Research Conference

The Research Conference meets every Friday morning, when classes are in session, from 9:15-10:15 a.m. in room 214 Mudd. Faculty presentations take place during the fall semester and graduate student presentation take place during the spring semester.

Fall 2017 Coordinator: Renata M. M. Wentzcovitch
 

9/15/17
Latha Venkataraman, Solid State Physics
“Single-Molecule Circuits with Inorganic Clusters”
&
Kyle Mandli, Applied Mathematics
"Computational Approaches to Storm Surge"

9/22/17
Renata Wentzcovitch, Materials Science & Engineering
“Ab initio simulations of planet forming minerals”
&
Nanfang Yu, Solid State Physics
"Flat Optics"

9/29/17
I. Cevdet Noyan
, Materials Science & Engineering
"Saint Venant’sPrinciple and its implications for Diffraction Strain Analysis"
&
Marc Spiegelman
, Applied Mathematics
"The ENKI project: integrating computational thermodynamics and geodynamics"

10/6/17
Lorenzo Polvani, Applied Mathematics
"Seasonal weather prediction for the North Atlantic and Eurasian sectors: disentangling El Nino from stratospheric sudden warmings"
&
Alexander Gaeta, Solid State Engineering
"Quantum Random Number Generation Using Nonlinear Photonics”

10/13/17
Yuan Yang
, Materials Science & Engineering
"Visualization and Rational Design of Electrolyte for Advanced Energy Storage"
&
Inigo Urteaga, Applied Mathematics
"The multi-armed bandit: from slot-machines to medicine"

10/20/17
Katayun Barmak, Materials Science & Engineering
"Interconnects Beyond Cu"
&
Irving Herman
, Solid State Physics
"Nanomaterials, Optics, and the TBoH"

10/27/17
Aron Pinczuk, Solid State Physics
“Artificial Semiconductor Nanostructures”
&
Simon Billinge, Materials Science & Engineering
"Materials have a genome? Who knew? And who cares?"

11/3/17
J. Thomas Vaughan, Biomedical Engineering in the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute 

“MR research at Columbia”
&
Oleg Gang, Solid State Physics / Chemical Engineering 

“Self-Assembled Nanoscale Systems: from Designed Phases to Targeted Functions”

11/10/17
Donsub Rim, Applied Mathematics
"Model reduction for hyperbolic problems: towards fast prediction of inundation patterns"
&
Adam Sobel
, Applied Mathematics
"Tropical intra-seasonal oscillations"

11/17/17
William Bailey, Materials Science & Engineering
&
Daniel Bienstock
, IEOR/Applied Mathematics
"Variance-reduction in electrical transmission"

11/24/17
No seminar (Thanksgiving Break)

12/1/17
Michael Tippett, Applied Mathematics
"Changes in the statistics of U.S. tornado reports"
&
Andrew Cole, Plasma Physics
"Boundary layers, shape, and tokamak stability"


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Research Conference History


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