Colloquium speakers address a range of fascinating topics intended for non-specialists and experts alike. The research seminars in nuclear, biophysics, astrophysics and other fields such as medical physics offer more in-depth presentation of topics at the cutting edge of research in physics.
The Biophysics Journal Club meets Fridays at 10:00 am in room 209 of Samson Hall, unless otherwise noted. Look for seminar times and locations in the announcements.
Nuclear seminars meet Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in room 101 of Corcoran Hall, unless otherwise noted.
In 2011 The Barry Berman Memorial Lecture Series was created by a generous gift by one of his dear collaborators and colleagues, Professor Cedric Yu, a faculty member at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Radiation Oncology. Professors Berman and Yu began collaborating in 2009 on an NIH funded project on dose-rate regulated tracking. The goal of the lecture series is to inspire young people to study medical applications of physics by inviting nationally and internationally prominent scientists to speak on applying physics principles to medicine.