Syllabus

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September 5, Vitaly Vanchurin, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The Universe Before and After The Big Bang"

September 12, Daniel Schubring, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Cosmic Strings and String Fluid"

September 19, Richard Gran, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The neutrino oscillation industry"

September 26, Karl Kaess, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Current Future Neutrino Experiments"

October 3, Alec Habig, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS)"

October 10, Sergei Katsev, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Stratified Lakes as Reaction-Transport Systems"

October 17, Jay Austin, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Observations of near-inertial waves in Lake Superior"

October 24, Michael Johnson, Seagate Technology, "Aurora and hard disc drives: Using physics to play at large and small scales"

October 31, Bruce Peckham, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The dynamics of z^2+c and some nearby maps of the plane"

November 7, Ahmed Heikal, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Biophysics: Using Physical Principles to Solve Biological and Biomedical Problems"

November 14, Joe Wivoda, National Rural Health Resource Center, "How my UMD Physics Training Paid Off"

November 21, John Hiller , University of Minnesota Duluth, "The Higgs Boson Has Fleas"

November 28, Thanksgiving

December 12, Jon Maps, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Condensed Matter Physics - Scratching the Surface"