Events will be listed on the calendar below once the schedule for the semester is finalized. All regular meetings will start at
6 pm on Thursdays in room 337 West Hall.
|Jan. 13||Board Game Night|
|Jan. 27||Fred Becchetti - Nuclear Physics and its Applications|
|Feb. 10||Christine Aidala - High Energy Physics and the Strong Force|
|Feb. 24||Brian Arbic - Oceanography|
|Mar. 10||Robert Deegan - Complex Systems |
|Mar. 24||David Lubensky - Pattern Formation|
|Apr. 7 ||Carolyn Kuranz - High Energy Density Laboratory Astrophysics|
preceded by SPS Board Elections
|Sept. 16||Mass meeting|
|Sept. 23||James Wells - Energy|
|Oct. 7||David Gerdes - Astrophysics|
|Oct. 21||CV & Personal/Research Statement Workshop- presented by Henriette Elvang|
|Nov. 4||Jennifer Ogilvie - Biophysics |
|Nov. 18||Special Joint Lecture with Linguistics Club - The Physiology of Speech|
|Dec. 2 ||Student Talks|
|Sept. 17||Mass meeting|
|Sept. 24||Xiaoming Mao- Condensed Matter|
|Sept. 26||Grad School Seminar- Myron Campbell|
|Oct. 1||CV & Personal/Research Statement Workshop- presented by Henriette Elvang|
|Oct. 8||Ryan Eustice- Robotics |
|Oct. 22||Tom Schwarz- Dark Matter detection|
|Nov. 5||Fred Adams- Fate of the Unvierse|
|Nov. 19||Robert Krasny- Computational Physics|
|Dec. 3||Student talks|
|Jan. 29 || Fred Becchetti - Nuclear physics - "Nuclear Physics: Inner Space to Outer Space"
|Feb. 12 || Christine Aidala - QCD
|Feb. 26 || Brian Arbic - Physical oceanography
|Mar. 12 || Poster Session
|Mar. 26 || Prof. David Lubensky
|Apr. 9 || Eric Bell- Aliens
|Apr. 23 || Elections and semester wrap-up
|| Mass meeting.
|| Grad School Orientation- presented by Myron Campbell.
|| Keith Riles- gravitational waves.
|| Grad Student Panel
|| CV & Personal/Research Statement Workshop- presented by Henriette
|| Jim Liu- physics of music.
|| Gordon Kane- Higgs boson.
|| Prof. Jennifer Ogilvie- biophysics.
|Nov. 12 [MON]
|| Student-led lecture on the Physics of Sound and Speech, partnered
with the Umich Linguistics Club.
|| Nuria Calvet- Astronomy
|| Student talks.
| Jan. 10
|| Junjie Zhu and Jim Liu spoke about the UM-USTC Research
| Jan. 24
|| Mark Newman gave a talk titled, "Epidemics, Kevin Bacon,
and the Internet: The Physics of Networks".
| Feb. 7
|| Aaron Leanhardt gave a talk titled, "Quantum Projection Noise,
Public Opinion Polls, and Your Two Cents".
| Feb. 21
|| Joel Bregman (astrophysics) spoke about missing baryonic matter in
| March 6
|| David Baker (philosophy) spoke about the many-worlds interpretation
of quantum mechanics.
| March 20
|| Greg Tarle spoke about CREST: the Cosmic Ray Electron Synchrotron
| Apr. 3
|| SPS board nominations
| Apr. 17
|| End-of-semester wrap-up, SPS board elections.
| Sept. 20
|| Brad Orr spoke about the physics department and physics degree
| Sept. 27
||Lecture:Mark Banaszak-Holl spoke about biophysics.
| Oct. 4
||Grad school workshop: Cagliyan Kurdak will be giving a talk
titled "What is Grad School All About?"
| Oct. 6
||Grad school workshop: Grad student panel Q&A and
| Oct. 11
||Lecture: Aaron Pierce spoke about Particle Physics.
| Oct. 13
||Grad school workshop CV & personal statement workshop.
| Oct. 25
||Lecture: Jeremy Bassis from the Atmospheric, Oceanic, and
Space Science (AOSS) department gave a presentation.
| Nov. 8
||Lecture: Jim Liu will talked about high energy physics.
| Nov. 15
||Lecture: Tim McKay discussed physics education.
| Nov. 29
||Lecture: Cagliyan Kurdak gave a talk about micro gas
| Dec. 13
||Student talks: Students presented about their own
Grad School Workshops
This semester, SPS is hosting series of grad school workshops. Slides from past presentations can be found on our resources
Besides being Planck's constant divided by 2π, h-bars are SPS social events! They can be movie nights, sports, picnics or anything SPS does just for fun. H-bars occur regularly throughout the school year and are planned by the social chair. For more information email email@example.com