Upcoming Events

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 2:00pm
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Learn about the path-breaking research conducted by graduate students and postdocs at Duke in these 6-minute TEDx-style talks. These talks are one of the many events during Duke Research Week 2021. Register to join at dukeresearchweek.vfairs.com. Please contact the Office of Research at research-... read more about Graduate Student Sloan Scholars and Postdoc Talks »

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 3:30pm
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Whether interested in simulating dynamical interactions of fundamental particles or otherwise implementing a large-scale quantum computation, the field theoretic framework of spatially distributed quantum degrees of freedom is invaluable. By leveraging their natural capacity to describe highly... read more about TNT Colloquium: Entanglement Structures in Quantum Fields: Quantum Simulation to Effective Field Theories [Duke Virtual] »

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 3:30pm
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"Entanglement Structures in Quantum Fields: Quantum Simulation to Effective Field Theories" Whether interested in simulating dynamical interactions of fundamental particles or otherwise implementing a large-scale quantum computation, the field theoretic framework of spatially distributed quantum... read more about TNT Seminar: Entanglement Structures in Quantum Fields: Quantum Simulation to Effective Field Theories »

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 - 12:00pm
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Advances in machine learning (ML) are making a large impact in many disciplines, including materials and computational chemistry. A particularly exciting application of ML is the prediction of quantum mechanical (QM) properties (e.g., formation energy, bandgap, etc.) using only the composition or... read more about "Assessing the reliability of machine learning models in predicting properties of solid-state materials " »

Thursday, January 28, 2021 - 11:45am
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Quantum Computers for Research Speaker: Christopher R. Monroe, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Physics Building Next Generation Quantum Computers Speaker: Jungsang Kim, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering This webinar is one of the many events during Duke... read more about The Duke Quantum Center »

Wednesday, February 10, 2021 - 12:00pm
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** Please note this event begins at 12:00 noon. ** "How Much Does Your Lunch Contribute to Climate Change, and What Can We All Do About It?" I have been studying dark matter and dark energy for the last 20 years, but when my kids started school I started to think about our own planet in the next... read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: How Much Does Your Lunch Contribute to Climate Change, and What Can We All Do About It? »

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 3:30pm
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Title and abstract forthcoming. Please join via Zoom. Contact Cristin Ryman with any questions. read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: Margaret Gardel »

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 3:30pm
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Title and abstract forthcoming. Faculty host: Joshua Socolar read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: Xiaoming Mao (University of Michigan) »

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