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No Physics Colloquium
Friday, March 1
All day
Small Hall, Room 111
    Spring Break
    Saturday, March 2 - Sunday, March 10
    Small Hall, Room 111
      No Physics Colloquium
      Friday, March 8
      All day
      Small Hall, Room 111
        Travis Scott Horrom, Physics Dissertation Defense
        Thursday, March 14
        2pm
        Small Hall, Conference Room 122
        Title: Experimental Generation and Manipulation of Quantum Squeezed Vacuum via Polarization Self-Rotation in Rb Vapor"
          No Physics Colloquium
          Friday, March 15
          All day
          Small Hall, Room 111
            Physics Seminar
            Tuesday, March 19
            3:30pm
            Small Hall, Room 122
            Speaker: Daniel Hernandez (ICTP) Title of Talk: "An elementary approach to lepton mixing from discrete symmetries"
              Physics AMO Seminar
              Wednesday, March 20
              3pm - 4pm
              Small Hall, Room 122
              John Behr, TRIUMF, Canada Title of Talk: Atom traps, beta decay and wrong-handed neutrinos
                No Physics Colloquium
                Friday, March 22
                All day
                Small Hall, Room 111
                GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
                  Saturday Morning Physics: "Guesstimation" (Prof. Larry Weinstein, ODU)
                  Saturday, March 23
                  11am - 12pm
                  Small Hall, Room 111
                  Why don't we all drive electric cars? Does it matter if you don't recycle that plastic water bottle? How can we answer these questions without relying on experts? This talk by Larry Weinstein will cover the principles of estimating.
                    Condensed Matter/Math Seminar
                    Monday, March 25
                    3pm - 4:30pm
                    Small Hall, Room 122
                    Mikio Nakahara, Kinki University, Higashi-Osaka, Japan Title of Talk: "ABC of NMR QIP"
                      Dissertation Defense - Ilker Tunc
                      Thursday, March 28
                      12pm - 4pm
                      Sadler Center, James room
                      Applied Science PhD candidate- ILKER TUNC "Epidemic models on adaptive networks with network structure constraints"
                        Physics Colloquium
                        Friday, March 29
                        4pm - 5pm
                        Small Hall, Room 111
                        Dr. Morgan Mitchell, Institute of Photonic Sciences Barcelona, Spain Title of Talk: "Squeezing of light and atoms in atomic instruments"