Nov
1
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Nov 1 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Nov
8
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Nov 8 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Nov
15
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Nov 15 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Nov
21
Thu
Science Café @ PSB 160/161
Nov 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Our Universe: What Do We Know and How Do We Know It? (Hint: You Can See A Lot By Looking!)

Presented by Dr. MJ Soileau, University Distinguished Professor of Optics & Photonics, ECE & Physics, College of Optics and Photonics

Information and RSVP link can be found at: https://sciencescoscmsqa.smca.ucf.edu/cafe/

Networking, drinks, and appetizers will begin at 6:30 PM and the presentation will begin at 7:00PM. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Nov
22
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Nov 22 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Nov
29
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Nov 29 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Dec
6
Fri
Graduate Society of Physics Students (GSPS) Tea Time @ Physical Sciences Bldg., Atrium
Dec 6 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Graduate Society of Physics Students is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Tea Time this year! It’s our hope that these events will provide an avenue for students and faculty to take a much-needed break from their normal activities and spend some time getting to know other members of the UCF Physics community. Of course, there will be plenty of tea (possibly coffee as well) and light snacks, as is befitting of such a social gathering.

On behalf of the GSPS, I would like invite you to attend our first Tea Time event of the semester, which is scheduled for Friday, October 11, at 2:30 PM (immediately following the Physics Colloquium) in the PSB Atrium. Please come join us! Also, we would encourage you to pass along any thoughts, suggestions or concerns that you may have regarding this and future events.

Sep
23
Wed
2020-21 Biophysics Seminars @ https://ucf.zoom.us/j/96446717199?pwd=MEREai94dHozYVA1TEZWWlRlbnFDQT09
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The UCF Biophysics Group is resuming its seminar series for the 2020-2021 academic year.

The next seminar will be held on:

Wednesday, September 23, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST

Zoom Meeting 

Dr. Alfons Schulte, Professor, UCF Department of Physics, will present:

Formation and Growth of Mesoglobules across the Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) Coil-to-Globule Transition Revealed with Kinetic Neutron Scattering and Fast Pressure Jumps 

The flyer, with the abstract, is attached.

[Dr. Schulte Abstract-2020-09-23 Biophys Seminar]

 

Sep
24
Thu
Undergraduate Student Faculty Research Showcase @ Online
Sep 24 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Exposure to hands-on research experience is a vital component of undergraduate education, and the department strives to ensure that this is available to our Physics majors who may be interested in performing research with professors here at UCF, even during these difficult times. Join us on Thursday September 24, from 5pm-7pm, for a live 2 hour session to learn more about the research opportunities available in the groups in our Department, and a description for how interested students might get involved. The event will be held online.

If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact (Ahlam.al-rawi@ucf.eduWilliam.kaden@ucf.edutkaralidi@ucf.edu,  or Christopher.Bennett@ucf.edu) as soon as possible.  

 

Oct
7
Wed
Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis @ zoom
Oct 7 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

I would like to announce that the Renewable Energy and Chemical Transformations (REACT) Cluster at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in collaboration with the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society (AVS) and UCF-AVS student chapter is hosting a Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis. Prominent scientists from various universities, research centers, and industry conducting experimental and theoretical research in surface science and catalysis will be giving lectures every other week. The lectures are intended for an audience with a broad range of expertise, from undergraduate and graduate students to senior scientists.

Karsten Reuter, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Germany, Merging multiscale theory and data sciences to tackle operando energy conversion systems.

This series is free to all registrants, available through Zoom. Early registration is recommended as enrollment is limited to 300 participants. To register for the webinar, please fill out this online form: https://forms.gle/uDmoQpLEJWymAZ5TA. The registered participants will receive email updates as well as Zoom links to attend the webinars.

For additional questions please contact Dr. Mihai E. Vaida at mihai.vaida@ucf.edu.

Details about the talks will be posted soon on the following websites: https://www.avs.org/Chapters/Florida and https://www.ucf.avs.org/.