The colloquia are given weekly by distinguished UChicago physicists and invited speakers. The presentation is aimed at all levels of physicists, from undergraduates to senior scientists.
Time: Thursdays, 3:30 PM CDT (current recordings posted Friday on the event's page)
Location: KPTC 106
Small Reception: immediately following lecture
Rooms for Department guests lodged at the Quadrangle Club are billed directly to the Department of Physics. (Government employees whose travel expenses must be paid by their agency may pay for their room and associated expenses using most credit cards or a personal check.) Reservations for colloquium speakers' accommodations have been made at the Quadrangle Club for each Wednesday and Thursday night throughout the academic year. Please report your lodging requirements to your faculty host as soon as possible and at least ten days before your colloquium.
You will receive an email to submit all travel documents to Tiffany Kurns. Please upload all receipts as a PDF. If you have any questions about travel reimbursement, please contact Tiffany Kurns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UChicago Comptroller's Policies for Receipts
- Transportation - Please send a copy of your receipt for your coach/economy air ticket. Coach airfare is the Comptroller's reimbursement standard. First or business class travel must be pre-approved by the PSD Dean's office.
- Hotel - Physics colloquium speakers normally stay at the Quadrangle Club, and expenses are billed directly to the Department. Any speaker staying at another hotel may be reimbursed in accordance with the University's travel policy about lodging, which specifies receipt requirements and other details.
- Other Expenses - Any travel expenses to/from UChicago including airfare, cab and travel meals are reimburseable. Any additional expenses must be discussed with Tiffany Kurns. Original charge card receipt or other receipt is required for any item $75 or more.
- Lost Receipts - Should you misplace any of your original receipts, please indicate this on your travel log (or in your cover letter) and add a statement that you will not receive reimbursement from any other source.
October 5, 2023 -Hidden Order in Amorphous Material: From gravitational wave detectors to topological materials
Frances Hellman, University of California, Berkely
October 12, 2023 -Statistical Mechanics of Collective Behavior
Theirry Mora, CNRS
October 19, 2023 -Hunting for Heavy Dark Matter in 2020s
Luca Grandi, University of Chicago
October 26, 2023 -The Quantum world of massive mechanical objects
Yiwen Chu, ETH Zurich
November 2, 2023 - Orbital angular momentum of light and quantum particles
Charles Clark, University of Maryland
November 9, 2023 - Attoelectronvolt Spectroscopy in the Search for Teraelectronvolt New Physics: Thirty Orders of Magnitude in Leverage from Lepton Dipole Moment Experiments
Eric Cornell, University of Colorado
November 16, 2023 - Exploring Turbulence: A Personal Journey through Critical Behavior, Anomalous Scaling, and Data-Driven Approaches
Luca Biferale, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
January 18, 2024 - No Strain, No Gain: Modifying Transport in 2D Materials by Engineering Strain
Nadya Mason, University of Chicago, PME(Dean)