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Celebrating Applied Physics, Featuring Steven Chu

January 19, 2018

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Rudder Complex
Rudder Complex, 401 Joe Routt Blvd,
College Station, TX 77840 United States
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Celebrating Applied Physics, Featuring Steven Chu
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The Hagler Institute for Advanced Studies and the The Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University are pleased to present, “Celebrating Applied Physics, Featuring Steven Chu” at the Rudder Forum on the campus of Texas A&M University from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 19, 2018.

The event will feature presentations from prominent physicists and scientists, including two presentations from Steven Chu on “Science and Technology Challenges in Mitigating Climate Change Risks” at 9:30 a.m. and “Nanotechnology Applications in Biological Imaging, Air Filtration” 4:10 p.m. 

Full Schedule

9:00 AMCoffee/Light Breakfast
 Rudder Exhibition Hall 2
9:20 AMWelcome
 John Junkins (HIAS Director) and Marlan Scully (IQSE Director)
9:30 AMScience and Technology Challenges in Mitigating Climate Change Risks
 Steven Chu, Stanford University
10:30 AMAffordable Isotope Production at the Pointsman Foundation
 Mark Raizen, University of Texas
11:00 AMH atoms in solid H2: To BEC or not to BEC
 David Lee, TAMU
11:30 AMLunch
12:30 PMDynamical Control of the Resonant Interaction: Towards new x‐ray sources
 Olga Kocharovskaya, TAMU
1:00 PMTERS in biology and electrochemistry
 Dmitry Kurouski, TAMU
1:30 PMBiosensing with Nanodiamonds and Other Nonbleaching Particles
 Philip Hemmer, TAMU
2:00 PMLaser Thermogenetic Stimulation and Quantum Thermometry of Single Neurons
 Aleksei Zheltikov, TAMU
2:30 PMBreak, Rudder Exhibition Hall 2
3:00 PMApplying Molecular Coherence to Biophotonics
 Alexei Sokolov, TAMU
3:30 PMWhispering‐gallery‐mode Microresonators and Their Applications
 Lan Yang, Washington University, St. Louis
4:00 PMWelcome and Comments on Bio‐Physical Engineering
 Michael K. Young, President, TAMU
4:10 PMNanotechnology Applications in Biological Imaging, Air Filtration
 Steven Chu, Stanford University