"Quantum Spin Ice Physics and Emergent QED in Pyrochlore Magnets"
Abstract: Different combinations of magnetic interactions and anisotropies relevant to magnetism on the pyrochlore lattice, a cubic network of corner-sharing tetrahedra, are known to lead to different exotic, and often disordered, ground states. One such state that has been of much topical interest is "spin ice". The elementary excitations within the spin ice ground state...
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, will present a lecture entitled “Iceland’s Clean Energy Economy- A Roadmap to Sustainability and Good Business” as part of the Foreign Policy Distinguished Speaker Series.
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT: Admission is by ticket only. Free tickets are available at the Einaudi Center (170 Uris Hall).
The event will be live streamed on CornellCast.
SECURITY: All attendees may be subject to search. Bags may not be allowed in the...
CU Winds; James Spinazzola, conductor. Join the Wind Symphony for a concert featuring the music of guest composer David Maslanka. Cornell cellist John Haines-Eitzen will be on hand for Remember Me, for cello and chamber ensemble, and the program will conclude with Maslanka’s powerful Fourth Symphony.
Ithaca's signature Latin dance party!
9:00pm Free Salsa & Bachata Dance Lesson.
9:45pm-1:00am Dance Party!
*DJ Michael Luis spinning the hottest Latin dance tunes: Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Timba, Salsaton, Reggaeton, Cha Cha Cha, Latin House, Vallenato and more.
*Salsa en Rueda de Casino Dance Demo.
*Live Percussion with Palante Drummers.
Complimentary snacks, upstairs lounge and outdoor patios.
18+ ID Required, $5 Students $6...
The Museum comes to life after dark, with a diverse range of student performances, food, a variety of art activities, and a chance to see our latest exhibitions. This is our biggest student event of the semester—don’t miss out! Hosted by the Museum Club and funded in part by SAFC and CUTonight.
PERFORMANCES (subject to change)
Shadows Dance Troupe at 9:15 p.m.
BASE Productions at 9:30 p.m.
Big Red Raas at 9:45 p.m.
FantAsia A Cappella at...
Americana Project, inspired by American folk music: guest composer-violinist-mandolinist Jennifer Curtis is in residence Nov. 20-23. This event is a community jam session with Ms. Curtis, violin/mandolin; Ariana Kim, violin; and John Haines-Eitzen, cello.
Guest ensemble: Los Angeles Piano Quartet. Pianist Xak Bjerken, violinist Mikhail Kopelman, violist Katherine Murdock, and cellist Steven Doane present Beethoven’s early Piano Quartet in C Major, WoO 36/3, Brahms’s G-Minor Piano Quartet, op. 25, and a new work by Christopher Stark, commissioned by the Fromm Foundation.
Cornell Chamber Singers; John Rowehl, conductor. Features Winter Sun: A Choral Symphony in C by Canadian composer John Burge and works by Minnesota composer Carol Barnett, including An American Thanksgiving.