Colloquium Schedule - University of Houston
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Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are scheduled on Tuesdays at 2:30 PM. Currently, all colloquia are held online using Microsoft Teams.

Date Title Host
01/19/21
 
Prof. Zhenxing Feng, Oregon State University Chen
01/26/21
 
Prof. Lee-Ping Wang, UC Davis Chen
02/02/21
 
02/09/21
 
02/16/21
 
02/23/21
 
Latest Solar- and Geo-Neutrino Results From the Borexino Experiment
Prof. Livia Ludhova, RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich
Koerner
03/02/21
 
03/09/21
 
03/16/21
 
(Spring Break)
03/23/21
 
03/30/21
 
04/06/21
 
04/13/21
 
04/20/21
 
04/27/21
 
Date Title Host
08/25/20
 
Laser and Optical Spectroscopy as Versatile Tools to Explore Material Physics and Enable Novel Applications
Prof. Jiming Bao, UH Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bassler
09/01/20
 
Probing Tissue Motion Using MRI: Impact on Healthcare
Dr. Raja Muthupillai, Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Bassler
09/08/20
 
Rubbery Electronics: All Rubber Based Circuits
Prof. Cunjiang Yu, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Houston
Chen
09/15/20
 
Challenges in How to Rationally Design Materials as Active Electrocatalysts
Prof. Jin Suntivich, Cornell University
Chen
09/22/20
 
Using APXPS to Probe the Solid/Gas and Solid/Liquid Interface Under In Situ and Operando Conditions
Dr. Ethan J. Crumlin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Chen
09/29/20
 
Understanding the Formation and Functioning Mechanisms of Crystalline Functional Materials with In Situ X-Ray Characterizations
Prof. Hailong Chen, Georgia Institute of Technology
Chen
10/06/20
 
10/13/20
 
10/20/20
 
Social Complexity
Prof. Alfredo Morales, New England Complex Systems Institute
Cheek
10/27/20
 
Machine Learning the Materials Microstructures
Prof. Jiamian Hu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chen
11/03/20
 
Looking for Novel QCD Phenomena Using the Strongest Magnetic Field in Nature
Prof. Panos Christakoglou, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Timmins
11/10/20
 
Binary Neutron Stars: Einstein's Richest Laboratory 
Prof. Luciano Rezzolla, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Ratti
11/17/20
 
Nanoscale Thermal Transport in Polymers and Hybrid Materials
Prof. Zhiting Tian, Cornell University
Chen
11/24/20
 
12/01/10
 
Understanding 2D Interfacial “Phases” to Help Decipher the Materials Genome and Beyond
Prof. Jian Luo, University of California, San Diego
Chen
12/08/20
 
Quantifying Properties of Liquid Nuclei
Prof. Christine Nattrass, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Timmins