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Volume 16, Issue 13 (January 18, 2010)
Events happening this week in the physics and astronomy department.
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January 27 (Wednesday) 3:10-4:10pm, Olin 04
Join Andrew as he gives the first comps talk of the year on "The Thermodynamic Cost of Forgetting". Everyone is invited to attend.
January 20 (Wednesday) 3:10-4:20pm, Olin 04 At the request of the Department Curriculum Committee, Physics & Astronomy faculty will be giving a series of talks on there current research interests and projects. The final talks in the series will be given by Liz, Joel and Cindy. All physics interested students are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served!
January 21 (Thursday) noon-1pm, LDC Class of '51 Dining Room
Join Physics & Astronomy students, faculty and staff for lunch at the LDC. Special topic for discussion this week will be faculty research as a followup to the recent series of talks on faculty research.
January 21 (Thursday) noon-1pm, Mudd 171
Anyone interested in David Kim-Shapiro's talk (see description below) is invited to join the chemists for Journal Club. They'll get together over lunch to discuss Daniel Kim-Shapiro's work. The paper to read can be found here.
February 22 (Friday) 3:30-4:30pm, Olin 04
Daniel Kim-Shapiro, CC physics '84, who is currently working at Wake Forest University will give the Chemistry Department seminar "Nitric Oxide Bioavailability in Health, Disease and Therapeutics". All are invited to attend.