Situ Ellipsometric Methods