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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
5/21/2001 Nima Arkani-Hamed Professor, UC Berkeley/Harvard Large Extra Dimensions and the New World at the Tev Scale Abstract
1/29/2001 Henry Abarbanel Professor, UCSD Using Chaos as a Carrier of Information Abstract
2/5/2001 Scott Sagan Professor, Stanford Perils of Proliferation: The Spread of Nuclear Weapons to South Asia Abstract
2/26/2001 Petr Vogel Professor, Caltech What will we learn from the next supernova ? Abstract
3/5/2001 Joseph McNamara Stanford The United State's failed Drug War Abstract
3/12/2001 Amos Nur Professor, Stanford Earthquakes, Armageddon, and the Dead Sea Scrolls Abstract
3/19/2001 Danny Ashery Professor, Tel Aviv Measurements of Light-Cone Wavefunctions by Diffractive Dissociation Abstract
3/26/2001 Michael Woods SLAC Higgs Mass Predictions via Precision Electroweak Measurements Abstract
3/28/2001 Lee Roberts Professor, Boston Univ. Recent News from the Vacuum ? The Muon g-2 Experiment at Brookhaven Abstract
4/2/2001 Felix Mirabel Professor, Saclay Relativistic Jets in Microquasars Abstract
4/16/2001 Michael Lubell Professor, APS Pushing the Science button: Scamps, Scalaways and Saviors Abstract
4/30/2001 Wai-mo Suen Professor, Washington University Computational General Relativistic Astrophysics - Black Holes, Neutron Stars and Gamma Ray Bursts Abstract
1/8/2001 David BotStein Professor, Stanford Extracting Biological Information from DNA Microarray Data Abstract
5/14/2001 John Bahcall Professor, Princeton Solar Neutrinos: Results and Challenges Abstract
12/17/2001 Kevin Kelly Executive Editor, Wired Magzine The All-Species Project Abstract
5/25/2001 Albrecht Wagner Director, DESY TESLA: the Physics, the Collider and the FEL Abstract
7/9/2001 Jasper Kirkby Professor, CERN Are Cosmic Rays a Cause of Climate Change ? Abstract
9/24/2001 Robin Erbacher FNAL The Future for Particle Physicists Abstract
10/15/2001 Richard F. Post Professor, LLNL Fusion Power: The Uncertain Certainty Abstract
10/22/2001 Alessandro Bettini Professor, Padova/Director, Gran Sasso New Neutrino Physics at Gran Sasso Abstract
10/25/2001 Sergei Kapitza Professor, Moscow Growth of Global Population as a Problem in Nonlinear Physics Abstract
10/29/2001 Vahe' Petrosian Professor, Stanford Gamma-ray Bursts: Observations and Theories Abstract
10/30/2001 Art Wolfe Professor, UC San Diego Possible Evidence for Variations in the Fine Structure Constant Abstract
11/26/2001 Barry Barish Professor, Caltech A Road Map for the Future U.S. HEP Program Abstract
12/3/2001 Francis Farley Professor, Observatoire, Nice Univ. The History of the Muon g-2 Experiment Abstract
12/10/2001 Chris Sachrajda Professor, Southampton Lattice Gauge Theory and B Physics Abstract
5/7/2001 Steve Gubser Professor, Caltech Connections between Gauge Theory and String Theory Abstract
 
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