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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 2001
Date Speaker Topic
24 January Chien-nan Liu
Resonances in Photofragmentation of Atoms or Ions with Two Active Electrons
31 January C.D. Lin
Radiative Decays of Helium Doubly Excited States
07 February Alina Gearba
Cooling and Trapping of Neutral Atoms using Laser Radiation
14 February Ridvan Unal
21 February James Burke
Designing Neutral Atom Nanotraps Using Integrated Optical Waveguides
28 February Jack Woodyard
Electronic Structure Revisited
07 March Hiroya Suno
Rydberg Atoms in the Presence of Parallel Electric and Magnetic Fields
14 March Chris Verzani
Single and Double Charge Exchange Cross Sections at Very Low Energies
21 March Spring Break
28 March Ingrid Reiser
Ion-ion Collisions Involving a Molecular Target
06 April
Fri 1530 hrs
John Brandenberger
Lawrence Univ
Fine and Hyperfine Structure in D and F States of Rubidium
11 April Ridvan Unal
Transfer Ionization to Single Capture Ratio for Fast Multiply Charged Ions on He: A Progress Report
18 April Manolis Benis
A Novel High-Efficiency Paracentric Hemispherical Spectrograph for Use in Zero-Degree Auger Projectile Spectroscopy
25 April Xavier Flechard
Experimental Study of Charge Transfer in Alkali
Ions - Rb Atoms Collisions using MOTRIMS
30 April
Mon 1400 hrs
Paul Corkum
NRC (Canada)
Sequential Double Ionization of H2
09 May Finals Week
Summer 2001
13 July
Fri 1030 hrs
Chen Li
Lyon, France
Atom-Like, Surface-Like, Solid-Like Interactions and Fragmentation of Fullerenes in Highly-Charged Ion-C60 Collisions

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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