Seminars Series

2018-2019 Seminar Schedule

The Optical Sciences seminar  will start at 12:30pm, held in 4138 Physics Research Building. Light refreshments available shortly before seminar.

The Quantum Information seminar will start at 2:00pm, held in 1080 Physics Research Building. Light refreshments available shortly before seminar.

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Seminar and steering committee: Lou DiMauro, Dan Gauthier, Robert Baker, Ron Reano

2019 Spring Semester

Date

Speaker

Title

11-Jan

 

No Seminar

18-Jan

Igor Adamovich (OSU College of Engineering)

Laser Diagnostics for Measurements of Electric Field and Excited Metastable Species in Nonequilibrium Plasmas and Reacting Flows

25-Jan*** will be held in 1080 PRB

Michael Hatridge (University of Pittsburgh)

Qubit measurement with two-mode squeesed light

1-Feb

No Seminar

 

8-Feb

Luke Bissell (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Solid state materials strategies for quantum information

15-Feb

No Seminar  

22-Feb

No Seminar

 

1-Mar

No Seminar

 

8-Mar

No Seminar

 

15-Mar

No Seminar

Spring Break

22-Mar

 

 

29-Mar

Burcin Bayram (Miami University)

"Time-Resolved High-Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy with Energetic Sodium Molecules"

5-Apr

Eric Rowell (Texas A&M)

Mathematical Problems in Topological Quantum Computation

12-Apr

Carlo Samson (Miami University)

Playing Around with the Coldest Thing in the Universe using Laser Beams

19-Apr*** Note will be held in 4138PRB at 12:30pm

Gurudev Dutt (University of Pittsburgh)

 

26-Apr

Samir Bali (Miami University)

Quest for cold atom ratchets to simulate bio molecular motors

3-May Karthik Vishwanath (Miami University)

Quantifying Optical Coefficients of Turbid Media using Diffuse Optics

 

2018 Autumn Semester

Date

Speaker

Title

30-Aug

Ruggero Caravita (CERN)

Advances towards pulsed antihydrogen production for a first antimatter gravity ement in the AEGIS experiment

21-Sep

Dan Gauthier (Ohio State, Physics)

Introduction to Quirk – a tool for simulating quantum computers

5-Oct

No Seminar Scheduled  

12-Oct

No Seminar Scheduled   

19-Oct

Imran Mirza (Miami University) Few-photon quantum optics with cavities, emitters and waveguides

26-Oct

Chris Ball (Ohio State, ECE)

Development of Submillimeter Wave Sensor Systems

2-Nov

Dan Gauthier (Ohio State, Physics) Introduction to Quirk, Part II

9-Nov

 

No Seminar

16-Nov

Nurul Islam (Ohio State, Physics) A brief introduction to quantum key distribution

23-Nov

 

Thanksgiving Break

30-Nov

 

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