This will take place on Friday August 22nd at 10:30am in MacN 222. The contents of the discussion are as follows: We will briefly review the breakthrough in numerical relativity that allowed the long term evolutions of black holes. …
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Emilia Illes Will Be Defending Her Thesis (OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF UNDERDOPED HIGH Tc SUPERCONDUCTORS FROM A PHENOMONOLOGICAL MODEL) On Tuesday, August 19th
James LeBlanc Will Be Defending His Thesis - SIGNATURES OF GAP INHOMOGENEITIES IN OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTORS - On Wednesday, August 20th
He was one of five researchers at the University who received the Early Researcher Award.
Simon Comeau Will Be Defending His Thesis (THE TIDAL HEATING OF BLACK HOLES IN KERR SPACE-TIME) On Tuesday, August 26th
Roland Haas Will Be Defending His Thesis (SELF-FORCE ON POINT PARTICLES IN ORBIT AROUND A SCHWARZSCHILD BLACK HOLE) On Thursday, August 21st
There are several GTA positions that are open for this coming fall. Further information and application forms are available on the next page.
Kyle Leach Will Be Defending His Thesis - HIGH-PRECISION MEASUREMENT OF THE SUPERALLOWED BETA DECAY BRANCHING RATIO OF 38mK - On Friday, August 8th
Tony Vannelli, Dean, College of Physical and Engineering Science is pleased to announce that Dr. Eric Poisson has agreed to become the next Chair of the Department of Physics beginning a five year term on July 1, 2008.
This medal is awarded to a graduating student in the Spring semester who has completed semester 8 of any of the majors in Physics and who has obtained the highest cumulative average in the required Physics courses of that program, normally taken in …