2003 Seminars

Date Speaker Title
Nov. 18 Dr. Elisabeth J. Nicol, Dept. of Physics, University of Guelph Specific Heat in the Vortex State as a Probe of Gap Symmetry in Superconductors
Nov. 4 Dr. T. Imai, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, McMaster University How do we use NMR to investigate strongly correlated electron systems?
Oct 21 Dr. B. A. Weinstein, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, SUNY at Buffalo Pressure studies of conduction-band N-pair-state mixing in dilute III-V-N alloys
Oct 7 Dr. J.-P. St.-Maurice, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, UWO Atmospheric Electricity
Sep 16 Dr. David Venus, Dept. of Astronomy and Physics, McMaster University Exchange-Coupled Ferromagnetic/Antiferromagnetic Films
Sep 4 Dr. Shigenori Tanaka, Toshiba R&D Center, Kawasaki, Japan Ab Initio Approach to Nanoscale Dynamics of DNA
Apr 1 Dr. C. Svensson, Physics, University of Guelph Testing the Standard Model at Canada's Isotope Separator and Accelerator (ISAC) Facility
Mar 20 Dr. C. Fradin, Physics, McMaster University Measuring the Mobility of Proteins into Living Cells
Mar 13 Dr. An-Chang Shi, Physics, McMaster University The Physics of Block Copolymers
Feb 27 Dr. G. Scholz, Physics, University of Waterloo Latest Developments in Zero Emission Vehicles
Feb 13 Dr. Sid Segalowitz, Psychology, Brock University Finding Electrical Source Generators in the Human Brain from Scalp EEG
Feb 6 Dr. Brian King, Physics, McMaster University Quantum Computation
Jan 14 Dr. J. Earnshaw, Physics, Trent University The Role of a University Physics Department for the Preparation of Future Elementary Teachers
Jan 9 Dr. John Cerne, Physics, University of Buffalo Strange Metals: Why are high Tc Superconductors still interesting?

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