Spitzer Physics Seminars

The department of physics seminar series is intended for a general audience. Unless otherwise noted, seminars will be held in South Science 149 from 12:00 - 1:00 on Friday afternoons. Snacks and refreshments will be served starting at 11:45.

Our seminars series is made possible by the generous support of Mr. Mathew Spitzer.

Winter 09 Seminar Series

Solar Cells Made from Goo (Click to view abstract)

2/13/09

Dr. Rich Barber Santa Clara University

Medical and Industrial Uses of Electron Linear Accelerators (Click to view abstract)

1/30/09

Dr. Stanley Johnsen Varian Medical System, Palo Alto, CA

Eye on the Sky - Infrared Astronomy and ATV-1 'Jules Verne' (Click to view abstract)

1/16/09

Rene Jacome CSUEB Physics Major

Fall 08 Seminar Series

Potential disasters from quantum black holes being produced at the LHC CERN Labs (Click to view abstract)

11/07/08

Dr. Piero Nicolini University of Trieste & I.N.F.N & CSU Fresno

National Security Asset Tracking Using Ultra Wide Band RFID (Click to view abstract)

10/24/08

Saied Haddad CSUEB Physics Major Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Gobal Security

Measuring the Cross-Section of Alignment Exchange in Two Isotopes of Rubidium (Click to view abstract)

10/10/08

Eric Bahr CSUEB Physics Major

Sensitivity Optimization of an Atomic Magnetometer Based on Nonlinear Optical Rotation (Click to view abstract))

10/10/08

Srikanth Guttikonda CSUEB Physics Major

Spring 08 Seminar Series

Extrasolar Planet Observing at Fresno State's Campus Observatory

4/4/08

Fred Ringwald CSU Fresno

Ripples in Spacetime: A New Window on the Universe. (Click to view the Abstract)

4/25/08

Dr. Beverly Berger National Science Foundation

Time Symmetry vs. Quantum Mechanics (Click to view the Abstract)

5/2/08

Ken Wharton San Jose State University

Winter 08 Seminar Series

Galileo & Einstein were wrong? Spinning balls fall slower?

1/11/08

Dr. William Pezzaglia CSU East Bay

Fall 07 Seminar Series

Spin-orbit interaction and the search for the persistent spin helix (Click to view the Abstract)

11/02/07

Dr. Chris Weber Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Industrious Physics: optical coherence tomography of the human eye, and other things you can do with a physics degree (Click to view the Abstract)

11/09/07

Dr. David Landuis Carl Zeiss

SPS Organized Seminars

An exploration, through entertaining demonstrations, of physics phenomena.

11/16/07

Dr. Jill Johnsen CSU East Bay

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