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January

AMO Faculty Search Committee Meets

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Venue:CP 220

The Atomic Molecular Optics faculty search committee will me to discuss the tenure track position offered by FIU.

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As we wrap up the final planning stages and begin the actual construction of the Stocker AstroScience Center (StASC), I would like to invite you to our Celebratory star party to be held on Friday, January 27, 2012, in CP 145 starting at 8:00 pm.

STAR PARTY

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Dr. James Webb Overview of the new Stocker Observatory Live Music Telescopes

February

Colloquium - Interaction of Laser Pulses with Plasmas

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Interaction of Laser Pulses with Plasmas Dr. Andrew Pearson Department of Earth Environment Florida International University The Department of Physics holds a joint Colloquia Series with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The colloquia cover a broad range of topics and are targeted at a general audience. All are welcome to attend.

Colloquium - Physical Analysis of the Hebrew Ostraca

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Physical Analysis of the Hebrew Ostraca Inscriptions of the First Temple Period Dr. Eli Piasetzky Tel Aviv University Israel The Department of Physics holds a joint Colloquia Series with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The colloquia cover a broad range of topics and are targeted at a general audience. All are welcome to attend.

Physics Instructor Search Committee meets

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Venue:CP 220

The Physics Instructor Search Committee meets today at 1:30 pm, 2/13/2012 to discuss the applicant pool. Please direct questions or comments to Professor Bone, who chairs the committee.

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Dr. Ramon Lopez University of Texas at Arlington Texas How does the solar wind drive magnetospheric convection?

Stocker AstroScience Center Groundbreaking

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FIU breaks ground on the Stocker AstroScience Center today. For more information please visit us at {a:http://astroscience.fiu.edu/}

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Dr. Alberto M. Marino Joint Quantum Institute National Institute of Standards & Technology & the University of Maryland "Quantum States of Light: from Generation to Applications in Quantum Information"

Colloquium - Exotic Hadrons at CERN COMPAS

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Dr. Murray Moinester Tel Aviv University Israel Exotic Hadrons at CERN COMPAS

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Dr. Adrienne Traxler Florida International University Miami, Florida Salt Fingering at High and Low Prandtl Numbers

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Colloquium Dr. Haibin Wu Duke University Durham, NC "Exploring the Thermodynamics and Hydrodynamics of a Universal Fermi Gas"

Physics Instructor Search Committee meets

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The Physics Instructor Search Committee meets today at 1:30 pm, 2/29/2012 to discuss the applicant pool. Please direct questions or comments to Professor Bone, who chairs the committee.

March

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James Vary Department of Physics Iowa State University Ames, IA Simulating Atomic Nuclei

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Angela R. Laird, Ph.D. University of Texas Health Science Center Department of Radiology San Antonio, TX Title: Identifying spatial topography and intrinsic connectivity of functional brain networks via neuroimaging and neuroinformatics techniques See supporting files for Abstract

AMO Faculty Search Committee Meets

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The faculty search committee will meet today at 4:15pm to discuss the candidates who have interviewed. All are invited.

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Colloquium: "Optical frequency combs and applications: coherent control of microwave, terahertz, optical regimes and beyond" Dr. Qudsia Quraishi Army Research Laboratory Adelphi, MD

Colloquium: Introduction to AdS/CFT with application to Heavy Ion Collision

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Colloquium: Introduction to AdS/CFT with application to Heavy Ion Collision Dr. Yuri Kovchegov Ohio State University

Talk: Circular Motion

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Talk: Circular Motion Dr. Andrew Meyertholen University of Redlands Department of Physics

Talk: The Sun & Circular Motion.

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Talk: The Sun & Circular Motion. Dr. Fiorella Terenzi Brevard Community College Department of Physics & Astronomy

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UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENT Florida International University University Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Defense

Talk: Simple Harmonic Motion & Kepler's Laws

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Talk: Simple Harmonic Motion & Kepler's Laws Dr. David Garofalo California State University, Northridge

Colloquium: Electron Transport at the Nanoscale

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Colloquium: Electron Transport at the Nanoscale Dr. An-Ping Li Oak Ridge National Laboratory Tennessee The Department of Physics holds a joint Colloquia Series with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The colloquia cover a broad range of topics and are targeted at a general audience. All are welcome to attend.

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The Department of Physics holds a joint Colloquia Series with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The colloquia cover a broad range of topics and are targeted at a general audience. All are welcome to attend.

April

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Colloquium: On the Rigidity Problems Associated with the Bottom of Spectrum of Laplace-Beltrami Operators and the Degenerate Monge-Ampere Equation

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The 2012 graduate student research competition will be held at 9:30-3:00 on Thursday, April 19 in CP 220. Attached PDF file is a detailed competition schedule. There are 11 students for the competition. Six of them will present their research at 9:30-12am, and the rest five students will present at 12:30-14:35. Award ceremony will be at about 5:00pm. In the ceremony, pizza and soda will be served.

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Robert W. Laird, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics St. Mary's University, TX Nuclear Synergy: The Interplay Between Nuclear Physics and Medicine

Sigma Pi Sigma Ceremony and Reception

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The Department is reviving its Sigma Pi Sigma Chapter after a few years in hiatus. Please join students and faculty for this important event and reception thereafter.

September

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UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENT Florida International University University Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Defense Abstract Angular Distribution of Prompt Photons Using The Compact Muon Solenoid Detector at �ãs = 7 TeV by Vanessa Gaultney Werner The study of the angular distribution of photon plus jet events in pp collisions at �ãs = 7 TeV with the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector is presented. The photon is restricted to the central region of the de

November

AMO Search Committee Meeting

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AMO search committee will meet in CP220 from 1 pm to 2pm, Nov 2 (Friday). The committee will evaluate the applicants and compile a list of the candidates for phone interviews.

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Doctoral Dissertation Defense Abstract The Nature of Microvariability in Blazar 0716+714 by Gopal P. Bhatta We organized an international campaign to observe the blazar 0716+714 in the optical. The observations took place from February 24, 2009 to February 26, 2009. The global campaign was carried out by observers from more that sixteen countries and resulted in an extended light curve nearly seventy-eight hours long. The analysis and the modeling of this light curve form the

Thesis Defense - Casey Neville

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Title: Improved Electronics for the Hall A Detectors at JLab: Summing Modules and VDC Amplifier/Discriminator Cards

December

AMO Search Committee Meeting

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AMO Search Committee Meeting