Michigan State University
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Spring 1999 Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are presented at 4:10 pm on Tuesdays in 118 P-A.
Refreshments are served at 3:45 pm outside 224 P-A.

Speaker Speaker's
Title Local
12 Jan David Aspnes North Carolina State University Real-time Optical Diagnostics for Epitaxial Growth Liu
19 Jan Linda Young Argonne National Laboratory X-ray Scattering and Photoionization in Free Atoms Zelevinsky
26 Jan Duncan Steel University of Michigan Nano-optics: Spectroscopy, Coherent Control and Wave Function Engineering of a Single Quantum Dot Liu
2 Feb Joe Lykken Fermilab Experimental String Theory Schmidt
9 Feb Warren Washington National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Computer Modelling of Climate Change
Physics and Society Lecture
16 Feb Edward Ott University of Maryland Chaotic Flows and Magnetic Dynamos: The Origin of Magnetic Fields in the Universe Dykman
23 Feb George Preston Carnegie Observatories Results of a search for binaries in a BMP sample: Implications for Milky Way satellite capture and formation of Blue Stragglers. Beers
2 Mar Chang Kee Jung SUNY Stonybrook Evidence for non-zero neutrino mass Weerts
9 Mar Spring Break (No Colloquium)
16 Mar James Matthews Louisiana State University Studying the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays: The Auger Project Glasmacher
23 Mar APS Centennial Meeting (No Colloquium)
30 Mar Sidney R. Nagel University of Chicago Physics at the Breakfast Table Birge
6 Apr Gerald Gabrielse Harvard University Elementary Particles in Designer Atoms Dykman
13 Apr Timothy McKay University of Michigan Detection of an Optical Burst from GRB 990123: The Most Luminous Object Ever Observed Schmidt
20 Apr Barry Barish California Institute of Technology Catching the Waves with LIGO Abolins
27 Apr Richard Slusher
Lucent Technologies Organic Photonic Bandgap Lasers Golding

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