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Week of October 2, 2022

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Monday, October 3rd, 2022
12:00pm 1:00pm
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RSI Research Seminar

Resnick Sustainability Institute Research Seminar
3:45pm 4:45pm
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Inorganic-Electrochemistry Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
Epitaxial Electrodeposition of Ordered Inorganic Materials: from Transparent Hole Conductors to MOFs
Jay A. Switzer, Chancellor"s Professor; University of Missouri Curators' Distinguished Professor Emeritus; Senior Investigator, Materials Research Center, Department of Chemistry, Missouri University of Science and Technology,
3:45pm 4:45pm
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Inorganic-Electrochemistry Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
Epitaxial Electrodeposition of Ordered Inorganic Materials: from Transparent Hole Conductors to MOFs
Professor Jay A. Switzer, Chancellor's Professor; University of Missouri Curators' Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemistry and Materials Research Center, Missouri University of Science and Technology,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Astronomy Tea Talk

Online and In-Person Event
The Transient Universe: Compact Objects Near and Far
Brendan O'Connor, The George Washington University / University of Maryland College Park,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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H.B Keller Colloquium

Multiscale Inverse Problem From Schrödinger to Newton to Boltzmann
Qin Li, Associate Professor, Mathematics Department, University of Wisconsin - Madison,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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High Energy Physics Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
Dark sector visible signals in neutron star mergers
Gustavo Marques Tavares, University of Maryland,
Tuesday, October 4th, 2022
4:00pm 5:00pm
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DIX Planetary Science Seminar

A Deep Dive into Hot-Jupiter Atmospheres: What High-Resolution Spectroscopy Can Teach Us About Their Formation and Evolution
Aurora Kesseli, Research scientist at the NASA Exoplanet Science Institute at IPAC/Caltech, IPAC, California Institute of Technology,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Ulric B. and Evelyn L. Bray Social Sciences Seminar

Reputation and Capture: Limits of the Administrative Presidency
Lindsey Gailmard, Graduate Student, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Caltech,
Wednesday, October 5th, 2022
10:00am 12:00pm
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PhD Thesis Defense

Engineering and rapid prototyping with biology in extreme conditions
Joseph Meyerowitz, Graduate Student, Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics,
2:00pm 3:00pm
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Special TAPIR Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
One ring to rule them all
Pratik Wagle, Graduate Student, Yunes Gravity Theory Group, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Astronomy Colloquium

Direct Imaging of Extrasolar Planets
Bruce Macintosh, Professor of Physics, Stanford University,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Environmental Science and Engineering Seminar

Rainbands of the SouthEast Asian Summer Monsoon
Inez Fung, University of California Berkeley,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Materials Science Research Lecture

Superconductivity, Strong Correlations, and Flat Electronic Bands in (un)-Twisted Graphene Multilayers
Stevan Nadj-Perge, Assistant Professor, Applied Physics and Materials Science, Caltech,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Ulric B. and Evelyn L. Bray Social Sciences Seminar

Estimating Social Network Models with Missing Links
Arthur Lewbel, Barbara A. and Patrick E. Roche Professor of Economics, Boston College,
Thursday, October 6th, 2022
11:00am 12:00pm
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Mechanical and Civil Engineering Seminar

Thermo-Mechanics of Granular Materials: Experiments and Simulations
Alessandro Rotta Loria, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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LA Probability Forum

Furstenberg entropy spectrum of stationary actions
Tianyi Zheng, Department of Mathematics, UCSD,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Physics Colloquium

Online and In-Person Event
Towards a theory of strange quantum metals
Senthil Todadri, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
5:00pm 6:00pm
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LA Probability Forum

Percolation on finite transitive graphs
Philip Easo, Department of Mathematics, Caltech,
6:00pm 7:00pm
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Friday, October 7th, 2022
12:00pm 1:00pm
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High Energy Theory Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
The black hole interior from non-isometric codes and complexity
Chris Akers, MIT,
12:00pm 1:00pm
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IQIM Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
The black hole interior from non-isometric codes and complexity
Chris Akers, MIT,
2:00pm 3:00pm
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Chemical Physics Seminar

The development and evolution of CO2 capture solvents: Learnings from theory and experiment, and application to Direct Air Capture
Roger Rousseau, Physical Sciences Directorate, Chemical Sciences Division, Oakridge National Laboratory,
Vassiliki-Alexandra Glezakou, Distinguished Scientist, Computational Sciences and Mathematics Division, Oakridge National Laboratory,
2:00pm 3:00pm
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Number Theory Seminar

Variants of Lehmer's Conjecture on Ramanujan's tau-function
Ken Ono, Department of Mathematics, University of Virginia,
2:00pm 3:00pm
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TAPIR Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
No peaks without valleys: (what) can we learn from features in the mass distribution of merging binary black holes?
Lieke van Son, Graduate Student, Department of Astronomy, Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian,
3:00pm 4:00pm
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GALCIT Colloquium

Microplastics at the ocean surface: waves, turbulence, and particles
Michelle DiBenedetto, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington,
3:00pm 4:00pm
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High Energy Theory Seminar

Online and In-Person Event
Words to describe a black hole
Ying-Hsuan Lin, Harvard University,
4:00pm 5:00pm
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Geometry and Topology Seminar

Blowing up and down with knot traces
Kai Nakamura, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas, Austin,
Saturday, October 8th, 2022