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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Vol. 45 No. 35
PMA Seminar Calendar
May 22 - 26, 2017

MONDAY, May 22
High Energy Physics Seminar, 4 pm, 469 Lauritsen
"Confronting CPT and Equivalence Principle with Cold Trapped Antihydrogen," Makoto C. Fujiwara, TRIUMF
Astronomy Tea Talk, 4 pm, 312 Cahill
"Turbulent and Multiphase Gas in halos of galaxies: clues for galaxy evolution," Pierre Guillard, IAP, CNRS & University of Paris
Condensed Matter Physics Seminar, 4 pm, 114 E Bridge
"The forces that keep our cells alive," Ahmed Wylie, Cal State Fullerton

TUESDAY, May 23
LIGO Seminar, 1 pm, SCR, 351 W Bridge
"A surrogate model of numerical relativity waveforms for generically precessing binary black hole mergers," Jonathan Blackman, TAPIR group, Caltech
IQI Seminar, 3 pm, 107 Annenberg
"Hyper-invariant tensor networks and holography," Glen Evenbly, University of Sherbrooke
Graduate Student Arithmetic Geometry Seminar, 3 pm, 153 Sloan
"Introduction to Rapoport-Zink Spaces III: Local Models," Zavosh Amir-Khosravi, Department of Mathematics, California Institute of Technology
Carnegie Observatories Seminar, 4 pm, Carnegie Observatories, 813 Santa Barbara St., William T. Golden Auditorium
"A double take on stellar population and spectral synthesis," Dr. J. J. Eldridge, University of Auckland
Dix Planetary Science Seminar, 4 pm, 365 S Mudd
"Orbital Characterization of Exoplanets with the Gemini Planet Imager," Jason Wang, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley

WEDNESDAY, May 24
Logic Seminar, 2 pm, 159 Sloan
"A direct solution to the Generic Point Problem," Andy Zucker, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University
IPAC Seminar, 3:47 pm, LCR Morrisroe
"The Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey, Automated," Jason Wang, UC Berkeley
Astronomy Colloquium, 4 pm, Hameetman Auditorium, Cahill
"The Structure of Gaseous Halos Around and Between Galaxies," Eliot Quataert, UC Berkeley
Noncommutative Geometry Seminar, 4 pm, 151 Sloan
"Etudes for the Inverse Spectral Problem," Nikolai G. Makarov, Department of Mathematics, Caltech

THURSDAY, May 25
Physics Research Conference, 4 pm, 201 E Bridge
"The Physics of Soft Particles," Henriette Elvang, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Michigan

FRIDAY, May 26
High Energy Theory Seminar, 11 am, 469 Lauritsen
"TBA," Thomas Dumitrescu, Harvard University
High Energy Theory Seminar, 1 pm, 469 Lauritsen
"Complexity in Holographic Theories and QFT," Robert Myers, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
TAPIR Seminar, 2 pm, 370 Cahill
"TBA," Alyson Brooks, Assistant Professor, Astronomy Department, Rutgers University
Special Chemical Physics Seminar, 2 pm, 153 Noyes
"A Multi-dimensional Approach to Track Molecular Dynamics at Extreme Scales," Elad Harel, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Irving M. Klotz Professor, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University
Geometry and Topology Seminar, 3 pm, 153 Sloan
"Degenerations of Goldman's coordinates along neck pinches for convex real projective structures," John Loftin, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Rutgers University

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