Speaker: Sukanya Chakrabarti (University of Alabama, Huntsville) Title: Towards Precision Measurement of Dark Matter Abstract: For more than a century now, our inference of the mass distributions (including dark matter)
Speaker: Jason Terry (University of Georgia) Title: Analyzing Planet Forming Environments with Deep Learning Abstract: Protoplanetary discs - the birthplaces of planets - offer unique opportunities to advance our theories
Holographic complexity proposals are interesting because, on one hand, they express universal properties of black hole interiors and, on the other, they go beyond the area-centric view on quantum gravity. Prof. Heller will talk about recent progress in that area.
Speaker: Hansung Gim (Montana State/ University of Alabama) Title: Exploring the submillimeter properties of the black hole in Henize 2-10 Abstract: It is well known that massive black holes (BHs)
Prof. Sundrum, famous for his work on extra-dimensions (Randall-Sundrum model) is going to talk about cosmology and unification.
Speaker: Jamileh Beik Mohammadi (Loyola University) Title: Spintronics: Research and Education Abstract: From a small electric motor or a cellphone in a village in Alabama to Voyager, space stations, and
Speaker: Kun Wang (Mississippi State) Title: Probing and Controlling Quantum Transport and Energy Conversion at the Molecular Scale Abstract: Molecules - the smallest unit of matter - have been playing
Speaker: Dr. Yi Lin (Columbia University) Title: Photoelectron Eyes on Equilibrium and Light-Driven Quantum Material Abstract: What could happen when light meets with quantum materials? And how to discover new
Speaker: Dr. Yu Li (Argonne National Laboratory) Title: The Pursuit of Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Materials- a Perspective from Interaction, Geometry and Symmetry Abstract: Discovering and investigating emergent phenomena in
Speaker: Dr. Marzieh Kavand of Ohio State University Title: "Studying Spin Physics in 2D Materials and Organic Semiconductors for Spintronics and Quantum Systems Applications" Abstract: Atomic size defects in solid-state