A fundamental challenge in materials physics is to understand the microscopic
underpinnings of various physical phenomena. In this regard, in the first part of my talk,
I will discuss how colloidal suspensions have emerged as an ideal system to probe
generic condensed matter phenomena in real-time and space. In the second half, I will
discuss our research using binary colloidal suspensions, to unravel the mysteries of
glass transition and deformation. I will conclude by discussing our ongoing efforts to
develop experimental active colloidal system to investigate non-equilibrium active
Stop by to light a candle with a hope, prayer or intention. Battery tea lights will be provided, to be lit and set on the war memorial. Polished stones carved with inspirational words will be offered to take with you and hold on to. Join us in creating this symbol and wish for more light in the world.
Sunset Gathering at 4:41pm. Drop-in candle lighting between 4:30-7pm. Additional candles will be available after 7pm. Hosted by Religious and Spiritual Life.
Whether you're an experienced meditator or brand new to the practice, whether you identify as Buddhist or are just curious about the teachings, come join us to slow down, relax, and gain self-awareness tools. Sessions include guided meditation and discussion. New topic each week. Focused toward students, with faculty and staff welcome.
Please click here for the Zoom link. For more info please email interim Buddhist Advisor Harrison Blum (email@example.com).