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3:30pm, Physical Sciences Building 403, Physical Sciences Building Rm 403

Title: Quantum Simulation of Many Body Systems: Time Evolution and Response Functions

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Xiaoliang Qi

Emergent spacetime from generalized free fields

4:00pm, 701 Clark Hall

Dr. Itai Cohen


Lab of Atomic and Solid State Physics
Department of Physics
Cornell University

Title: Understanding the neural basis for flight
control in Drosophila Melanogaster

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Few-Cycle Nonlinear Photonics: From Nanoscale Devices to Large-Scale Circuits

3:30pm, 142 Sciences Drive, Physical Sciences Building Rm 403

Average symmetry-protected topological phases: the decohered, the disordered, and the intrinsic

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Yuri Lensky

Title: Observation of non-Abelian braiding

3:30pm, 142 Sciences Drive, Physical Sciences Building Rm 403

Large N theories of critical Fermi surfaces and Strange Metal

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Stephen Wilson

Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara

Unconventional electronic order in new classes of kagome metals

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Liang Wu

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy; University of Pennsylvania

Imaging Domain switching and Revealing Emergent Orders in 2D Antiferromagnets

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Sankar Das Sarma

Majorana zero modes and topological quantum computation: What, why, how, when?

Sankar Das Sarma will discuss the current status of the search for non-Abelian Majorana zero modes and topological superconductivity in solid state systems, from both experimental and theoretical perspectives.