Archive 1999 – 2000

Colloquium – Archive

Fermilab Colloquium Calendar 1999-2000

Date Speaker/Inst. Title Host
Sept. 1
Sept. 8 P. Zerwas
Linear Collider Physics with High Luminosity A. Kronfeld
Sept. 15
Sept. 22 A. Buras
Technical U/Fermilab
CP Violation & Rare K & B Decays at the End
of the Millennium
A. Kronfeld
Sept. 29 N. Cabibbo
U of Rome
Hyperon Physics & Much More
(Hyperon99 Final/Fermilab Colloquium)
Oct. 6 B. Yanny
What Comes Next in this Series: 0, B, A, F, G,
K, M, …. or A New Type of Star: The Free
Floating T-Dwarf
D. Carey
Oct. 13 W. Freedman
Carnegie Observatories
The Hubble Space Telescope Key Project to
Measure the Hubble Constant
D. Carey
Oct. 20 D. Stahl
Northwestern U
Diversity of Life: The Microbial Dimension M. Albrow
Oct. 27
Nov. 3 Z. Zheng
Ten Years of BEPC/BES
Nov. 10 P. Lepage
Cornell U
QCD on a Laptop: The Fall & Rise of
Lattice QCD
A. Kronfeld
Nov. 17
Nov. 24 Happy Thanksgiving
Dec. 1
Dec. 8
Dec. 15
Dec. 22 Christmas Holidays
Dec. 29 Christmas Holidays
Jan. 5
Jan. 12 A. Olinto
U of Chicago
The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays D. Carey
Jan. 19 L. Newman
U of Chicago
Who would wish for the trauma?:
Explaining UFO abduction memories
D. Carey
Jan. 26 H. Tananbaum
Early Results from the Chandra X-ray
H. Glass
Feb. 2 J. Nagle
Nevis Laboratories
Why RHIC won’t make Long Island Disappear
into a Black Hole
D. Carey
Feb. 9
Feb. 16 R. Canup
Southwest Research Inst.
The Origin of the Earth-Moon System D. Carey
Feb. 23 A. Falk
Johns Hopkins U
Unraveling the Mystery of Flavor A. Kronfeld
Mar. 1
Mar. 8 W. Happer
Princeton U
Nuclear Spin Polarization, Lasers &
Lung Imaging
A. Kronfeld
Mar. 15 S. Carroll
U of Chicago
The Accelerating Universe: Enigmas and
M. Spiropulu
Mar. 22 T. Bhattacharya
Los Alamos Nat.’l Lab.
Tracing the Origins of HIV H. Glass
Mar. 29 G. de Nolfo
Cosmic Ray Radioactive Isotopes: The
ISOMAX Experiment
Apr. 5 W. Pitman
Columbia U
A Catastrophic Flooding of the Black Sea: Was
This the Cause of a Great Diaspora and the
Source of Flood Legends?
A. Kronfeld
Apr. 12 J. Miller
Northwestern U
Scientific Literacy and the Communication of
Scientific Information
E. Berman
Apr. 19
Apr. 26 A. Hobson
Harvard Medical School
The Dreaming Brain: Recent Neuropsychological
E. Berman
May 3 R. Mir
SciTech & Fermilab
Q. Abdul-Jaber
Al Quds U
Science as a Vehicle for Peace A. Kronfeld
May 10 E. Raymond
Open Source Initiative
The Open Source Revolution: How Software
Engineering Might Finally Grow Up
E. Berman
May 17 H. Edwards
New York U
How Public Key Cryptography
Transformed Number Theory from the
Purest of Pure Mathematics to the Hottest of
Applied Mathematics
D. Carey
May 24
May 31 F. Wilczek
Inst. For Advanced Study
QCD in Extreme Conditions
A. Kronfeld
Jun. 7 L. Krauss
Case Western Reserve U
Life, The Universe, & Nothing:
The Future of Life in an Ever Expanding
M. Albrow
Jun. 14 A. Milsztajn
Latest Results from the EROS Microlensing
Search for Dark Matter: Not Enough
Stellar Mass Machos in the Galactic Halo
A. Kronfeld
Jun. 21 D. Jin
U of Colorado
A Quantum Degenerate Fermi Gas
of Atoms
D. Carey
Jun. 28 L. Monteagudo
The Challenge of Improving Mathematics
and Science
A. Kronfeld
Jul. 5 S. Yonkauski
State of Illinois
Land Issues For Future Illinois Accelerators:
The SSC Experience
J. Lach
Jul. 12 A. Nathan
U of Illinois
Baseball: It’s Not Nuclear Physics (Or is it?)
H. Glass
Jul. 19 B. Austin
Princeton U
After the Genome: What can Physicists do
for Biology?
A. Kronfeld
Jul. 26
Aug. 2
Aug. 16
Aug. 23 J. Sadock
U of Chicago
Vanishing Languages of the World
D. Carey
Aug. 30