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Events During the 2021 Spring Semester

January 2021

   Wednesday, January 20th
Christopher Yip, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Optical Dipole Trapping, Narrow-line Cooling, and Single Atom Observation of Holmium Atoms
3:00 pm, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/7861387402, hosted by Mark Saffman, Faculty Advisor
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February 2021

   Friday, February 26th
Gabriel Jaffe, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Thermal Transport Across Interfaces, Two-Dimensional Materials, and III-V Ternary-Alloy Superlattice
12:00 pm, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/94109262267?pwd=Y0FrbklUdWRoa21weVp4dS83WjNvdz09, hosted by Mark Eriksson, Faculty Advisor
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March 2021

April 2021

   Thursday, April 1st
Benjamin Hokanson-Fasig, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Exploring the Use of Signal Envelopes for Neutrino Detection with In-Ice Radio Arrays
4:00 pm, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/95938566630?pwd=MEdVRFVXYTcxc1lKbWtXLzlhQ1BwUT09, hosted by Kael Hanson, Faculty Advisor
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   Wednesday, April 14th
Torrin Bechtel, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Stellarator Beta Limits with Extended MHD Modeling Using NIMROD
1:00 pm, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/91321209265?pwd=ekRmNEt0alNvOHMrVWVnTXhZRXVCQT09, hosted by Chris Hegna, Faculty Advisor
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JP Dodson, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Overlapping Aluminum-Gate Quantum Dots for Valley-Orbit Based Qubits in Si/SiGe
4:00 pm, https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MGQ3ODlmN2UtYjRhZC00ZmEzLWFkNmQtOWM2NTAwNDUwN, hosted by Mark Eriksson, Faculty Advisor
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   Tuesday, April 27th
Thomas McJunkin, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Heterostructure Modifications, Fabrication Improvements, and Measurement Automation of Si/SiGe Quantum Dots for Quantum Computation
9:00 am, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/96050486034?pwd=VlU2VHp3NmVSdkhMalNuRGw5eFZ4QT09, hosted by Mark Eriksson, Faculty Advisor
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Vanessa Lopez Barquero , Physics PhD Graduate Student
The Role of Chaos and Magnetic Fields in the Cosmic Ray Anisotropy
3:00 pm, https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/98775530388?pwd=MTd6V0VxRGZxUGNSQ1N0VzVmZnRXZz09, hosted by Francis Halzen, Faculty Advisor
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May 2021