JRM Logo Atomic Physics Seminars
Spring 2000

Atomic Physics Seminars are usually at 1330 hrs on Wednesdays in Cardwell 119.
Departmental Colloquia are usually on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 1630 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Brett Esry.
Last updated on Tuesday, 21-Oct-2008.

Spring 2000
Date SpeakerTopic
19 January Introduction to the Seminar Series for Graduate Students
02 February Chii-Dong Lin
Anti-Hydrogen Physics
09 February Chun-Yen Chen
ATTA - Atom Trap Trace Analysis
15 February Eric Wells
Charge Transfer in Very Slow H+ + D(1s) Half Collisions PhD Defense
16 February Itzik Ben-Itzhak
Measurements of Mean Lifetimes and Kinetic Energy Released Upon Dissociation of Metastable CO2+ and 3He4He2+
23 February Steve Lundeen
Colorado State
Rydberg Spectroscopy from Hydrogen to Thorium. What's the Point?
01 March Brett DePaola
Collisions Involving Highly-Charged Ions and Laser-Prepared Atoms
08 March Midterm Meeting with Graduate Students
15 March Chris Verzani
Charge Transfer Cross Sections for Arq+ Collisions with He at Low Energies
22 March Spring Break
27 March
Mon, 1130
Erhard Salzborn
Ion-Ion Collision Experiments
12 April Dan Fry
Ion-Surface Interactions: Electron Emission and Reaction Energetics
19 April Kevin Carnes
JRM Data Acquisition: XSYS and VMS

You may also view the current schedule or past seminars 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.

Last updated on Tuesday, 21-Oct-2008.

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