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GETTYSBURG COLLEGE

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

1999-2000 COLLOQUIADescription: L:\public_html\physics\atom1a.gif

 

Friday, October 28:

Steven J. Gimbel

3 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Room 208

Department of Philosophy, Gettysburg College
"Einstein on Ether"

 

Thursday, October 28:

S. J. Gates, Jr. 

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, Masters 117

Department of Physics, University of Maryland
"Why Einstein Would Love Spaghetti in Fundamental Physics"

 

Friday, February 4:

Windsor A. Morgan

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Room 117

Department of Physics, Dickinson College
"Out of Place? The Position of the X-Ray Source 2a1704+241"

 

Friday, February 18:

Jeff Brindle & Kevin Grey

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Mara Auditorium

Gettysburg College, Class of 2000
"The Distributed Galactic Modeling Project"

Friday, March 3:

Eric L. N. Jensen

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Room 117

Swarthmore College
"Is It Better to be Single? Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems"

Friday, November 6:

Amy Bug

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Room 208

Swarthmore College
"Gender and Science"

Friday, April 14:

Terry Oswalt

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Room 117

National Science Foundation
"Digging up the Stellar Graveyard: What White Dwarf Stars Tell Us about the Age of the Universe"

Wednesday, May 3:

Rakesh Mathur

3:00 p.m., Masters Hall, 
Mara Auditorium
  

Gettysburg College, Class of 2000
"Incorporating Doppler Broadening in Monte Carlo Simulations of (n, y) Reactions"

Description: L:\public_html\physics\atom1a.gif[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

 
These are open to the public, so COME JOIN US FOR SOME INTERESTING, ILLUMINATING DISCUSSIONS HERE IN MASTERS HALL!!!!  Light refreshments provided...

/jj

 

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