Condensed Matter Seminar Series


Welcome to the homepage for the Condensed Matter Physics Seminar Series hosted by the Department of Physics & Astronomy at Northwestern University. The Condensed Matter Seminar Series highlights a broad range of current research in experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics, including interdisciplinary research involving hard and soft condensed matter physics, atomic, molecular and optical sciences, and materials science. During the academic year the seminar meets weekly on Thursday afternoon at 4 pm in the Physics and Astronomy Department conference room, F235 in the Technological Institute, 2145 Sheridan Road on the Evanston Campus.

April 14 Professor Venkat Chandrasekhar
Northwestern University
Jim Sauls Coexistence of superconductivity and ferromagnetism in two dimensions
April 21 Professor Nandini Trivedi
Ohio State University
Anupam Garg Single and two-particle energy gaps across the disorder-driven superconductor-insulator transition
April 28 Professor Vladimir Fomin
Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, Dresden, Germany
Dmitriy Dikin Electron localization and the Aharonov-Bohm effect in non-uniform Möbius nanoring.
May 5 Dr. Peter Fischer
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Mike Bedzyk Magnetic Soft X-Ray Microscopy: A Path towards imaging magnetism down to fundamental length and time scales
May 12
Professor Egor Babaev
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Jim Sauls "Type-1.5" Superconductivity
May 19 Professor Bellave Shivaram
University of Virginia and Argonne National Laboratory
Jim Sauls Chemistry Adventures of a Physicist in a Physics Lab: Hydrogen Absorption in Nanomaterials
May 26 Professor Lance E. DeLong
University of Kentucky
John Ketterson R-Type Ferrites: Authentic High-TC Ferromagnetic Semiconductors