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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 2002
Date Speaker Topic
06 February
Rm 146
Manolis Benis
Absolute Cross Section Measurements in Metastable-Ion - Atom Collisions
13 February
Rm 146
Chris Verzani
Electron Charge-Exchange Cross Sections at Very Low Energies
20 February Himadri Chakraborty
Strong Correlation Effects in Energetic Photoemissions: Re-setting a Conventional Wisdom
27 February Bernold Feuerstein
When the Electron Becomes a Boomerang: Multiple Ionization in Strong Laser Pulses
06 March Available
13 March Herman Batelaan
Can Electrons Be Spin Selected With a Stern-Gerlach Magnet?
15-24 March Spring Break
27 March Richard Bredy
Electron Mulicapture Processes in Slow Highly Charged Ions-C60 Collisions: Hollow Atoms Formation and Stabilisation
03 April Hiroya Suno
Three-Body Recombination of Cold Atoms
10 April Erge Edgü-Fry
A Progress Report: Low Energy Ionization of Hydrogen by Protons
17 April Amy (Shu-Chun) Cheng
Three-Body Problem with 1/r Interatomic Attractive Potential
24 April Dag Hathiramani
Collision Induced Dissociation: Status Report
01 May Mikhail Zamkov
Metastable He-like Ion-Atom Collisions
08 May Max Sayler
13-17 May Final Exams
Summer 2002
11 July
Thu 1330 hrs
Lutz Hüwel
Molecules on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown - An Investigation of Molecular Fragmentation Pathways
19 July
Fri 1430 hrs
Dan Odero
St Francis
Lattice Time-Dependent Correlated Two Electron System Approach to Scattering Problems

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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