All Nuclear Physics - Physics Division Colloquium

ANL Physics Division Colloquia on

All Nuclear Physics



5 Sep 1980 Paul Kienle, Munich, Positron production from 1.4 GeV U-U collisions
19 Sep 1980 Ben Mottelson, NORDITA, The interacting boson model
3 Oct 1980 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Macroscopic features of pion-nucleus scattering
24 Oct 1980 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Evolution of nuclear shapes with spin and temperature
31 Oct 1980 G. J. Wasserburg, Caltech, Extinct Radioactivities and isotopic anomalies in the early solar system
14 Nov 1980 Sam M. Austin, Michigan State U., Giant Gamov-Teller resonances - a hadronic view
12 Dec 1980 Eric Adelberger, U. of Washington, Parity violation in atoms and nuclei
9 Jan 1981 Jochen Heisenberg, New Hampshire, Electron scattering - a probe for the microstructure of nuclei
30 Jan 1981 E. B. Norman, Washington U., 26Al and 180Ta: two puzzles in nuclear astrophysics
6 Feb 1981 S. K. Sinha, ANL Materials Science Div., Inelastic neutron spectroscopy with epithermal neutrons from IPNS
20 Feb 1981 Alex J. Elwyn, ANL Physics Div., Low energy reactions of light ions with 6Li - odds and ends
27 Feb 1981 Vijay R. Pandharipande, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Nuclei, neutron stars and nuclear Hamiltonian
6 Mar 1981 M. May, BNL, Strange particles in the nucleus


16 Oct 1981 J. McCarthy, Virginia, Studies of light nuclei with high energy electrons
23 Oct 1981 D. Scott, Michigan State, Extreme states of nuclear systems
13 Nov 1981 S. P. Rosen, Purdue, Double beta decay and Majorana neutrinos
12 Feb 1982 A. Barut, Colorado, New Foundations of Nuclear and Particle Physics Based on Spin Interactions
19 Feb 1982 T.-S. Harry Lee, ANL Physics Div., Study of Non-nucleonic Degrees of Freedom in Nuclei
26 Feb 1982 G. zu Putlitz, GSI Darmstadt, Atomic and Nuclear Physics Experiments with Heavy Ions at GSI in Darmstadt
26 Mar 1982 C. J. Waddington, Minnesota, The Strange Behavior of Nuclear Fragments, or, When is an Anamolon not an Anamolon?
30 Apr 1982 J. Foster, Chalk River, Time development of Heavy Ion Induced Fission by Crystal Blocking and X-Ray Techniques
3 Jun 1982 J. L. Friar, LANL, The Trinucleon Bound States for Nonexperts


1 Oct 1982 Daniel Ashery, ANL Physics Div., Delta-Nuclear Physics
8 Oct 1982 L. F. Mausner, BNL, The Production of Spallation Radio Nuclides for Medical Applications
25 Oct 1982 Ben Mottelson, NORDITA, The Spin and Isospin Resonances in Nuclei and the Role of Delta Excitations
5 Nov 1982 J. Vervier, Louvain, Super Symmetry in Nuclear Physics
12 Nov 1982 W. Happer, Princeton, Laser Polarization of Noble Gas Nuclei
14 Jan 1983 H. Pugh, LBNL, Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics
28 Jan 1983 B. Serot, Stanford, Relativistic Quantum Field Theory of Nuclear Structure
25 Feb 1983 I. S. Towner, Chalk River, Magnetic Moments: A Key for the Nuclear Shell Model
25 Mar 1983 R. N. Clayton, Chicago, Isotopic Tracers and Clocks in Meteorites
6 May 1983 R. Russell Betts, ANL Physics Div., Heavy Ion Resonances - Nuclear Structure in the Continuum


23 Sep 1983 Miklos Gyulassy, LBNL, Probing the Primordial Quark Plasma via Nuclear Collisions
11 Nov 1983 John Kogut, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Lattice Gauge Theory, Heavy-Ion Collisions, and Supercomputers
24 Feb 1984 Larry Smarr, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Supercomputer Simulations of Active Galactic Nuclei, RadioJets and Black Holes
13 Apr 1984 Arnie Friedman, ANL Chemistry Div., Some Applications of Nuclear Chemistry in Medicine
20 Apr 1984 Kurt Snover, U. of Washington, Giant Dipole Resonances Built on Excited Nuclear States
4 May 1984 Charles Goodman, Indiana U., Spin-isospin Excitations and the Nature of the Nuclear Constituents
20 Jul 1984 Ben Mottelson, NORDITA, Perspectives on the Physics of Rapidly Rotating Nuclei


30 Nov 1984 Thomas Ludlam, BNL, Ultrarelativistic ion-nucleus Collisions
22 Feb 1985 Vijay R. Pandharipande, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Fragementation of Hot Classical Drops
1 Mar 1985 Steven Koonin, CalTech, Sub-saturation Phases of Nuclear Matter
22 Mar 1985 Arthur M. Poskanzer, LBNL, Compression and Expansion in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions
29 Mar 1985 Robert B. Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., Quantum Liquid Drops
24 May 1985 Thomas Kirk, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Deep-inelastic Lepton Scattering and Nuclear Structure
12 Jul 1985 Walter Greiner, U. of Frankfurt, Supercritical Fields and Giant Nuclei


20 Sep 1985 Ray Arnold, American U., Nuclear Physics at SLAC
27 Sep 1985 Frank Stevens, LBNL, Gamma Ray Spectroscopy
25 Oct 1985 Bernard Frois, Saclay, New Results in Electron Scattering from Nuclei
8 Nov 1985 Cy Hoffman, LANL, LAMPF-II
22 Nov 1985 Joseph Kapusta, U. of Minnesota, Phase Transitions in Nuclei
13 Dec 1985 Herman Grunder, Jefferson Lab., CEBAF
21 Mar 1986 Gil Perlow, ANL Physics Div., Mossbauer Effect
9 Apr 1986 Frank Close, Rutherford, Lepton Scattering and the EMC Effect


17 Oct 1986 Peter Twin, Daresbury Lab., Superdeformed Shapes in Nuclei at High Angular Momentum
31 Oct 1986 W. Haeberli, U. of Wisconsin, Internal Polarized Targets for Storage Rings
14 Nov 1986 Robert A. Eisenstein, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Nuclear Physics with Antiprotons
16 Jan 1987 Erich W. Vogt, TRIUMF, Strong Interaction Physics in the Nucleus
23 Jan 1987 Mike Guidry, U. of Tennessee, Fermion Dynamical Symmetries in Nuclear Physics
13 Mar 1987 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Rare Decay Modes of Heavy Nuclei
22 May 1987 H. Feshbach, MIT, On the Narrow Sigma Hypernuclear States
17 Jul 1987 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann Institute of Science, Why Nuclei are Made of Nucleons Instead of Quarks


25 Sep 1987 Michael Hass, Weizmann Institute of Science, Tilting Foils and Polarizing Nuclei: A New Tool in Nuclear Spectroscopy
23 Oct 1987 William J. Willis, CERN, Melting the Vacuum: Very High Energy Nuclear Collisions and the Little Bang
13 Nov 1987 Walter Henning, GSI, Prospects of Heavy Ion Physics at 1 GeV/Nucleon with a Storage Ring: The SIS Project at GSI
8 Jan 1988 John Cameron, Indiana U., Radiative Capture of Polarized Nucleons by Light Nuclei Above Pion Threshold
22 Jan 1988 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Plans for a National Gamma Ray Facility
18 Mar 1988 Kurt Snover, U. of Washington, Giant Dipole Resonances and the Deformation of Hot Nuclei
1 Apr 1988 Fancesco Iachello, Yale U., Dynamic Symmetries and Supersymmetries in Nuclei
29 Apr 1988 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Hunting Quarks in Nuclei


30 Sep 1988 Peter Armbruster, GSI, Beyond the Stability of Nuclear Drops - Experiments to Produce the Heaviest Elements
28 Oct 1988 Ernest J. Moniz, MIT, Electromagnetic Study of Nuclei: Programs at Bates Facility
4 Nov 1988 Erich W. Vogt, TRIUMF, Toward the KAON Factory
2 Dec 1988 Richard D. Deslattes, NIST, Gaithersburg, High Resolution Diffraction Spectroscopy at Gamma-Ray Energies
3 Mar 1989 Carl E. Wieman, U. of Colorado, Parity Nonconservation in Atoms: Nuclear Spin Dependent Effects
10 Mar 1989 Ernest M. Henley, U. of Washington, Electron Scattering and Weak Interaction


8 Sep 1989 Sam M. Austin, Michigan State U., Nuclear Physics of the Universe
15 Sep 1989 Charles J. Horowitz, Indiana U., Hot and Cold Nuclear Fusion
3 Nov 1989 Robert B. Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Many-Body Theory: from Deuterons to Neutron Stars
10 Nov 1989 Thomas E. Cowan, LLNL, Correlated e+e- Pairs from Superheavy Nuclear Collisions and the Search for Resonant e+e- Scattering
8 Dec 1989 Richard Diamond, LBNL, Superdeformation
15 Dec 1989 Michael S. Lubell, City College of CUNY, Physics with Polarized Electrons between 13.6 eV and 250 MeV
16 Feb 1990 Gerald T. Garvey, LANL, Cold Fusion and Hot Stars
9 Mar 1990 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., The FNAL E665 Experiment - Deep Inelastic Muon Scattering from Muons and Nuclei
6 Apr 1990 Robert V. F. Janssens, ANL Physics Div., A New Region of Superdeformed Nuclei
4 May 1990 Steven Koonin, CalTech, Squeezing a Neutron Star


28 Sep 1990 Kevin L. Wolf, Texas A&M U., Cold Fusion and Hot Tritium
2 Nov 1990 Aksel L. Hallin, Princeton U., A Search for Low-energy Resonances in Positron-Electron Scattering
16 Nov 1990 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Searching in the Dark: The Quest for Hypothetical Particles
7 Dec 1990 Michael S. Turner, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Nuclear Physics and Cosmology
1 Feb 1991 Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Quantum Chromodynamics: Experimental Support and Nonperturbative Outlook
22 Mar 1991 Andrew W. Sandorfi, BNL, A Polarized View of the Strong Interaction in Few-Nucleon Systems


20 Sep 1991 Shoji Nagamiya, Nevis Lab., The Nucleus as an Assembly of Quarks
27 Sep 1991 Robert A. Eisenstein, Nuclear Physics Lab., Physics Using the Low-Energy Antiproton Ring at CERN
18 Oct 1991 Berndt Mueller, Duke U., Relativistic Nuclear Collisions: Studying the Early Universe in the Laboratory
8 Nov 1991 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Superdeformation in Nuclei: Physics in a Secondary Minimum
17 Jan 1992 Zeev Vager, Weizmann Institute of Science, Monopoles, Bad Adiabatic Approximations and Nuclear Delocalization in Molecules
24 Jan 1992 Peter Kitching, TRIUMF, Physics at the KAON Factory
31 Jan 1992 Christopher J. Lister, Yale U., New Projects in Nuclear Structure Physics: Far, Fast, Hot and Heavy
21 Feb 1992 R. G. Hamish Robertson, LANL, Neutrinos - Bordering on the Mass?
28 Feb 1992 Wick Haxton, U. of Washington, The Neutrino and Nuclear Physics of Core Collapse Supernovae
13 Mar 1992 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Particle Production in Compressed Nuclear Matter
1 May 1992 Carl Dover, BNL, Strange Quarks in Nuclei
8 May 1992 Barry Holstein, U. of Massachusetts, Chiral Dynamics: Probing QCD at Low Energies
20 May 1992 Peter Paul, SUNY, Stony Brook, The Superconducting Heavy-Ion Linac in Nuclear Physics Research
22 May 1992 Robert McKeown, CalTech, Electromagnetic Physics with Polarized 3He Targets
12 Jun 1992 Volker Metag, U. of Giessen, Photons and Neutral Mesons as Probes of Medium Energy Nuclear Physics


11 Sep 1992 Daniel Ashery, U. of Tel Aviv & ANL Physics Div., Probing Short-Range Nucleon Correlations with Pion Absorption
18 Sep 1992 Gvirol B. Goldring, ANL Physics & Weizmann Institute of Science, Tilted Foil Polarization of Nuclide Beams
25 Sep 1992 Vijay R. Pandharipande, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Correlation Effects in Electron-Nucleus Scattering
9 Oct 1992 Fritz Bosch, GSI, First Observation of Bound-State Beta-Decay
23 Oct 1992 Stuart J. Freedman, ANL Physics Div., Search for the 17-keV Neutrino
11 Dec 1992 Barbara Jacak, LANL, Nuclei at High-Energy Density -- Results from Heavy-Ion Experiments at CERN
15 Jan 1993 Richard F. Casten, BNL, Valence Correlation Schemes and the Simplicity of Nuclear Structure
22 Jan 1993 Frank von Hippel, Princeton U., Next Steps in Nuclear Disarmament
29 Jan 1993 Witold Nazarewicz, ORNL and U. of Warsaw, Nuclear Superdeformations
12 Feb 1993 Steven E. Vigdor, Indiana U., Unique Nuclear Physics Opportunities with Stored, Cooled Beams
12 Mar 1993 Robert W. Lourie, U. of Virginia, Studies of Nucleon Structure at CEBAF
23 Apr 1993 Gordon A. Baym, U. of Illinois, Urbana, The Quark-Gluon Plasma
25 Jun 1993 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Long-Lived Noble Gas Radioisotopes


8 Oct 1993 Bradley W. Filippone, CalTech, Nuclear Opacity in Quasi-Elastic Scattering
15 Oct 1993 Henning Esbensen, ANL Physics Div., Structure and Reactions of Light Neutron Rich Nuclei
5 Nov 1993 Gary Taubes, Contributing Correspondent, Science Magazine, Bad Science, The Short Life and Weird Times of Cold Fusion
19 Nov 1993 Ming Chu, CalTech, Hadron Structure in Lattice QCD
10 Dec 1993 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics at Multi-GeV Hadron Facilities
18 Feb 1994 Johanna Stachel, SUNY, Stony Brook, The Little Bang: Creating Hot and Dense Matter in the Laboratory
25 Feb 1994 Gerald Brown, SUNY, Stony Brook, Supernova Explosions, Black Holes and Neutron Stars
4 Mar 1994 Donald H. Miller, Northwestern U., Is the Proton Spin Crisis Resolved?
11 Mar 1994 Ralph E. Segel, Northwestern U., High Momentum Transfer Reactions: Past and Present
13 May 1994 Harold E. Jackson, Jr., ANL Physics Div., The New Era at CEBAF
20 May 1994 R. Russell Betts, ANL Physics Div., Positron Production in Heavy Ion Collisions - Current Status of the Problem


14 Oct 1994 T.-S. Harry Lee, ANL Physics Div., Chiral Symmetry and Nuclear Dynamics
21 Oct 1994 Gerald Feldman, U. of Saskatchewan, The Charge Symmetry Puzzle in 4He
18 Nov 1994 Edward Shuryak, SUNY, Stony Brook, RHIC Physics
6 Jan 1995 Steven Pieper, ANL Physics Div., Variational Calculations of Light Nuclei
17 Feb 1995 Mark Huyse, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Radioactive Beams at Louvain-la-Neuve: First Experiments and Future Plans
24 Feb 1995 Yoon I. Chang, ANL Engineering Research Div., The Status of the Redirected Nuclear R&D Activities at Argonne
14 Apr 1995 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Nuclei Far from Stability: Research Opportunities with Radioactive Beams
5 May 1995 Susan Seestrom, LANL, The Nucleus as an Amplifier for the Weak Interaction


24 Oct 1995 Peter Armbruster, GSI, Fusion and Fission - A Fountain of New Isotopes and Elements
3 Nov 1995 Victor Viola, Indiana U., Heating Nuclear Matter with Deltas
17 Nov 1995 Luciano Moretto, LBNL, Complex Fragment Emission from Compound Nucleus Decay to Multifragmentation
15 Dec 1995 Peter Paul, SUNY, Stony Brook, Hot Nuclei as Fermi Liquids
19 Jan 1996 William R. Phillips, U. of Manchester, Shape Features in Neutron-rich Fission Fragments
2 Feb 1996 Cary N. Davids, ANL Physics Div., New Heavy Proton Emitters - Probing Nuclear Structure at the Drip Line
9 Feb 1996 Ernst K. Zinner, Washington U., Stardust in the Laboratory: New Constraints on Nucleosynthesis and Stellar Evolution
16 Feb 1996 Vijay R. Pandharipande, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Dumbbells and Donuts: Femtometer Structures in Nuclei
23 Feb 1996 Alan H. Wuosmaa, ANL Physics Div., Recent Advances in the Study of Nuclear Clusters
15 Mar 1996 Francesco Venneri, LANL, The Accelerator-Driven Transmutation of Nuclear Waste
26 Apr 1996 P. Gregers Hansen, Michigan State U., Nuclear Halos and Other Loosely Bound Quantum Systems
17 May 1996 Larry S. Cardman, Jefferson Lab., CEBAF: A New Microscope for Nuclear Physics
24 May 1996 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., Extremely Cold Antiprotons and Antihydrogens


25 Oct 1996 John D'Auria, Simon Fraser U., Research with Radioactive Beams at TRIUMF
8 Nov 1996 Joseph Kapusta, U. of Minnesota, QCD and Very High-Energy Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
6 Dec 1996 David Dean, ORNL, Shell Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei
10 Jan 1997 Gene D. Sprouse, SUNY, Stony Brook, Laser Trapping of Radioactive Francium, Present Results and Future Prospects
17 Jan 1997 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Superdeformation: Order Embedded in Chaos
7 Feb 1997 Haiyan Gao, ANL Physics Div., First Results from TJNAF
11 Apr 1997 Yoram Alhassid, Yale U., Chaos in Mesoscopic Systems: from Nuclei to Quantum Dots
16 May 1997 Harold E. Jackson, Jr., ANL Physics Div., HERMES, A New Approach to Nucleon Spin Studies


5 Sep 1997 Chris Wood, NIST, Boulder, Improved Measurement of Parity Non-conservation in Cesium Atoms and the Nuclear Anapole Moment of 133Cs
12 Sep 1997 Robert B. Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., Quantum Monte Carlo Calculations for Light Nuclei
26 Sep 1997 Wick Haxton, U. of Washington, The Question of Nonstandard Solar Models
24 Oct 1997 Ernst W. Otten, U. of Mainz, Spin Polarized 3He Measurement of the Form Factor of the Neutron and of the Human Lung
7 Nov 1997 John P. Ralston, U. of Kansas, The First Gauge Theory
14 Nov 1997 James J. Connell, U. of Chicago, Cosmic Ray Composition Studies: Nuclear Physics on a Galactic Scale
5 Dec 1997 Guy Savard, ANL Physics Div., Physics with Trapped Radioactive Ions
23 Jan 1998 Hans-Otto Meyer, Indiana U., The Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction, Studied With Cooled Beams
6 Feb 1998 Frank von Hippel, Princeton U., Taking Nuclear Weapons Off Hair-Trigger Alert
13 Feb 1998 Ernst Rehm, ANL Physics Div., Experiments with Radioactive Beams - Studying Stellar Explosions in the Laboratory
6 Mar 1998 Augusto O. Macchiavelli, LBNL, Magnetic Rotation From a Different Perspective
20 Mar 1998 Laurie M. Brown, Northwestern U., The Hundred-Year-Old Electron and the Nucleus: A History
27 Mar 1998 Dirk Rischke, Yale U., Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Under the Microscope: What Can We Learn from Relativistic Heavy-Ion Physics?
24 Apr 1998 Madappa Prakash, SUNY, Stony Brook, Photons and Neutrinos from Neutron Stars: Probes of Hot and Dense Matter
8 May 1998 Nu Xu, LBNL, Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
22 May 1998 Michael R. Pennington, U. of Durham, Pions: Unbaring Their Lightness of Being
27 May 1998 Jolie Cizewski, ANL Physics Div. and Rutgers U., The Magic Numbers of Maria Goeppert-Mayer: Past, Present, and Future
5 Jun 1998 Anthony W. Thomas, U. of Adelaide, Deep Inelastic Scattering as a Probe of the Nonperturbative Structure of the Nucleon
1 Jul 1998 Malcolm H. Macfarlane, Indiana U., Sum Rules in Nuclear Physics - The Story of a Blunt Instrument


11 Sep 1998 Donald Clayton, Clemson U., Nuclear Astrophysics with Presolar Grains
16 Oct 1998 Richard Seto, U. of California at Riverside, Squeezing the Nucleus: High Density Matter in Heavy-Ion Collisions
18 Dec 1998 Thomas Kirk, BNL, RHIC Physics and Facility - A Golden Era Ahead
22 Jan 1999 Yau Wah, U. of Chicago, Symmetry and Conservation Laws: New Results from Kaon and Pion Decays
29 Jan 1999 Kim Lister, ANL Physics Div., Gammasphere at Argonne: The Device Moved But Did The Physics?
5 Feb 1999 Kees de Jager, Jefferson Lab., Highlights of the Hall A Research Program at Jefferson Lab
12 Feb 1999 Tom O'Neill, ANL Physics Div., Are Virtual Particles Real?
12 Mar 1999 Elizabeth J. Beise, U. of Maryland, New Results from JLAB on the Electromagnetic Structure of the Deuteron
9 Apr 1999 A. Baha Balantekin, U. of Wisconsin, Progress and Prospects in Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics
16 Apr 1999 Alex Dzierba, Indiana U., Mesons with Unusual Quantum Numbers and Gluonic Excitations


8 Oct 1999 Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Inside Hadron Physics
29 Oct 1999 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Going Away from Stability
5 Nov 1999 Victor Ninov, LBNL, Status and Perspectives of Super Heavy-Element Research
19 Nov 1999 Rocco Schiavilla, Jefferson Lab. and Old Dominion U., Few-Body Capture Reactions: Precision Nuclear Astrophysics
7 Jan 2000 John Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics, The Core of Matter, The Fuel of Stars
11 Feb 2000 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., How vanilla is your proton?
24 Mar 2000 John Hardy, Texas A & M U., Superallowed Beta Decay: A Nuclear Probe of the Electroweak Standard Model
7 Apr 2000 David J. Dean, ORNL, Phases: From Nuclei to Quantum Dots
12 May 2000 Robert McKeown, Caltech, Through the Looking Glass: the New Electroweak Frontier
26 May 2000 Ralf Roehlsberger, U. Rostock, Resonant X-ray Scattering from Rotating Matter: The Nuclear Lighthouse Effect


8 Sep 2000 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Illuminating the Deuteron at Jefferson Lab
15 Sep 2000 Alan Wuosmaa, ANL Physics Div., This Just In ... - Very Recent Results from RHIC
29 Sep 2000 Yongzhong Qian, U. of Minnesota, Recent Progress in Understanding Nucleosynthesis via Rapid Neutron Capture: from Rocks, Stars, and Galaxies to Neutrinos, Nuclei, and Nuclear Matter
13 Oct 2000 Brad Sherrill, Michigan State U., Nuclear Structure Studies at RIA
3 Nov 2000 Richard Milner, MIT, The Electron Ion Collider: A Powerful New Nicroscope to Study the Structure of Matter
9 Mar 2001 Vladimir M. Lobashev, Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Science, Direct Search for Mass of Neutrino in Semileptonic Decays - Study of Beta-spectrum of Tritium
29 Mar 2001 Walter Greiner, JWG Universitaet Frankfurt/Main, Nuclear Matter, Hypermatter, Antimatter and Strong Correlations in the Vacuum
6 Apr 2001 Volker Burkert, Jefferson Lab., Nucleon Microscopy with CLAS at Jefferson Lab
19 Apr 2001 Lawrence Cardman, Jefferson Lab, CEBAF @ Jefferson Lab: Recent Results and Plans for the Future
4 May 2001 Gerry Garvey, LANL, A Possible eA Collider


12 Oct 2001 Walt Loveland, Oregon State U., Synthetic Paths to the Heaviest Elements
2 Nov 2001  Charles Perdrisat, College of William and Mary, Proton Form Factor Measurements at Jefferson Lab
11 Jan 2002 Harold Jackson, ANL Physics Div., HERMES and the Spin of the Proton
18 Jan 2002  Thomas Glasmacher, Michigan State U., Exploring light neutron-rich atomic nuclei with fast beams of rare isotopes
25 Jan 2002  Henry Weller, Duke U., Nuclear Physics at the Duke FEL gamma-ray source
22 Feb 2002 Jean-Michel Poutissou, TRIUMF, The initial science program of ISAC, the Canadian Isotope Accelerator
8 Mar 2002 Robert Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Forces and the Destiny of the Universe
15 Mar 2002 Michael Ramsey-Musolf, Caltech, What can precision low-energy measurements teach us about 'new physics'?
29 Mar 2002 Steve Elliott, U. of Washington, Double Beta Decay: Is the Neutrino Mass Within Reach?
12 Apr 2002 Krishna Kumar, U. of Massachusetts, Strange, New Physics with Parity-Violating Electron Scattering
26 Apr 2002 Rick Casten, Yale U., Critical Point Symmetries in Nuclei
10 May 2002  Francesco Iachello, Yale U., The Discovery of Supersymmetry in Nuclei
17 May 2002 Bradley Filippone, CalTech, What's So Cool About Ultra-Cold Neutrons?


22 Nov 2002 >Walter Kutschera, U. of Vienna, Isotope Studies of the Alpine Iceman Oetzi
13 Dec 2002 John Arrington , ANL Physics Div., Do Ordinary Nuclei Contain Exotic States of Matter?
20 Dec 2002 Yuri Oganessian , Flerov Lab. of Nuclear Reactions, JINR, Dubna, Russia, Heaviest Nuclei Close to the "Islands of Stability" of Superheavy Elements
24 Jan 2003 Jim Truran, U. Chicago, Tracing the Abundance History of the Cosmos
7 Feb 2003  Alfred H. Mueller, Columbia U., Small-x behavior and saturation in nuclear and particle physics
28 Feb 2003 Phil Woods, U. of Edinburgh, Nuclei Beyond the Proton Drip-Line
11 Apr 2003  Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State U., Cosmic Fireworks and Radioactive Beams
18 Apr 2003  Martin Savage, U. of Washington, Seattle, Effective Field Theory in Nuclear Physics
2 May 2003  Friedrich-K Thielemann, U. of Basel, Switzerland, Nuclei far from Stability: Their Role and Production in Astrophysical Events
16 May 2003  T.-S. Harry Lee, ANL Physics Div., What have we learned recently from few-GeV Electroweak Reactions?


19 Sep 2003  Rolf Ent, Jefferson Lab., The Science Driving the Jefferson Lab 12-GeV Upgrade
14 Nov 2003 George Sterman, SUNY, Stony Brook, Perturbative QCD: the Phenomenology of Quarks and Gluons
5 Mar 2004 Larry McLerran, BNL, What is the Experimental Evidence for the Color Glass Condensate?
16 Apr 2004 Isao Tanihata, ANL Physics Div., A New View of Nuclear Structure: Studies with Radioactive Ion Beams in Japan
23 Apr 2004 Geoffrey L. Greene, U. of Tennessee, Parity Violation, Time Reversal, and the Neutron…New Physics Opportunities at the Spallation Neutron Source
30 Apr 2004 Ernst Rehm, ANL Physics Div., 'Per aspera ad astra' - Nuclear astrophysics with radioactive beams
11 Jun 2004 P.-G. Reinhard, Universitaet Erlangen and Nurnberg, Exotic Nuclei – A Challenge for Nuclear Structure Models


24 Sep 2004 Dmitri Diakonov, Jefferson Lab., Pentaquarks: a new kind of elementary particles?
8 Oct 2004 Thomas Hemmick, SUNY, Stony Brook, The state of RHIC physics: Adventures at the highest temperatures achieved by man
3 Dec 2004 John D'Auria, Simon Fraser U., Canada, Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics at the ISAC Radioactive Beams Laboratory Using the DRAGON Facility
14 Jan 2005 Stefan Frauendorf, Notre Dame U., New symmetries of rotating nuclei
4 Feb 2005 Anthony W. Thomas, Jefferson Lab., Understanding the Strong Interaction -- Recent Progress and the Opportunities Provided by Jefferson Lab at 12 GeV
4 Mar 2005 Steve Elliott, LANL, Double-beta decay and the neutrino
18 Mar 2005 Peter Armbruster, GSI, Nuclides Galore: Spallation revisited in inverse kinematics.
1 Apr 2005 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Many facets of the deuteron
27 May 2005 Tim Tait, ANL High Energy Physics Div, Precision Data and Hints for Physics Beyond the SM


16 Sep 2005  Dmitry Budker, U. of California, Berkeley, Crossing the P's (and T's) and Dotting the α: an Update on Fundamental-Symmetry Tests at Berkeley.
28 Oct 2005  Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know in Nuclear Science
4 Nov 2005  Ruprecht Machleidt, U. of Idaho, The Nuclear Force Problem: Is the Never-Ending Story Coming to an End?
11 Nov 2005 John Millener, BNL, The p-Shell: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
18 Nov 2005  James P. Vary, Iowa State U., Solving Hamiltonians for Nuclei and for Quantum Field Theory
6 Jan 2006 Guy Savard, ANL Physics Div., High-Precision Mass Measurements, Vud , and the Status of the CKM Unitarity
3 Feb 2006 Michael Thoennessen, Michigan State U., Exploring the Neutron Dripline with MoNA
10 Feb 2006 Augusto O. Macchiavelli, LBNL, Gammasphere: the First Ten Years
10 Mar 2006 Michael Paul, Hebrew U., Laboratory View on Extinct Radioactivities, Galactic Radioactivities and Star Dust
12 May 2006  Kenneth M. Nollett, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics in the pp Chain, r-Process, and x-Process
19 May 2006 Kawtar Hafidi, ANL Physics Div., Honey, I Shrunk the rho


21 Sep 2006 various, various, Nuclear Physics: The Core of Matter, The Fuel of Stars A Symposium celebrating John Schiffer's 50 years at Argonne
6 Oct 2006  Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Much Ado About Hadrons
3 Nov 2006 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Superheavy Nuclei and Elements
15 Dec 2006  Robert Tribble, Texas A&M U., Stellar Evolution: A Nuclear Physics Perspective
2 Mar 2007  Witek Nazarewicz, U. of Tennessee & ORNL, Shell Structure of Exotic Nuclei
11 May 2007  George F. Bertsch, U. of Washington, Density Functional Theory for Nuclear Binding and Structure


21 Sep 2007  John P. Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Perspectives on Nuclear Physics over the Past 100 Years
16 Nov 2007  Peter Mueller, ANL Physics Div., Simple Atoms, Extreme Nuclei: Laser Spectroscopy of 6He and 8He
4 Jan 2008  Robert V. F. Janssens, ANL Physics Div., The Hunt for New Shell Structure in Neutron-Rich Nuclei
24 Mar 2008  Kenneth M. Nollett, ANL Physics Div., Some Puzzles in the Origins of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen
25 Apr 2008  Stephan Paul, Technische Universität München, Origin and Structure of the Universe: The Neutron's Point of View
9 May 2008 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Intense Rare Isotope Beams -- Science Goals and Technical Realization


29 Aug 2008  James M. Lattimer, SUNY at Stony Brook, The Equation of State in Astrophysical Applications
12 Sep 2008  Aron M. Bernstein, MIT, Chiral Dynamics: New Experimental Tests
30 Jan 2009  B. Alex Brown, Michigan State U., The Nuclear Shell Model: Pushing the Limits of Theory and Computation
6 Feb 2009  Jason Clark, ANL Physics Div., Star Bombs in the Lab: Using Nuclear Physics to Model Stellar Explosions
17 Apr 2009  John Arrington, ANL Physics Div., Clusters, Correlations and Quarks: a High-Energy Perspective on Nuclei
22 May 2009  David Kaplan, Institute for Nuclear Theory, U. of Washington, Nuclear Physics and Effective Field Theory


25 Sep 2009  Don Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., A Long Range Plan for the DOE Isotopes Program
6 Nov 2009  Joseph Carlson, LANL, Rich Physics from Simple Interactions
20 Nov 2009  Hugh Montgomery, Jefferson Lab., Exploring the Nature of Matter: Jefferson Lab and its plans
22 Jan 2010  Richard J. Furnstahl , The Ohio State U., Density Functional Theory for Atomic Nuclei
5 Feb 2010  Robert B. Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., American Physical Society 2010 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics talk: Nuclear Forces and the Universe
5 Feb 2010  Steven C. Pieper, ANL Physics Div., American Physical Society 2010 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics talk: Finding Real Nuclei in Imaginary Time
5 Mar 2010 Darek Seweryniak, ANL Physics Div., Exploration of Exotic Nuclei with Gammasphere and the Fragment Mass Analyzer
26 Mar 2010  Bradley M. Sherrill, Michigan State U., Designer Nuclei: A New Tool with New Applications
23 Apr 2010  Michael Ramsey-Musolf, U. of Wisconsin, Nuclear Science and the New Standard Model
30 Apr 2010 Elizabeth Ricard-McCutchan, ANL Physics Div., Imagining Nuclei: Real time tests of ab-initio calculations
28 May 2010  Yuri Oganessian, Dubna, Heaviest Nuclei


1 Oct 2010  Klaus Blaum, Max and Planck and Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Precision Penning Trap Experiments with Stored and Cooled Exotic Ions
15 Oct 2010 I-Yang Lee, LBNL, GRETINA: A gamma-ray energy tracking array
29 Oct 2010 Aldo Antognini, Max and Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and Lab. for Particle Physics, Paul Scherrer Institute., The proton radius puzzle
17 Dec 2010  Craig D. Roberts, ANL Physics Div., The Paradox of Emptiness: Much Ado about Nothing
21 Jan 2011 Jens Dilling, TRIUMF and U. of British Columbia, TITAN and the nuclear physics program at ISAC
28 Jan 2011 Michael Carpenter, ANL Physics Div., "Investigating" Changing Shell Structure in Neutron Rich Nuclei
18 Mar 2011  Kawtar Hafidi, ANL Physics Div., Invisible Particles
15 Apr 2011 Berta Rubio, U. Valencia, Spain, Total Absorption Spectroscopy, a remedy against "Pandemonium"


9 Sep 2011  John P. Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., 100th Anniversary of the Nucleus
23 Sep 2011  Michael Wiescher, U. of Notre Dame, Nuclear Astrophysics Underground
4 Nov 2011 Martin Freer, U. of Birmingham, Simplicity from Complexity: Clustering in Nuclei
9 Dec 2011  Walter Kutschera, U. of Vienna, Accelerator Mass Spectrometry and Climate Change
9 Mar 2012 Fred Wietfeldt, Tulane U., Precision Neutron Scattering Length Measurements Using Neutron Interferometry
20 Apr 2012  Lucas Platter, ANL Physics Div., From cold atoms to light nuclei


21 Sep 2012 Geoffrey Greene, ORNL & U. Tennessee, Knoxville, The Neutron Lifetime
2 Nov 2012  James Vary, Iowa State U., Ames, Iowa, Atomic nuclei at low and high resolution
7 Dec 2012  Benjamin Kay, U. of York, Probing nuclear structure through single-nucleon transfer
14 Dec 2012  Chris Greene, Purdue U., Universal few-body states related to Efimov physics: 3, 4, and 5 particles, and beyond
8 Mar 2013  Haiyan Gao, Duke U., Durham NC, New searches on parity and time-reversal symmetry violating quantities or interactions
15 Mar 2013  Achim Schwenk, TU Darmstadt, Germany, Three nucleon forces: From neutron-rich nuclei to neutron stars


6 Sep 2013  Madappa Prakash, Ohio U., Lessons from New Observations of Neutron Stars
20 Sep 2013 Calem Hoffman, ANL Physics Div., The Evolution of Shell Spacing in Light Nuclei
18 Oct 2013 Don Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics Serving Society
1 Nov 2013  Chen-Yu Liu, Indiana U., Neutron Lifetime: What's the deal?
22 Nov 2013  Lisa Kaufman, Indiana U., Back to the Salt Mines: The Search for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay in Xe-136
6 Dec 2013  Dean Lee, North Carolina State U., Lattice Effective Field Theory Applied to Nuclear Physics
13 Dec 2013  Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State U., X-ray Bursts, Palladium Oceans and Rare Isotope Crusts - the Strange World of Accreting Neutron Stars
24 Jan 2014 Omar Benhar, Virginia Tech and INFN / Sapienza U., Rome, Towards a unified description of the electroweak nuclear response
7 Feb 2014 Francesco Pederiva, U. of Trento, Auxiliary Field Diffusion Monte Carlo Methods: From Baryonic Matter to Quantum Wells
18 Feb 2014  Klaus Blaum, Heidelberg, Fundamental tests of nature with cooled and stored exotic ions
2 May 2014  Peter Ostroumov, ANL Physics Div., Accelerator Perspectives for Nuclear Physics
9 May 2014 Nadia Fomin, U. of Tennessee, Nuclear Physics with Neutrons in Tennessee

 

Previous Seasons of the ANL Physics Division Colloquium

ANL Physics Division Colloquium Schedule