Physics Department

PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULE

PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULE
DATE/PLACE SPEAKER INSTITUTION TITLE HOST(S) NOTES
February 21, 2013
noon
SR 151  

Dr. P. Srinivasan Department of Mathematics, Cleveland State University Simple models of the honey bee nest-site selection process Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 15, 2012
noon
SR 255 - Biology Conference Room  

Dr. James T. Dakin Jim Dakin Consulting Inc. Changing Light Bulbs – the Physics and Technology of Incandescent, Halogen, CFL and LED Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
September 27, 2012
noon
SR 151  

Dr. John Turner II Cleveland State University, Chemistry Advances in High Fidelity Chemical Imaging Methodology Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
May 1, 2012
noon
SR 151  

Dr. James Lock Cleveland State University, Physics Rainbows in the Sky and in the Lab Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 12, 2012
noon
SR 151  

Dr. Julian Norley Senior Corporate Fellow, GrafTech International Holdings Inc., Parma, OH GrafTech International - 125 years of Carbon and Graphite Materials Science - from Arc Carbons to Smart Phones Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
March 6, 2012
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Chandra Kothapalli Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, CSU Neuroscience on a chip Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
September 28, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Jay Reynolds Research Astronomer for Cleveland State University, Director of Lakeland Astronomical Observatory H_73 at Lakeland Community College DAWN - Mission to visit asteroids Vesta & Ceres Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
September 8, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Evalyn Gates Executive Director, Cleveland Museum of Natural History Einstein’s Telescope: The Hunt for Dark Matter and Dark Energy? Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
March 31, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Julian M. Earls Nance College of Business Administration, NASA Glenn Research Center What are maximum permissible doses of radiation for radiation workers, and astronauts? What are doses of radiation to the general public?” Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
March 2, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Emily S. Nelson NASA Glenn Research Center A Brief History of Microgravity Science Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 16, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Boris Vayner NASA Glenn Research Center Spacecraft - Environment Interactions Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 3, 2011
noon
SI-117  

Brenda Marshall Wolfram Research, Inc, Champaign, Illinois Mathematica 8 in Education & Research Resnick,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 17, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Marc Russell and Melinda Osman Turning Technologies, Youngstown, Ohio The use of Turning Point student response technology to facilitate student learning Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 4, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Jonathan Selinger Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University Liquid Crystals and Rubber: Combining Scientific Fields for New Technologies Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 20, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Amir Poreh Department of Psychology, Cleveland State University Application of the Weibull Distribution Toward the Analysis of Neuropsychological Test Data Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 6, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Andrew Resnick Department of Physics, Cleveland State University Powers of 10: A celebration of the film by Charles and Ray Eames Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
September 20, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Timothy McCollum Lighting and Display Technologies, Rambus Inc. Introduction to Rambus Lighting and Display Technologies Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 27, 2010
noon
SI-117  

John Tatarko Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Cleveland State University Thermodynamics of Fluid-Phase Benzene Via Molecular Simulation Fodor, Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 20, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Deva O'Neil Department of Physics, College of Wooster How Many Higgs Particles Are Out There? Resnick,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 8, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Dr. George Walker Vice President of Research and Graduate Studies, Cleveland State University A Process for Improvement of Graduate Programs Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 23, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Robert Deissler Physics, Cleveland State University Dipole in a Magnetic Field, Work, and Quantum Spin Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 11, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Mr. Joseph C. Kolecki Nasa Glenn Research Center Exploration of Mars Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
January 26, 2010
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Chandralekha Singh Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh Closing the gap between what we teach and what is learned Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 18, 09
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Harsh Mathur Department of Physics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic Drip Paintings and Fractal Analysis Zurcher,Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 5, 09
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Jacqueline T. Chen Department of Neurosciences, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic Using Magnetic Resonance to Study Multiple Sclerosis Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 29, 09
noon
SI-117  

Prof. Bryon D. Anderson Kent State University, Physics The Physics of Sailing Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 1, 09
noon
SI-117  

David Zavagno Universal Medical Systems, Inc. AN X-RAY ODYSSEY: Applications of X-ray, CT Imaging in Science and Sports Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 16, 09
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Partha Srinivasan Department of Mathematics, Cleveland State University Higher-Order Effects in NMR of Solids Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
April 2, 09
noon
SI-117  

Dr. James Lock Professor, Physics Department, Cleveland State University Stuff in the sky, Stuff on the ground, And Why It's There Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Jan 29, 09
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Yan Xu Professor, Department of Chemistry, Cleveland State University Targeting DNA Base Excision Repair in Tumor Drug Resistance - An Application to Anti-Cancer Drug Analysis Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Nov 13, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Mano Singham Director, University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE), Case Western Reserve University The Copernican Myth and other scientific fables Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Oct 23, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Vasudeva Rao Aravind Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University Probing Nanoscale Properties of Multiferroic Materials Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Oct 2, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Majid Rashidi Mechanical Engineering Department, Cleveland State University Innovations and Challenges of Wind Energy Converter Machines Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Sept 11, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Sue Ramlo Department of Engineering & Science Technology, University of Akron Physics Education Research Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Apr 17, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Thomas Coffey General Electric, Nela Park Saving the World 1 Watt at a Time Kaufman,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Feb 7, 08
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Alper Buldum Physics Dept, University of Akron Atomic Scale Modeling and Simulations of Nanoscale Materials and Biomolecules Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Apr 26, 07
noon
SI-117  

Dr. Jim Andrews Departm,ent of Physcis and Astronomy, Youngstown State University Polymeric one-dimentional photonic crystals for plastic lasers and novel nonlinear optical devices Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
Mar 29, 07
12.00 noon
SI-117  

Siu-Tung Yau Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Applied BioMedical Engineering Program, CSU Bioelectronics, Molecular Electronics and Nanotechnology

Kaufman, Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 21, 07
12.00 noon
SI-117  

Robin L. B. Selinger Kent State University, Liquid Crystal Institute Rubber That Moves: Modeling Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
February 1, 07
12.00 noon
SI-117  

Peter L. Hoekje Baldwin-Wallace College, Department of Physics and Astronomy Bells and Whistles: The Physics of Musical Wind Instruments

Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 9, 06
12.00 p.m
SI-117  

Tom Oder Youngstown University, Department of Physics and Astronomy Improved Schottky Contacts on Wide Gap Semiconductors

Fodor,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
November 2, 06
12.00 p.m
SI-147  

Andy Resnick CWRU, Department of Physiology and Biophysics Possible role of the primary cilium as a flow sensor

Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 19, 06
12.00 p.m
SI-147  

Brian L. Davis, Ph.D. Department of Biomedical Engineering, Lerner Research Institute, CCF The Physics of Bone Loss

Streletzky,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 5, 06
12.00 p.m
SI-147  

Dr. Jeffrey Dyck John Carroll University, Physics Thermoelectric Materials: From Solid State Cooling to Harvesting Waste Heat

Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
September 20, 06
12.00 p.m
SI-147  

Dr. Andrew Lammers CSU, Department of Health Sciences Animal Locomotion

Zurcher,
Physics Department
Physics Colloquium
October 31, 05
12.00 p.m
SI147

 

Dr. Paul S.Russo LSU,Chemistry Department and Macromolecular studies Group Putting a speed gun on macromolecules:
What can we learn from how fast they go, and can we do something useful with that information?

COS,
Streletzky
Physics/Chemistry Joint Colloquium
October 27, 05
1.00 p.m
SI 117
David Ghosh University of Cologne, Germany Combined nucleation experiments on n-Nonane using a two valve expansion chamber and supersonic nozzle SPS,
Streletzky
Joint SPS/Physics Seminar
October 14- 15, 05
Cole Center, CSU
M.Kardar(MIT)
G.D.J.Phillies(WPI)
M.Dennin(UC Irvin)
J.Walker(CSU)
Fall - 05
OSAPS Meeting
2005 World Year of Physics Einstein Cnetennial
"From Brownian Motion to the Physiscs of Complexity "
Zurcher,Streletzky,
Kaufman
CSU,COS,OSAPS,
SPS
OSAPS/
AAPT/
SPS
Joint Conference
April 14
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr.K.A.Harper Ohio State University, Physics Expert - Novice Problem solving Research and its Instructional Implicatons Zurcher, Physics Department Physics Colloquium
April 8
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr.Leszek Gora Delft University of Technology, Netherland Sysnthesis and Integration of zeolite membrane in catalytic processes at different length scale Streletzky, Physics Department Physics Colloquium with Chemical Engineering Flavor
March 10
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr.Elizabeth K.Mann Kent State University, Physics Playing with monolayers: boundaries,shape, and dynamics Zurcher, Physics Department Physics Colloquium
February 10,
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr.Michael Crescimanno Youngstown State University,Physics Why bother improving at atomic clocks? Zurcher, Physics Department Physics Colloquium
December 2,04
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr.Gordon Aubrecht Ohio State University,Physics The 2003 Blackout: What happened, and was there any physics involved? Zurcher, Physics Department Physics Colloquium
October 21,04
12.00 p.m
SI 147
Dr. Fredy Zypman Yeshiva University,
New York,Physics Department
Friction as a self organized Critical Phenomenon Zurcher, Physics Department Physics Colloquium

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