Michigan State University
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Fall 2000 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.






Sept. 5
Michael Turner University of Chicago The Dark Side of the Universe Baldwin

Sept. 12
 Peter Schroeder Michigan State University Ernest Rutherford, Nobelist from England, or was it Canada?, or maybe? N/A

Sept. 19
Shimon Weiss Lawrence Berkeley Lab Single Molecule Rulers Birge

Sept. 26


No Seminar


Oct. 3
Daniel Kleppner MIT Bose-Einstein Condensation in Hydrogen Benenson

Oct. 10
Noel Clark University of Colorado at Boulder Pasteur's Experiment in a Fluid: Chiral Liquid Crystals from Achiral Molecular Bananas Birge

Oct. 17

Oct. 24
Thomas Bowles Los Alamos National Laboratory  Fundamental Physics with Ultra-Cold Neutrons Gelbke

Oct. 31
Richard Garwin  IBM T.J. Watson Research Center The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the Future of Nuclear Weapons Schroeder

Nov. 7
Carl Schmidt Michigan State University Practical (and Simple) Quantum Chromo-Dynamics for High-Energy Colliders  N/A

Nov. 14
Vijay Pandharipande University of Illinois, Urbana Nuclear Standard Model: Concept and Prospects Pratt, S.

Nov. 21
Richard Casten Yale University Exotic nuclei - exploring new frontiers of many-body strongly interacting systems Glasmacher

Nov. 28
Scott Pratt Michigan State University Measuring sizes to 10^{-15} meters and times to 10^{-23} seconds in heavy-ion collisions

Dec. 5
George Fuller University of California, San Diego The Revolution in Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics  Austin

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