Departmental Colloquia
Fall 1999

Colloquia are held at 1630 hrs on Tuesdays (or Thursdays) in Cardwell 102.
Refreshments are served beforehand at around 1615 hrs in Cardwell 119.
Atomic Physics Seminars are held Wednesdays at 1330 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
Fall 1999
Date Speaker Topic
31 August
Alan Van Heuvelen
Ohio State
A Learning System with Matched Impedance at Both Ends
09 September
Michael J. Mehl
Naval Research Lab
First Principle Density Functional Calculations in Real and Imaginary Materials
14 September Ron Burkey
Heads-Up, Inc
Life in Panic Mode, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying but Never Learned to Love the Bomb
21 September Jack Burns
Stormy Weather in Galaxy Clusters
28 September Amit Chakrabarti
Kansas State
Polymer Physics on Patterned Substrates
30 September
Krishan Bajaj
Optical Properties of Ionic Quantum Well Structures
05 October Bruce Law
Kansas State
Surface Phenomena Near Phase Transitions
07 October
Robert S. Knox
Albert Rose Revisited: Will Increasing the Use of Non-Solar Energy Warm the Planet?
14 October
Itzik Ben-Itzhak
Kansas State
Charge Transfer: Slow Ain't Easy
19 October Pierre Wiltzius
Bell Labs
Colloidal Self-Assembly and Novel Photonic Materials
21 October Tim Bolton
Kansas State
Probing the Deep, Dark, but Charming Secrets of the Proton with Neutrinos
26 October
1500 Burt 114
Lawrence Krauss
Case Western
The Cosmological Constant
26 October
1330 Weber 123
Lawrence Krauss
Case Western
Nonsense, Non-Science, and Science: From Aliens to Creationism
28 October
0830 Burt 114
Donald Umstadter
Relativistic Interactions of Intense Lasers with Plasma: Table Top Particle Accelerators
28 October
Louis DiMauro
Atomic Physics in Intense Fields
18 November
Richard Chang
Non-circular Microdisks as High Q Cavities
30 November Thomas Witten
The Coffee Ring: Patterning Surfaces via Evaporative Deposition
07 December Laurence Yaffe
Electroweak Baryogenesis and the Origin of Matter
See the current colloquium schedule, or review past colloquia via our site map.
The current schedule is also available in our Outlook public calendars.

Please note that no attempt has been made to maintain
the links within the old seminar & colloquium schedules.