Faculty Lunches - 1st Tuesday of every month

Faculty Meetings - TBA

Weekly Seminars

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Monday, FEBRuary 26

Geophysical Sciences Seminar
12:30 PM, HGS 176
Rebecca Jackson, Oregon State University
"Plume dynamics at the ocean-glacier interface"

Kadanoff Center Seminar
1:30 PM, PRC 201
Vedika Khemani, Harvard University

Statistics Department Seminar
4:30 PM, Eckhart 133
Garvesh Raskutti, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Variable Selection Using Presence-Only Data with Applications to Biochemistry"

Particle Physic Seminars & EFI COLLOQUIUM
4:00 PM, PRC 201
Miguel Arratia, University of California Berkeley
"Analyzing jets emitted from Bose-Einstein confensates with insights from particle physics"

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 27

Astronomy Colloquium - Chalk Talks
12:00 PM, ERC 501
No Seminar

Physics Tea Time
KPTC 206
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

James Franck Institute Colloquium
4:00 PM, GCIS W301
Toshikaze Kariyado, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba
"Designing Topological States in Graphene with Nano Holes"

Wednesday, FEBRUary 28

Computations in Science Seminar
12:15 PM, KPTC 206
Michelle Driscoll, Northwestern University
"Mind the gap: a cascade of instabilities created by rotating beads near a floor"

Particle Theory Group Seminar
1:30 PM, PRC 201
Anna Ijjas, Columbia University
"Cosmology without a Big Bang"

Astronomy Colloquium
3:30 PM, ERC 161
Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz, University of California, Santa Cruz
"Heavy element synthesis in the Universe "

3:30 PM , ERC 161
No Seminar


Physics Tea Time
KPTC 206
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Physics Colloquium
4:00 PM, KPTC 106
Vincenzo Vitelli, U of C
"From LEGO to Active Fluids"


12:00 PM, ERC 401
No Seminar

Geophysical Sciences Seminar
2:00 PM, HGS 101
Patrick Boehnke, U of C
"Getting more out of geochemical data: from the Hadean to the Pleistocene"

Physics Friday Lecture
4:00 PM, KPTC 106
No Lecture

SATURDAYS,  March 31-June 2 (No lecture May 26th - Memorial Day weekend)

Arthur H. Compton Lectures
11:00 AM, KPTC 106
Lecturer: Andrew Mastbaum, Grainger Postdoctoral Fellow
Topic:  The Physics of Neutrinos: Progress and Puzzles