Colloquia are scheduled as follows:

2:30-3:30 pm
Room 317, Petrie Science and Engineering Building

This year's lineup of colloquia is tabulated below. For colloquia in previous years, please look here.


January 7
Nienke van der Marel
A look into the birth cradles of planets with ALMA: signatures of planet formation in protoplanetary disk
University of Victoria
January 14
Alexey Grinin
High Precision Direct Frequency Comb Spectroscopy in UV
Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics
January 21
Sayeh Rajabi
Quantumness in Biological Systems
York University
February 4
Claudiu Gradinaru
Integrative Modelling of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
York University
February 11
Lyndsay LeBlanc
Exploring quantum technologies using ultracold quantum matter
University of Alberta
February 27
Katie Mack
Dark Matter: A Cosmological Perspective
North Carolina State University
March 3
Saeed Rastgoo
A glimpse of quantum gravity
and quantum black holes
York University
March 10
Juliette Mammei
Testing the Standard Model at
the Precision Frontier
University of Manitoba
March 17
Ketevi Assamagan
Searches for Dark Sector states in Exotic
Higgs Boson decays at the LHC
Brookhaven National Laboratory
March 24
Suresh Sivanandam
University of Toronto