Graduate Introductory Seminars Fall 2019 Reference Page

Title: 
Graduate Introductory Seminars
Course Number: 
701
Instructor: 
Sridhara Dasu
Student Type: 
Graduate
Course Description: 
Designed to give new students an introduction to the broad range of modern research going on at UW Physics, and to help students find research opportunities in the department. Each week, faculty from each major research area will present their research in a seminar setting. The research areas will include selected topics both in theory and experiment from biophysics; atomic, molecular, and optical physics; plasma; condensed matter; quantum information and computation; high energy and nuclear physics; particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. Enroll Info: None
Prerequisites: 
Graduate/professional standing
Lecture Place and Time: 
F 12:05-12:55pm, 2223 Chamberlin Hall
Designations
Honors section available
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