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MLPNS | Convolutional NN 2 & Physics Informed NN

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MLPNS probability and statistics 3 - NHRT

Null Hypothesis Rejection Testing

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Physics Colloquium

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Physics Colloquium

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Physics Colloquium

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Physics Colloquium

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Manipulating the Electrical and Optical Properties of Van der Waals Quantum Materials by Static and Dynamic Strain | Luis A Jauregui, May 11, 2022

Topological order and materials have been at the center of attention in condensed matter physicsand engineering. Topological materials, a new quantum state of matter, are a family of quantummaterials…

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Chemically functionalizing low-dimensional quantum materials with a focus on quantum dots as a system of charge frustration | Tamar Mentzel, UC-Riverside, April 27 2022

Low-dimensional materials provide an opportunity for discovery of new physics because ofenhanced quantum effects and increased correlations. As their properties are heavily influencedby their…

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MMA: Probing Compact Objects with Cosmic Particles - Ke Fang 2021, Shakti P. Duggal award winner

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Weak lensing with the Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey – and beyond! | Rachel Mandelbaum, CMU, April 13 2022

Weak gravitational lensing is one of the most sensitive probes of the growth of structure inthe Universe, and is therefore a key part of the cosmological community's program forunderstanding…

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Physics Admissions metrics and the promotion of graduate student success | Dr. Ben Zwickl, RIT, 3/3/2022

Physics graduate education is changing due to a variety of factors, including the interdisciplinary nature of research, a desire for greater diversity and inclusion within physics, and increasing…

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A multimessenger view of the ultra-high-energy | UniverseRafael Alves Batista, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2/23/2022

The origins of the most energetic particles in the Universe has been a long-standing puzzle. In the quest to identify their sources, it is essential to understand how these particles are…

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Hunting for Galactic PaVatrong | Shuo Zhang, Bard College, 2/21/2022

Cosmic rays with energies up to a few PeV (10^15 PeV) are believed to be of Galactic origin. However, after a century since the discovery, the origin of Galactic cosmic-rays still remains a mystery.…

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meV to PeV: the Search for Nu Physics | Sepencer N. Axani. MIT 2/16/2022

Speaker:Spencer N. Axani, MITAbstract:Determining if the neutrino is its own antiparticle is one of the most pressing questions inmodern day elementary particle physics. It has far reaching…

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The Intersection between Cosmic Rays and Particle Physics with IceCube | Dennis Soldin, University of Delaware, 2/14/2022

Cosmic rays are charged particles that enter the Earth’s atmosphere where they in-teract with air molecules at energies of more than 10 times the center-of-mass energy at the Large Hadron…

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Chasing the Ghost Particle: Neutrino Astronomy at the South Pole | Brian Clark, MSU 2/9/2022

Neutrinos, tiny ghostlike particles billions of times lighter than atoms, areunique messengers to the cosmos. They are created under exceptionalcircumstances— from the nuclear fusion of the…

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