The Weekly Physics Chat is a forum for our graduate students and faculty to get together to discuss our common passion, physics. Faculty members and students will make presentations to the group during the academic year. The presentations will cover a broad range of topics from personal research, to a “deep dive” on a topic you’ve just begun to explore, and anything in between. The only real requirements are that you introduce a physics (or related) topic and make it accessible to the whole group.

Fall 2019 Schedule
Meeting time:  Mondays at 2 pm in Jabara 021 
Date Lead Topic
Sept 9 M. Muether/T. Figy  Graduate Research/Computing Resources/Thesis Schedule  (Slides)
Sept 30 Lynn Buchele Methane and and the Opacity of Low Mass Stars (Practice Talk for Seminar)
Oct 21 J. Folkerts νSol Phase II Neutrino Probe Design and Simulation
Nov 4 TBD Graduate Reserach Presentation #1
Nov 18 TBD Graduate Research Presentation #2
Dec 2 TBD Graduate Reserach Presentation #3

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For more information or to schedule a talk please contact Mathew Muether and Terrance Figy.