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12:20pm, Physical Sciences Building, 401

Mercedeh Khajavikhan
University of Southern California

Non-Hermitian and Topological Photonics: Optics at an Exceptional Point

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 701

Miles Rouches
Title: “Building a Non-cooperative Repressilator through Competitive Binding”
Advisor: Guillaume Lambert

~Light refreshments provided~

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Ankit S. Disa
Assistant Professor of Applied and Engineering Physics
Cornell University

"Using light to engineer beyond equilibrium quantum materials"

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Manu Prakash
Associate Professor of Bioengineering
Stanford University

Recreational Biology: From Animals in Flatland to Topological Traps

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 701

Prof. Amitabha Chattopadhyay
CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, India

Cholesterol and GPCR Function: A Molecular Sensor for Cholesterol in the Serotonin1A Receptor

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Judy Cha
Professor of Materials Science & Engineering
Cornell University

1D topological systems for next-generation electronics

4:00pm, Clark Hall, 701

Alex Holehouse
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Washington University School of Medicine

Sequence- and chemical specificity define the functional landscape of intrinsically disordered regions

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Gleb Finkelstein
Professor of Physics
Duke University

"Chiral Andreev edge states in the quantum Hall regime"

12:20pm, Clark Hall, 700

Hui Cao
John C. Malone Professor of Applied Physics, Professor of Physics, Professor of Electrical Engineering
Yale University

Targeted Light Delivery Deep Inside Strong-Scattering Media

1:30pm, Physical Sciences Building, 401

Title: Charge and energy transport in mixed-dimensional systems: graphene, nanotubes, and graphene quantum dots