Iodinated Contrast Agents: Clinical Pharmacology, Uses, and Adverse Reactions: A Primer for the Non-radiologist

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Dr. Jeffrey Pasternak, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his article appearing in the April 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, where he describes the science and techniques behind contrast imaging medications emphasizing risks, side effects, and best practice options. Available at:
http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(12)00253-4/fulltext

Local Photo-reorientation of a Liquid Crystal Using a Laser Focused on an azo Dye-based monolayer

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Yue Shi gives a talk at the LC2CAM conference about the properties of DMR Azo-SAM and its use on liquid crystals, and the local reorientation of liquid crystals.

Nanoimprint Alignment of Liquid Crystals

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Youngwoo Yi gives a talk at the LC2CAM conference about nanoimprint alignment of LC in terms of uniform alignment, bistability, and hemeotropic alignment.

Continuation angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy and the study of the high T c superconductors

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Juan Campuzano discusses pseudogap, superconductors, and temperature. He also mentions ground state, momentum dependence, and how to know the q's origin.

Introducion to angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy and the study of the high T c superconductors

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Juan Campuzano talks about high Tc superconductors and what makes them so interesting as well as the science of them. Properties of electrons with angle resolved photoemission and pseudogap are also looked at.

Dynamical Mean Field Theory Inspired Approaches

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Eduardo Miranda gives a bird's eye view of dynamical mean field theory inspred approaches. He talks about the physical idea, achievements and current challenges with the original DMFT method. Then he talks about the extentions of the original method suc

Quantum Hall Effect 3

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Claudio Chamon discusses recent developments unanswered questions in the quantum hall effect, such as in fractional statistics and integer statistics, and implications for quantum computing. He will talk about ways to investigate these topics through exp

Quantum Hall Effect 2

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Claudio Chamon discusses fractional charges of electrons and how electrons would look in a lower dimention universe.

Quantum Hall Effect 1

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Claudio Chamon descusses the quantum hall effect from the point of view of metrology, a possible new, more accurate, SI standard for resistance, and some new ideas in condensed matter physics.