Departmental Colloquia
Spring 2000

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.
Spring 2000
Date Speaker Topic
18 January
Michael Cherney
First Collisions at STAR, the Solenoidal Tracker at RHIC
25 January
Peter Gorham
The Moon as Detector for Ultra-High Energy Neutrinos: Fact, Fiction, or Lunacy?
01 February
John Harton
Colorado State
Beauty Particle Decays
08 February
Alexander Szalay
Johns Hopkins
The Sloan Digital Sky Survey
15 February
John Hardy
Texas A&M
Superallowed Beta Decay: a Nuclear Probe of the Electroweak Standard Model
22 February
Pierre Sikivie
Axion Theory and Searches
29 February
Andrew Lange
Cal Tech
Cosmic Microwave Background
07 March
Min Xiao
Topics in Condensed Matter Physics
14 March
Phillip Gould
Cold Collisions
21 March
Spring Break
28 March
Beth Ann Thacker
Texas Tech
Topics in Physics Education
04 April
Saul Perlmutter
Topics in Astrophysics
11 April
Arnold Honig
Topics in Condensed Matter Physics
18 April
Amy Liu
Topics in Condensed Matter Physics
02 May
Andrew Rappe
Topics in Condensed Matter Physics
04 May
John Delos
William & Mary
Topics in Atomic Physics Theory
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.