Michigan State University
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Spring 2005 Colloquium Schedule
Colloquia are presented at 4:10 pm on Thursdays in 1415 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg.
Refreshments are served at 3:45 pm in 1400A Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg.
Date
Speaker
Speaker's
Institution
Title
Local
Host
Jan. 20
Brad Orr
University of Michigan
Nanoparticles in vivo: the good and the bad
Stuart Tessmer
Jan. 27
Bob Palmer
Brookhaven Natl. Lab.
Muon Colliders
Martin Berz
Feb. 3
Gus Evrard
University of Michigan
Computing the Cosmos: Illuminating the Dark Side with Clusters of Galaxies
Mark Voit
Feb. 10
Steve Colburn
Boston University
Neural Computation in the Auditory Brainstem
Bill Hartmann
Feb. 17
Klaus Honscheid
Ohio State
"The Asymmetry Between Matter and Anti Matter - or- How to Know if it is Safe to Shake an Alien's Hand?"
Scott Pratt
Feb. 24
Lillian McDermott
University of Washington, Seattle
Physics education research: The key to student learning
Scott Pratt
Mar. 3
Frank Timmes
Los Alamos Natl. Lab.
On Variations in the Peak Luminosity of Type Ia Supernovae
Ed Brown
Mar. 10
SPRING BREAK
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Mar. 17
OPEN (cancellation)
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Mar. 24
APS MARCH MEETING
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Mar. 31
OPEN (cancellation)
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Apr. 7
Adam Riess
Space Telescope Center
Kinematics and Dark Energy from Supernoae at z > 1
Mark Voit
Apr. 14
Bill Hartmann
MSU
BINAURAL INCOHERENCE,
SOUND LOCALIZATION, SIGNAL DETECTION
AND SUCCESSFUL CONCERT HALLS.
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Apr. 21
Jay Burmeister
Wayne State Univ. School of Medicine
Medical Physics at Wayne State
Wolfgang Bauer
Apr. 28
Roland Diehl
MPI Munich
The INTEGRAL Gamma Ray Observatory
Hendrik Schatz

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Speakers should contact Debbie Simmons (517-355-9200 x2032, simmons@pa.msu.edu) for travel arrangements.