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2004-05  COLLOQUIA*

*[latin colloquy fr. com + loqui to speak] conversation, dialogue; an academic meeting at which specialist(s) speak on a given subject and then answer questions about it 

Fall 2004:
 

Friday, September 24:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Candace Pfefferkorn, '06
     and Tanya Ostapenko, '06
Gettysburg College
Summer Internship Reports!

Thursday, September 30:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

John Sethian
United States Naval Research Laboratory
Fusion Energy with Lasers and Direct Drive Targets

Friday, October 15:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Jordan Goodman
University of Maryland
Neutrinos, Dark Matter and the Cosmological Constant: the Dark Side of the Universe

Thursday, October 28:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Jabez McClelland
National Institute Institute of Standards and Technology
Nanofabrication via Atom Optics

Friday, November 12:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Zolt Levay
Space Telescope Science Institute
Astrophysical Imaging

Thursday, December 9:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Marc Desrosiers
National Institute Institute of Standards and Technology
Anthrax in the Mail? NIST Physics Lab to the Rescue!

Spring 2005:
 

Tuesday, February 8:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Carol Christian
Space Telescope Science Institute/Department of State
Science, Satellites and Foreign Policy

Thursday, March 10:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

David H. Cohen
Swarthmore College Physics Department
X-ray Emission from Massive Stars

Thursday, April 14:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

John Curry
National Institute of Standards and Technology
High-Intensity Discharge Lamps

Tuesday, April 26:
3:00 p.m.
Masters hall 110 (Mara
Auditorium)

Brook Miller, 05, and Christopher Wilks, 05
Gettysburg College 
Radio Astronomy

Thursday, April 28:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Richard E. Barvainis
Gettysburg College and National Science Foundation
Radio Astronomy

Description: L:\public_html\physics\bulb.gifThese talks are open to the public - COME JOIN US FOR SOME INTERESTING, ILLUMINATING DISCUSSIONS in MASTERS HALL!!!  Light refreshments provided...

 

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