SLAC Colloquium Series

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
6/1/1998 Kenji Hakuta Stanford University The Problem of Bilingual Education in California Abstract
2/2/1998 Saul Perlmutter LBNL Measurements of the Cosmological Parameters Omega and Lambda from Supernovae Abstract
2/9/1998 Peter Lepage Cornell Lattice Gauge Theory and Its Applications to B Physics Abstract
2/23/1998 Peter Sturrock Stanford Apparent Periodicity in the Solar Neutrino Flux Abstract
3/9/1998 Robert Semper The Exploratorium The Role of the Exploratorium in Science Education Abstract
3/16/1998 Hasan Padamsee Cornell RF Superconductivity for the Next Generation of Accelerators: Opportunities and Challenges Abstract
4/6/1998 Lucy Shapiro Stanford Genetic Engineering and the Infectious Desease Threat Abstract
4/13/1998 Francesco Venneri Los Alamos Accelerator-Driven Transmutation of Waste and Its Implications Abstract
4/20/1998 Mark D. Levine LBNL Can the US reduce carbon emissions: how much, at what cost and over what time frame? Abstract
4/27/1998 Ron Ruth SLAC The Route to the Energy Frontier: A New Kind of Two Beam Accelerator Abstract
5/11/1998 Mark Strikman Penn State Color Transparency -- Using the Nucleus as a Resolving Tool in QCD Abstract
1/12/1998 Dale Meade Princeton Plasma Physics Lab Magnetic Fusion - What Next? Abstract
5/26/1998 William Perry Stanford Preventive Defense - A Security Strategy for the 21st Century Abstract
12/7/1998 Krishna Kumar Professor, Princeton University Parity Violating Electron Scattering: First Results from Jefferson Laboratory Abstract
6/15/1998 Hu Side President,China Academy of Engineering Physics Past, Present and Future of the China Academy of Engineering Physics Abstract
6/22/1998 Catherine Jay Didion Executive Director, Assoc. for Women in Science Climbing the Scientific Career Ladder: Strategies for Success Abstract
7/20/1998 Tatsuya Nakada Professor, CERN LHCb Experiment: A Large Hadron Collider Beauty Experiment for Precision Measurements of CP Violation and Rare Decays Abstract
8/5/1998 Luciano Maiani Director-elect, CERN Neutrino Masses and Oscillations Abstract
9/14/1998 Zvi Bern Professor, UCLA Feynman Diagrams the Easier Way in QCD and in Gravity Abstract
10/5/1998 Giorgio Gratta Professor, Stanford Neutrinos from Earth and Heaven: Upcoming Science from KamLAND Abstract
10/12/1998 David Kaplan Professor, University of Washington Physics for the Farsighted: Effective Field Theory From Blue Skies to the Nucleus Abstract
10/19/1998 Claudio Pellegrini Professor, UCLA X-ray Free-electron Lasers: the 4th Generation Light Sources Abstract
11/9/1998 Stephen Fodor President, Affymetrix Gene Chips and Their Future Applications Abstract
11/16/1998 Jean Deken SLAC Preserving the History of Science - The Role of the SLAC Archives Abstract
11/23/1998 Karl van Bibber LBNL A Large-scale Search for Dark Matter Axions Abstract
5/18/1998 Phil Burrows Oxford Confronting the Standard Model: An A-Z0 of SLD's Physics Program Abstract
 
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