SLAC Colloquium Series

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Date Speaker Affiliation Title Abstract
6/22/2009 Paul Keall and Joseph Perl Stanford Medical School and SLAC, respectively Monte Carlo Particle Transport in Radiotherapy: Mice to Humans Abstract
3/9/2009 Bebo White Departmental Associate, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory The Emergence of Web Science Abstract
3/23/2009 Richard K. Morse Stanford Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Reconciling the Rapid Growth of Coal and CO2 Emissions in Global Energy Markets Abstract
3/30/2009 Sidney Drell SLAC Deputy Director Emeritus and Hoover Institute Fellow Rekindling the Vision of President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev at Reykjavik: Steps Toward a World Free of Nuclear Weapons Abstract
4/6/2009 Thomas Lee Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering When Silicon Valley was "Arc Alley" Abstract
4/20/2009 Nick Melosh Stanford University Molecular Diamond Science and Energy Applications Abstract
4/27/2009 Scott Fendorf Stanford University A Water Crisis for a Billion People: Pathogen and Poison Infected Waters of Asia Abstract
5/18/2009 Hari Manoharan Stanford University Glimpse of the Neutrino in Graphene Abstract
6/1/2009 Jonathan Feng University of California, Irvine Dark Matter Candidates and Signals Abstract
6/8/2009 Scott Sagan Stanford University Nuclear Power without Nuclear Proliferation? Abstract
5/11/2009 Ron Ruth SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory The Compact Light Source: Its Beginning, Development and Recent Experiments Abstract
5/19/2009 Leonardo Senatore Institute for Advanced Study Non-Gaussianities: Probing High Energy Physics with Cosmological Observations Abstract
2/9/2009 Jim Manning Executive Director, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Anatomy of a Revolution: How Galileo Democratized the Sky Abstract
7/6/2009 Ilan Gur Seeo, Inc. and U.C. Berkeley Energy Storage for a Sustainable Future: Revolution or Evolution? Abstract
12/14/2009 Bruce Macintosh Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Extrasolar Planetary Systems Abstract
6/29/2009 Shan Wang Stanford University Nanomagnetic Materials and Devices for Cancer Diagnostics and Efficient Power Delivery Abstract
9/21/2009 Peter Strasser University of Houston and Technical University Berlin From Ostwald to Tesla: New Insights into the Catalysis of Fuel Cells Abstract
9/28/2009 Cyrus Wadia Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Solar Energy for Seven Billion People: Linking the Economics to the Chemistry will Get Us There Abstract
10/12/2009 David Leeson Stanford University What Stanford, WWII, SLAC and Silicon Valley Owe to W. W. Hansen: New Insights Abstract
10/26/2009 Nicola Omodei INFN Pisa, on behalf of the Fermi Large Area Telescope collaboration Fermi Large Area Telescope's Greatest Hits (So Far) Abstract
11/2/2009 -- -- No colloquium this week Abstract
11/9/2009 William Dally Stanford University and NVIDIA Evolutions of Parallel Processing Computing: The Rise of Throughput Computing Abstract
11/16/2009 Richard Dasher Stanford University Abstract
11/23/2009 -- -- No colloquium this week Abstract
11/30/2009 Sebastian Thrun Stanford University Towards Self-Driving Cars Abstract
12/7/2009 Andy Haas SLAC ATLAS and the LHC Abstract
6/15/2009 Paul Emma, for the LCLS Commissioning Team SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory LCLS Commissioning and First Lasing at 1.5 Angstroms Abstract
 
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