Faculty Lunches - 1st Tuesday of every month

Faculty Meetings - TBA

Weekly Seminars

If you have corrections/additions, please contact Beth An Nakatsuka

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Monday, May 22

Kadanoff Center Seminar
1:30 PM, Acc 211
Dimitri Feldman, Brown University
"T Particle-hole symmetry without particle-hole symmetry in the quantum Hall effect at ν = 5/2"

Statistics Department Seminar
4:00 PM, Eckhart 133
George Michaildis, Department of Statistics, University of Florida
"Regularized Estimation and testing for High-Dimensional
Multi-Block Vector Autoregressive Models and its Applications"

High Energy Physics / EFI colloquium
4:15 PM, ERC 401
Walter Gekelman, UCLA
"The collision of magnetic flux ropes, magnetic reconnection and non-local Ohm’s law"

Tuesday, May 23

Astronomy Colloquium
12:00 PM, ERC 161
No Seminar

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

James Franck Institute Colloquium
4:00 PM, GCIS W301
Mohammad Hafezi, Joint Quantum Institute, University of Maryland
"Topological Photonics: From classical to Quantum"

Wednesday, MAY 23

Computations in Science Seminar
12:15 PM, KPTC 206
Stuart Rowan, U of C
"Using Dynamic Chemistry to Access Stimuli-Responsive and Adaptive Materials"

Particle Theory Group Seminar
1:30 PM, Acc 211
No Seminar

Astronomy Colloquium
3:30 PM, ERC 161
No Seminar

3:00 PM , ERC 161
Camille Avestruz, U of C
"Automated Object Classification for Large Scale Future Surveys: A Strong Lensing Example with Machine Learning"


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

Physics Colloquium
4:00 PM, KPTC 106
Erez Berg, U of C

Geophysical Sciences Seminar
7:30 PM, HGS 176
No Seminar


12:00 PM, ERC 401
Niharika Sravan, Northwestern University
"Single and binary progenitors of 'partially stripped' supernovae"

Geophysical Sciences Seminar
2:00 PM, HGS 101
Neil Shubin, U of C
"Finding Your Inner Fish"

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

SATURDAY,  April 1-June 3 (No lecture May 27)

Arthur H. Compton Lectures
11:00 AM, KPTC 106
Lecturer: John Alison, EFI Postdoctoral Scholar
Topic: "How and Why to Go Beyond the Discovery of the Higgs Boson"