Archive 1997 – 1998

Colloquium – Archive

Fermilab Colloquium Calendar 1998-1999

Date Speaker/Inst. Title Host
Sept. 3 W. Purcell
Ball Aerospace
& Technologies Corp
Antimatter in the Galaxy: Positron
Production Annihilation Processes
M. Spiropulu
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24 G. Shenoy
7-GeVAdvance Photon Source P. Bhat
Oct. 1
Oct. 8 M. Skrutskie
U of Massachusetts
Two-MicronAll Sky-Survey (2MASS) D. Carey
Oct. 15 D. Larbalestier
U of Wisconsin
Applictionsof High Temperature
Superconductors: Obstacles
& Operturnities
H. Glass
Oct. 22
Oct. 29 G. Zweig
Listeningto the Ear P. Bhat
Nov. 5 E. Paschos
U of Dortmund
Medieval Astronomy: Analysis of
Byzantine Astronomy from 1300 A.D.
A. Kronfeld
Nov. 12
Nov. 19 C. Hill
A Breif History of Mass A. Kronfeld
Nov. 26 Thanksgiving Eve Holiday
Dec. 3
Dec. 10 C. Kouveliotou
ANew Era in Gamma-Ray Bursts M. Albrow
Dec. 17 D. DiVincenzo
IBM Research
Quantum Computation A. Kronfeld
Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Holiday
Dec. 31 New Years Eve Holiday
Jan. 7 W. Louis
Neutrino Oscillations and the
Determination of the Leptonic CKM
Matrix Elements
M. Spiropulu
Jan. 14 T. Economou
U of Chicago
Pathfinder Mission to Mars
First Returned Results
E. Berman
Jan. 21 L. Beranek
Concert & Opera Halls
How They Sound
D. Carey
Jan. 28 D. Hitlin
BABAR: Current Status & Future
A. Kronfeld
Feb. 4 J. Widom
Northwestern U
Biophysical Studies of Chromosomes:
Structure & Function of DNA,
from Angstroms to Meters
P. Bhat
Feb. 11 A. Forest
Science & Religion: A Warming Trend D. Carey
Feb. 18 R. Thornhill
U of New Mexico
Symmetry & Sex A. Kronfeld
Feb. 25 M. Blume
Physical Review & Physics Publishing:
Where We Were & Where We’re Going
A. Kronfeld
Mar. 4 R. Siemann
Lasers, Plasmas, & mm-Waves P. Hanlet
Mar. 11 T. Totsuka
U of Tokyo
Recent Atmospheric & Solar Neutrino
Results from Super Kamiokande
H. Glass
Mar. 18 P. Galison
Harvard U
Image & Logic: A Material Culture
of Microphysics
M. Spiropulu
Mar. 25 K. Rubin
Stanford U
TheSolving of Fermat’s Last Theorem D. Carey
Apr. 1
Apr. 8 J. Moore
The Mysterious Moons of Jupiter as
Revealed by Galileo
D. Carey
Apr. 15 G. Consolmagno
Vatican Observatory
Visitorsfrom Anoher World:
Searching for Meteorites in Antarctica
E. Berman
Apr. 22 E. Zimmer
Apr. 29 E. Simmons
Boston U
Why is This Quark Different
fromAll Other Quarks?
A. Kronfeld
May 6 G. Olson
Northwestern U
Materials for the 3rd Millenium:
Quantumseel Meets Frankensteel
A. Pla-Dalmau
May 13 D. Kleppner
Bose-Einstein Condensates M. Spiropulu
May 20 A. Tollestrup
Twenty Years of CDF M. Albrow
May 27 N. Gershenfeld
Molecular Quantum Computation M. Spiropulu
Jun. 3 P. Cvitanovic’
Northwestern U
Periodic Orbit Theory A. Kronfeld
Jun. 10 G. Feldman
Harvard U
New Approaches to Statistics M. Spiropulu
Jun. 17 N. Cason
Notre Dame
Exotic Meson Spectroscopy:
Where’s the Glue?
H. Glass
Jun. 24
Jul. 1 W. Moses
Detector Development for Nuclear
Medical Imaging of Breast Cancer
A. Pla-Dalmau
Jul. 8 H. Yamamoto
Harvard U
Closingin on CP Violation in
B Decays
M. Spiropulu
Jul. 15 J. Learned
U Hawaii
TheDiscovery of Neutrino
Oscillations & Mass in SuperKamiokande
M. Albrow
Jul. 22
Jul. 29
Aug. 5
Aug. 12
Aug. 19 D. Sramek
Nat.’l Radio Observatory
RadioAstronomy & Astronomical
Imaging at the VLA Astronomy
H. Glass
Aug. 26 J. Conrad
Columbia U
Reviewof Neutrino Oscillation
H. Glass