SLAC Colloquium Series

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
4/21/2008 Professor Blas Cabrera Stanford University The Search for Dark Matter in the form of WIMPs and the CDMS Experiments Abstract
2/11/2008 Jeffrey Byron California Energy Commissioner How to Reduce Greenhouse Gases and Maintain a Viable Economy: Abstract
2/25/2008 Professor Yi Cui Stanford University Nanowires as Energy Materials: Batteries and Solar Cells Abstract
3/3/2008 John Treichler Applied Signal Technology, Inc Using Technology to Keep Other Countries Honest Abstract
3/17/2008 Kanna Rajan MBARI - Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Autonomy from the Heavens down to the Sea Abstract
3/24/2008 Tony Hey Microsoft eScience and Semantic Computing Abstract
3/31/2008 Eddie Farhi MIT A quantum computer can determine who wins a game faster than a classical computer Abstract
3/10/2008 Ken Caldeira Stanford University Climate Engineering: Possible? Dangerous? Necessary? Abstract
4/28/2008 John O'Donnell Ausra Inc Solar Thermal Power Abstract
6/9/2008 Patricia Rankin University of Colorado Navigating the Labyrinth - Energy Sinks and Other Career Barriers for Women Abstract
1/28/2008 Professor David DeGusta Stanford University Recent Discoveries in Human Evolution: A Tapas Approach Abstract
6/2/2008 Professor Charles Baltay Yale P5 Results Abstract
11/24/2008 Professor Brent Constantz Stanford University Sequestering CO2 in the built environment: a revolutionary cement technology Abstract
5/5/2008 Zeljko Ivesic University of Washington Reaching for the sky with SDSS and LSST Abstract
6/12/2008 Norbert Holtkamp ITER ITER Abstract
5/19/2008 Steven Levy Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy The CA Budget and Economy Abstract
6/23/2008 Professor Walter Falcon Stanford University To feed a world of 9 Billion people in 2050: Is a third Green Revolution needed? Abstract
6/30/2008 Professor David G. Stork Stanford University When computers look at art: image analysis of the visual arts Abstract
6/16/2008 Alan Dechert Open Voting Consortium An Open Source Voting Machine: Prospects for a new Voting Abstract
10/20/2008 Dr. Christopher Busch's Union of Concerned Scientists Climate Change and Green House Gases Emissions Abstract
12/8/2008 Professor Sally Benson Stanford University The Global Climate and Energy Project Abstract
12/15/2008 Professor Kenji Hakuta Stanford University School of Education What to fix in California Education? Abstract
5/12/2008 Tony DeRose Pixar Animation Studios Physics in the Movies Abstract
 
Last update: October 03, 2013