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- Physics Colloquium – “Measuring Non-Equilibrium Quantum Dynamics with Trapped-Ion Crystals” September 18, 2018
John Bollinger NIST Abstract: Benchmarking quantum dynamics is a challenge as the system size grows. I will qualitatively discuss how we can engineer quantum magnetic interactions and perform quantum …
- Van Tuyl Lecture: Travis Swanson, Rice University September 20, 2018
Travis Swanson, Rice University 241 Berthoud Hall, 4PM Topic: Exploring the Morphodynamic Response of Coastal Barriers to Sea-Level Rise along the Texas Gulf Coast Abstract: The Texas portion of the G …
- Shell Seminar Series – Controlling Controlled Release to Make Medicine That Imitates Life September 21, 2018
Dr. Steven Little of the University of Pittsburgh will present his talk on “Controlling Controlled Release to Make Medicine That Imitates Life”
- PE Distinguished Seminar Series: Transport Mechanisms for Oil Shale and Implications for the Solvent Huff’n-Puff Process September 21, 2018
Dr. Russell Johns Penn State University, Visiting Scholar at Colorado School of Mines Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) by solvent injection offers significant potential to increase recovery from shale oil …
- Research Seminar: Lee Alston September 21, 2018
Today, the notion that “institutions matter” is broadly accepted. Scholars have generated a rich literature on the causes and effects of institutions spanning from the micro to the macro level. The pi …
- Edgar Mine to serve as lab for underground robotics research
The Edgar Experimental Mine in Idaho Springs has long been a unique underground laboratory for future engineers, providing valuable experience to those being trained to find, develop and process natur …
- Hydrate membranes offer new approach to purify natural gas
A pair of Colorado School of Mines professors has been awarded $300,000 by the National Science Foundation to design a new kind of membrane that uses gas hydrates to purify natural gas. Moises Carreo …
- 3 Mines graduate students to conduct research at DOE labs
Three Colorado School of Mines students have received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to conduct part of their graduate thesis research at DOE national laboratories. Natalie Seitzman, Natha …