Keynote Speakers: Heinrich Jaeger (University of Chicago) and Nicola Spaldin (University of California Santa Barbara)Presented by the Condensed Matter Physics Discussion Group
Reported by Trevor David Rhone | Posted July 6, 2011
The biannual Gotham-Metro Condensed Matter Meeting gathers physicists from New York City and its surrounding areas. The Gotham-Metro meeting, hosted by the New York Academy of Sciences is a student-organized conference that was established to foster and strengthen the bond between graduate students and faculty in the area of condensed matter physics for the many institutions in the New York area. The meeting has keynote speakers from both soft and hard condensed matter physics, as well as student oral and poster presentations.
The Fourth Gotham-Metro Condensed Matter meeting, held November 2010, featured keynote speakers Nicola Spaldin of the University of California, Santa Barbara and Heinrich Jaeger of the University of Chicago. Six students from the New York area gave oral presentations, and many more students gave poster presentations. The day's festivities ended with an interactive discussion with five panelists—well-known professors and research scientists—on the hot topics in condensed matter physics.
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Presentations available from:
Cory Dean (Columbia University)
Sriram Ganeshan (Stony Brook University)
Heinrich Jaeger, PhD (University of Chicago)
Yuliang Jin (City College of New York)
Nan Lin (Columbia University)
Anil B. Shrirao (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Nicola Spaldin, PhD (ETH Zürich)
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