Speaker: Philip Rodrigues Title: Towards precision measurements of neutrino oscillations Abstract: Neutrinos, the lightest massive particle in the Standard Model of particle physics, have been studied experimentally for over 50 years, yet many questions remain: What are the masses of the neutrinos, and why are they so small? Is the neutrino its own antiparticle? Do
Speaker: Prof. Bhupal Dev (Washington University, St. Louis) Title: Neutrino portal to new physics Abstract: Neutrinos have played a crucial role in our understanding of the Universe. In particular, the discovery of neutrino oscillations has provided a concrete evidence for the existence of some new physics beyond the Standard Model. However, given the lack of
Speaker: Peter L. Biermann
Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor Andrew Lemmon will give a talk on his work with precision timing.
3-Minute thesis competition
Senior graduate students from the Dept. of Physics & Astronomy will provide an overview of their research in 3 minutes.
UA Faculty Nobu Okada (Theoretical Physics) will discuss his research programs.
UA Faculty Georg Schwiete (Condensed Matter Physics) and Conor Henderson (Particle Physics) will discuss their research programs.
Faculty Interests Mini Colloquia by Jeremy Bailin and Igor Ostrovskiy
All grad students are required to attend this talk and discussion, which will introduce new grad students and clarify the department's expectations and requirements for new and continuing students.