Welcome to Utah Valley University for Four Corners 2014!
October 17th &18th

The Utah Valley University Department of Physics is pleased to welcome attendees from the Four Corner States and other parts of the US to its first APS Four Corners Section Meeting. This meeting is geared towards students. We hope you enjoy hearing talks from a variety of fields in physics and meeting Dr. John Hall, a Nobel Laureate. 



Utah Valley University
New Science Building
800 West University Parkway
Orem, Utah 84058


Meeting Poster

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ABSTRACTS: Unless you have been explicitly contacted and you submitted your abstract online, your submission HAS BEEN ACCEPTED and you will be giving an oral or poster according to what you selected as your preference. We apologize for the delay in sending notifications.


REGISTRATION: Online registration is now closed. On-site registration/badge pickup will be available Thursday, October 16 from 6:00-8:00 p.m., Friday, October 17th beginning at 7:45 a.m., and Saturday, October 18th beginning at 8:00 a.m.”



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Banquet Speaker, Dr. Margaret Kivelson, “From outer space to the ocean floor: Magnetic fields in the solar system”

Student Luncheon with Nobel Laureate, Dr. John Hall

Industrial Panel luncheon


Plenary Speakers


       Dr. John Hall, NIST/JILA/CU-Boulder, "Applications of The Optical Frequency Comb”

       Dr. Richard Ellis, Caltech, "Cosmic Dawn: Searching for the First Galaxies"

       Dr. Victor Klimov, LANL, "Quantum Dots with Engineered Interfaces for light-emitting diodes"

       Dr. John Spence, ASU/LBNL,"Imaging Molecular Machines with an X-ray Laser"

       Dr. Dennis Parker, U of U, "Developing technology for MRI guided high-intensity focused ultrasound"

      Dr. Paul Grant, IBM/EPRI, "From electrons paired to electric power delivered- A personal journey in research and applications of superconductivity at IBM, EPRI, and beyond"


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