1. Spin and Pseudo-Spin in Graphene

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    Graphene, a single atomic layer of graphite, has been provided physicists opportunities to explore an interesting analogy to the relativistic quantum mechanics. The unique electronic band structure…

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    • The Co-Evolution of Galaxies and Black Holes: A Local Perspective

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      I will summarize our current understanding of the formation and evolution of galaxies and supermassive black holes, and emphasize the underlying relationship between these two populations. I will…

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      • Colloquium: The Future of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

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        I describe plans for the next-generation Sloan Digital Sky Survey, to begin in July 2014, and which consists of three programs, APOGEE-2, MaNGA and eBOSS. APOGEE-2 will use both the Sloan Foundation…

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        • The Radon EDM Experiment

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          Dr. Tim Chupp University of Michigan A permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) of a particle or system would arise due to breaking of time-reversal (T), or equivalently charge-conjugation/parity…

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          • The Galactic Ecosystem: connecting internal structure with formation history

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            Dr. Rachel Somerville Rutgers University The Galactic Ecosystem: connecting internal structure with formation history It has long been known that galaxies' internal structure is connected…

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            • Spinors, Strings and Superconductors: Challenges of a new era in Condensed Matter Physics

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              Dr. Piers Coleman Rutgers University Physics thrives on the strong convection of ideas between the lab and the cosmos, yet each new generation of physicist is surprised as it rediscovers the forgotten…

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