SLAC Colloquium Series

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
6/26/2000 Heidi Schellman Prof.,Northwestern Univ. Neutrino Factories Abstract
1/31/2000 Lincoln Wolfenstein Professor, Carnegie Mellon CP Violation: Standard Model, Superweak, or a Combination ?  Abstract
2/17/2000 Rocky Kolb Professor, Fermilab & Univ. of Chicago Seeds of Cosmic Structure: Quantum Fluctuations in the Primordial Soup Abstract
2/22/2000 Mitch Begelman JILA Are Black Holes Fussy Eaters ?  Abstract
2/28/2000 Robert J. Full Professor, Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley Biological inspiration: from many legged locomotors  Abstract
4/10/2000 Raman Sundrum Stanford The Hierarchy Problem, Extra Dimensions and Gravitational Resonances at Colliders Abstract
4/17/2000 Stirling Colgate Los Alomos Nat. Lab. The origin of the Magnetic Fields of the Universe and the Galactic Black Hole Accretion Disk Dynamo Abstract
4/24/2000 Geoffrey B. West Santa Fe Institute and Los Alamos National Laboratory The Tree of Life: The Origin of the Universal Scaling Laws in Biology from Molecules and Cells to Whales Abstract
5/1/2000 Gordon Shaw Professor Emeritus, UC Irvine Music Enhances Learning: Keeping Mozart in Mind Abstract
5/8/2000 John A. Turner National Renewable Energy Lab. Renewable Energy Systems Abstract
5/15/2000 Sid Drell Professor, SLAC Investigations into Security Problems at DOE and the National Weapons Laboratories Abstract
1/10/2000 Nicholas White NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Cosmic Journeys, To the Edge of Gravity, Space and Time Abstract
5/24/2000 Norbert Holtkamp FNAL The Accelerator Physics of High Intensity Neutrino Sources and Muon Storage Rings Abstract
12/18/2000 Peter Kuhn Professor, SSRL Structural Molecular Biology in the Post-Genome Sequencing Era Abstract
7/10/2000 Yossi Nir Professor, Weizmann Institute Neutrinos from Heaven: Lessons for Model Building Abstract
8/7/2000 Sherwood Parker Professor, Hawaii/SLAC The Future of Silicon in High Energy Physics Abstract
9/18/2000 A.A.Chilingarian Professor, Yerevan Physics Institute Cosmic Ray Investigrations in the ANI Laboratory on Mt. Aragats, Armenia Abstract
10/2/2000 Sau Lan Wu Professor, Wisconsin Higgs Candidates at LEP Higheest Energy Abstract
10/16/2000 Gordon Brown Professor, Stanford Shedding New Light on Environmental Pollutants and Processes Using Synchrotron Radiation Abstract
10/23/2000 Azadeh Tabazadeh NASA AMES Research Global Warming is Changing the Path of the Arctic Ozone Recovery Abstract
11/6/2000 Reviel Netz Professor on Classics, Stanford Univ. In Search of Archimedes Abstract
11/16/2000 Charles Baltay Professor, Yale Measurement of Cosmological Parameters via Gravitational Lensing Abstract
11/20/2000 Remo Ruffini Professor, U of Rome Black Holes and Gamma Ray Bursts Abstract
11/27/2000 Michael Nauenberg Professor Emiritus, UC Santa Cruz How Did Quantum Mechanics Happen ?: Max Plank and the Experiments which Gave Rise to the Quantum Hypothesis Abstract
5/22/2000 Ron Chestnut SLAC Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Vehicles, and the California Zero Emmission Mandate Abstract
 
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