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This year's lineup of colloquia is tabulated below. For colloquia in previous years, visit Past Colloquia.


2021-2022


Date and Time SpeakerTitleInstitution
September 21
2:30 pm
Scott MenaryProbing Fundamental Physics using Antihydrogen: Recent Results and Future Plans of the ALPHA Experiment at CERN
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York University
September 28
2:30 pm
Tanya ZelevinskyHigh-precision physics and chemistry with ultracold molecules
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Columbia University
October 5
2:30 pm
Janaki ShethInner ear dynamics as adaptive nonequilibrium steady state systems
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University of Pennsylvania
October 19
2:30pm
Various SpeakersNo Colloquium - Two-Minute Prof ParadeYork University
October 26
2:30 pm
Randy LewisUsing quantum computers to study quarks and gluons
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York University
November 2
2:30 pm
Julie Hlavacek-LarrondoNew results about the most massive black holes in the Universe
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University of Montreal
November 9
11:30am
Andrew PontzenA new approach to cosmological simulations
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University College London
November 16
2:30 pm
David CerdenoNeutrinos in dark matter experiments: Friends or foes?
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Autonomous University of Madrid
November 23
2:30pm
Kate AlexanderCosmic Extremes: Time-Domain Astrophysics in a Multi-Messenger World
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Northwestern University
November 30
2:30 pm
Samiya AlkhairyModeling the Mammalian Cochlea
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MIT
December 7
2:30 pm
Annika PeterA Halo Census With Galaxies And Light
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The Ohio State University
January 18
2:30pm
Alp SipahigilOptical Interconnects for Superconducting Quantum Processors
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UC Berkeley
January 25
2:30 pm
CancelledCancelledCancelled
February 1
2:30 pm
Cemile MarsanHunting Monster Galaxies in an Infant Universe
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York University
February 10
2:30 pm
CAP SEMINAR SERIES
Seyda Ipek
Why Are We Here? -- Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry Of The Universe
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Carleton University
February 15
2:30 pm
Dr. Jayanne EnglishCosmos and Canvas: Using Data Visualization to Explore and Communicate Your Science
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University of Manitoba
March 15
2:30 pm
John Eric GoffAerodynamics in the Beautiful Game
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University of Lynchburg
March 22
2:30 pm
Tien-Tien YuThe Search for Dark Matter: from theory to experiment and back again
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University of Oregon
March 29
2:30 pm
Cancelled Cancelled
April 5
2:30 pm
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