Colloquium Schedule Spring 2002


All talks are at 4:15 PM in Harriman 137. Refreshments start at 3:45 PM.


Last updated on 02/11/02

Date Speaker Tentative Topic Institution
29-Jan. Claude Cohen Tanoudji Simon Lecture: "Atoms and Photons - From optical pumping to matter waves" ENS and College de France
5-Feb. Alexei Tsvelik quasi-1D physics BNL
12-Feb. Meigan Aronson Strongly Correlated Electrons Near T=0 Phase Transitions University of Michigan
19-Feb. Chris Jacobsen "X ray microscopy: from complex organic systems to (maybe) single molecules" SUNYSB
26-Feb. J. C. Sťamus Davis Solid State/Imaging TBA U.C. Berkeley
5-Mar. Trolle Linderoth TENTATIVE STM of aminoacids Arhus
12-Mar. Andrea Ghetz Black Hole in the center of the Galaxy UCLA
19-Mar. Melissa Shell Technology Challenges: Innovative and Affordable Solutions. (EUV lithography) Intel
26-Mar. Spring Break
2-Apr. Willis Lamb Sir R. R. Shaw Lecture U. Arizona
9-Apr. Stewart Smith B-Bbar CP Princeton
16-Apr. Sally Dawson The Physics Case for a Linear Collider BNL
23-Apr. John Parise What high pressue can do for you? Geo-Sciences, SUNYSB
30-Apr Paul Hickson Liquid Mercury Telescopes University of British Columbia
7-May Graduate Achievements

Colloquium schedule Fall 2001