Physics Division Colloquia

Argonne National Laboratory

September 1980 - June 2014

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W X Y Z




Alexei Abrikosov, ANL Materials Science Div. 1 Nov 1991 Landau: His Life and Achievements
17 Apr 1992 Superconductivity: History and Modern State
Eric Adelberger, U. of Washington12 Dec 1980 Parity violation in atoms and nuclei
15 May 1987 Search for New Interactions Weaker than Gravity: Is there a Fifth Force?
23 Oct 1998 A New Look at Einstein's Equivalence Principle
John Ahearne, Sigma Xi Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina31 May 2002 Nuclear Energy: Present Technology, Safety, and Future Research Directions
Carlos Aiken, U. of Texas at Dallas11 Nov 1988 Geophysical Search for non-Newtonian Gravity
Daniel Akerib, Case Western U. 7 May 2004 Looking for WIMPs in the Galactic Halo: the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (and some other dark matter experiments)
David Albert, U. of South Carolina 7 Feb 1986 Some New Kinds of Quantum Mechanical Measurements
Charles Alcock, LLNL16 Sep 1994 The MACHO Project: A Search for Baryonic Dark Matter in the Milky Way
Yoram Alhassid, Yale U.11 Apr 1997 Chaos in Mesoscopic Systems: from Nuclei to Quantum Dots
Joseph P. Allen, NASA15 Mar 1985 Satellite Retrieval: An Example of a Two-body (Inelastic) Scattering Problem
Ercen E. Alp, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div.15 Nov 1996 Lattice Dynamics with sub-mev Resolution: First Experimental Results at the APS
Khalil Amine, ANL Chemical Sciences and Engineering Div.13 Mar 2009  Advanced High Power and High Energy Systems for HEV and PHEVs applications
Miron Amusia, IOFFE Institute & ANL Physics Div.21 May 1993 Electron Correlations in Atomic Processes
Dana Z. Anderson, U. of Colorado & JILA28 May 1993 Adaptation, Decision Making and Self-Organization in Holographic Optical Systems
Leigh Anderson, ANL Biology Div. 9 Apr 1982 Making a Catalogue of Human Proteins
Aldo Antognini, Max and Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and Lab. for Particle Physics, Paul Scherrer Institute.29 Oct 2010 The proton radius puzzle
Elena Aprile, Columbia U.26 Oct 2007  The XENON Dark Matter Search
Peter Armbruster, GSI30 Sep 1988 Beyond the Stability of Nuclear Drops - Experiments to Produce the Heaviest Elements
24 Oct 1995 Fusion and Fission - A Fountain of New Isotopes and Elements
18 Mar 2005 Nuclides Galore: Spallation revisited in inverse kinematics.
Ray Arnold, American U.20 Sep 1985 Nuclear Physics at SLAC
John Arrington, ANL Physics Div.13 Dec 2002 Do Ordinary Nuclei Contain Exotic States of Matter?
17 Apr 2009  Clusters, Correlations and Quarks: a High-Energy Perspective on Nuclei
John R. Arthur, SLAC.17 Dec 1999 Prospects for an X-ray Free-Electron-Laser Light Source and some Possible Scientific Applications
Frank Asaro, LBNL19 Sep 1986 Asteroid or Comet Impacts and Massive Extinctions of Life on Earth
Daniel Ashery, U. of Tel Aviv & ANL Physics Div. 1 Oct 1982 Delta-Nuclear Physics
11 Sep 1992 Probing Short-Range Nucleon Correlations with Pion Absorption
Abhay Ashtekar, Penn State U.15 Feb 2008  Gravity, Geometry and the Quantum
Sam M. Austin, Michigan State U.14 Nov 1980 Giant Gamov-Teller resonances - a hadronic view
8 Sep 1989 Nuclear Physics of the Universe
D. Ayers, ANL High Energy Physics Div. 9 Oct 1981 Are protons forever?



Birger Back, ANL Physics Div. 5 Jan 2007  Before Protons and Neutrons -- The Quark Gluon Era of the Universe
21 May 2010 HELIOS: A new approach to nuclear structure studies in inverse kinematics
Sam Bader, ANL Materials Science Div. 8 Jan 1993 Thin-Film Magnetism
23 Mar 2001 Nanomagnetism
10 Oct 2003 Nanoscience – A Source of Innovation for the 21st Century
John Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study31 May 1985 The Solar Neutrino Problem
19 May 1995 What Have We Learned About Solar Neutrinos
Daniel Baker, U of Colorado30 Sep 2011 The Impacts of Space Weather on Society and the Economy
Akif Baha Balantekin, U. of Wisconsin at Madison28 Jan 1994 A Theoretical Perspective on the Solar Neutrino Problem
9 Apr 1999 Progress and Prospects in Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics
5 Sep 2008  Neutrinos: Ghostly Messengers of Earth and Heavens
Marc A. Baldo, MIT23 Jan 2009  High Efficiency Organic Solar Concentrators
Jayanth Banavar, Penn State U.15 Nov 2002 The Geometry and Physics of Proteins
Vernon Barger, U. of Wisconsin10 Nov 1995 Exploring New Physics at a Muon-Muon Collider
Barry Barish,, CalTech16 Jan 2004 Probing the Universe for Gravitational Waves
Peter D. Barnes, Carnegie Mellon U.17 Feb 1989 Search for a Low Mass Six Quark State with Strangeness S=-2
A. Barut, Colorado12 Feb 1982 New Foundations of Nuclear and Particle Physics Based on Spin Interactions
Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State U. 1 Oct 1993 Chaotic Scattering
Gordon Baym, U. of Illinois23 Apr 1993 The Quark-Gluon Plasma
1 Dec 2000 Hanbury Brown and Twiss Intensity Interferometry: From Stars to Nuclear Collisions to Atoms
16 Feb 2007  The Uncertainty Principals: Bohr and Heisenberg from Copenhagen to "Copenhagen"
John Beacom, The Ohio State U. 2 Feb 2007  Fossil Records of Star Formation: Supernova Neutrinos and Gamma Rays
Malcolm R. Beasley, Stanford U.21 Apr 1989 igh Temperature Superconductivity: The Questions, Some Answers
Michael J. Bedzyk, ANL Materials Science Div. & MSE/Northwestern U.10 Mar 1995 X-ray Standing Waves: A Structural Probe for Surface Layers and Thin Films
Timothy C Beers , Kitt Peak National Observatory19 Nov 2004 Mining the Milky Way Galaxy with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
17 Feb 2012 Highly r-Process Enhanced Stars: New Perspectives on Old Stars
Elizabeth J. Beise, U. of Maryland & National Science Foundation 6 Nov 1992 Strange Currents in the Proton
12 Mar 1999 New Results from JLAB on the Electromagnetic Structure of the Deuteron
21 Oct 2005 Strange and Not So Strange Things about the Proton
James F. Bell, Cornell U.10 Sep 1999 Strategy and Science Goals for NASA's Mars Sample Return Mission
A. Benade, Case10 Apr 1981 Wall Material Effects on wind instruments' sound production
Omar Benhar, Virginia Tech and INFN / Sapienza U., Rome24 Jan 2014 Towards a unified description of the electroweak nuclear response
Charles Bennett, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center15 Mar 1995 Quantum Information Theory, Cryptography, and Computation
James C. Bergquist, NIST, Boulder 2 Oct 1987 Quantum Jumps and High-Resolution Spectroscopy of a Single Ion
Adam Bernstein, LLNL27 May 2011 Dual-Use Dual-Phase Noble Liquid Detectors
Aron M. Bernstein, MIT12 Sep 2008  Chiral Dynamics: New Experimental Tests
R. Stephen Berry, U. of Chicago 8 Feb 1985 Melting of Clusters and Melting
Michael Berry, Bristol U. 4 Nov 1996 Chaos and Classical Limits
Gordon Berry, ANL Physics Div.18 Apr 1986 High Energy Atomic Physics and QED
George F. Bertsch, U. of Washington11 May 2007  Density Functional Theory for Nuclear Binding and Structure
Sharon Bertsch-McGrayne, Author 7 Oct 1994 Nobel Prize Women in Science
H. A. Bethe, Cornell U.30 Sep 1986 The Solar Neutrino Puzzle
R. Russell Betts, ANL Physics Div. 6 May 1983 Heavy Ion Resonances - Nuclear Structure in the Continuum
20 May 1994 Positron Production in Heavy Ion Collisions - Current Status of the Problem
W. S. Bickel, Arizona15 Apr 1983 Polarized Light Scattering by Small Particles
J. D. Bjorken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab.21 May 1982 Space-Time Description of High Energy Collisions
Thomas Bjørnholm, Nano Science Center, U. of Copenhagen19 Mar 2004 Organic molecules in electronic devices
Peter Black, National Hurricane Center31 Jan 1986 Hurricanes
Klaus Blaum, Heidelberg 1 Oct 2010 Precision Penning Trap Experiments with Stored and Cooled Exotic Ions
18 Feb 2014 Fundamental tests of nature with cooled and stored exotic ions
Leo Blitz, U. of Maryland26 Mar 1993 The Galactic Center
H. Blosser, Michigan State22 Apr 1983 Status Report on the Superconducting Cyclotron Project
Ed Blucher, U. of Chicago 5 Apr 2002 Investigating the Difference Between Matter and Antimatter with Neutral Kaons
M. Blume, BNL11 Dec 1981 Synchrotron radiation - its properties, sources and uses
Felix Boehm, CalTech14 Oct 1983 Experiments on Neutrino Mass
John J. Bollinger, NIST12 Oct 1990 Atomic Physics Tests of Nonlinear Quantum Mechanics
Lowell Bollinger, ANL Physics Div.29 Mar 1996 An Incomplete History of the Argonne Physics Division
Fritz Bosch, GSI 9 Oct 1992 First Observation of Bound-State Beta-Decay
Chris Bottcher, ORNL 4 Oct 1985 Atomic Physics at GeV Energies
Stephen Boughn, Haverford College 5 Apr 1991 A 19 GHz Full-Sky Map: Snapshot of the Infant Universe
Thomas J. Bowles, LANL30 Nov 1990 The Soviet-American Gallium Experiment
W. Brandt, NYU 1 May 1981 Plasmas, particles and wakes
C. Brau, LANL18 Sep 1981 Free electron lasers
J. S. Briggs, Albert Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg 6 Mar 1987 Molecular Orbitals in Atomic Physics
Wallace Broeker, Columbia U.27 May 1988 Are Glaciations Terminated by Reorganization of the Ocean- Atmosphere System?
William Brooks, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria 9 Apr 2010 Coming Unglued: the Life and Times of Quasi-Free Quarks
B. Alex Brown, Michigan State U.30 Jan 2009  The Nuclear Shell Model: Pushing the Limits of Theory and Computation
Gerald Brown, SUNY, Stony Brook26 Feb 1988 Stopping in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Reactions
25 Feb 1994 Supernova Explosions, Black Holes and Neutron Stars
Laurie M. Brown, Northwestern U.20 Mar 1998 The Hundred-Year-Old Electron and the Nucleus: A History
Philip Bucksbaum, U. of Michigan26 Feb 1999 The Phonon Bragg Switch: A Proposal to Generate Sub-Picosecond X-Ray Pulses
Dmitry Budker, U. of California16 Sep 2005  Crossing the P's (and T's) and Dotting the α: an Update on Fundamental-Symmetry Tests at Berkeley.
1 Jun 2012 "Atomic physics" of nitrogen-vacancy ensembles in diamond
Bernard Burke, MIT16 Sep 1983 High Resolution Radio Astronomy: Arcseconds to Milliarcseconds
Volker Burkert, Jefferson Lab. 6 Apr 2001 Nucleon Microscopy with CLAS at Jefferson Lab
Les Burris, ANL Applied Physics Div.24 Jan 1986 The Integral Fast Reactor Project
Adam Burrows, Princeton U.16 Mar 1990 Ten Seconds that Shook the World: the Neutrinos from SN1987A
14 Apr 2006  New Ideas Concerning the Mechanism for Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions
4 Apr 2014 Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of Core-Collapse Supernovae
Carlos Bustamante, U. California, Berkeley13 Nov 2009 Grabbing the Cat by the Tail: Single Molecule Studies of a Viral DNA Packaging Motor.



Blas Cabrera, Stanford U.18 Nov 1983 Superconductive Monopole Detectors
John Cairns, Harvard U.20 Jan 1984 Oncogenes and the Causes of Cancer
John Cameron, Indiana U. 8 Jan 1988 Radiative Capture of Polarized Nucleons by Light Nuclei Above Pion Threshold
David Campbell, Boston U.21 Jan 1994 Nonlinear Science: From Paradigms to Practicalities
9 Sep 2005  From Fermi Pasta Ulam (FPU) to Intrinsic Localized Modes (ILMs)
Juan-Carlos Campuzano, U. of Illinois, Chicago & ANL Materials Science Div.31 Jan 1997 Pairing and Boson Condensation in High Tc Materials
Erick Cantu-Paz, U. of Illinois, Urbana19 Mar 1999 Recent Results in Parallel Genetic Algorithms
Hui Cao, Northwestern U.27 Feb 1998 Semiconductor Cavity QED
13 Jan 2006  Chaotic Mircolasers
D. W. Capone, II, ANL Materials Science Div.10 Apr 1987 Superconductivity Above Liquid Nitrogen Temperatures in the Y-Ba-Cu-O System
Lawrence Cardman, Jefferson Lab17 May 1996 CEBAF: A New Microscope for Nuclear Physics
19 Apr 2001 CEBAF @ Jefferson Lab: Recent Results and Plans for the Future
K. Douglas Carison, ANL Materials Science Div. 7 Mar 1986 Superconductivity in BEDT-TTF-Based Organic Metals
Joseph Carlson, LANL 6 Nov 2009 Rich Physics from Simple Interactions
John Carlstrom, U. of Chicago 3 May 2002 Cosmology with Cosmic Microwave Background Observations
Jack Carpenter, ANL IPNS15 Apr 2005 Spallation Neutron Sources: Present and Future
Michael Carpenter, ANL Physics Div.28 Jan 2011 "Investigating" Changing Shell Structure in Neutron Rich Nuclei
Sean Carroll, U. of Chicago 9 Jun 2000 The Accelerating Universe: Enigmas and Nostrums
Ashton Carter, Harvard U.27 Feb 1987 Technical Aspects of the Military Use of Space
Francesca Casadio, Art Institute of Chicago 7 Jun 2013 State of the Art: Probing Complexity in Paint
Rick Casten, Yale U.15 Jan 1993 Valence Correlation Schemes and the Simplicity of Nuclear Structure
26 Apr 2002 Critical Point Symmetries in Nuclei
A. W. Castleman, Penn State U.14 May 1999 Atomic and Molecular Clusters: Matter of Nanoscale Dimensions
Gordon Cates, Princeton U.22 Sep 1995 From Muons to MRI on Guinea Pigs - The Power of Optical Pumping
Fausto Cattaneo, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div.20 Jan 2006  The Magneto-Rotational-Instability and Angular Momentum Transport
Carlton M. Caves, U. of New Mexico, Albuquerque12 Nov 1999 Quantum Information and Quantum Computation, or Why Quantum Mechanics Is Good for You
Joan Centrella, Drexel U.20 Feb 1987 Exploring the Universe Using a Computer
David Ceperley, U. of Illinois, Urbana 9 Dec 1994 The Simulation of Quantum Systems
Moses Chan, Pennsylvania State U. 1 May 1998 Disorder and the Superfluid Transitions
8 Apr 2005 Can a solid be superfluid?
Yoon I. Chang, ANL Engineering Research Div.24 Feb 1995 The Status of the Redirected Nuclear R&D Activities at Argonne
Georges Charpak, CERN 7 Oct 1983 New Prospects in Radiation Detectors
Sergei Chekanov, ANL High Energy Div. 1 Apr 2011 Tests of the Standard Model at the Large Hadron Collider
Yanbei Chen, CalTech20 Mar 2009  Gravitational-Wave Astronomy
Robert M. Chervin, NCAR20 Nov 1992 Global Climate Modeling: Status and Prospects
Eugene Chiang, U. of California, Berkeley22 Apr 2011 Relics of Planet Formation, Here and Abroad
Chia-Ling Chien, Johns Hopkins U. 7 Dec 2007  Nanomagnets: Poles or no Poles
William J. Childs, ANL Physics Div. 4 Feb 1983 High-resolution Laser and RF Spectroscopy of Atomic and Molecular Beams
14 Feb 1992 Overview of Laser-Radiofrequency Double-Resonance Studies of Atomic, Molecular, and Ionic Beams
Cheng Chin, U. of Chicago11 Mar 2005 Converting a Bose-Einstein condensate into a Cooper-paired degenerate Fermi gas
Norman Christ, Columbia U.12 Dec 2003 QCD on a chip
D. Christian, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. 4 Mar 1983 A Super High Speed Data Driven Processor
Ming Chu, CalTech19 Nov 1993 Hadron Structure in Lattice QCD
Steven Chu, Bell Labs.24 Oct 1986 Laser Cooling and Trapping of Atoms: Toward Ultracold Temperatures and High Density
Timothy Chupp, U. of Michigan11 Jun 1993 Measurement of the Spin-Dependent Structure Function of the Neutron at SLAC
25 Apr 2003  NMR and MRI with Laser Polarized Noble Gases: What's New?
Jolie Cizewski, ANL Physics Div. and Rutgers U.27 May 1998 The Magic Numbers of Maria Goeppert-Mayer: Past, Present, and Future
Jason Clark, ANL Physics Div. 6 Feb 2009  Star Bombs in the Lab: Using Nuclear Physics to Model Stellar Explosions
4 Jan 2013 A CARIBU is born: first results from our new baby
R. N. Clayton, Chicago25 Mar 1983 Isotopic Tracers and Clocks in Meteorites
Donald Clayton, Clemson U.11 Sep 1998 Nuclear Astrophysics with Presolar Grains
Enrico Clementi, IBM Corp. 4 Mar 1988 Attempting to Simulate Water as a Liquid and a Solvent on Supercomputers
Ian Cloët, ANL Physics Div.27 Sep 2013 Images from Inner Space: Exposing the Quantum Mechanics within Nucleons and Nuclei
Frank Close, Rutherford 9 Apr 1986 Lepton Scattering and the EMC Effect
Douglas Clowe, Ohio U., Athens, Ohio12 Oct 2012 Through a Lens, Darkly
Stan Cohen, Speakeasy Computing Corp.28 Sep 1984 Experiences of a Physicist Turned Entrepeneur
Piers Coleman, Rutgers U.27 Jan 2012 Magnetism and Superconductivity: A new era of convergence in condensed matter physics
Juan Collar, U. of Chicago 7 Nov 2003 Low-background Detector Development at EFI: WIMPs, Axions, Neutrinos and other Sneaky Beasts
Eugene D. Commins, U. of California 9 Mar 1984 Precise Measurement of Parity Violation in Atomic Thallium
James J. Connell, U. of Chicago14 Nov 1997 Cosmic Ray Composition Studies: Nuclear Physics on a Galactic Scale
Janet Conrad , Columbia U.14 Mar 2003  Seeking the Small Silent Type
Susan Coppersmith, U. of Chicago31 May 1996 Force Fluctuations in Granular Materials
Paul Corkum, NRC Ottawa, Canada10 Sep 2004 Attosecond Lasers
Eric Cornell, JILA, NIST, and U. of Colorado20 Apr 2007  Searching for the Electron's Electric Dipole Moment in Trapped Molecular Ions
J. D. Cowan, Chicago14 May 1982 Spontaneous symmetry breaking in large-scale nervous systems. (What do drug-induced visual hallucinations tell us about the brain?)
John Cowan, U. of Oklahoma16 Feb 2001 r-Process Abundances in Halo Stars and the Age of the Galaxy
Paul L. Cowan, NIST19 Oct 1990 Resonant X-Ray Scattering from Atoms and Molecules
Thomas E. Cowan, LLNL10 Nov 1989 Correlated e+e- Pairs from Superheavy Nuclear Collisions and the Search for Resonant e+e- Scattering
George W. Crabtree, ANL Materials Science Div. 8 Mar 1996 Dynamics of Vortices in Superconductors
22 Sep 2000 Driven Dynamics of Superconducting Vortices
12 Dec 2008  Superconductivity as an Energy Carrier
12 Mar 2010 The Sustainable Energy Challenge
Bernd Crasemann, U. of Oregon 2 May 1997 X-Rays in Atomic Physics -- Then and Now
A. V. Crewe, Chicago19 Mar 1982 Digital Image Processing in Scanning Microscopy
James Cronin, U. of Chicago14 Dec 1984 CP Violation: What Have We Learned in Twenty Years?
Andrew Cumming, U. of California, Lick Observatory12 Sep 2003 Neutron Stars on Fire



John D'Auria, Simon Fraser U., Canada25 Oct 1996 Research with Radioactive Beams at TRIUMF
3 Dec 2004 Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics at the ISAC Radioactive Beams Laboratory Using the DRAGON Facility
Alexander Dalgarno, Harvard U.29 Sep 1989 Atomic and Molecular Processes in Supernova 1987A
Sudeep Das, LBNL 6 Apr 2012 Gravitational Lensing of the Cosmic Microwave Background: A New Frontier
Gary Davidoff, ANL Technical Information Services15 Apr 1994 A Scientist's Tour of the Internet
Cary N. Davids, ANL Physics Div. 2 Feb 1996 New Heavy Proton Emitters - Probing Nuclear Structure at the Drip Line
Edward J. Daw, MIT10 Dec 1999 LIGO - A Direct Experimental Search for Gravitational Radiation from Astrophysical Sources
John W. Dawson, Jr., Penn State U.21 Sep 1990 The American Career of Kurt Goedel
David J. Dean, DOE Office of the Under Secretary for Science 6 Dec 1996 Shell Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei
7 Apr 2000 Phases: From Nuclei to Quantum Dots
8 Oct 2010 Advancing Simulations for Science and Innovation
Paul Debevec, U. of Illinois, Urbana10 Feb 2012 Understanding the Energy Challenge: Science, Technology, Economics and Policy
Johann Deisenhofer, Texas Southwestern Medical Center27 Apr 2001 Interactions of Drugs With Their Target in Atomic Detail
Brian DeMarco, U.of Illinois, Urbana18 May 2012 3D Anderson Localization of Ultracold Matter
David DeMille, Yale U. 1 Nov 2002 Tabletop probes for TeV physics: searches for the electric dipole moment of the electron
Malcom Derrick, ANL High Energy Physics11 Nov 1994 Physics with High Energy e-p Colliding Beams: Results from the ZEUS Detector at HERA
5 Oct 2001 HERA ep colliding beam physics:current results and future prospects
Richard D. Deslattes, NIST, Gaithersburg 2 Dec 1988 High Resolution Diffraction Spectroscopy at Gamma-Ray Energies
Alexander DeVolpi, ANL RAS Div. 7 Apr 1989 Radiation Detection for Arms Control Verification: Far-out Schemes
Stephen L. Dewey, BNL31 Mar 2006  Brain Function by PET Scan
Dmitri Diakonov, Jefferson Lab.24 Sep 2004 Pentaquarks: a new kind of elementary particles?
Richard Diamond, LBNL 8 Dec 1989 Superdeformation
Robert Diebold, ANL High Energy Physics Div. 2 Dec 1983 Progress on the Superconducting Super Collider
Roland Diehl, Max and Planck and Institut fuer Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching24 Feb 2006  High-Energy Astrophysics with Gamma-Ray Telescopes
Jens Dilling, TRIUMF and U. of British Columbia21 Jan 2011 TITAN and the nuclear physics program at ISAC
Todd Ditmire, U. Texas, Austin13 Jan 2012 Petawatt to Exawatt Lasers: The Science and Technology of the Highest Power Lasers Ever Built
Douglas Donahue, U. of Arizona24 Feb 1989 Radiocarbon Dating with Accelerators: Methods and Applications
Jack Dongarra, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div.16 May 1986 Algorithms for Parallel Computers
Carl Dover, BNL 1 May 1992 Strange Quarks in Nuclei
John Doyle, Harvard U.15 Jan 1999 Cooling and Trapping of Molecules
Terence Draper, U. of Kentucky22 Nov 1991 A Look at the Lattice
Axel Drees, SUNY Stony Brook 6 Jun 2003  Jet Quenching and the Quark Gluon Plasma at RHIC
Max Dresden, SLAC17 Feb 1984 The Role of Courage in Theoretical Physics
27 Apr 1990 The Dawn of Gauge Theories
Ronald W. P. Drever, CalTech 4 Jun 1993 Gravitational Wave Detection with Laser Interferometers: Physics behind it, and Physics ahead
Harvey Drucker, Argonne National Lab24 May 2002 The New Approach to Dealing with Terrorism: Asymmetric Warfare.
William Dryer, CalTech 6 Jan 1984 Microchemical Instrumentation in Protein and Nucleic AcidMolecular Biology
Luming Duan, U. of Michigan15 Feb 2013 Recent progress in quantum computation, networking, and simulation with trapped ions
Jozef Dudek, Jefferson Lab and Old Dominion U.23 Mar 2012 Gluonic Excitations in QCD
Robert W. Dunford, ANL Physics Div. 9 Jan 1998 Two-photon Decay
Robert S. Van Dyck, Jr., U. of Washington17 Sep 1993 High-Precision Mass Measurements Using the Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer
H. Fred Dylla, Jefferson Lab.22 Nov 1996 Developing High-Average-Power Lasers for Material Processing
Alex Dzierba, Indiana U.16 Apr 1999 Mesons with Unusual Quantum Numbers and Gluonic Excitations



Don Edwards, DESY10 Apr 1998 The TESLA Collaboration: A Major Effort on Superconducting RF Development
Helen Edwards, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. 2 Apr 1993 The TESLA Superconducting RF Linear Collider Option
4 Jan 2002 Update on TESLA
Donald M. Eigler, IBM Almaden Research Center18 Mar 1994 Quantum Corrals
Robert A. Eisenstein, Nuclear Physics Lab.14 Nov 1986 Nuclear Physics with Antiprotons
27 Sep 1991 Physics Using the Low-Energy Antiproton Ring at CERN
Lynne Osman Elkin, California State U. at Hayward 4 Jun 2004 Rosalind Franklin and the Double Helix
Steve Elliott, LANL29 Mar 2002 Double Beta Decay: Is the Neutrino Mass Within Reach?
4 Mar 2005 Double-beta decay and the neutrino
Alex J. Elwyn, ANL Physics Div.20 Feb 1981 Low energy reactions of light ions with 6Li - odds and ends
G. T. Emery, Indiana U.10 Jan 1986 The Literature of Physics
Rolf Ent, Jefferson National Lab.19 Sep 2003 The Science Driving the Jefferson Lab 12-GeV Upgrade
14 Mar 2008  Quark-Hadron Duality and the Onset of the Quark Parton Model
Henning Esbensen, ANL Physics Div.15 Oct 1993 Structure and Reactions of Light Neutron Rich Nuclei
Kenneth Evenson, NIST, Boulder CO30 Apr 1993 The Final Measurement of the Speed of Light
C.W. Francis Everitt, Stanford U. 2 Dec 2011 Frame-Dragging, Cryogenics, and Space: The Gravity Probe B Experiment



Daniel Fabrycky, U. of Chicago30 Nov 2012 Planetary System Architectures from Kepler
Charles Falco,, U. of Arizona19 Dec 2003 The Science of Optics; The History of Art
Ugo Fano, U. of Chicago 4 Dec 1992 A Common Mechanism of Collective Phenomena
Mitchell Farmer, ANL Nuclear Engineering Div. 3 Jun 2011 Light Water Reactor Severe Accident Analysis and Experimentation at Argonne Related to the Nuclear Incident in Japan
E. H. Farnum, LANL20 Mar 1981 Fabrication of laser fusion targets
Claude-André Faucher-Giguère, U. of California, Berkeley 8 Nov 2013 Feedback-Regulated Star Formation on Galactic and Cosmological Scales
Mitchell J. Feigenbaum, Cornell U. 4 Nov 1983 Scaling and the Onset of Chaos
Gerald Feldman, U. of Saskatchewan21 Oct 1994 The Charge Symmetry Puzzle in 4He
H. Feshbach, MIT22 May 1987 On the Narrow Sigma Hypernuclear States
Thomas Fields, ANL High Energy Physics Div.15 May 1992 Status Report on the Soudan Proton Decay Experiment
Bradley Filippone, CalTech 8 Oct 1993 Nuclear Opacity in Quasi-Elastic Scattering
17 May 2002 What's So Cool About Ultra-Cold Neutrons?
Sam Finn, Penn State U. 7 Jun 2002 Gravitational Wave Phenomenology
Millicent Firestone, Argonne National Lab22 Mar 2002 Self-Assembled Nanostructures
John W. Firor, NCAR28 Mar 1986 Atmospheric Effects and Soaring
Ferol Fish, Gas Research Institute 5 Nov 1987 The Deep Drilling Experiment in the Siljan Ring of Sweden
Peter Fisher, MIT 6 Nov 1998 The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Experiment
Gerald J. Fishman, NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center25 Mar 1994 Gamma-Ray Bursts: Observational Overview
Brian W. Fitzpatrick, Google Inc. 7 Sep 2007  Google: Building Scalable Systems and Moving Large Datasets
Victor Flambaum, U. of New South Wales 9 Dec 2005  Parity and Time Reversal Violation in Atoms and Nuclei and Tests of the Standard Model
Nadia Fomin, U. of Tennessee 9 May 2014 Nuclear Physics with Neutrons in Tennessee
R. Fortner, LLNL 4 Jun 1982 Z-Pinch Atomic Physics Project (ZAPP)
Norval Fortson, U. of Washington 4 Nov 1994 Probing Particle Phsyics by Measuring Parity Violation and Testing Time Reversal Symmetry in Atoms
J. Foster, Chalk River30 Apr 1982 Time development of Heavy Ion Induced Fission by Crystal Blocking and X-Ray Techniques
W. A. Fowler, CalTech27 Mar 1987 How Old is the Observable Universe
Frank Y. Fradin, ANL OTD18 Dec 1987 Scientific and Technical Opportunities in High Temperature Superconductivity
Richard van Frank, Eli Lilly Corp.28 Oct 1983 Industrial Scale Recombinant DNA Technology
Allan Franklin, U. Colorado, Boulder, CO19 Oct 2012 Experiment, Then and Now
Stefan Frauendorf, Notre Dame U.14 Jan 2005 New symmetries of rotating nuclei
Hans Frauenfelder, U. of Illinois, Urbana11 Feb 1983 Physics of Proteins
Anna Frebel, U. of Texas at Austin19 Sep 2008  Observing the Signatures of the r-Process in Metal-Poor Stars
John E. Frederick, U. of Chicago 4 Feb 1994 Ultraviolet Radiation and the Biosphere: Contrasts Between the Hemispheres
Wendy Freedman, Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, CA19 Mar 2010 The Giant Magellan Telescope
Stuart J. Freedman, U. of California at Berkeley and LBNL 7 May 1982 Quantum Mechanics, Reality and All That
23 Oct 1992 Search for the 17-keV Neutrino
31 Jan 2003  KamLand
25 Mar 2005 Direct Evidence for Neutrino Oscillations from KamLAND
2 Oct 2009 Oscillating Neutrinos and Oscillating Decay Probabilities
Richard Freeman, Bell Labs.11 Mar 1988 The Conductivity of a Simple Metal from Room Temperature to Greater than One Million Degrees
Martin Freer, U. of Birmingham 4 Nov 2011 Simplicity from Complexity: Clustering in Nuclei
Anthony French, MIT 3 Jun 1988 Taking a New Look at Introductory Physics at the University Level
Peter G. O. Freund, U. of Chicago 8 Feb 2008  A Passion for Discovery
J. L. Friar, LANL 3 Jun 1982 The Trinucleon Bound States for Nonexperts
Dan Friedan, U. of Chicago18 Oct 1985 String
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D. A. Lewis, ANL Physics Div. and Iowa State 8 May 1981 Laser spectroscopy with radioactive atoms
A. Libchaber, U. of Chicago10 Oct 1986 Quasiperiodicity and Chaos: An Experimental Study
Daniel Lidar, Toronto U.24 Oct 2003 Quantum Computers and Decoherence: Exorcising the Demon from the Machine
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30 Sep 1983 Fun with Magnetic Monopoles
17 Jan 1986 The Impact of the Discovery of the Antiproton
17 Jul 1987 Why Nuclei are Made of Nucleons Instead of Quarks
21 Jun 1991 The Clock Paradox in Quantum Tunnelling: Is the Twin Who Tunnels Through the Mountain Older or Younger Than His Brother
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9 Sep 1994 The Mossbauer Effect and the Parton Model: from Crystals to Synchrotron Radiation and Heavy Quarks
Kim Lister, ANL Physics Div.31 Jan 1992 New Projects in Nuclear Structure Physics: Far, Fast, Hot and Heavy
29 Jan 1999 Gammasphere at Argonne: The Device Moved But Did The Physics?
A. E. Litherland, U. of Toronto 7 Aug 1985 14C Dating and Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS)
W. A. Little, Stanford U.17 Apr 1987 Microminiature Refrigeration of the New High Tc Superconducting Chips
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Hong Liu, MIT31 Oct 2008  Understanding the Quark-gluon Plasma via String Theory
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30 Jan 2004 Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Egypt
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Claude Lyneis, LBNL30 May 2008 ECR Ion Sources for Nuclear Physics Research
Eric Lynn, ANL Physics Div. and AERE 6 Jan 1989 50 Years of Nuclear Fission



Dietrich Müller, U. of Chicago 9 Nov 2012 Hundred Years of Cosmic Rays: Some Reflections on the Research in Chicago
Holger Müller, U. California, Berkeley 1 Feb 2013 Matter-wave Clocks
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L. F. Mausner, BNL 8 Oct 1982 The Production of Spallation Radio Nuclides for Medical Applications
M. May, BNL 6 Mar 1981 Strange particles in the nucleus
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12 Apr 2005 High-energy Particle Astrophysics Research in K-12 Schools
Larry McLerran, BNL 5 Mar 2004 What is the Experimental Evidence for the Color Glass Condensate?
Ian McNulty, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div. 1 Oct 2004 X-ray Vortices
Robert L. Merlino, The U. of Iowa14 Feb 2003 Dusty plasmas in the laboratory and space
Russell Messier, Pennsylvania State U.12 May 1989 Artificial Diamond: Facts and Fantasies
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Sarah Milkovich, JPL 5 Oct 2012 Mars Science Laboratory: Where Our Curiosity Is Taking Us
John Millener, BNL11 Nov 2005  The p-Shell: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Dean Miller, ANL Materials Science Div. 9 Mar 2007  Correlating Microstructure and Current Transport in High Temperature Superconductor Wires
James F. Miller, ANL CMT23 Jan 2004 Hydrogen - The fuel of the future
Donald H. Miller, Northwestern U. 4 Mar 1994 Is the Proton Spin Crisis Resolved?
John Miller, ANL Chemistry Div.21 Sep 1984 Long-distance Electron Tunneling between Molecules
Richard Milner, MIT 3 Nov 2000 The Electron Ion Collider: A Powerful New Nicroscope to Study the Structure of Matter
Stephen Milton, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div.17 Nov 2000 Self-Amplified Spontaneous Emission: Extending Synchrotron Light Source Brightness by Many Orders of Magnitude
Ellis D. Miner, JPL 6 Feb 1987 Uranus Unveiled
14 Dec 1990 The Voyager Mission to the Outer Planets
Andrei Mirzabekov, ANL Biology Div. & Engelhart Institute of Molecular Biology11 Dec 1998 Biological Microchips: A Challenge for Engineers, Physicists and Computer Scientists
Rajat Mittal, The George Washington U.10 Oct 2008  Computational Modeling and Analysis of the Fluid Dynamics of Competitive Swimming
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Keith Moffat, U. of Chicago30 Mar 2001 Picosecond Time-resolved Macromolecular Crystallography: Molecular Movies?
David Moncton, ANL Advanced Photon Source17 May 1985 Synchrotron X-Ray Scattering: Recent Accomplishments and Future Opportunities with a 6 GeV Ring
29 Jan 1988 The Advanced Photon Source: a Step Closer to Reality
Ernest J. Moniz, MIT28 Oct 1988 Electromagnetic Study of Nuclei: Programs at Bates Facility
Christopher Monroe, U. of Michigan27 Oct 2000 Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions
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Hugh Montgomery, Jefferson Lab.20 Nov 2009 Exploring the Nature of Matter: Jefferson Lab and its plans
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G. Michael Morris, U. of Rochester16 Sep 1988 Pattern Recognition with Photon-Limited Images
Jon Morse, U. of Colorado22 Mar 1996 The Birth of Stars: Proto-Stellar Jets, Accretion and Proto- Planetary Disks
Ben Mottelson, NORDITA19 Sep 1980 The interacting boson model
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Bryon Mueller, ANL Physics Div. 8 Jan 1999 Measurement of the Light Quark Flavor Asymmetry in the Nucleon Sea
Peter Mueller, ANL Physics Div.16 Nov 2007  Simple Atoms, Extreme Nuclei: Laser Spectroscopy of 6He and 8He
Madhusree Mukerjee, Scientific American 1 Dec 1995 Probing the Real World
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Anneli Munkholm, Philips Lumileds Lighting Company 4 Apr 2008 High Power Light Emitting Diodes: Progress & Challenges
Margaret Murnane, U. of Michigan17 Oct 1997 Extreme Nonlinear Optics - Generation of Coherent, Femtosecond, X-Ray Pulses



Shoji Nagamiya, Nevis Lab.20 Sep 1991 The Nucleus as an Assembly of Quarks
Sidney Nagel, U. of Chicago 3 Dec 1993 Relaxation at the Angle of Repose: Flow and Sound in Sand
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James L. Nagle, U. of Colorado14 Nov 2008  What have we learned about the Quark Gluon Plasma? And what does it mean?
Prabhakar Nair, UOP LLC, a Honeywell Company 8 May 2009 Biofuels: Unlocking the Potential
Yoichiro Nambu, U. of Chicago19 Oct 1984 Fermion-boson Relations in BCS-type Theories
Thomas Nash, Fermi National Accelerator Lab.10 Jan 1992 Future of Computing in High Energy Physics
Priyamvada Natarajan, Yale U.14 Oct 2011 Mapping dark matter and dark energy in the Universe using gravitational lensing by clusters
Alan Nathan, U. of Illinois, Urbana20 Sep 2002 The Physics of Hitting a Home Run
Witek Nazarewicz, U. of Tennessee & ORNL29 Jan 1993 Nuclear Superdeformations
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Clive R. Neal, U. of Notre Dame17 Nov 2006  The Need for and Challenges of Installing a Global Lunar Seismic Network: The Notre Dame-led LuSeN Mission
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Ann Nelson, U. Washington 4 May 2012 Portals for New Physics at the Intensity Frontier
Jerry Nelson, LBNL19 Apr 1985 The Ten-meter Telescope Project
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Victor Ninov, LBNL 5 Nov 1999 Status and Perspectives of Super Heavy-Element Research
Larry Nittler, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington 7 Oct 2011 Hermeochemistry: The composition of Mercury from MESSENGER X-ray, Gamma-ray, and Neutron Measurements
Lawrence Nodulman, ANL High Energy Physics Div. 1 May 1987 The Collider Detector at Fermilab Confronts Physics
William Noel, U. of Pennsylvania16 May 2014 EUREKA! The Archimedes Palimpsest
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Kenneth M. Nollett, ANL Physics Div.12 May 2006  Nuclear Physics in the pp Chain, r-Process, and x-Process
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E. B. Norman, Washington U.30 Jan 1981 26Al and 180Ta: two puzzles in nuclear astrophysics
Mike Norman, ANL Materials Science Div.28 Sep 2007  High-Temperature Superconductivity - After 20 Years, Where Are We At?
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James R. Norris, ANL Chemistry Div.15 Jan 1988 Unlocking the Chemistry of Photosynthesis
Michael J. North, ANL Decision and Information Sciences Div. 3 Dec 2010 Introduction to Agent-based Modeling and Simulation



Robert O'Dell, Rice U.23 Sep 1994 Exploring the Stellar Nursery in Orion with the Hubble Space Telescope
Tom O'Neill, ANL Physics Div.12 Feb 1999 Are Virtual Particles Real?
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Takeshi Oka, U. of Chicago 1 Feb 1985 Infrared Spectroscopic Studies of Molecular Ions
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Douglas D. Osheroff, Stanford U. 7 Dec 2004 Understanding the Columbia Space Shuttle Accident
Peter Ostroumov, ANL Physics Div. 2 May 2014 Accelerator Perspectives for Nuclear Physics
Ernst W. Otten, U. of Mainz24 Oct 1997 Spin Polarized 3He Measurement of the Form Factor of the Neutron and of the Human Lung



Hasan Padamsee, Lab. for Elementary Particle Physics, Cornell U. 9 May 2003 Why Superconductivity Will Propel the Next Generation Accelerators for Light Sources and Linear Colliders
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M. Parrinello, Trieste and ANL Materials Div.13 Feb 1981 Molecular dynamics study of crystal structure transformations
Michael Paul, Hebrew U.10 Mar 2006  Laboratory View on Extinct Radioactivities, Galactic Radioactivities and Star Dust
Peter Paul, SUNY, Stony Brook20 May 1992 The Superconducting Heavy-Ion Linac in Nuclear Physics Research
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Stephan Paul, Technische Universität München25 Apr 2008  Origin and Structure of the Universe: The Neutron's Point of View
Francesco Pederiva, U. of Trento 7 Feb 2014 Auxiliary Field Diffusion Monte Carlo Methods: From Baryonic Matter to Quantum Wells
Michael J. Pellin, ANL Materials Science Div.27 Jan 2006  Atoms Returned from Our Sun: First Measurements from the Genesis Spacecraft
Michael Pennington , Jefferson Lab22 May 1998 Pions: Unbaring Their Lightness of Being
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Michael Pepper, FRS, Cambridge U. 3 Sep 1993 Ballistic Transport in One-Dimensional Semiconductors
Charles Perdrisat, College of William and Mary 2 Nov 2001 Proton Form Factor Measurements at Jefferson Lab
Gil Perlow, ANL Physics Div.21 Mar 1986 Mossbauer Effect
Paul J. Persiani, ANL Engineering Physics Div.20 Mar 1992 The Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Process and Non-Proliferation Problems
Michael Peshkin, Northwestern U. 7 Feb 1992 Passive Robotics and Mechanical Computation
24 Mar 2006  Kinesthetically Linked Dyads: Are Two Motor-Control Systems Better Than One?
Murray Peshkin, ANL Physics Div.20 Jan 1989 What Did We Learn from the Aharonov-Bohm Effect?
29 May 2009  Reflections on Wartime Los Alamos and Some of Its People
Amanda K. Petford-Long, ANL CNM17 Sep 2010 The role of interfaces in the behavior of magnetic tunnel junction structures
William Phillips, NIST13 Nov 1992 Laser Cooling: the Coldest Atoms Ever!
12 Apr 2013 Atomtronic circuitry: A Bose-Einstein condensate in ring
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Steven C. Pieper, ANL Physics Div. 6 Jan 1995 Variational Calculations of Light Nuclei
5 Feb 2010 American Physical Society 2010 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics talk: Finding Real Nuclei in Imaginary Time
Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, U. of Chicago17 May 2013 The physics of climate sensitivity
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Lev Pitaevskii, U. of Trento and Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems17 Sep 2004 Bose-Einstein Condensate - a New State of Matter
Kevin Pitts, U. of Illinois, Urbana10 Sep 2010 Three Decades of the CDF Experiment, Many Decades of Sensitivity
Lucas Platter, ANL Physics Div.20 Apr 2012 From cold atoms to light nuclei
John C. Polanyi, U. of Toronto19 Mar 1993 Surface Aligned Photochemistry
Arthur M. Poskanzer, LBNL22 Mar 1985 Compression and Expansion in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions
Theodore Postol, MIT23 Jun 2000 Scientific Fraud in the US National Missile Defense Program
Helmut Poth, Karlsruhe12 Oct 1984 Physics of Antiprotonic Atoms
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Michelle Povinelli, U. Southern California25 Mar 2011 Applications of Nanophotonics: Absorption Engineering and Optomechanical Circuits
Madappa Prakash, Ohio U.24 Apr 1998 Photons and Neutrinos from Neutron Stars: Probes of Hot and Dense Matter
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C. Prescott, Stanford29 May 1981 Neutral currents - past present and future
W. Press, Harvard 3 Apr 1981 Sunny weather - nonlinear hydrodynamics deep in the sun
David Price, ANL Materials Science Div. 3 Oct 1997 Stable and Supercooled Hot Liquids
David E. Pritchard, MIT24 Mar 1995 Atom Optics and Atom Interferometers
H. Pugh, LBNL14 Jan 1983 Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics
G. zu Putlitz, GSI Darmstadt26 Feb 1982 Atomic and Nuclear Physics Experiments with Heavy Ions at GSI in Darmstadt
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Yongzhong Qian, U. of Minnesota29 Sep 2000 Recent Progress in Understanding Nucleosynthesis via Rapid Neutron Capture: from Rocks, Stars, and Galaxies to Neutrinos, Nuclei, and Nuclear Matter
Chris Quigg, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. 6 Feb 2004 The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics



Gene Rackow, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div.10 Apr 1992 Computer Viruses, Worms, and Other Miscreants of Magnetized Rust
J. Y. E. Rahman, ANL Biology Div. 4 Dec 1981 Targeted drug delivery - tomorrow's therapy
Mark G. Raizen, U. of Texas at Austin 3 Oct 2008  Comprehensive Control of Atomic and Molecular Motion
Krishna Rajagopal, MIT13 Nov 1998 The Many Phases of QCD
Tijana Rajh, ANL Center for Nanoscale Materials30 Oct 2009 Healing of Nanoparticle Surfaces: An Opportunity for Improved Energy Conversion
John P. Ralston, U. of Kansas 7 Nov 1997 The First Gauge Theory
Norman Ramsey, U. of Colorado 7 Nov 1986 Experiments is Time Reversal Symmetry and Parity
Michael Ramsey-Musolf, U. of Wisconsin15 Mar 2002 What can precision low-energy measurements teach us about 'new physics'?
23 Apr 2010 Nuclear Science and the New Standard Model
Scott Ransom, National Radio Astronomy Observatory18 Feb 2011 Basic Physics with Millisecond Pulsars
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Helmut Rechenberg, Northwestern U.18 May 1990 The Secret German Uranium Project (1939-1945)
Ruth Reck, ANL Environmental Research Div. 6 May 1994 Global Climate Change
Joe Redish, U. of Maryland23 Mar 1990 How the Microcomputer Changes the Way We Teach Physics
Ernst Rehm, ANL Physics Div.13 Feb 1998 Experiments with Radioactive Beams - Studying Stellar Explosions in the Laboratory
30 Apr 2004 'Per aspera ad astra' - Nuclear astrophysics with radioactive beams
Paul E. Reimer , ANL Physics Div.11 Sep 2009 A Tale of Two Protons, or two tales of the Proton's sea
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Charles K. Rhodes, U. of Illinois, Chicago 8 Mar 1985 Studies of Muliquantum Processes in Atoms
10 May 1996 Nanotechnology Concept for Multiphoton Multikilovolt X-ray Production
Elizabeth Ricard-McCutchan, ANL Physics Div.30 Apr 2010 Imagining Nuclei: Real time tests of ab-initio calculations
Achim Richter, Institute for Nuclear Physics, Darmstadt U. of Technology10 Apr 2003 Playing Billiards with Microwaves - Quantum Manifestations of Classical Chaos
Stephen J. Riley, ANL Chemistry Div.30 Oct 1987 Physics and Chemistry of Isolated Transition Metal Clusters
Michael Riordan, SLAC23 Apr 1999 The Invention of the Transistor
Dirk Rischke, Yale U.27 Mar 1998 Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Under the Microscope: What Can We Learn from Relativistic Heavy-Ion Physics?
Hamish Roberston, U. of Washington21 Sep 2001  SNO Flies: The Solar Neutrino Problem Resolved
Craig D. Roberts, ANL Physics Div. 1 Feb 1991 Quantum Chromodynamics: Experimental Support and Nonperturbative Outlook
8 Oct 1999 Inside Hadron Physics
6 Oct 2006  Much Ado About Hadrons
17 Dec 2010 The Paradox of Emptiness: Much Ado about Nothing
R. G. Hamish Robertson, U. of Washington21 Feb 1992 Neutrinos - Bordering on the Mass?
26 Feb 2010 Neutrino Physics for the Masses
Natalie Roe, LBNL30 Nov 2001 What's the Matter with Antimatter?
Ralf Roehlsberger, U. Rostock26 May 2000 Resonant X-ray Scattering from Rotating Matter: The Nuclear Lighthouse Effect
C. Rolfs, Muenster and Ohio State16 Jan 1981 The solar neutrino problem- or is it?
Steven Rolston, NIST 2 Dec 1994 Laser-cooled Atoms - The Coldest Things Around
28 Mar 2003 Ultracold Neutral Plasmas
Michael Romalis, Princeton U.26 Jan 2007  Atomic Magnetometers for Fundamental Physics and Applications
25 Apr 2014 Precision Measurements with Atomic Magnetometers
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Thomas F. Rosenbaum, U. of Chicago 5 May 1989 Spin Glasses: Models and Methods
Robert Roser, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. 9 Oct 1998 The Top Quark, from Discovery to Present
Jonathan Rosner, U. of Chicago 9 Dec 1988 Electroweak Interactions at the TeV Scale
31 Oct 1997 Particles with Beauty - Windows on New Physics
Robert Rosner, U. of Chicago 2 Jun 2000 Using Simulations to Connect Astrophysics to the Laboratory
Thomas D. Rossing, Northern Illinois U. & ANL Materials Components Technology Div.22 Feb 1991 Some Perspectives on Physics Teaching
Berta Rubio, U. Valencia, Spain15 Apr 2011 Total Absorption Spectroscopy, a remedy against "Pandemonium"
Garry Rumbles, National Renewable Energy Lab. 3 Mar 2006  Excitonic Solar Cells: from Quantum Dots and Proteins to Carbon Nanotubes
W. David Rust, NOAA/National Severe Storms Lab. 5 Apr 1996 The Electrical Structure of Thunderstorms
Michael Rust, U. of Chicago22 Feb 2013 Robust Circadian Rhythms from Three Proteins
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Paul H. Rutherford, Princeton U.17 Dec 1993 The Status of Magnetic Confinement Fusion



Subir Sachdev, Harvard U.10 Apr 2009  Quantum Criticality and Black Holes
Miquel Salmeron, LBNL22 May 1989 The Study of Surface Structures with the Scanning Tunnelling Microscope
Massimo Salvatores, Argonne National Lab19 Apr 2002 Physics and Issues of Radioactive Waste Transmutation
Andrew W. Sandorfi, Jefferson National Accelerator Lab. 6 Apr 1984 Medium Energy Beams with a Light Bulb
22 Mar 1991 A Polarized View of the Strong Interaction in Few-Nucleon Systems
7 Nov 2008 Novel Physics with Frozen-Spin Polarized Solid Hydrogen
Robin Santra, ANL Chemical Sciences and Engineering Div.15 May 2009  High-Intensity Laser Control of X-Ray Processes
Jonathan Sapirstein, U. of Notre Dame11 Feb 1994 Theory of Parity Violation in Cesium
Stephen Saunders, JPL16 Dec 1994 Magellan Mission to Venus
Martin Savage, U. of Washington, Seattle18 Apr 2003 Effective Field Theory in Nuclear Physics
Guy Savard, ANL Physics Div. 5 Dec 1997 Physics with Trapped Radioactive Ions
6 Jan 2006  High-Precision Mass Measurements, Vud , and the Status of the CKM Unitarity
Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State U.11 Apr 2003 Cosmic Fireworks and Radioactive Beams
13 Dec 2013 X-ray Bursts, Palladium Oceans and Rare Isotope Crusts - the Strange World of Accreting Neutron Stars
Rocco Schiavilla, Jefferson Lab. and Old Dominion U.19 Nov 1999 Few-Body Capture Reactions: Precision Nuclear Astrophysics
John P. Schiffer, ANL Physics Div.12 Dec 1986 Is There a Condensed State in Ion Beams?
3 Feb 1989 Are Crystalline Ion Plasmas Attainable?
10 Feb 1995 The Way to Crystallization of Confined Ions: Phase Transitions, Normal Modes, and Experiments
7 Jan 2000 Nuclear Physics, The Core of Matter, The Fuel of Stars
21 Sep 2007  Perspectives on Nuclear Physics over the Past 100 Years
9 Sep 2011 100th Anniversary of the Nucleus
Marianne Schiffer, ANL Biological and Medical Research Div.27 Mar 1992 Proteins: Nature's Sensors and Machines
Peter Schiffer, U. of Notre Dame29 May 1998 Beach Physics: Studies of Wetting and Drag Force in Granular Media
Sebastian Schmidt , Forschungszentrum Jülich 3 Feb 2012 Forschungszentrum Jülich: Highlights from the Present and Directions for the Future
David N. Schramm, U. of Chicago 3 Dec 1982 The Very Early Universe
13 May 1988 Shadows of Creation: The Dark Matter of the Universe
7 Apr 1995 Recent Action with the Big Bang
21 Nov 1997 Dark Matter and the Density of Baryons in the Universe
Alan Schriesheim, ANL OTD16 Dec 1983 Some Thoughts on Long Range Research
I. Schuller, ANL Materials Science Div. 6 Nov 1981 Artificial metallic superlattices
David Schuster, U. of Chicago 4 Feb 2011 Quantum Optics with Circuits
8 Jun 2012 Cavity QED with electrons on helium
Achim Schwenk, TU Darmstadt, Germany15 Mar 2013 Three nucleon forces: From neutron-rich nuclei to neutron stars
D. Scott, Michigan State23 Oct 1981 Extreme states of nuclear systems
Glenn T. Seaborg, LBNL 7 Jun 1996 Chemical Research with New Elements at the Chemistry Division
Al Seckel, CalTech21 May 2004 The World's Most Powerful Illusions: An Interactive Journey Through Your Mind's Eye
Susan Seestrom, LANL 5 May 1995 The Nucleus as an Amplifier for the Weak Interaction
Ralph E. Segel, Northwestern U.11 Mar 1994 High Momentum Transfer Reactions: Past and Present
Patrick Seitzer, U. of Michigan27 Sep 1996 Hubble Space Telescope: Tragedy to Triumph
B. Serot, Stanford28 Jan 1983 Relativistic Quantum Field Theory of Nuclear Structure
Savdeep Sethi, U. of Chicago29 Feb 2008  Time and String Theory
Richard Seto, U. of California at Riverside16 Oct 1998 Squeezing the Nucleus: High Density Matter in Heavy-Ion Collisions
Darek Seweryniak, ANL Physics Div. 5 Mar 2010 Exploration of Exotic Nuclei with Gammasphere and the Fragment Mass Analyzer
Michael Shaevitz, Columbia U.28 Jan 2005 Neutrino Masses and Oscillations: A View of the Next Steps
Charles Shank, Bell Labs, Holmdel 9 Nov 1984 Investigation of Ultrafast Events with Femtosecond Optical Techniques
Vivek Sharma, U. of California at San Diego27 Apr 2012 The Hunt for the Higgs Boson at CERN
Gopal Shenoy, ANL Experimental Facilities Div. 1 Jun 1990 A Random Walk in Science at the Advanced Photon Source
4 Dec 1998 Scientific Research at the Advanced Photon Source
Matthew Shepherd, Indiana U.23 May 2014 The Ongoing Quest to Understand the QCD Spectrum of Mesons
John Sheppard, SLAC25 Apr 1986 The SLAC Linear Collider Project
Bradley M. Sherrill, Michigan State U.13 Oct 2000 Nuclear Structure Studies at RIA
26 Mar 2010 Designer Nuclei: A New Tool with New Applications
Elena Shevchenko, ANL Center for Nanoscale Materials20 Jan 2012 Design of nanostructures: synthesis and properties
Ian Shipsey, Purdue U. 4 May 2007  Bringing Hearing to the Deaf -- Cochlear Implants: a Technical and Personal Account
Neil Shubin, U. of Chicago30 Mar 2007  Discovering a Link Between Fish and Limbed Animals: The Story of Tiktaalik roseae
Edward Shuryak, SUNY, Stony Brook18 Nov 1994 RHIC Physics
D. Peter Siddons, National Synchrotron Light Source11 Oct 1991 Mossbauer Spectroscopy Using Synchrotron Radiation
Richard W. Siegel, ANL Materials Science Div. 7 Jan 1994 Nanostructured Materials
Rolf Siemssen, KVI, Groningen20 Nov 1998 Radioactive Beam Facilities and Projects
Peter Sigmund, Odense U. & ANL Physics Div.23 Sep 1981 Sputtering of multi-component targets
21 Oct 1988 Barkas Effect in Stopping of Charged Particles
18 Jan 1991 Cluster Bombardment of Solids; Cluster Fusion?
Luiz Da Silva, LLNL11 Oct 1996 Soft X-ray Lasers and their Applications
Gustavus Simmons, Sandia National Lab.25 Jan 1985 Contemporary Cryptology
Jonathan Simon, U. Chicago11 Jan 2013 Engineering Quantum Materials from Cold Atoms: Mott Insulators to Emergent Crystals
James Simpson, ANL High Energy Physics Div.22 May 1981 Stochastic beam cooling - techniques and use
27 Jan 1989 Wake Field Acceleration: Advanced Technology for Linear Colliders
Daniel Sinclair, U. of Michigan21 Oct 1983 Recent Results from the IMB Proton Decay Experiment
S. K. Sinha, ANL Materials Science Div. 6 Feb 1981 Inelastic neutron spectroscopy with epithermal neutrons from IPNS
Dennis Sivers, ANL High Energy Physics Div.23 Sep 1988 The Mystery of the Proton Spin
R. E. Slusher, Bell Labs. 3 Apr 1987 Squeezed States: Silent Light and its Applications
Richard E. Smalley, Rice U. 6 Oct 1989 Photo-electron Spectroscopy of Metal and Semiconductor Clusters
12 Nov 1993 Buckyballs and Nanotechnology
Larry Smarr, U. of Illinois, Urbana24 Feb 1984 Supercomputer Simulations of Active Galactic Nuclei, RadioJets and Black Holes
Gerald A. Smith, Pennsylvania State U.13 Jan 1984 Low Energy NNbar Physics
Peter Smith, U. of Arizona16 Apr 2010 The Journey of the Phoenix
Roger A. Smith, Texas A&M 5 Feb 1982 Many-body Theory Made Planar
Robert Smither, ANL Advanced Photon Source10 May 1991 Crystal Diffraction Gamma-Ray Telescope
Lee Smolin, Waterloo, Canada28 May 2004 Loop Quantum Gravity
Kurt Snover, U. of Washington20 Apr 1984 Giant Dipole Resonances Built on Excited Nuclear States
18 Mar 1988 Giant Dipole Resonances and the Deformation of Hot Nuclei
Sara A. Solla, Bell Labs.26 Jan 1990 Learning and Generalization in Layered Neural Networks
Dam Thanh Son, U. of Washington18 Nov 2011 Viscosity, quark gluon plasma, and string theory
Andrew Sonnenschein, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. 4 Mar 2011 Dark Matter Detection with Bubble Chambers
Steve Southworth, ANL Physics Div. 5 Jan 1996 Atomic X-Ray Physics Using Synchrotron Radiation
Ian Spielman, NIST & U. of Maryland10 Jan 2014 Gauge Fields with Cold Atoms
Maria Spiropulu, U. of California Santa Barbara21 Nov 2003 Space Exploration with Colliders
Gene D. Sprouse, SUNY, Stony Brook10 Jan 1997 Laser Trapping of Radioactive Francium, Present Results and Future Prospects
Kartik Srinivasan, NIST29 Mar 2013 Manipulating the Color and Shape of Single Photons generated by Quantum Nanophotonic Devices
Johanna Stachel, SUNY, Stony Brook18 Feb 1994 The Little Bang: Creating Hot and Dense Matter in the Laboratory
Gary Steigman, Ohio State U.20 Oct 1989 Cosmic Lithium: Going Up or Coming Down?
Paul Steinhardt, Princeton U.28 Mar 2014 Once Upon a Time in Kamchatka: The Extraordinary Search for Natural Quasicrystals
Brian Stephenson, ANL Materials Science Div.18 Oct 1996 Intensity Fluctuation Spectroscopy Using Coherent X-Rays: Nano-Scale and Atomic-Scale Dynamics
George Sterman, SUNY, Stony Brook14 Nov 2003 Perturbative QCD: the Phenomenology of Quarks and Gluons
Frank Stevens, LBNL27 Sep 1985 Gamma Ray Spectroscopy
Rick Stevens, ANL Computing, Environment and Life Sciences Directorate; Computer science and Computation Institute, U. of Chicago26 Jan 1996 Wide Area Multimedia Supercomputing
9 Oct 2009 Building the Science Case for Exascale Computing
Daniel R. Stinebring, Oberlin College 9 Jan 2009  Detecting Gravitational Waves with Pulsars
Edward C. Stone, JPL13 Mar 1981 The Voyager encouter with Saturn
1 Nov 1996 The Search for Life Elsewhere
Horst Stormer, Bell Labs.25 May 1984 Fractional Quantization of the Hall Effect
Katherine J. Strandburg, ANL Materials Science Div. 1 Dec 1989 Energy, Entropy, and Quasicrystal Structure
Matt Strassler, Harvard U.26 May 2006  Magical Metamorphoses: Duality in Quantum Theory
15 Nov 2013 What the Large Hadron Collider Has Taught Us So Far
Louis-Gregory Strolger, Space Telescope Science Institute12 Mar 2004 Supernovae and the Accelerating/Decelerating Universe
Curtis J Struck, Iowa State U.21 Apr 2000 Galaxy Collisions: The Driving Process of Galaxy Evolution
Jeremiah Sullivan, U. of Illinois, Urbana18 Jan 1985 Technology and Arms Control Issues of the Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars)
Raman Sundrum, Johns Hopkins U. 5 Nov 2004 The Superworld, The Braneworld, and Our World
Simon Swordy, U. of Chicago 1 Jun 2001 The Cosmic Ray Conundrum - Does this make any sense?



Tim Tait, ANL High Energy Physics Div27 May 2005 Precision Data and Hints for Physics Beyond the SM
Isao Tanihata, ANL Physics Div.16 Apr 2004 A New View of Nuclear Structure: Studies with Radioactive Ion Beams in Japan
Gary Taubes, Contributing Correspondent, Science Magazine 5 Nov 1993 Bad Science, The Short Life and Weird Times of Cold Fusion
Rex Tayloe, Indiana U.18 May 2007  A Search for Neutrino Oscillations with the MiniBooNE Experiment
Joseph H. Taylor, Princeton U. 7 May 1993 Gravitational Radiation from Binary Pulsars
Lee C. Teng, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div.14 Feb 1986 Advanced Concepts in Accelerator Design
13 Dec 1991 Advanced Photon Source - A Third Generation Synchrotron Radiation Source
18 May 2001 Particle Accelerators -- Outlook for the 21st Century
Peter Thieberger, BNL20 Nov 1987 Possible Evidence for a Fifth Force
Friedrich-K Thielemann, U. of Basel, Switzerland 2 May 2003  Nuclei far from Stability: Their Role and Production in Astrophysical Events
Michael Thoennessen, Michigan State U. 3 Feb 2006  Exploring the Neutron Dripline with MoNA
Anthony Thomas, Jefferson National Lab. & College of William and Mary 5 Jun 1998 Deep Inelastic Scattering as a Probe of the Nonperturbative Structure of the Nucleon
4 Feb 2005 Understanding the Strong Interaction -- Recent Progress and the Opportunities Provided by Jefferson Lab at 12 GeV
2 May 2008  Nucleon Spin Crisis : Begining to the End
Scott Thomas, Stanford U.30 May 2003  High Energy Colliders as Black Hole Factories: The End of Short Distance Physics
Maury Tigner, Cornell U.29 Apr 2005 The International Linear Collider - where it stands
C. Till, ANL Applied Physics Div.29 Oct 1982 The outlook for breeder reactors today
David Tománek, Michigan State U.17 Sep 1999 Self-Assembly and Dynamics of Carbon Nanotube Systems
Akira Tonomura, Hitachi Advanced Research Lab. 1 Mar 1996 Electron Phase Microscopy To Observe Superconducting Vortices
Richard Toohey, ANL Health Physics Div.19 Feb 1988 Indoor Radon and Lung Cancer
I. S. Towner, Chalk River25 Feb 1983 Magnetic Moments: A Key for the Nuclear Shell Model
Jennie Traschen, U. of Massachusetts12 Nov 2004 Black Holes and Thermodynamics
Kevin E. Trenberth, NCAR, Boulder, CO 4 Dec 2009 An update on climate change: Global warming coming ready or not!
Robert Tribble, Texas A&M U.15 Dec 2006  Stellar Evolution: A Nuclear Physics Perspective
Alexander D. Trifunac, ANL Chemistry Div.14 Jan 1994 Patterns of Chemistry Induced by Ionizing Radiation
James Trosko, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State U.20 May 2005 A paradign challenge in understanding carcinogenesis: adult stem cells and cell-cell communication gone amuck
Jim Truran, U. Chicago24 Jan 2003 Tracing the Abundance History of the Cosmos
Chang C. Tsuei, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center27 Jan 1995 Half Integer Flux Quanta in Tricrystal Cuprate Rings - Evidence for d-wave Pairing Symmetry
Evgeny Tsymbal, U. of Nebraska, Lincoln21 Mar 2014 Magnetoelectric Interfaces and Ferroelectric Tunnel Junctions
Michael Turner, U. of Chicago18 Feb 1983 Cosmology
7 Dec 1990 Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Nuclear Physics and Cosmology
29 Sep 1995 Big-Bang Cosmology: Successes and Challenges
26 Oct 2001 Making Sense of the New Cosmology
Neil Turok, Fermi National Accelerator Lab.22 Apr 1988 Strings in Cosmology
Peter Twin, Daresbury Lab.17 Oct 1986 Superdeformed Shapes in Nuclei at High Angular Momentum



Zeev Vager, Weizmann Institute of Science 2 Oct 1981 A controversy - are there quantum mechanical limits on the sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors?
1 Nov 1985 New Progress in the Detection of Gravitational Radiation
5 Dec 1986 Molecular Structure Determination by the Coulomb-Explosion Method
17 Jan 1992 Monopoles, Bad Adiabatic Approximations and Nuclear Delocalization in Molecules
20 Jun 2014 Molecular Handedness with Don Gemmell
Monica Valluri, U. of Chicago 5 Dec 2003 Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
various, various21 Sep 2006  Nuclear Physics: The Core of Matter, The Fuel of Stars A Symposium celebrating John Schiffer's 50 years at Argonne
James Vary, Iowa State U., Ames, Iowa18 Nov 2005  Solving Hamiltonians for Nuclei and for Quantum Field Theory
2 Nov 2012 Atomic nuclei at low and high resolution
Francesco Venneri, LANL15 Mar 1996 The Accelerator-Driven Transmutation of Nuclear Waste
J. Vervier, Louvain 5 Nov 1982 Super Symmetry in Nuclear Physics
Gerard Vichniac, MIT18 May 1984 Simulating Physics with Cellular Automata
Steven E. Vigdor, Indiana U.12 Feb 1993 Unique Nuclear Physics Opportunities with Stored, Cooled Beams
Victor Viola, Indiana U. 3 Nov 1995 Heating Nuclear Matter with Deltas
Erich W. Vogt, TRIUMF16 Jan 1987 Strong Interaction Physics in the Nucleus
4 Nov 1988 Toward the KAON Factory



C. J. Waddington, Minnesota26 Mar 1982 The Strange Behavior of Nuclear Fragments, or, When is an Anamolon not an Anamolon?
Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Div. 8 Jun 2001 The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon as a Probe of the Standard Model of Particle Interactions
27 Mar 2008  Cosmology and the LHC
13 May 2011 Searching for New Physics at the Tevatron and the LHC
Yau Wah, U. of Chicago22 Jan 1999 Symmetry and Conservation Laws: New Results from Kaon and Pion Decays
Robert Wald, U. of Chicago15 Dec 2000 Black Holes, Thermodynamics, and the `Information Paradox'
Terry Walker, Ohio State U.28 Mar 1997 The Tension Over a Crisis in The Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
Ronald L. Walsworth , Harvard U.12 Feb 2010 Laser frequency combs for precision astrophysical spectroscopy
G. J. Wasserburg, Caltech31 Oct 1980 Extinct Radioactivities and isotopic anomalies in the early solar system
Albert Wattenberg, U. of Illinois, Urbana29 Mar 1991 Nuclear Physics at the Argonne National Laboratory in the 1940's
19 Apr 1996 Enrico Fermi and Physics at Argonne in the 1940s
Richard A. Webb, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center12 Apr 1991 Low Temperature Physics as an Aid for the Quantum Mechanic
Harry Weerts, High Energy ANL Physics Div.10 Nov 2006  The US Particle Physics Roadmap
Larry Weinstein, Old Dominion U. 7 Mar 2014 Guesstimation: Solving the World's Problems on the Back of a Cocktail Napkin
David S. Weiss, Penn State U. 9 Nov 2007  Experiments with Atoms in One and Zero Dimensions
Rainer Weiss, MIT 1 Mar 1991 Gravitational Wave Astrophysics
Michael Welch, Washington U. Medical Center 5 Mar 1999 Current Advances in PET and its Applications
Henry Weller, Duke U.25 Jan 2002 Nuclear Physics at the Duke FEL gamma-ray source
Spencer Wells, National Geographic Society27 Feb 2004 The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey
Samuel A. Werner, University of Missouri 5 Oct 1990 Neutron Interferometric Measurement of the Topological Aharonov-Casher Phase Shift
Geoffrey West, LANL 7 May 1999 The Tree of Life; The Origin of Universal Scaling Laws in Biology from Molecules and Cells to Whales
Edwin M. Westbrook, ANL Biological and Medical Research Div. & Northwestern U.11 Jan 1991 Applications of Synchrotron Radiation to the Study of Biological Structure at the Molecular Level
D. Hywel White, LANL31 Mar 1995 Evidence For and Against Neutrino Oscillations
Barry Wicklund, High Energy ANL Physics Div.22 Sep 1989 The Collider Detector Confronts the Standard Model
18 Jan 2008  Flavor Physics and The Strange Beauty Clock
Gary Wiederrecht, ANL Chemistry Div. 8 Sep 2006  Imaging and spectroscopy of nanoscale plasmonic heterostructures
Carl Wieman, U. of Colorado 6 Dec 1985 Highly Precise Measurements of Weak Neutral Currents in Atoms
3 Mar 1989 Parity Nonconservation in Atoms: Nuclear Spin Dependent Effects
13 Oct 1995 Bose-Einstein Condensation in an Ultracold Gas
26 Jan 2001 Quantum Explosions and Implosions in a Bose-Einstein Condensate of Rubidium 85
Michael Wiescher, U. of Notre Dame15 Feb 2002 The fate of matter on accreting neutron stars
23 Sep 2011 Nuclear Astrophysics Underground
Fred Wietfeldt, Tulane U. 9 Mar 2012 Precision Neutron Scattering Length Measurements Using Neutron Interferometry
Mike Wilde, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div. 9 Apr 2004 The Virtual Data Grid: A New Model and Architecture for Data-Intensive Collaboration
Robert Wilhelmson, U. of Illinois, Urbana28 Apr 1989 Storms, Supercomputing, and Visualization
David T. Wilkinson, Princeton U.19 Dec 1986 What's New in 3K Radiation
5 Feb 1993 NASA's COBE Satellite Looks at the Big Bang
Clifford M. Will, Washington U.15 Feb 1991 General Relativity at 75: How Right Was Einstein?
R. M. Williams, ANL Radiological and Enviornmental Research27 Mar 1981 Interdisciplinary research at ANL/RER (or: when is the next EKOS pleasure cruise?)
William J. Willis, CERN23 Oct 1987 Melting the Vacuum: Very High Energy Nuclear Collisions and the Little Bang
Richard Wilson, Harvard U. 3 Mar 2000 Hormesis, Low Dose Linearity and the Nuclear Industry
David Wineland, NIST Physics Lab.24 Sep 1993 Single Atom Clocks
7 Mar 2003  Quantum games with trapped atomic ions; whither quantum computation?
14 May 2010 Quantum Computers and Raising Schrödinger's Cat
Robert B. Wiringa, ANL Physics Div.29 Mar 1985 Quantum Liquid Drops
3 Nov 1989 Nuclear Many-Body Theory: from Deuterons to Neutron Stars
12 Sep 1997 Quantum Monte Carlo Calculations for Light Nuclei
8 Mar 2002 Nuclear Forces and the Destiny of the Universe
5 Feb 2010 American Physical Society 2010 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics talk: Nuclear Forces and the Universe
Jack Wisdom, MIT10 Feb 1989 Chaotic Dynamics in the Solar System
Tom Witten, U. of Chicago 8 Feb 2002 Generalized crumpling: how smooth forces make sharp structures.
Bogdan Wojtsekhowski, Jefferson Lab.18 Apr 2014 Nucleon Structure from Elastic Electron/Photon Scattering
Emil Wolf, U. of Rochester19 Sep 1997 The Redshift Controversy and Correlation-Induced Spectral Changes
Kevin L. Wolf, Texas A&M U.28 Sep 1990 Cold Fusion and Hot Tritium
Chris Wood, NIST, Boulder 5 Sep 1997 Improved Measurement of Parity Non-conservation in Cesium Atoms and the Nuclear Anapole Moment of 133Cs
Phil Woods, U. of Edinburgh28 Feb 2003 Nuclei Beyond the Proton Drip-Line
L. T. Wos, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div. 5 Mar 1982 AURA: A Program that Actually Reasons
Ming C. Wu, UCLA25 Apr 1997 Optical Applications of Micromachining Technology
Don Wuebbles, U. of Illinois 1 Mar 2002 Achieving a Sustainable Climate: Issues, Impacts, and Resolution
Alan Wuosmaa, ANL Physics Div.23 Feb 1996 Recent Advances in the Study of Nuclear Clusters
15 Sep 2000 This Just In ... - Very Recent Results from RHIC
J. J. Wynne, IBM Yorktown 7 Apr 1981 Relative oscillator strength measurement by phase-matched nonlinear optics



Nu Xu, LBNL 8 May 1998 Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions



Jun Ye, JILA and U. Colorado, Boulder, CO18 Oct 2002 Control of coherent light: Time meets Frequency
25 Jan 2013 Precision metrology and many-body quantum physics
Akihiko Yokosawa, ANL High Energy Physics Div. 9 Nov 1990 Experiments with Fermilab Polarized Proton and Antiproton Beams
Ken Young, Princeton U.27 Jan 1984 Ohmic Operation of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor
Linda Young, ANL XSD25 Jan 2008  Towards Laser Control of Ultrafast X-Ray Processes
24 Sep 2010 Highlights and Future Directions in Hard X-Ray Sciences
Ross Young, ANL Physics Div. 5 Dec 2008  Strange quark currents in the electromagnetic structure of the nucleon
Stephen M. Younger, LLNL23 May 1986 The Importance of Atomic Processes in X-Ray Lasers and Thermonuclear Fusion



Cosmas Zachos, ANL High Energy Physics Div.19 Feb 1999 Quantum Mechanics Lives and Works in Phase Space
William Zajc, Columbia U.27 Oct 1989 Flavor Signals in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
Michail Zak, JPL 8 Apr 1994 Nondeterministic-Dynamics Approach to Neural Intelligence
Anton Zeilinger, Universitat Innsbruck13 Mar 1998 Quantum Teleportation and the Nature of Information
Shoucheng Zhang, Stanford U.23 May 2003 Can Relativity be an Emergent Principle?
Frank Zimmermann, CERN11 Apr 2013 LHC accelerator, Higgs factory, and a long-term strategy for High Energy Physics
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Ernst K. Zinner, Washington U. 9 Feb 1996 Stardust in the Laboratory: New Constraints on Nucleosynthesis and Stellar Evolution
William Zoller, U. of Washington 9 Jan 1987 The Hawaiian Volcanoes
Wojciech Zurek, LANL17 May 1991 Quantum, Classical and the Environment

 

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