SLAC Colloquium Series

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
5/13/1999 Gerard 't Hooft Professor, Utrecht University The Holographic Principle Abstract
1/25/1999 Helen Quinn SLAC  Who Decides What Science to Teach in California Public Schools? Abstract
2/1/1999 Nima Arkani-Hamed SLAC Large New Dimensions and Quantum Gravity Around the Corner Abstract
2/8/1999 Val Telegdi Caltech/CERN  Why did Arnold Sommerfeld never get the Nobel Prize? Abstract
2/16/1999 Matthias Neubert SLAC  A New Competitor in the Race for Direct CP Violation Abstract
2/22/1999 John Bahcall Institute for Advanced Study  Solar Neutrinos and Neutrino Oscillations Abstract
3/8/1999 Tony S. Johnson SLAC The Role of JAVA in High Energy Physics Abstract
3/15/1999 Nuala P. Ewins Stratigraphic Sciences, Chevron Geology in the Oil Business - Quenching the Thirst Abstract
3/20/1999 Harald Fritzsch Professor, Munich University The Problem of Mass for Quarks and Leptons Abstract
3/22/1999 Andreas Weber and Homer Antoniadis Hewlett Packard Labs, Palo Alto Microdisplays and their Applications and Organic Light-Emitting Diodes: a Novel Emissive Display Technology Abstract
3/27/1999 David Spergel Professor, Princeton MAP and the Emerging Standard Model of Cosmology Abstract
4/3/1999 Chris Quigg Fermilab Physics Opportunities in Fermilab's Futures [full talk PDF] Abstract
4/12/1999 James R. Fruchterman President and CEO, Arkenstone Adaptive Technology: Barrier Busting for People with Disabilities Abstract
1/11/1999 John Seeman SLAC PEP-II So Far Abstract
5/3/1999 Charles Beichman Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Cal Tech The Search for Habitable Planets Beyond the Solar System Abstract
8/23/1999 David Horn Professor, Tel Aviv University Neural Computing: A Meeting Point of the Physical and Life Sciences  Abstract
5/17/1999 Carl E. Wieman Professor, JILA and Department of Physics, University of Colorado Measurement of Parity Violation in Atomic Cesium: Particle and Nuclear Physics on a Tabletop Abstract
6/7/1999 Paul F. Kunz SLAC Bringing the Web to America  Abstract
6/28/1999 Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky Director Emeritus, SLAC Analysis and Discussion of the Cox Report on Chinese Intelligence Activities  Abstract
10/25/1999 Krishna Rajagopal Professor, MIT Exploring the QCD Phase Diagram Abstract
11/1/1999 Glennys Farrar Professor, NYU Astrophysics and Particle Physics: Complementary Tools and Unraveling a Paradox Concerning Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays  Abstract
11/15/1999 Daniel M. Kammen Professor, Energy & Resources Group, UC Berkeley Energy Technology R&D: A Policy Challenge Abstract
11/22/1999 Baruch Blumberg Director of Astrobiology Institute, NASA Ames Astrobiology Abstract
11/29/1999 Joseph E. Shepherd Professor of Aeronautics, Engineering and Applied Science, Caltech Aviation Safety and the Crash of Flight 800 Abstract
12/6/1999 Ted Lempert Assemblyman Education in California: A New Era Abstract
12/9/1999 Lev Okun Professor, ITEP Moscow  Mass, Photons, Gravity Abstract
12/13/1999 Emlyn Hughes Professor, Caltech The SLAC Fixed Target Program  Abstract
9/20/1999 Claudio Pellegrini Professor, UCLA  Galileo and the Phases of Venus - Transition from Mythology to Science Abstract
4/19/1999 Antonio Rangel Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford University A Map to the Debate on Social Security Reform Abstract
 
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