Squishy Physics

Due to the current high number of COVID-19 cases and the resulting Harvard policies, we are canceling the Squishy Physics seminars for the remainder of January.

If cases go down significantly, we hope to be able to go back to our regular schedule in February. Stay tuned for updates.
Karla, Bobby and Thomas










Squishy Physics & Pizza Seminar Series

When: Wednesday Evenings at 6pm. Pizza served after the talk.

Where: Room 301, Pierce Hall, 29 Oxford St, on the Harvard Campus. Directions and parking instructions are here.

What: These talks are informal, with emphasis on new results and ideas, rather than polished presentations. The Squishy audience members typically include soft matter scientists, physicists, engineers, chemists, and biologists.  The goal is to stimulate discussion with the audience.  Talks are typically about 45 minutes long, with lots of questions along the way.

Pizza: Only the finest! 

How to join the weekly Squishy Physics mailing list: please visit the Signup Page.

Parking: Metered parking is available on Oxford Street.  Speakers, please contact Matthew Zahnzinger to obtain a parking permit.  

Squishy Physics is sponsored by the Cabot Corporation, Dean Cherry Murray and the Weitz Research Group.

If you have comments or suggestions or would like to give a talk, please contact Karla Ilic Durdic, Bobby Haney or Thomas Litschel.

Here is the upcoming schedule