Unless noted otherwise, seminars take place on Tuesdays at 1:15 p.m.
in Room 1116, IPST Building 085.
This seminar is organized by Professors Michelle Girvan, Christopher Jarzynski and John D. Weeks. Please send suggestions for speakers to Teri Schuler, tschuler at umd.edu.
For further information, contact:
Professor Christopher Jarzynski, cjarzyns at umd.edu (301)-405-4439
Professor John Weeks, jdw at @ipst.umd.edu (301)-405-4802
Professor Michelle Girvan, girvan at @umd.edu (301)-405-1610
Professor Lisa Manning, Syracuse University
Low-frequency excitations in jammed particulate matter
Mr. Ang Gao, UMCP
How do long-ranged interactions affect hydrophobic hydration and association: An LMF Study
Dr. John Biddle, Harvard University
Asymmetry in Assisted Loading: A Signature of Energy Expenditure?
Professor Derek Paley, UMCP
Data-driven modeling of collective behavior in animal groups
Dr. Michael Zwolak, NIST
Thermodynamic cycle of catalytic nanoparticle morphology driven by carbon nanostructure growth
Professor Chris Jarzynski, UMCP
Connecting thermodynamics to statistical mechanics in the strong system-environment coupling regime
CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW
Dr. Jocelyn Rodgers, Maret School
Modeling Water and Ion Solvation using Multipoles
Dr. Ben Machta, Princeton University
Dr. Vivek Prabhu, NIST
Dr. David Ross, NIST
Professor Mikhail Anisimov, UMCP