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Physics & Astronomy

College of Arts & Sciences

Fall 2019 Seminar

Except when noted, all Fall 2019 Seminars were at 4 PM on Monday in Brown 265

Monday September 9: Isaiah Cox (ETSU), `Direct Dark Matter Detection via Scintillating Crystals'
     AND Taylor Dennis (ETSU): `A Search for Mirror Neutrons'

Monday Sept 16: Bronson Lynn (ETSU) :
                `The Correlations between the Right Handed W Boson and Leptoquark Searches'
   AND Peter Wagstaff (ETSU):
               `Set-up and Characterization of a Magneto-Optical Trap of RB-87'

Monday Sept 30: Alina Aleksandrova (University of Kentucky): 'A Cryogenic Search for the Neutron Dipole Moment at the Spallation Neutron Source'

Monday October 7: Nicole St-Louis (University of Montreal): Learning About the Lives of Massive Stars from their Spectacular Nebulae

Friday October 18: Stephen Reynolds (North Carolina State University):  `Recent Observations of Supernovae Remnants and Pulsar-Wind Nebulae with Chandra' ---
NOTE: this is Friday October 18 at 12:30 PM in Brown 262.  

Monday October 21: Morgan Pattison (Solid State Lighting Services, Inc): LED Lighting, Skyglow, and Sleep

Monday October 28:  Pragati Pradham (MIT/Kavli): SFXTs versus Classical SgXBs: Does the Difference Lie in the Companion Wind?

Monday November 4: Beverly Smith (ETSU): `Hot Gas in Galaxy Mergers'

Monday November 18: Frank Hagelberg (ETU): `Reading and Writing with Spins'

Refreshments will be served at 3:45 PM in Brown 265

For more information about the seminar, contact Dr. Donald Luttermoser at

For the 4 PM talks, refreshments will be served at 3:45 PM. 

Last updated: 1/16/2020 B.J. Smith


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