Chronological listing - Physics Division Colloquia

Physics Division Colloquia

Argonne National Laboratory

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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
26 Sep 1980 M. Gaillard, Lyon, Laser interactions with fast molecular ion beams
3 Oct 1980 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Macroscopic features of pion-nucleus scattering
17 Oct 1980 R. H. Pantell, Stanford, Radiation from channeled electrons and positrons
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
7 Nov 1980 P. A. M. Gram, LANL, Atomic physcis at 0.85c; a study of the photodetachment of H- ions
14 Nov 1980 Sam M. Austin, Michigan State U., Giant Gamov-Teller resonances - a hadronic view
21 Nov 1980 S. D. Kramer, ORNL, The detection of single atoms
12 Dec 1980 Eric Adelberger, U. of Washington, Parity violation in atoms and nuclei
19 Dec 1980 G. LaRue, Stanford, Observation of fractional charge on matter
9 Jan 1981 Jochen Heisenberg, New Hampshire, Electron scattering - a probe for the microstructure of nuclei
16 Jan 1981 C. Rolfs, Muenster and Ohio State, The solar neutrino problem- or is it?
23 Jan 1981 G. P. Lepage, Cornell, Theoretical advances in quantum electrodynamics
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
13 Feb 1981 M. Parrinello, Trieste and ANL Materials Div., Molecular dynamics study of crystal structure transformations
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
13 Mar 1981 Edward C. Stone, Caltech, The Voyager encouter with Saturn
20 Mar 1981 E. H. Farnum, LANL, Fabrication of laser fusion targets
27 Mar 1981 R. M. Williams, ANL Radiological and Enviornmental Research, Interdisciplinary research at ANL/RER (or: when is the next EKOS pleasure cruise?)
3 Apr 1981 W. Press, Harvard, Sunny weather - nonlinear hydrodynamics deep in the sun
7 Apr 1981 J. J. Wynne, IBM Yorktown, Relative oscillator strength measurement by phase-matched nonlinear optics
10 Apr 1981 A. Benade, Case, Wall Material Effects on wind instruments' sound production
24 Apr 1981 R. Geroch, Chicago, Distorted black holes
1 May 1981 W. Brandt, NYU, Plasmas, particles and wakes
8 May 1981 D. A. Lewis, ANL Physics Div. and Iowa State, Laser spectroscopy with radioactive atoms
15 May 1981 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div. and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Magnetic moments of quarks, leptons and hadrons
22 May 1981 James Simpson, ANL High Energy Physics, Stochastic beam cooling - techniques and use
29 May 1981 C. Prescott, Stanford, Neutral currents - past present and future

18 Sep 1981 C. Brau, LANL, Free electron lasers
23 Sep 1981 Peter Sigmund, Odense, Sputtering of multi-component targets
2 Oct 1981 Zeev Vager, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., A controversy - are there quantum mechanical limits on the sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors?
9 Oct 1981 D. Ayers, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Are protons forever?
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
6 Nov 1981 I. Schuller, ANL Materials Science Div., Artificial metallic superlattices
13 Nov 1981 S. P. Rosen, Purdue, Double beta decay and Majorana neutrinos
4 Dec 1981 J. Y. E. Rahman, ANL Biology Div., Targeted drug delivery - tomorrow's therapy
11 Dec 1981 M. Blume, BNL, Synchrotron radiation - its properties, sources and uses
5 Feb 1982 Roger A. Smith, Texas A&M, Many-body Theory Made Planar
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
5 Mar 1982 L. T. Wos, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., AURA: A Program that Actually Reasons
12 Mar 1982 P. M. Koch, Yale, Precise Studies of Electric Field Ionization of Rydberg Atoms
19 Mar 1982 A. V. Crewe, Chicago, Digital Image Processing in Scanning Microscopy
26 Mar 1982 C. J. Waddington, Minnesota, The Strange Behavior of Nuclear Fragments, or, When is an Anamolon not an Anamolon?
9 Apr 1982 Leigh Anderson, ANL Biology Div., Making a Catalogue of Human Proteins
16 Apr 1982 J. S. Gallagher, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Confrontation between Galaxy Evolution Models and the Observations
30 Apr 1982 J. Foster, Chalk River, Time development of Heavy Ion Induced Fission by Crystal Blocking and X-Ray Techniques
7 May 1982 Stuart J. Freedman, ANL Physics Div., Quantum Mechanics, Reality and All That
14 May 1982 J. D. Cowan, Chicago, Spontaneous symmetry breaking in large-scale nervous systems. (What do drug-induced visual hallucinations tell us about the brain?)
21 May 1982 J. D. Bjorken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Space-Time Description of High Energy Collisions
28 May 1982 Morton Hamermesh, Minnesota, Some Physics Research at Argonne (1948-1982)
3 Jun 1982 J. L. Friar, LANL, The Trinucleon Bound States for Nonexperts
4 Jun 1982 R. Fortner, LLNL, Z-Pinch Atomic Physics Project (ZAPP)

17 Sep 1982 K. Huang, MIT, Why is the electron so light?
24 Sep 1982 Harold E. Jackson, Jr., ANL Physics Div., The Argonne GeV Electron Microtron, GEM
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
15 Oct 1982 H. Hill, Arizona, Testing general relativity - a helio-seismological determination of the gravitational quadrupole moment of the sun
25 Oct 1982 Ben Mottelson, NORDITA, The Spin and Isospin Resonances in Nuclei and the Role of Delta Excitations
29 Oct 1982 C. Till, ANL Applied Physics Div., The outlook for breeder reactors today
5 Nov 1982 J. Vervier, Louvain, Super Symmetry in Nuclear Physics
12 Nov 1982 W. Happer, Princeton, Laser Polarization of Noble Gas Nuclei
19 Nov 1982 G. Lander, ANL IPNS, The Intense Pulsed Neutron Source - New Opportunities for Research at Argonne
3 Dec 1982 David N. Schramm, U. of Chicago, The Very Early Universe
10 Dec 1982 Harold Furth, Princeton U., The Tokamak Approach to Fusion Power
14 Jan 1983 H. Pugh, LBNL, Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics
28 Jan 1983 B. Serot, Stanford, Relativistic Quantum Field Theory of Nuclear Structure
4 Feb 1983 William J. Childs, ANL Physics Div., High-resolution Laser and RF Spectroscopy of Atomic and Molecular Beams
11 Feb 1983 Hans Frauenfelder, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Physics of Proteins
18 Feb 1983 Michael S. Turner, Chicago, Cosmology
25 Feb 1983 I. S. Towner, Chalk River, Magnetic Moments: A Key for the Nuclear Shell Model
4 Mar 1983 D. Christian, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., A Super High Speed Data Driven Processor
25 Mar 1983 R. N. Clayton, Chicago, Isotopic Tracers and Clocks in Meteorites
8 Apr 1983 W. Ockels, European Space Agency, Spacelab I - The European Laboratory to be flown with the U. S. Space Shuttle
15 Apr 1983 W. S. Bickel, Arizona, Polarized Light Scattering by Small Particles
22 Apr 1983 H. Blosser, Michigan State, Status Report on the Superconducting Cyclotron Project
6 May 1983 R. Russell Betts, ANL Physics Div., Heavy Ion Resonances - Nuclear Structure in the Continuum
13 May 1983 F. R. Huson, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., A 20 Tev Desertron Collider
20 May 1983 E. Matthias, Berlin & Colorado, Perturbations of Rydberg Series in Alkaline Earth Atoms - Probed by Hyperfine Interactions and Multi-photon Ionization
27 May 1983 E. Hunt, Ohio U., The Road to Chaos

16 Sep 1983 Bernard Burke, MIT, High Resolution Radio Astronomy: Arcseconds to Milliarcseconds
23 Sep 1983 Miklos Gyulassy, LBNL, Probing the Primordial Quark Plasma via Nuclear Collisions
30 Sep 1983 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., Fun with Magnetic Monopoles
7 Oct 1983 Georges Charpak, CERN, New Prospects in Radiation Detectors
14 Oct 1983 Felix Boehm, CalTech, Experiments on Neutrino Mass
21 Oct 1983 Daniel Sinclair, U. of Michigan, Recent Results from the IMB Proton Decay Experiment
28 Oct 1983 Richard van Frank, Eli Lilly Corp., Industrial Scale Recombinant DNA Technology
4 Nov 1983 Mitchell J. Feigenbaum, Cornell U., Scaling and the Onset of Chaos
11 Nov 1983 John Kogut, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Lattice Gauge Theory, Heavy-Ion Collisions, and Supercomputers
18 Nov 1983 Blas Cabrera, Stanford U., Superconductive Monopole Detectors
2 Dec 1983 Robert Diebold, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Progress on the Superconducting Super Collider
9 Dec 1983 Stephen Lundeen, U. of Notre Dame, The Search for Casimir Forces in Atomic Helium
16 Dec 1983 Alan Schriesheim, ANL OTD, Some Thoughts on Long Range Research
6 Jan 1984 William Dryer, CalTech, Microchemical Instrumentation in Protein and Nucleic AcidMolecular Biology
13 Jan 1984 Gerald A. Smith, Pennsylvania State U., Low Energy NNbar Physics
20 Jan 1984 John Cairns, Harvard U., Oncogenes and the Causes of Cancer
27 Jan 1984 Ken Young, Princeton U., Ohmic Operation of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor
3 Feb 1984 Carson D. Jeffries, U. of California, Experiments on Chaotic Dynamics
10 Feb 1984 Blayne Heckel, U. of Washington, The Electric Dipole Moment of the Neutron and 129Xe
17 Feb 1984 Max Dresden, SUNY, Stony Brook, The Role of Courage in Theoretical Physics
24 Feb 1984 Larry Smarr, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Supercomputer Simulations of Active Galactic Nuclei, RadioJets and Black Holes
2 Mar 1984 T. W. Hansch, Stanford U., Pushing the Limits of Laser Spectroscopy
9 Mar 1984 Eugene D. Commins, U. of California, Precise Measurement of Parity Violation in Atomic Thallium
16 Mar 1984 Frank J. Low, U. of Arizona, IRAS: The Infrared Astronomy Satellite
23 Mar 1984 Edward W. Kolb, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Massive Magnetic Monopoles in Cosmology and Astrophysics
6 Apr 1984 Andrew W. Sandorfi, BNL, Medium Energy Beams with a Light Bulb
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
11 May 1984 Lawrence M. Lidsky, MIT, The Trouble with Fusion
18 May 1984 Gerard Vichniac, MIT, Simulating Physics with Cellular Automata
25 May 1984 Horst Stormer, Bell Labs., Fractional Quantization of the Hall Effect
20 Jul 1984 Ben Mottelson, NORDITA, Perspectives on the Physics of Rapidly Rotating Nuclei

7 Sep 1984 Anthony J. Leggett, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Quantum Mechanics at a Macroscopic Level
21 Sep 1984 John Miller, ANL Chemistry Div., Long-distance Electron Tunneling between Molecules
28 Sep 1984 Stan Cohen, Speakeasy Computing Corp., Experiences of a Physicist Turned Entrepeneur
5 Oct 1984 Stanley Leibo, Rio Vista International, Mechanisms that Determine the Preservation of Mammalian Embryos by Freezing
12 Oct 1984 Helmut Poth, Karlsruhe, Physics of Antiprotonic Atoms
19 Oct 1984 Yoichiro Nambu, U. of Chicago, Fermion-boson Relations in BCS-type Theories
26 Oct 1984 Sam Liu, ORNL, Heavy Fermion Systems
2 Nov 1984 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Dating and Mass Spectrometry with Acccelerators
9 Nov 1984 Charles Shank, Bell Labs, Holmdel, Investigation of Ultrafast Events with Femtosecond Optical Techniques
30 Nov 1984 Thomas Ludlam, BNL, Ultrarelativistic ion-nucleus Collisions
7 Dec 1984 Robert Mark, Princeton U., The Physics of Gothic Cathedrals
14 Dec 1984 James Cronin, U. of Chicago, CP Violation: What Have We Learned in Twenty Years?
11 Jan 1985 Joseph Lach, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Beta Decay of Polarized Sigma-: Critical Test for the Cabbibo Model
18 Jan 1985 Jeremiah Sullivan, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Technology and Arms Control Issues of the Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars)
25 Jan 1985 Gustavus Simmons, Sandia National Lab., Contemporary Cryptology
1 Feb 1985 Takeshi Oka, U. of Chicago, Infrared Spectroscopic Studies of Molecular Ions
8 Feb 1985 R. Stephen Berry, U. of Chicago, Melting of Clusters and Melting
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
8 Mar 1985 Charles K. Rhodes, U. of Illinois, Chicago, Studies of Muliquantum Processes in Atoms
15 Mar 1985 Joseph P. Allen, NASA, Satellite Retrieval: An Example of a Two-body (Inelastic) Scattering Problem
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
5 Apr 1985 Peter Friedland, Stanford U., MOLGEN - Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Molecular Biology
12 Apr 1985 Eugene Parker, U. of Chicago, A Mathematical Nonequilibrium Theorem and the X-ray Coronas of Stars
19 Apr 1985 Jerry Nelson, LBNL, The Ten-meter Telescope Project
3 May 1985 Robert Harrington, U.S. Naval Observatory, Unseen Companions to Nearby Stars
17 May 1985 David Moncton, BNL, Synchrotron X-Ray Scattering: Recent Accomplishments and Future Opportunities with a 6 GeV Ring
24 May 1985 Thomas Kirk, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Deep-inelastic Lepton Scattering and Nuclear Structure
31 May 1985 John Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study, The Solar Neutrino Problem
12 Jul 1985 Walter Greiner, U. of Frankfurt, Supercritical Fields and Giant Nuclei
7 Aug 1985 A. E. Litherland, U. of Toronto, 14C Dating and Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS)

20 Sep 1985 Ray Arnold, American U., Nuclear Physics at SLAC
27 Sep 1985 Frank Stevens, LBNL, Gamma Ray Spectroscopy
4 Oct 1985 Chris Bottcher, ORNL, Atomic Physics at GeV Energies
11 Oct 1985 Paul C. Lauterbur, U. of Illinois, Urbana, New Directions in NMR Imaging
18 Oct 1985 Dan Friedan, U. of Chicago, String
25 Oct 1985 Bernard Frois, Saclay, New Results in Electron Scattering from Nuclei
1 Nov 1985 Zeev Vager, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., New Progress in the Detection of Gravitational Radiation
8 Nov 1985 Cy Hoffman, LANL, LAMPF-II
15 Nov 1985 J. A. Golovchenko, Bell Labs, Murray Hill, Studies of Crystal Surfaces
22 Nov 1985 Joseph Kapusta, U. of Minnesota, Phase Transitions in Nuclei
6 Dec 1985 Carl E. Wieman, U. of Colorado, Highly Precise Measurements of Weak Neutral Currents in Atoms
13 Dec 1985 Herman Grunder, Jefferson Lab., CEBAF
10 Jan 1986 G. T. Emery, Indiana U., The Literature of Physics
17 Jan 1986 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., The Impact of the Discovery of the Antiproton
24 Jan 1986 Les Burris, ANL Applied Physics Div., The Integral Fast Reactor Project
31 Jan 1986 Peter Black, National Hurricane Center, Hurricanes
7 Feb 1986 David Albert, U. of South Carolina, Some New Kinds of Quantum Mechanical Measurements
14 Feb 1986 Lee C. Teng, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Advanced Concepts in Accelerator Design
28 Feb 1986 Edward W. Kolb, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Saga of Cygnus X-3
7 Mar 1986 K. Douglas Carison, ANL Materials Science Div., Superconductivity in BEDT-TTF-Based Organic Metals
14 Mar 1986 Innes MacKenzie, Guelph U., Positron Annihilation in Solids
21 Mar 1986 Gil Perlow, ANL Physics Div., Mossbauer Effect
28 Mar 1986 John W. Firor, NCAR, Atmospheric Effects and Soaring
4 Apr 1986 Margaret Geller, Cambridge Center for Astrophysics, Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble
9 Apr 1986 Frank Close, Rutherford, Lepton Scattering and the EMC Effect
18 Apr 1986 Gordon Berry, ANL Physics Div., High Energy Atomic Physics and QED
25 Apr 1986 John Sheppard, SLAC, The SLAC Linear Collider Project
9 May 1986 L. J. Lanzerotti, Bell Labs., Comparative Magnetospheres in the Solar System
16 May 1986 Jack Dongarra, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., Algorithms for Parallel Computers
23 May 1986 Stephen M. Younger, LLNL, The Importance of Atomic Processes in X-Ray Lasers and Thermonuclear Fusion
30 May 1986 Steven Maran, Goddard Space Flight Center, Recent Observations of Halley's Comet

19 Sep 1986 Frank Asaro, LBNL, Asteroid or Comet Impacts and Massive Extinctions of Life on Earth
30 Sep 1986 H. A. Bethe, Cornell U., The Solar Neutrino Puzzle
10 Oct 1986 A. Libchaber, U. of Chicago, Quasiperiodicity and Chaos: An Experimental Study
17 Oct 1986 Peter Twin, Daresbury Lab., Superdeformed Shapes in Nuclei at High Angular Momentum
24 Oct 1986 Steven Chu, Bell Labs., Laser Cooling and Trapping of Atoms: Toward Ultracold Temperatures and High Density
31 Oct 1986 W. Haeberli, U. of Wisconsin, Internal Polarized Targets for Storage Rings
7 Nov 1986 Norman Ramsey, U. of Colorado, Experiments is Time Reversal Symmetry and Parity
14 Nov 1986 Robert A. Eisenstein, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Nuclear Physics with Antiprotons
21 Nov 1986 H. Drucker & B. R. T. Frost, ANL OTD, Technology Transfer at Argonne National Laboratory
5 Dec 1986 Zeev Vager, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., Molecular Structure Determination by the Coulomb-Explosion Method
12 Dec 1986 John Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Is There a Condensed State in Ion Beams?
19 Dec 1986 David T. Wilkinson, Princeton U., What's New in 3K Radiation
9 Jan 1987 William Zoller, U. of Washington, The Hawaiian Volcanoes
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
30 Jan 1987 Leo Kadanoff, U. of Chicago, Measuring Fractals: Comparison of Theory and Experiment on the Global Properties of a Strange Attractor
6 Feb 1987 Ellis D. Miner, JPL, Uranus Unveiled
13 Feb 1987 Milton Levenson, Bechtel Power Corp., Chernobyl: Lessons and Impact
20 Feb 1987 Joan Centrella, Drexel U., Exploring the Universe Using a Computer
27 Feb 1987 Ashton Carter, Harvard U., Technical Aspects of the Military Use of Space
6 Mar 1987 J. S. Briggs, Albert Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg, Molecular Orbitals in Atomic Physics
13 Mar 1987 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Rare Decay Modes of Heavy Nuclei
20 Mar 1987 Arlin J. Krueger, Goddard Space Flight Center, The Formation of the Antarctic Ozone Hole
27 Mar 1987 W. A. Fowler, CalTech, How Old is the Observable Universe
3 Apr 1987 R. E. Slusher, Bell Labs., Squeezed States: Silent Light and its Applications
10 Apr 1987 D. W. Capone, II, ANL Materials Science Div., Superconductivity Above Liquid Nitrogen Temperatures in the Y-Ba-Cu-O System
17 Apr 1987 W. A. Little, Stanford U., Microminiature Refrigeration of the New High Tc Superconducting Chips
1 May 1987 Lawrence Nodulman, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Collider Detector at Fermilab Confronts Physics
8 May 1987 Alan Guth, MIT, The Inflationary Universe
15 May 1987 Eric Adelberger, U. of Washington, Search for New Interactions Weaker than Gravity: Is there a Fifth Force?
22 May 1987 H. Feshbach, MIT, On the Narrow Sigma Hypernuclear States
29 May 1987 R. Kirshner, Harvard Smithsonian Center Astrophysics, Supernova 1987a
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
2 Oct 1987 James C. Bergquist, NIST, Boulder, Quantum Jumps and High-Resolution Spectroscopy of a Single Ion
9 Oct 1987 Peter Meyer, U. of Chicago, High Energy Cosmic Ray Experiment on the Space Shuttle
12 Oct 1987 Rudolf L. Moessbauer, Technical U. Munich, The Problem of the Rest Mass of the Neutrino
23 Oct 1987 William J. Willis, CERN, Melting the Vacuum: Very High Energy Nuclear Collisions and the Little Bang
30 Oct 1987 Stephen J. Riley, ANL Chemistry Div., Physics and Chemistry of Isolated Transition Metal Clusters
5 Nov 1987 Ferol Fish, Gas Research Institute, The Deep Drilling Experiment in the Siljan Ring of Sweden
13 Nov 1987 Walter Henning, GSI, Prospects of Heavy Ion Physics at 1 GeV/Nucleon with a Storage Ring: The SIS Project at GSI
20 Nov 1987 Peter Thieberger, BNL, Possible Evidence for a Fifth Force
4 Dec 1987 Alfred H. Mueller, Columbia U., Perturbative QCD, Old and New
11 Dec 1987 Joie Jones, U. of California at Irvine, Ultrasonics in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Medicine
18 Dec 1987 Frank Y. Fradin, ANL OTD, Scientific and Technical Opportunities in High Temperature Superconductivity
8 Jan 1988 John Cameron, Indiana U., Radiative Capture of Polarized Nucleons by Light Nuclei Above Pion Threshold
15 Jan 1988 James R. Norris, ANL Chemistry Div., Unlocking the Chemistry of Photosynthesis
22 Jan 1988 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Plans for a National Gamma Ray Facility
29 Jan 1988 David Moncton, ANL Advanced Photon Source, The Advanced Photon Source: a Step Closer to Reality
19 Feb 1988 Richard Toohey, ANL Health Physics Div., Indoor Radon and Lung Cancer
26 Feb 1988 Gerald Brown, SUNY, Stony Brook, Stopping in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Reactions
4 Mar 1988 Enrico Clementi, IBM Corp., Attempting to Simulate Water as a Liquid and a Solvent on Supercomputers
11 Mar 1988 Richard Freeman, Bell Labs., The Conductivity of a Simple Metal from Room Temperature to Greater than One Million Degrees
18 Mar 1988 Kurt Snover, U. of Washington, Giant Dipole Resonances and the Deformation of Hot Nuclei
25 Mar 1988 Donald Q. Lamb, U. of Chicago, Neutrinos from Supernova 1987A and Cooling of the Nascent Neutron Star
1 Apr 1988 Fancesco Iachello, Yale U., Dynamic Symmetries and Supersymmetries in Nuclei
8 Apr 1988 Karl Hess, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Monte Carlo Simulations of Femtosecond Spectroscopy in Semiconductors
22 Apr 1988 Neil Turok, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Strings in Cosmology
29 Apr 1988 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Hunting Quarks in Nuclei
6 May 1988 Samuel G. Hurst, ORNL, Resonance Ionization and Atom Counting
13 May 1988 David N. Schramm, U. of Chicago, Shadows of Creation: The Dark Matter of the Universe
20 May 1988 Dietrich Habs, MPI, Heidelberg, Atomic Physics with the Heidelberg Test Storage Ring TSR
27 May 1988 Wallace Broeker, Columbia U., Are Glaciations Terminated by Reorganization of the Ocean- Atmosphere System?
3 Jun 1988 Anthony French, MIT, Taking a New Look at Introductory Physics at the University Level

9 Sep 1988 Richard G. Gordon, Northwestern U., Paleomagnetism, Plate Tectonics and Polar Wander
16 Sep 1988 G. Michael Morris, U. of Rochester, Pattern Recognition with Photon-Limited Images
23 Sep 1988 Dennis Sivers, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Mystery of the Proton Spin
30 Sep 1988 Peter Armbruster, GSI, Beyond the Stability of Nuclear Drops - Experiments to Produce the Heaviest Elements
7 Oct 1988 John Hoffnagle, IBM Almaden Research Center, Chaotic Motion of Two Ions in a Paul Trap
21 Oct 1988 Peter Sigmund, ANL Physics Div., Barkas Effect in Stopping of Charged Particles
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
11 Nov 1988 Carlos Aiken, U. of Texas at Dallas, Geophysical Search for non-Newtonian Gravity
18 Nov 1988 Miklos Gyulassy, LBNL, Quark-Gluon Plasmas, J/psi Suppression, and Pion Interferometry
2 Dec 1988 Richard D. Deslattes, NIST, Gaithersburg, High Resolution Diffraction Spectroscopy at Gamma-Ray Energies
9 Dec 1988 Jonathan Rosner, U. of Chicago, Electroweak Interactions at the TeV Scale
16 Dec 1988 Kaigham J. Gabriel, Bell Labs., Silicon-Based Micromechanical Structures and Devices
6 Jan 1989 Eric Lynn, ANL Physics Div. and AERE, 50 Years of Nuclear Fission
13 Jan 1989 A. B. McDonald, Princeton U., The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
20 Jan 1989 Murray Peshkin, ANL Physics Div., What Did We Learn from the Aharonov-Bohm Effect?
27 Jan 1989 James Simpson, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Wake Field Acceleration: Advanced Technology for Linear Colliders
3 Feb 1989 John Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Are Crystalline Ion Plasmas Attainable?
10 Feb 1989 Jack Wisdom, MIT, Chaotic Dynamics in the Solar System
17 Feb 1989 Peter D. Barnes, Carnegie Mellon U., Search for a Low Mass Six Quark State with Strangeness S=-2
24 Feb 1989 Douglas Donahue, U. of Arizona, Radiocarbon Dating with Accelerators: Methods and Applications
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
17 Mar 1989 Elliot P. Kanter, ANL Physics Div., Coulomb Explosion Imaging: A Femtosecond After the 'Little Bang'
24 Mar 1989 John Kogut, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Physics on the Lattice: From QED to Strings
31 Mar 1989 Rene Ong, U. of Chicago, Results and Prospects for Ultra High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
7 Apr 1989 Alexander DeVolpi, ANL RAS Div., Radiation Detection for Arms Control Verification: Far-out Schemes
14 Apr 1989 Dieter M. Gruen, ANL Materials Science and Chemistry Divs., Lasers in Surface Science
21 Apr 1989 Malcolm R. Beasley, Stanford U., igh Temperature Superconductivity: The Questions, Some Answers
28 Apr 1989 Robert Wilhelmson, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Storms, Supercomputing, and Visualization
5 May 1989 Thomas F. Rosenbaum, U. of Chicago, Spin Glasses: Models and Methods
12 May 1989 Russell Messier, Pennsylvania State U., Artificial Diamond: Facts and Fantasies
22 May 1989 Miquel Salmeron, LBNL, The Study of Surface Structures with the Scanning Tunnelling Microscope

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
22 Sep 1989 Barry Wicklund, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Collider Detector Confronts the Standard Model
29 Sep 1989 Alexander Dalgarno, Harvard U., Atomic and Molecular Processes in Supernova 1987A
6 Oct 1989 Richard E. Smalley, Rice U., Photo-electron Spectroscopy of Metal and Semiconductor Clusters
20 Oct 1989 Gary Steigman, Ohio State U., Cosmic Lithium: Going Up or Coming Down?
27 Oct 1989 William Zajc, Columbia U., Flavor Signals in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
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
17 Nov 1989 Anthony V. Nero, Jr., LBNL, Indoor Radon: Myth and Reality
1 Dec 1989 Katherine J. Strandburg, ANL Materials Science Div., Energy, Entropy, and Quasicrystal Structure
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
5 Jan 1990 Howard Goldberg, U. of Illinois, Chicago, Integrating Math and Science in Elementary Schools: an Approach to Science Literacy
12 Jan 1990 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., An Accurate Measurement of the Antiproton Mass
19 Jan 1990 Helmut Rauch, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten, The Neutron Interferometer as a Quantum and Measuring Device
26 Jan 1990 Sara A. Solla, Bell Labs., Learning and Generalization in Layered Neural Networks
2 Feb 1990 Johan Van Klinken, U. of Michigan, History of Electron Polarization and Parity Violation
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
16 Mar 1990 Adam Burrows, U. of Arizona, Ten Seconds that Shook the World: the Neutrinos from SN1987A
23 Mar 1990 Joe Redish, U. of Maryland, How the Microcomputer Changes the Way We Teach Physics
6 Apr 1990 Robert V. F. Janssens, ANL Physics Div., A New Region of Superdeformed Nuclei
13 Apr 1990 John P. Huchra, Harvard Smithsonian Center for AStrophysics, Searching for Structure in the Cosmos: Galaxy Redshift Surveys
27 Apr 1990 Max Dresden, SLAC, The Dawn of Gauge Theories
4 May 1990 Steven Koonin, CalTech, Squeezing a Neutron Star
11 May 1990 Clifford Matthews, U. of Illinois, Chicago, Cosmochemistry and the Origin of Life
18 May 1990 Helmut Rechenberg, Northwestern U., The Secret German Uranium Project (1939-1945)
1 Jun 1990 Gopal Shenoy, ANL Advanced Photon Source, A Random Walk in Science at the Advanced Photon Source
15 Jun 1990 Henry Guckel, U. of Wisconsin, Micromechanics

14 Sep 1990 Gabriel Karl, U. of Guelph, Proton Spin and Baryon Magnetic Moments
21 Sep 1990 John W. Dawson, Jr., Penn State U., The American Career of Kurt Goedel
28 Sep 1990 Kevin L. Wolf, Texas A&M U., Cold Fusion and Hot Tritium
5 Oct 1990 Samuel A. Werner, University of Missouri, Neutron Interferometric Measurement of the Topological Aharonov-Casher Phase Shift
12 Oct 1990 John J. Bollinger, NIST, Atomic Physics Tests of Nonlinear Quantum Mechanics
19 Oct 1990 Paul L. Cowan, NIST, Resonant X-Ray Scattering from Atoms and Molecules
2 Nov 1990 Aksel L. Hallin, Princeton U., A Search for Low-energy Resonances in Positron-Electron Scattering
9 Nov 1990 Akihiko Yokosawa, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Experiments with Fermilab Polarized Proton and Antiproton Beams
16 Nov 1990 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Searching in the Dark: The Quest for Hypothetical Particles
30 Nov 1990 Thomas J. Bowles, LANL, The Soviet-American Gallium Experiment
7 Dec 1990 Michael S. Turner, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: Nuclear Physics and Cosmology
14 Dec 1990 Ellis D. Miner, JPL, The Voyager Mission to the Outer Planets
4 Jan 1991 Takeshi Oka, U. of Chicago, H3+ in the Laboratory and in Jupiter Plasmas
11 Jan 1991 Edwin M. Westbrook, ANL Biological and Medical Research Div. & Northwestern U., Applications of Synchrotron Radiation to the Study of Biological Structure at the Molecular Level
18 Jan 1991 Peter Sigmund, Odense U. & ANL Physics Div., Cluster Bombardment of Solids; Cluster Fusion?
25 Jan 1991 Thomas H. Jordan, MIT, Quiet Earthquakes and Earthquake Prediction
1 Feb 1991 Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Quantum Chromodynamics: Experimental Support and Nonperturbative Outlook
8 Feb 1991 Edward Kibblewhite, U. of Chicago, Adaptive Optics on the ARC Telescope in New Mexico
15 Feb 1991 Clifford M. Will, Washington U., General Relativity at 75: How Right Was Einstein?
22 Feb 1991 Thomas D. Rossing, Northern Illinois U. & ANL Materials Components Technology Div., Some Perspectives on Physics Teaching
1 Mar 1991 Rainer Weiss, MIT, Gravitational Wave Astrophysics
8 Mar 1991 Syukuro Manabe, Princeton U., Studies of Greenhouse Warming Using Climate Models
15 Mar 1991 Lee Grodzins, MIT, Nuclear Techniques for Finding Chemical Explosives in Airport Luggage
22 Mar 1991 Andrew W. Sandorfi, BNL, A Polarized View of the Strong Interaction in Few-Nucleon Systems
29 Mar 1991 Albert Wattenberg, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Nuclear Physics at the Argonne National Laboratory in the 1940's
5 Apr 1991 Stephen Boughn, Haverford College, A 19 GHz Full-Sky Map: Snapshot of the Infant Universe
12 Apr 1991 Richard A. Webb, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Low Temperature Physics as an Aid for the Quantum Mechanic
19 Apr 1991 Roger A. Hegstrom, Wake Forest U., Handed Electrons, Atoms, and Molecules
3 May 1991 Nathan Isgur, Jefferson Lab., New Heavy Quark Symmetry of QCD
10 May 1991 Robert Smither, ANL Advanced Photon Source, Crystal Diffraction Gamma-Ray Telescope
11 May 1991 Vladimir I. Man'ko, Lebedev Institute, Nonstationary Casimir Effect for Parametric Quantum Systems
17 May 1991 Wojciech Zurek, LANL, Quantum, Classical and the Environment
24 May 1991 Dieter M. Gruen, ANL Materials Science & Chemistry Divs., Why Bother About Buckyballs?
21 Jun 1991 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann Institute of Science, The Clock Paradox in Quantum Tunnelling: Is the Twin Who Tunnels Through the Mountain Older or Younger Than His Brother

20 Sep 1991 Shoji Nagamiya, Nevis Lab., The Nucleus as an Assembly of Quarks
23 Sep 1991 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann Institute of Science, Applications of Quantum Mechanics and Isospin, CP, and CPT Symmetries to Experimental Tests of CP Violation in B Decays
27 Sep 1991 Robert A. Eisenstein, Nuclear Physics Lab., Physics Using the Low-Energy Antiproton Ring at CERN
4 Oct 1991 Kenneth E. Gray, ANL Materials Science Div., Flux Pinning and Dissipation in High-Temperature Superconductors
11 Oct 1991 D. Peter Siddons, National Synchrotron Light Source, Mossbauer Spectroscopy Using Synchrotron Radiation
18 Oct 1991 Berndt Mueller, Duke U., Relativistic Nuclear Collisions: Studying the Early Universe in the Laboratory
1 Nov 1991 Alexei Abrikosov, ANL Materials Science Div., Landau: His Life and Achievements
8 Nov 1991 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Superdeformation in Nuclei: Physics in a Secondary Minimum
15 Nov 1991 Vernon Hughes, Yale U., The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon
22 Nov 1991 Terence Draper, U. of Kentucky, A Look at the Lattice
13 Dec 1991 Lee C. Teng, ANL Accelerator Systems Div., Advanced Photon Source - A Third Generation Synchrotron Radiation Source
10 Jan 1992 Thomas Nash, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Future of Computing in High Energy Physics
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
7 Feb 1992 Michael Peshkin, Northwestern U., Passive Robotics and Mechanical Computation
14 Feb 1992 William J. Childs, ANL Physics Div., Overview of Laser-Radiofrequency Double-Resonance Studies of Atomic, Molecular, and Ionic Beams
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
6 Mar 1992 Mark J. Oreglia, U. of Chicago, Challenging the Electroweak Model at LEP
13 Mar 1992 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Particle Production in Compressed Nuclear Matter
20 Mar 1992 Paul J. Persiani, ANL Engineering Physics Div., The Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Process and Non-Proliferation Problems
27 Mar 1992 Marianne Schiffer, ANL Biological and Medical Research Div., Proteins: Nature's Sensors and Machines
3 Apr 1992 Konstantin K. Likharev, SUNY, Stony Brook, Correlated Single-Electron Tunneling
10 Apr 1992 Gene Rackow, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., Computer Viruses, Worms, and Other Miscreants of Magnetized Rust
17 Apr 1992 Alexei Abrikosov, ANL Materials Science Div., Superconductivity: History and Modern State
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
15 May 1992 Thomas Fields, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Status Report on the Soudan Proton Decay Experiment
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
2 Oct 1992 Mitio Inokuti, ANL Environmental Research Div., Electron Degradation in Molecular Substances
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
30 Oct 1992 Arthur F. Hebard, Bell Labs., C60: From Soot to Superconductivity and Beyond
6 Nov 1992 Elizabeth J. Beise, CalTech, Strange Currents in the Proton
13 Nov 1992 William D. Phillips, NIST, Gaithersburg, Laser Cooling: the Coldest Atoms Ever!
20 Nov 1992 Robert M. Chervin, NCAR, Global Climate Modeling: Status and Prospects
4 Dec 1992 Ugo Fano, U. of Chicago, A Common Mechanism of Collective Phenomena
11 Dec 1992 Barbara Jacak, LANL, Nuclei at High-Energy Density -- Results from Heavy-Ion Experiments at CERN
18 Dec 1992 Pedro A. Montano, ANL Materials Science Div., The Basic Energy Sciences Synchrotron Radiation Center at the Advanced Photon Source
8 Jan 1993 Samuel D. Bader, ANL Materials Science Div., Thin-Film Magnetism
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
5 Feb 1993 David T. Wilkinson, Princeton U., NASA's COBE Satellite Looks at the Big Bang
12 Feb 1993 Steven E. Vigdor, Indiana U., Unique Nuclear Physics Opportunities with Stored, Cooled Beams
19 Feb 1993 Neil Gehrels, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Quasars, Pulsars and Bursts: Results from the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory
5 Mar 1993 Alexander Pines, U. of California, Applications of Novel NMR Techniques to Solid Materials
12 Mar 1993 Robert W. Lourie, U. of Virginia, Studies of Nucleon Structure at CEBAF
19 Mar 1993 John C. Polanyi, U. of Toronto, Surface Aligned Photochemistry
26 Mar 1993 Leo Blitz, U. of Maryland, The Galactic Center
2 Apr 1993 Helen Edwards, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The TESLA Superconducting RF Linear Collider Option
9 Apr 1993 Serge Haroche, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris & Yale U., Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics
23 Apr 1993 Gordon A. Baym, U. of Illinois, Urbana, The Quark-Gluon Plasma
30 Apr 1993 Kenneth Evenson, NIST, Boulder CO, The Final Measurement of the Speed of Light
7 May 1993 Joseph H. Taylor, Princeton U., Gravitational Radiation from Binary Pulsars
14 May 1993 Brian M. Kincaid, LBNL, The Advanced Light Source: On Time, On Budget, and It Works!
21 May 1993 Miron Amusia, IOFFE Institute & ANL Physics Div., Electron Correlations in Atomic Processes
28 May 1993 Dana Z. Anderson, U. of Colorado & JILA, Adaptation, Decision Making and Self-Organization in Holographic Optical Systems
4 Jun 1993 Ronald W. P. Drever, CalTech, Gravitational Wave Detection with Laser Interferometers: Physics behind it, and Physics ahead
11 Jun 1993 Timothy Chupp, U. of Michigan, Measurement of the Spin-Dependent Structure Function of the Neutron at SLAC
18 Jun 1993 Robert L. Jaffe, MIT, Novel Quantum Phenomena in Twisting Tubes
25 Jun 1993 Walter Kutschera, ANL Physics Div., Long-Lived Noble Gas Radioisotopes

3 Sep 1993 Michael Pepper, FRS, Cambridge U., Ballistic Transport in One-Dimensional Semiconductors
10 Sep 1993 Chandrashekhar Joshi, U. of California, Progress Towards a Laser-Plasma Accelerator
17 Sep 1993 Robert S. Van Dyck, Jr., U. of Washington, High-Precision Mass Measurements Using the Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer
24 Sep 1993 David Wineland, NIST, Boulder, Single Atom Clocks
1 Oct 1993 Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State U., Chaotic Scattering
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
29 Oct 1993 Cleanthes A. Nicolaides, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Computation of the Response of Many-Electron Atoms and Molecules to Strong Laser Fields
5 Nov 1993 Gary Taubes, Contributing Correspondent, Science Magazine, Bad Science, The Short Life and Weird Times of Cold Fusion
12 Nov 1993 Richard E. Smalley, Rice U., Buckyballs and Nanotechnology
19 Nov 1993 Ming Chu, CalTech, Hadron Structure in Lattice QCD
3 Dec 1993 Sidney R. Nagel, U. of Chicago, Relaxation at the Angle of Repose: Flow and Sound in Sand
10 Dec 1993 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics at Multi-GeV Hadron Facilities
17 Dec 1993 Paul H. Rutherford, Princeton U., The Status of Magnetic Confinement Fusion
7 Jan 1994 Richard W. Siegel, ANL Materials Science Div., Nanostructured Materials
14 Jan 1994 Alexander D. Trifunac, ANL Chemistry Div., Patterns of Chemistry Induced by Ionizing Radiation
21 Jan 1994 David K. Campbell, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Nonlinear Science: From Paradigms to Practicalities
28 Jan 1994 A. Baha Balantekin, U. of Wisconsin, A Theoretical Perspective on the Solar Neutrino Problem
4 Feb 1994 John E. Frederick, U. of Chicago, Ultraviolet Radiation and the Biosphere: Contrasts Between the Hemispheres
11 Feb 1994 Jonathan Sapirstein, U. of Notre Dame, Theory of Parity Violation in Cesium
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?
7 Mar 1994 Morton Hamermesh, U. of Minnesota, Recollections about Jim Monahan and his Work
11 Mar 1994 Ralph E. Segel, Northwestern U., High Momentum Transfer Reactions: Past and Present
18 Mar 1994 Donald M. Eigler, IBM Almaden Research Center, Quantum Corrals
25 Mar 1994 Gerald J. Fishman, NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, Gamma-Ray Bursts: Observational Overview
1 Apr 1994 Jacqueline Hewitt, MIT, Gravitational Lenses and Cosmology
8 Apr 1994 Michail Zak, JPL, Nondeterministic-Dynamics Approach to Neural Intelligence
15 Apr 1994 Gary Davidoff, ANL Technical Information Services, A Scientist's Tour of the Internet
29 Apr 1994 Stephen Kuhlmann, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Results of the Search for the Top Quark from the Collider Detector at Fermilab
6 May 1994 Ruth Reck, ANL Environmental Research Div., Global Climate Change
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

9 Sep 1994 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann Institute of Science, The Mossbauer Effect and the Parton Model: from Crystals to Synchrotron Radiation and Heavy Quarks
16 Sep 1994 Charles Alcock, LLNL, The MACHO Project: A Search for Baryonic Dark Matter in the Milky Way
23 Sep 1994 Robert O'Dell, Rice U., Exploring the Stellar Nursery in Orion with the Hubble Space Telescope
30 Sep 1994 Ernest Malamud, SciTech and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Using Hands-On Science Centers to Expose the General Public to the Microworld
7 Oct 1994 Sharon Bertsch-McGrayne, Author, Nobel Prize Women in Science
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
4 Nov 1994 Norval Fortson, U. of Washington, Probing Particle Phsyics by Measuring Parity Violation and Testing Time Reversal Symmetry in Atoms
11 Nov 1994 Malcolm Derrick, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Physics with High Energy e-p Colliding Beams: Results from the ZEUS Detector at HERA
18 Nov 1994 Edward Shuryak, SUNY, Stony Brook, RHIC Physics
2 Dec 1994 Steven Rolston, NIST, Gaithersburg, Laser-cooled Atoms - The Coldest Things Around
9 Dec 1994 David Ceperley, U. of Illinois, Urbana, The Simulation of Quantum Systems
16 Dec 1994 Stephen Saunders, JPL, Magellan Mission to Venus
6 Jan 1995 Steven Pieper, ANL Physics Div., Variational Calculations of Light Nuclei
27 Jan 1995 Chang C. Tsuei, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Half Integer Flux Quanta in Tricrystal Cuprate Rings - Evidence for d-wave Pairing Symmetry
3 Feb 1995 John Madey, Duke U., Near-Term Prospects for 4th Generation FEL-Based Light Sources
10 Feb 1995 John Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., The Way to Crystallization of Confined Ions: Phase Transitions, Normal Modes, and Experiments
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
3 Mar 1995 Heidi Hammel, MIT, Hubble Space Telescope Observations of the Swan Song of Shoemaker-Levy 9
10 Mar 1995 Michael J. Bedzyk, ANL Materials Science Div. & MSE/Northwestern U., X-ray Standing Waves: A Structural Probe for Surface Layers and Thin Films
15 Mar 1995 Charles Bennett, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Quantum Information Theory, Cryptography, and Computation
24 Mar 1995 David E. Pritchard, MIT, Atom Optics and Atom Interferometers
31 Mar 1995 D. Hywel White, LANL, Evidence For and Against Neutrino Oscillations
7 Apr 1995 David N. Schramm, U. of Chicago, Recent Action with the Big Bang
14 Apr 1995 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Nuclei Far from Stability: Research Opportunities with Radioactive Beams
28 Apr 1995 Leo Kadanoff, U. of Chicago, Topology Changes and Scaling for Fluid Interfaces
5 May 1995 Susan Seestrom, LANL, The Nucleus as an Amplifier for the Weak Interaction
12 May 1995 Bernard Nefkens, U. of California at Los Angeles, What is so Special about ETA Physics
19 May 1995 John Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study, What Have We Learned About Solar Neutrinos
26 May 1995 Herbert Greenlee, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Discovery of the Top Quark

25 Aug 1995 Boris Kayser, National Science Foundation, CP Violation, Beauty, and Quantum Mechanics
22 Sep 1995 Gordon Cates, Princeton U., From Muons to MRI on Guinea Pigs - The Power of Optical Pumping
29 Sep 1995 Michael S. Turner, U. of Chicago and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Big-Bang Cosmology: Successes and Challenges
6 Oct 1995 Edward Hinds, Yale U., Atoms in Boxes and Atoms on Trampolines
13 Oct 1995 Carl E. Wieman, U. of Colorado, Bose-Einstein Condensation in an Ultracold Gas
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
10 Nov 1995 Vernon Barger, U. of Wisconsin, Exploring New Physics at a Muon-Muon Collider
17 Nov 1995 Luciano Moretto, LBNL, Complex Fragment Emission from Compound Nucleus Decay to Multifragmentation
1 Dec 1995 Madhusree Mukerjee, Scientific American, Probing the Real World
8 Dec 1995 Dieter Muller, U. of Chicago, Cosmic Ray Positrons: Are There Too Many?
15 Dec 1995 Peter Paul, SUNY, Stony Brook, Hot Nuclei as Fermi Liquids
5 Jan 1996 Steve Southworth, ANL Physics Div., Atomic X-Ray Physics Using Synchrotron Radiation
12 Jan 1996 Jeffrey Harvey, U. of Chicago, Current Directions in String Theory
19 Jan 1996 William R. Phillips, U. of Manchester, Shape Features in Neutron-rich Fission Fragments
26 Jan 1996 Rick Stevens, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., Wide Area Multimedia Supercomputing
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
1 Mar 1996 Akira Tonomura, Hitachi Advanced Research Lab., Electron Phase Microscopy To Observe Superconducting Vortices
8 Mar 1996 George Crabtree, ANL Materials Science Div., Dynamics of Vortices in Superconductors
15 Mar 1996 Francesco Venneri, LANL, The Accelerator-Driven Transmutation of Nuclear Waste
22 Mar 1996 Jon Morse, U. of Colorado, The Birth of Stars: Proto-Stellar Jets, Accretion and Proto- Planetary Disks
29 Mar 1996 Lowell Bollinger, ANL Physics Div., An Incomplete History of the Argonne Physics Division
5 Apr 1996 W. David Rust, NOAA/National Severe Storms Lab., The Electrical Structure of Thunderstorms
12 Apr 1996 Edward S. Fry, Texas A&M U., Lasing Without Population Inversion - An Experimental Reality
19 Apr 1996 Albert Wattenberg, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Enrico Fermi and Physics at Argonne in the 1940s
26 Apr 1996 P. Gregers Hansen, Michigan State U., Nuclear Halos and Other Loosely Bound Quantum Systems
10 May 1996 Charles K. Rhodes, U. of Illinois, Chicago, Nanotechnology Concept for Multiphoton Multikilovolt X-ray Production
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
31 May 1996 Susan Coppersmith, U. of Chicago, Force Fluctuations in Granular Materials
7 Jun 1996 Glenn T. Seaborg, LBNL, Chemical Research with New Elements at the Chemistry Division

27 Sep 1996 Patrick Seitzer, U. of Michigan, Hubble Space Telescope: Tragedy to Triumph
11 Oct 1996 Luiz Da Silva, LLNL, Soft X-ray Lasers and their Applications
18 Oct 1996 Brian Stephenson, ANL Materials Science Div., Intensity Fluctuation Spectroscopy Using Coherent X-Rays: Nano-Scale and Atomic-Scale Dynamics
25 Oct 1996 John D'Auria, Simon Fraser U., Research with Radioactive Beams at TRIUMF
1 Nov 1996 Edward C. Stone, JPL, The Search for Life Elsewhere
4 Nov 1996 Michael Berry, Bristol U., Chaos and Classical Limits
8 Nov 1996 Joseph Kapusta, U. of Minnesota, QCD and Very High-Energy Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
15 Nov 1996 Ercen E. Alp, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div., Lattice Dynamics with sub-mev Resolution: First Experimental Results at the APS
22 Nov 1996 H. Fred Dylla, Jefferson Lab., Developing High-Average-Power Lasers for Material Processing
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
24 Jan 1997 Franco Nori, U. of Michigan, Vortex Dynamics: Plastic Flow, Voltage Bursts, and Avalanches in Superconductors
31 Jan 1997 Juan-Carlos Campuzano, U. of Illinois, Chicago & ANL Materials Science Div., Pairing and Boson Condensation in High Tc Materials
7 Feb 1997 Haiyan Gao, ANL Physics Div., First Results from TJNAF
14 Feb 1997 Angela Olinto, U. of Chicago, Cosmological Magnetic Fields and Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays
21 Feb 1997 Gerald T. Garvey, LANL, Selected Topics in US Federal Science Policy 94-96
28 Feb 1997 Daniel Krakauer, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Recent Results on the Structure of the Proton
7 Mar 1997 Richard L. Garwin, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Disposal of Excess Weapon Plutonium and Uranium: What do we know and when will we do it?
14 Mar 1997 Mitio Inokuti, ANL Physics Div., Ugo Fano and Developments in Atomic and Molecular Physics
21 Mar 1997 Helena Pycior, U. of Wisconsin, Marie and Pierre Curie as Scientific Collaborators: A Century of Interpretation and Reinterpretation
28 Mar 1997 Terry Walker, Ohio State U., The Tension Over a Crisis in The Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
4 Apr 1997 Wolfgang Ketterle, MIT, Atoms Behave as Waves: Bose-Einstein Condensation and the Atom Laser
11 Apr 1997 Yoram Alhassid, Yale U., Chaos in Mesoscopic Systems: from Nuclei to Quantum Dots
25 Apr 1997 Ming C. Wu, UCLA, Optical Applications of Micromachining Technology
2 May 1997 Bernd Crasemann, U. of Oregon, X-Rays in Atomic Physics -- Then and Now
9 May 1997 Rolf Landauer, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Information is Physical
16 May 1997 Harold E. Jackson, Jr., ANL Physics Div., HERMES, A New Approach to Nucleon Spin Studies
23 May 1997 Gary Glatzmaier, LANL, 3D Numerical Simulations of the Geodynamo: Magnetic Field Reversals and the Rotation of the Earth's Inner Core
30 May 1997 Malvin Kalos, Cornell Theory Center, The Future of High-Performance Computational Science

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
19 Sep 1997 Emil Wolf, U. of Rochester, The Redshift Controversy and Correlation-Induced Spectral Changes
26 Sep 1997 Wick Haxton, U. of Washington, The Question of Nonstandard Solar Models
3 Oct 1997 David Price, ANL Materials Science Div., Stable and Supercooled Hot Liquids
17 Oct 1997 Margaret Murnane, U. of Michigan, Extreme Nonlinear Optics - Generation of Coherent, Femtosecond, X-Ray Pulses
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
31 Oct 1997 Jonathan Rosner, U. of Chicago, Particles with Beauty - Windows on New Physics
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
21 Nov 1997 David N. Schramm, U. of Chicago, Dark Matter and the Density of Baryons in the Universe
5 Dec 1997 Guy Savard, ANL Physics Div., Physics with Trapped Radioactive Ions
12 Dec 1997 Keh-Fei Liu, U. of Kentucky, Valence QCD and Quark Model
9 Jan 1998 Robert W. Dunford, ANL Physics Div., Two-photon Decay
16 Jan 1998 Anthony J. Leggett, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Superfluidity, Phase Coherence, and the New Bose-condensed Alkali Gases
23 Jan 1998 Hans-Otto Meyer, Indiana U., The Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction, Studied With Cooled Beams
30 Jan 1998 Jeffrey S. Gaffney, ANL Environmental Research Div., Megacity Photochemical Air Pollution and Oxygenated Fuels: PANhandling in the Americas
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
20 Feb 1998 Paul C. Lauterbur, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Diffusional Enhancement of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
27 Feb 1998 Hui Cao, Northwestern U., Semiconductor Cavity QED
6 Mar 1998 Augusto O. Macchiavelli, LBNL, Magnetic Rotation From a Different Perspective
13 Mar 1998 Anton Zeilinger, Universitat Innsbruck, Quantum Teleportation and the Nature of Information
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?
3 Apr 1998 James S. Langer, U. of California, How Solids Break
10 Apr 1998 Don Edwards, DESY, The TESLA Collaboration: A Major Effort on Superconducting RF Development
24 Apr 1998 Madappa Prakash, SUNY, Stony Brook, Photons and Neutrinos from Neutron Stars: Probes of Hot and Dense Matter
1 May 1998 Moses H. Chan, Pennsylvania State U., Disorder and the Superfluid Transitions
5 May 1998 Daniel Kleppner, MIT, An Atomic Attack on the Semiclassical Gap
8 May 1998 Nu Xu, LBNL, Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
15 May 1998 Gordon Kane, U. of Michigan, Supersymmetry - What? Why? When?
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
29 May 1998 Peter Schiffer, U. of Notre Dame, Beach Physics: Studies of Wetting and Drag Force in Granular Media
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
18 Sep 1998 Seth Putterman, U. of California at Los Angeles, Sonoluminescence: The Star in a Jar
25 Sep 1998 Edward W. Kolb, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Seeds of Cosmic Structure: Quantum Fluctuations in the Primordial Soup
2 Oct 1998 Wayne Itano, NIST, Boulder, Crystallized Ion Plasmas in a Penning Trap
9 Oct 1998 Robert Roser, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Top Quark, from Discovery to Present
16 Oct 1998 Richard Seto, U. of California at Riverside, Squeezing the Nucleus: High Density Matter in Heavy-Ion Collisions
23 Oct 1998 Eric Adelberger, U. of Washington, A New Look at Einstein's Equivalence Principle
6 Nov 1998 Peter Fisher, MIT, The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Experiment
13 Nov 1998 Krishna Rajagopal, MIT, The Many Phases of QCD
20 Nov 1998 Rolf Siemssen, KVI, Groningen, Radioactive Beam Facilities and Projects
4 Dec 1998 Gopal Shenoy, ANL Experimental Facilities Div., Scientific Research at the Advanced Photon Source
11 Dec 1998 Andrei Mirzabekov, ANL Biology Div. & Engelhart Institute of Molecular Biology, Biological Microchips: A Challenge for Engineers, Physicists and Computer Scientists
18 Dec 1998 Thomas Kirk, BNL, RHIC Physics and Facility - A Golden Era Ahead
8 Jan 1999 Bryon Mueller, ANL Physics Div., Measurement of the Light Quark Flavor Asymmetry in the Nucleon Sea
15 Jan 1999 John Doyle, Harvard U., Cooling and Trapping of Molecules
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?
19 Feb 1999 Cosmas Zachos, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Quantum Mechanics Lives and Works in Phase Space
26 Feb 1999 Philip Bucksbaum, U. of Michigan, The Phonon Bragg Switch: A Proposal to Generate Sub-Picosecond X-Ray Pulses
5 Mar 1999 Michael Welch, Washington U. Medical Center, Current Advances in PET and its Applications
12 Mar 1999 Elizabeth J. Beise, U. of Maryland, New Results from JLAB on the Electromagnetic Structure of the Deuteron
19 Mar 1999 Erick Cantu-Paz, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Recent Results in Parallel Genetic Algorithms
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
23 Apr 1999 Michael Riordan, SLAC, The Invention of the Transistor
7 May 1999 Geoffrey West, LANL, The Tree of Life; The Origin of Universal Scaling Laws in Biology from Molecules and Cells to Whales
14 May 1999 A. W. Castleman, Penn State U., Atomic and Molecular Clusters: Matter of Nanoscale Dimensions
21 May 1999 Hans Moravec, Carnegie Mellon U., Utility and Universal Robots, Soon
28 May 1999 Sheldon Goldstein, Rutgers U., Quantum Theory Without Observers

10 Sep 1999 James F. Bell, Cornell U., Strategy and Science Goals for NASA's Mars Sample Return Mission
17 Sep 1999 David Tománek, Michigan State U., Self-Assembly and Dynamics of Carbon Nanotube Systems
1 Oct 1999 Wai-Yee Keung, U. of Illinois, Chicago, CP Violation: A Window to See New Physics
8 Oct 1999 Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Inside Hadron Physics
15 Oct 1999 Zheng-Tian Lu, ANL Physics Div., Atom Trap Trace Analysis -- A New Demon on the Block
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
12 Nov 1999 Carlton M. Caves, U. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Quantum Information and Quantum Computation, or Why Quantum Mechanics Is Good for You
19 Nov 1999 Rocco Schiavilla, Jefferson Lab. and Old Dominion U., Few-Body Capture Reactions: Precision Nuclear Astrophysics
3 Dec 1999 Joseph Lykken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Search for Extra Dimensions
10 Dec 1999 Edward J. Daw, MIT, LIGO - A Direct Experimental Search for Gravitational Radiation from Astrophysical Sources
17 Dec 1999 John R. Arthur, SLAC., Prospects for an X-ray Free-Electron-Laser Light Source and some Possible Scientific Applications
7 Jan 2000 John Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Nuclear Physics, The Core of Matter, The Fuel of Stars
14 Jan 2000 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., Observing the Quantum Limit of an Electron Cyclotron: QND Measurements of Quantum Jumps Between Fock States
21 Jan 2000 Maury Goodman, ANL High Energy Physics, Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments
28 Jan 2000 John M. Goodkind, U. California, San Diego, Using Superconductivity to Measure Slow Changes in Gravity
11 Feb 2000 Donald F. Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., How vanilla is your proton?
25 Feb 2000 Mark Kasevich, Yale U., Atom Interferometers as Inertial Force Sensors
3 Mar 2000 Richard Wilson, Harvard U., Hormesis, Low Dose Linearity and the Nuclear Industry
24 Mar 2000 John Hardy, Texas A & M U., Superallowed Beta Decay: A Nuclear Probe of the Electroweak Standard Model
31 Mar 2000 Joshua Frieman, U. of Chicago and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Sloan Digital Sky Survey: First Science Results
7 Apr 2000 David J. Dean, ORNL, Phases: From Nuclei to Quantum Dots
14 Apr 2000 Boris Kayser, NSF, Washington, DC, Why Do We Think Neutrinos Have Mass?
21 Apr 2000 Curtis J Struck, Iowa State U., Galaxy Collisions: The Driving Process of Galaxy Evolution
5 May 2000 Dieter Gruen, ANL Chemistry Div., The Egg as Eye: Ultrananocrystalline Diamond in the Cosmos and in the Laboratory
12 May 2000 Robert McKeown, Caltech, Through the Looking Glass: the New Electroweak Frontier
19 May 2000 Wayne Hu, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, Ringing in the New Cosmology: Implications of Recent Cosmic Microwave Background Experiments
26 May 2000 Ralf Roehlsberger, U. Rostock, Resonant X-ray Scattering from Rotating Matter: The Nuclear Lighthouse Effect
2 Jun 2000 Robert Rosner, U. of Chicago, Using Simulations to Connect Astrophysics to the Laboratory
9 Jun 2000 Sean Carroll, U. of Chicago, The Accelerating Universe: Enigmas and Nostrums
23 Jun 2000 Theodore Postol, MIT, Scientific Fraud in the US National Missile Defense Program

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
22 Sep 2000 George Crabtree, ANL Materials Science Div., Driven Dynamics of Superconducting Vortices
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
20 Oct 2000 David Hertzog, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Precision Measurement of the Muon's Anomalous Magnetic Moment
27 Oct 2000 Christopher Monroe, U. of Michigan, Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions
3 Nov 2000 Richard Milner, MIT, The Electron Ion Collider: A Powerful New Nicroscope to Study the Structure of Matter
10 Nov 2000 Francis Halzen, U. of Wisconsin, Madison, High-energy Neutrino Astronomy: Results from the South Pole
17 Nov 2000 Stephen Milton, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div., Self-Amplified Spontaneous Emission: Extending Synchrotron Light Source Brightness by Many Orders of Magnitude
1 Dec 2000 Gordon Baym, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Hanbury Brown and Twiss Intensity Interferometry: From Stars to Nuclear Collisions to Atoms
8 Dec 2000 Susan Landau, Sun Microsystems Labs., Cryptology: Technology and Policy
15 Dec 2000 Robert Wald, U. of Chicago, Black Holes, Thermodynamics, and the `Information Paradox'
12 Jan 2001 Thomas Mason, ORNL, The Spallation Neutron Source: A Powerful Tool for Materials Research
19 Jan 2001 Jens Gundlach, U. of Washington, Big G and Gravity Close Up
26 Jan 2001 Carl Wieman, U. of Colorado, Quantum Explosions and Implosions in a Bose-Einstein Condensate of Rubidium 85
2 Feb 2001 Heinrich Jaeger, U. of Chicago, Is Sand a Solid, a Liquid or a Gas? The Physics of Granular Materials
9 Feb 2001 J. Murray Gibson, ANL Materials Science Div., Glimpsing Medium-range Order: The Structure of Glass from Fluctuation Electron Microscopy
16 Feb 2001 John Cowan, U. of Oklahoma, r-Process Abundances in Halo Stars and the Age of the Galaxy
2 Mar 2001 James J. Laidler, ANL CMT, The Advanced Accelerator Applications Program and Accelerator Transmutation of Waste
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
16 Mar 2001 Edward Kibblewhite, U. of Chicago, Adaptive Optics in the 21st Century
23 Mar 2001 Sam D. Bader, ANL Materials Science Div., Nanomagnetism
29 Mar 2001 Walter Greiner, JWG Universitaet Frankfurt/Main, Nuclear Matter, Hypermatter, Antimatter and Strong Correlations in the Vacuum
30 Mar 2001 Keith Moffat, U. of Chicago, Picosecond Time-resolved Macromolecular Crystallography: Molecular Movies?
6 Apr 2001 Volker Burkert, Jefferson Lab., Nucleon Microscopy with CLAS at Jefferson Lab
13 Apr 2001 Chung-Pei Ma, U. Pennsylvania, New Perspectives on Cosmological Structure Formation
19 Apr 2001 Lawrence Cardman, Jefferson Lab, CEBAF @ Jefferson Lab: Recent Results and Plans for the Future
27 Apr 2001 Johann Deisenhofer, Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Interactions of Drugs With Their Target in Atomic Detail
4 May 2001 Gerry Garvey, LANL, A Possible eA Collider
11 May 2001 Paul Kwiat, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Entangled Photons for Quantum Information: 101 Uses for a Schroedinger Kitten-Embryo
18 May 2001 Lee C. Teng, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div., Particle Accelerators -- Outlook for the 21st Century
25 May 2001 Aneesh Manohar, U. California, San Diego, Non-relativistic Bound States in Quantum Field Theory
1 Jun 2001 Simon Swordy, U. of Chicago, The Cosmic Ray Conundrum - Does this make any sense?
8 Jun 2001 Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon as a Probe of the Standard Model of Particle Interactions
15 Jun 2001 Gabriel Karl, U. of Guelph, Quantum Variations and Least Action Principles for Pedestrians

21 Sep 2001 Hamish Roberston, U. of Washington, SNO Flies: The Solar Neutrino Problem Resolved
5 Oct 2001 Malcom Derrick, ANL High Energy Physics, HERA ep colliding beam physics:current results and future prospects
12 Oct 2001 Walt Loveland, Oregon State U., Synthetic Paths to the Heaviest Elements
26 Oct 2001 Michael Turner, U. of Chicago, Making Sense of the New Cosmology
2 Nov 2001 Charles Perdrisat, College of William and Mary, Proton Form Factor Measurements at Jefferson Lab
9 Nov 2001 Philip Mannheim, U. of Connecticut, Gravitationally Induced Quantum Interference
16 Nov 2001 Juergen Kluge, GSI and U. of Heidelberg, Precision by Cooling: Atomic and Nuclear Physics in Small and Large Ion Traps
30 Nov 2001 Natalie Roe, LBNL, What's the Matter with Antimatter?
7 Dec 2001 Brent Fultz, Caltech, Vibrational Entropy and Inelastic Scattering
14 Dec 2001 John W. Harris, Yale U., Are We Seeing Glimpses of a Primoridal Quark-Gluon Soup?
4 Jan 2002 Helen Edwards, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Update on TESLA
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
8 Feb 2002 Tom Witten, U. of Chicago, Generalized crumpling: how smooth forces make sharp structures.
15 Feb 2002 Michael Wiescher, Notre Dame, The fate of matter on accreting neutron stars
22 Feb 2002 Jean-Michel Poutissou, TRIUMF, The initial science program of ISAC, the Canadian Isotope Accelerator
1 Mar 2002 Don Wuebbles, U. of Illinois, Achieving a Sustainable Climate: Issues, Impacts, and Resolution
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'?
22 Mar 2002 Millicent Firestone, Argonne National Lab, Self-Assembled Nanostructures
29 Mar 2002 Steve Elliott, U. of Washington, Double Beta Decay: Is the Neutrino Mass Within Reach?
5 Apr 2002 Ed Blucher, U. of Chicago, Investigating the Difference Between Matter and Antimatter with Neutral Kaons
12 Apr 2002 Krishna Kumar, U. of Massachusetts, Strange, New Physics with Parity-Violating Electron Scattering
19 Apr 2002 Massimo Salvatores, Argonne National Lab, Physics and Issues of Radioactive Waste Transmutation
26 Apr 2002 Rick Casten, Yale U., Critical Point Symmetries in Nuclei
3 May 2002 John Carlstrom, U. of Chicago, Cosmology with Cosmic Microwave Background Observations
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?
24 May 2002 Harvey Drucker, Argonne National Lab, The New Approach to Dealing with Terrorism: Asymmetric Warfare.
31 May 2002 John Ahearne, Sigma Xi Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Nuclear Energy: Present Technology, Safety, and Future Research Directions
7 Jun 2002 Sam Finn, Penn State U., Gravitational Wave Phenomenology

6 Sep 2002 Don Goldsmith, Self, The Runaway Universe
13 Sep 2002 Chris Fryer, LANL, Core-Collapse Supernovae
20 Sep 2002 Alan Nathan, U. of Illinois, Urbana, The Physics of Hitting a Home Run
27 Sep 2002 J. David Jackson, UC Berkeley and LBNL, Historical Roots of Gauge Invariance
18 Oct 2002 Jun Ye, Joint Institute for Lab. Astrophysics (JILA), Control of coherent light: Time meets Frequency
25 Oct 2002 Art McDonald, Queen's U., Kingston, Ontario, Solving the Solar Neutrino Problem
1 Nov 2002 David DeMille, Yale U., Tabletop probes for TeV physics: searches for the electric dipole moment of the electron
15 Nov 2002 Jayanth Banavar, Penn State U., The Geometry and Physics of Proteins
22 Nov 2002 >Walter Kutschera, U. of Vienna, Isotope Studies of the Alpine Iceman Oetzi
6 Dec 2002 Walter Henning, GSI, The GSI Future Facility
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
10 Jan 2003 Valery Nesvizhevsky, Institute Laue and Langevin, France, Quantum states of neutrons in the Earth's gravitational field
17 Jan 2003 Kenneth M. Kemner, ANL Environmental Research Div., Using High-Energy X-ray Physics to Address Environmental Science Problems
24 Jan 2003 Jim Truran, U. Chicago, Tracing the Abundance History of the Cosmos
31 Jan 2003 Stuart Freedman, U. of California, Berkeley, KamLand
7 Feb 2003 Alfred H. Mueller, Columbia U., Small-x behavior and saturation in nuclear and particle physics
14 Feb 2003 Robert L. Merlino, The U. of Iowa, Dusty plasmas in the laboratory and space
28 Feb 2003 Phil Woods, U. of Edinburgh, Nuclei Beyond the Proton Drip-Line
7 Mar 2003 David Wineland, NIST, Quantum games with trapped atomic ions; whither quantum computation?
14 Mar 2003 Janet Conrad , Columbia U., Seeking the Small Silent Type
21 Mar 2003 J. Murray Gibson, ANL OTD, Music, Fourier and Wave-Particle Duality
28 Mar 2003 Steven Rolston, NIST, Ultracold Neutral Plasmas
4 Apr 2003 Jeffrey S. Hangst, U. of Aarhus, The Production of Cold Antihydrogen
10 Apr 2003 Achim Richter, Institute for Nuclear Physics, Darmstadt U. of Technology, Playing Billiards with Microwaves - Quantum Manifestations of Classical Chaos
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
25 Apr 2003 Timothy Chupp, U. of Michigan, NMR and MRI with Laser Polarized Noble Gases: What's New?
2 May 2003 Friedrich-K Thielemann, U. of Basel, Switzerland, Nuclei far from Stability: Their Role and Production in Astrophysical Events
9 May 2003 Hasan Padamsee, Lab. for Elementary Particle Physics, Cornell U., Why Superconductivity Will Propel the Next Generation Accelerators for Light Sources and Linear Colliders
16 May 2003 T.-S. Harry Lee, ANL Physics Div., What have we learned recently from few-GeV Electroweak Reactions?
23 May 2003 Shoucheng Zhang, Stanford U., Can Relativity be an Emergent Principle?
30 May 2003 Scott Thomas, Stanford U., High Energy Colliders as Black Hole Factories: The End of Short Distance Physics
6 Jun 2003 Axel Drees, SUNY Stony Brook, Jet Quenching and the Quark Gluon Plasma at RHIC

5 Sep 2003 Jainendra K. Jain, Pennsylvania State U., The role of analogy in unraveling the fractional quantum Hall effect mystery
12 Sep 2003 Andrew Cumming, U. of California, Lick Observatory, Neutron Stars on Fire
19 Sep 2003 Rolf Ent, Jefferson Lab., The Science Driving the Jefferson Lab 12-GeV Upgrade
3 Oct 2003 Takeshi Oka, U. of Chicago, The Ubiquitous H3+, from Giant Planets to Star Forming Regions
10 Oct 2003 Sam Bader, ANL Materials Science Div., Nanoscience – A Source of Innovation for the 21st Century
17 Oct 2003 Robert L. Park, American Physical Society and U. of Maryland, Being there: the Rise of the Virtual Astronaut
24 Oct 2003 Daniel Lidar, Toronto U., Quantum Computers and Decoherence: Exorcising the Demon from the Machine
7 Nov 2003 Juan Collar, U. of Chicago, Low-background Detector Development at EFI: WIMPs, Axions, Neutrinos and other Sneaky Beasts
14 Nov 2003 George Sterman, SUNY, Stony Brook, Perturbative QCD: the Phenomenology of Quarks and Gluons
21 Nov 2003 Maria Spiropulu, U. of California Santa Barbara, Space Exploration with Colliders
5 Dec 2003 Monica Valluri, U. of Chicago, Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
12 Dec 2003 Norman Christ, Columbia U., QCD on a chip
19 Dec 2003 Charles Falco,, U. of Arizona, The Science of Optics; The History of Art
9 Jan 2004 Howard Georgi, Harvard U., Women and the Future of Physics
16 Jan 2004 Barry Barish,, CalTech, Probing the Universe for Gravitational Waves
23 Jan 2004 James F. Miller, ANL CMT, Hydrogen - The fuel of the future
30 Jan 2004 Zheng-tian Lu, ANL Physics Div., Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Egypt
6 Feb 2004 Chris Quigg, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics
13 Feb 2004 Mitio Inokuti, ANL Physics Div., The Lindau Meeting
20 Feb 2004 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Frontiers at the Femtoscale
27 Feb 2004 Spencer Wells, National Geographic Society, The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey
5 Mar 2004 Larry McLerran, BNL, What is the Experimental Evidence for the Color Glass Condensate?
12 Mar 2004 Louis-Gregory Strolger, Space Telescope Science Institute, Supernovae and the Accelerating/Decelerating Universe
19 Mar 2004 Thomas Bjørnholm, Nano Science Center, U. of Copenhagen, Organic molecules in electronic devices
26 Mar 2004 S. R. Kulkarni, CalTech, Cosmic explosions
2 Apr 2004 Robert M. Key, Princeton U., A Global Ocean Carbon Climatology: Results from GLODAP
9 Apr 2004 Mike Wilde, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., The Virtual Data Grid: A New Model and Architecture for Data-Intensive Collaboration
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
7 May 2004 Daniel Akerib, Case Western U., Looking for WIMPs in the Galactic Halo: the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (and some other dark matter experiments)
14 May 2004 Joel Karp, U. of Pennsylvania, Positron Emission Tomography (PET): Present and Future Technology
21 May 2004 Al Seckel, CalTech, The World's Most Powerful Illusions: An Interactive Journey Through Your Mind's Eye
28 May 2004 Lee Smolin, Waterloo, Canada, Loop Quantum Gravity
4 Jun 2004 Lynne Osman Elkin, California State U. at Hayward, Rosalind Franklin and the Double Helix
11 Jun 2004 P.-G. Reinhard, Universitaet Erlangen and Nurnberg, Exotic Nuclei – A Challenge for Nuclear Structure Models

10 Sep 2004 Paul Corkum, NRC Ottawa, Canada, Attosecond Lasers
17 Sep 2004 Lev Pitaevskii, U. of Trento and Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, Bose-Einstein Condensate - a New State of Matter
24 Sep 2004 Dmitri Diakonov, Jefferson Lab., Pentaquarks: a new kind of elementary particles?
1 Oct 2004 Ian McNulty, ANL Advanced Photon Source Div., X-ray Vortices
8 Oct 2004 Thomas Hemmick, SUNY, Stony Brook, The state of RHIC physics: Adventures at the highest temperatures achieved by man
15 Oct 2004 Maki Kawai, Surface-Chem. Lab., Japan, Observing Reactions of Single Molecule via Vibrational Excitation using Scanning Transmission Microscope
22 Oct 2004 Robert Geroch, U. of Chicago, Faster than light?
5 Nov 2004 Raman Sundrum, Johns Hopkins U., The Superworld, The Braneworld, and Our World
12 Nov 2004 Jennie Traschen, U. of Massachusetts, Black Holes and Thermodynamics
19 Nov 2004 Timothy C. Beers, Michigan State U., Mining the Milky Way Galaxy with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
3 Dec 2004 John D'Auria, Simon Fraser U., Canada, Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics at the ISAC Radioactive Beams Laboratory Using the DRAGON Facility
7 Dec 2004 Douglas D. Osheroff, Stanford U., Understanding the Columbia Space Shuttle Accident
9 Dec 2004 Anthony Leggett, U. of Illinois - Urbama, Superfluidity, phase coherence and the new Bose-condensed alkali gases
17 Dec 2004 Thomas C. Katsouleas, U. of Southern California, Progress on Plasma Accelerators: From the Energy Frontier to Tabletops
7 Jan 2005 Jeffrey S. Gaffney, Argonne National Lab., Mexico City Revisited: Natural Radioactivity, Ammonia, and Black Carbon Measurements in April 2003
14 Jan 2005 Stefan Frauendorf, Notre Dame U., New symmetries of rotating nuclei
21 Jan 2005 Dieter Gruen, ANL Materials Science Div., Fullerenes, nanotubes and ultrananocrystalline diamond: There's a bit less room at the bottom
28 Jan 2005 Michael Shaevitz, Columbia U., Neutrino Masses and Oscillations: A View of the Next Steps
4 Feb 2005 Anthony W. Thomas, Jefferson Lab., Understanding the Strong Interaction -- Recent Progress and the Opportunities Provided by Jefferson Lab at 12 GeV
9 Feb 2005 Emile A. Okal, Northwestern U., Tsunamis: Warning, detecting, simulating, chasing
18 Feb 2005 Angela Olinto, U. of Chicago, Deciphering the Extreme Universe
25 Feb 2005 Seth Lloyd, MIT, Fundamental limits to measuring space and time
4 Mar 2005 Steve Elliott, LANL, Double-beta decay and the neutrino
11 Mar 2005 Cheng Chin, U. of Chicago, Converting a Bose-Einstein condensate into a Cooper-paired degenerate Fermi gas
18 Mar 2005 Peter Armbruster, GSI, Nuclides Galore: Spallation revisited in inverse kinematics.
25 Mar 2005 Stuart Freedman, U. of California, Berkeley, Direct Evidence for Neutrino Oscillations from KamLAND
1 Apr 2005 Roy Holt, ANL Physics Div., Many facets of the deuteron
8 Apr 2005 Moses Chan, Pennsylvania State U., Can a solid be superfluid?
12 Apr 2005 Robert McKeown, CalTech, High-energy Particle Astrophysics Research in K-12 Schools
15 Apr 2005 Jack Carpenter, ANL IPNS, Spallation Neutron Sources: Present and Future
22 Apr 2005 Steve Geer, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Physics at an Upgraded Fermilab Proton Driver
29 Apr 2005 Maury Tigner, Cornell U., The International Linear Collider - where it stands
6 May 2005 Lillian Hoddeson, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Pushing Frontiers in Particle Physics: The Powers and Paradoxes of Megascience
13 May 2005 Walter Kutschera, U. of Vienna, Synchronizing cultures in the past: Pushing methods of natural sciences and humanities to their limits
20 May 2005 James Trosko, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State U., A paradign challenge in understanding carcinogenesis: adult stem cells and cell-cell communication gone amuck
27 May 2005 Tim Tait, ANL High Energy Physics Div, Precision Data and Hints for Physics Beyond the SM
3 Jun 2005 Kate Kirby, Harvard, Ethics issues in the practice of Physics

9 Sep 2005 David Campbell, Boston U., From Fermi Pasta Ulam (FPU) to Intrinsic Localized Modes (ILMs)
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.
30 Sep 2005 Francis L. Halzen, U. of Wisconsin, High-Energy Neutrino Astronomy: Towards Kilometer-Scale Neutrino Observatories
7 Oct 2005 Robert Lang, Alamo, Ca, From Flapping Birds to Space Telescopes: The Modern Science of Origami
14 Oct 2005 Rocky Kolb, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. & U. of Chicago, Thoughts on Dark Matter and Dark Energy
21 Oct 2005 Elizabeth J. Beise, U. of Maryland & National Science Foundation, Strange and Not So Strange Things about the Proton
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
2 Dec 2005 Blayne Heckel, U. of Washington, Testing the Gravitational Inverse Square Law at Sub-Millimeter Distances
9 Dec 2005 Victor Flambaum, U. of New South Wales, Parity and Time Reversal Violation in Atoms and Nuclei and Tests of the Standard Model
16 Dec 2005 Donald Q. Lamb, U. of Chicago, Exciting Recent Discoveries About Gamma-Ray Bursts
6 Jan 2006 Guy Savard, ANL Physics Div., High-Precision Mass Measurements, Vud , and the Status of the CKM Unitarity
13 Jan 2006 Hui Cao, Northwestern U., Chaotic Mircolasers
20 Jan 2006 Fausto Cattaneo, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Div., The Magneto-Rotational-Instability and Angular Momentum Transport
27 Jan 2006 Michael J. Pellin, ANL Materials Science Div., Atoms Returned from Our Sun: First Measurements from the Genesis Spacecraft
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
17 Feb 2006 Arlene Lennox, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Neutrons Against Cancer
24 Feb 2006 Roland Diehl, Max and Planck and Institut fuer Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching, High-Energy Astrophysics with Gamma-Ray Telescopes
3 Mar 2006 Garry Rumbles, National Renewable Energy Lab., Excitonic Solar Cells: from Quantum Dots and Proteins to Carbon Nanotubes
7 Mar 2006 Wolfgang Ketterle, MIT, New Forms of Quantum Matter Near Absolute Zero Temperature
10 Mar 2006 Michael Paul, Hebrew U., Laboratory View on Extinct Radioactivities, Galactic Radioactivities and Star Dust
24 Mar 2006 Michael Peshkin, Northwestern U., Kinesthetically Linked Dyads: Are Two Motor-Control Systems Better Than One?
31 Mar 2006 Stephen L. Dewey, BNL, Brain Function by PET Scan
14 Apr 2006 Adam Burrows, U. of Arizona, New Ideas Concerning the Mechanism for Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions
5 May 2006 Roland LaForge, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Seismic Hazard Characterization - A Brief History
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
26 May 2006 Matthew Strassler, U. of Washington, Magical Metamorphoses: Duality in Quantum Theory
2 Jun 2006 Evelyn L. Hu, U. of California at Santa Barbara, Quantum Dots in Photonic Crystal Cavities: Tuning the Optical Environment at the Nanoscale
16 Jun 2006 Michael S. Lubell, City U. of New York & The American Physical Society, Science on a National Agenda: the Road Forward

8 Sep 2006 Gary Wiederrecht, ANL Chemistry Div., Imaging and spectroscopy of nanoscale plasmonic heterostructures
15 Sep 2006 Sidney Nagel, U. of Chicago, Breaking Away, Selective Withdrawal and Islets in the Stream: The Role of Singularities in Fluid Flow
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
13 Oct 2006 Stephan Meyer, U. of Chicago, Three Years of WMAP
20 Oct 2006 Naomi Makins, U. of Illinois, In Search of L: Orbital Motion in the Land of Quarks
3 Nov 2006 Teng Lek Khoo, ANL Physics Div., Superheavy Nuclei and Elements
10 Nov 2006 Harry Weerts, High Energy ANL Physics Div., The US Particle Physics Roadmap
17 Nov 2006 Clive R. Neal, U. of Notre Dame, The Need for and Challenges of Installing a Global Lunar Seismic Network: The Notre Dame-led LuSeN Mission
1 Dec 2006 Leo Hollberg, NIST, Stable Lasers and Cold Atoms
8 Dec 2006 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant
15 Dec 2006 Robert Tribble, Texas A&M U., Stellar Evolution: A Nuclear Physics Perspective
5 Jan 2007 Birger Back, ANL Physics Div., Before Protons and Neutrons -- The Quark Gluon Era of the Universe
12 Jan 2007 Peter Lepage, Cornell U., The Fall and Rise of Lattice QCD: High-Precision Numerical QCD Confronts Experiment
26 Jan 2007 Michael Romalis, Princeton U., Atomic Magnetometers for Fundamental Physics and Applications
2 Feb 2007 John Beacom, The Ohio State U., Fossil Records of Star Formation: Supernova Neutrinos and Gamma Rays
9 Feb 2007 Gabriela González, Louisiana State U., Interferometric Detectors of Gravitational Waves: Opening a New Window to the Universe
16 Feb 2007 Gordon Baym, U. of Illinois, The Uncertainty Principals: Bohr and Heisenberg from Copenhagen to "Copenhagen"
23 Feb 2007 HongWen Jiang, U. of California at Los Angeles, Manipulation and Detection of Individual Electron Spins in Nanostructured Semiconductors
2 Mar 2007 Witek Nazarewicz, U. of Tennessee & ORNL, Shell Structure of Exotic Nuclei
9 Mar 2007 Dean Miller, ANL Materials Science Div., Correlating Microstructure and Current Transport in High Temperature Superconductor Wires
16 Mar 2007 Jerry Nolen, ANL Physics Div., How to Make Radioactive Beams
23 Mar 2007 Georg Hoffstaetter, Cornell U., The Energy Recovery Linac as a New X-ray Source
30 Mar 2007 Neil Shubin, U. of Chicago, Discovering a Link Between Fish and Limbed Animals: The Story of Tiktaalik roseae
6 Apr 2007 Krishna Kumar, U. of Massachusetts, Electrons and Mirror Symmetry
13 Apr 2007 Young-Kee Kim, U. of Chicago and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., E=mc2 Opening Windows on the World
20 Apr 2007 Eric Cornell, JILA, NIST, and U. of Colorado, Searching for the Electron's Electric Dipole Moment in Trapped Molecular Ions
4 May 2007 Ian Shipsey, Purdue U., Bringing Hearing to the Deaf -- Cochlear Implants: a Technical and Personal Account
11 May 2007 George F. Bertsch, U. of Washington, Density Functional Theory for Nuclear Binding and Structure
18 May 2007 Rex Tayloe, Indiana U., A Search for Neutrino Oscillations with the MiniBooNE Experiment
25 May 2007 Mats Lindroos, CERN, Beta Beams: A Neutrino Factory Based on Stored Radioactive Beams
28 Mar 2007 Bradley L. Jolliff, Washington U., Mars Exploration Rovers: Two Mars Years of Geologic Discovery

7 Sep 2007 Brian W. Fitzpatrick, Google Inc., Google: Building Scalable Systems and Moving Large Datasets
14 Sep 2007 Xiangdong Ji, U. of Maryland, Exploring the Partonic Structure of the Nucleon
21 Sep 2007 John P. Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., Perspectives on Nuclear Physics over the Past 100 Years
28 Sep 2007 Mike Norman, ANL Materials Science Div., High-Temperature Superconductivity - After 20 Years, Where Are We At?
5 Oct 2007 Serge Haroche, Collège de France & École Normale Supérieure, Quantum Non-Demolition Measurement of Light: The Birth, Life and Death of Trapped Photons
26 Oct 2007 Elena Aprile, Columbia U., The XENON Dark Matter Search
9 Nov 2007 David S. Weiss, Penn State U., Experiments with Atoms in One and Zero Dimensions
16 Nov 2007 Peter Mueller, ANL Physics Div., Simple Atoms, Extreme Nuclei: Laser Spectroscopy of 6He and 8He
7 Dec 2007 Chia-Ling Chien, Johns Hopkins U., Nanomagnets: Poles or no Poles
4 Jan 2008 Robert V. F. Janssens, ANL Physics Div., The Hunt for New Shell Structure in Neutron-Rich Nuclei
11 Jan 2008 Wim Leemans, LBNL, High-Energy Particle Accelerators that Can Fit on a (Large) Tabletop by Using Lasers
18 Jan 2008 Barry Wicklund, High Energy ANL Physics Div., Flavor Physics and The Strange Beauty Clock
25 Jan 2008 Linda Young, ANL Chemical Science and Engineering Div., Towards Laser Control of Ultrafast X-Ray Processes
8 Feb 2008 Peter G. O. Freund, U. of Chicago, A Passion for Discovery
15 Feb 2008 Abhay Ashtekar, Penn State U., Gravity, Geometry and the Quantum
22 Feb 2008 Tom LeCompte, High Energy ANL Physics Div., Standard Model Physics at the LHC
29 Feb 2008 Savdeep Sethi, U. of Chicago, Time and String Theory
7 Mar 2008 Lloyd Knox, U. of California at Davis, Future Probes of Dark Energy
14 Mar 2008 Rolf Ent, Jefferson National Lab., Quark-Hadron Duality and the Onset of the Quark Parton Model
21 Mar 2008 Henry Kapteyn, JILA and U. of Colorado, Ultrafast Molecular X-Ray Science
24 Mar 2008 Kenneth M. Nollett, ANL Physics Div., Some Puzzles in the Origins of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen
4 Apr 2008 Anneli Munkholm, Philips Lumileds Lighting Company, High Power Light Emitting Diodes: Progress & Challenges
18 Apr 2008 Joe Lykken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. National Accelerator Lab., Twenty Questions at the Large Hadron Collider
25 Apr 2008 Stephan Paul, Technische Universität München, Origin and Structure of the Universe: The Neutron's Point of View
2 May 2008 Anthony Thomas, Jefferson National Lab. & College of William and Mary, Nucleon Spin Crisis : Begining to the End
9 May 2008 Walter Henning, ANL Physics Div., Intense Rare Isotope Beams -- Science Goals and Technical Realization
23 May 2008 Karsten Heeger, U. of Wisconsin, Probing New Physics in Neutrino Experiments
30 May 2008 Claude Lyneis, LBNL, ECR Ion Sources for Nuclear Physics Research
27 Mar 2008 Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Cosmology and the LHC

29 Aug 2008 James M. Lattimer, SUNY at Stony Brook, The Equation of State in Astrophysical Applications
5 Sep 2008 Akif Baha Balantekin, U. of Wisconsin at Madison, Neutrinos: Ghostly Messengers of Earth and Heavens
12 Sep 2008 Aron M. Bernstein, MIT, Chiral Dynamics: New Experimental Tests
19 Sep 2008 Anna Frebel, U. of Texas at Austin, Observing the Signatures of the r-Process in Metal-Poor Stars
3 Oct 2008 Mark G. Raizen, U. of Texas at Austin, Comprehensive Control of Atomic and Molecular Motion
10 Oct 2008 Rajat Mittal, The George Washington U., Computational Modeling and Analysis of the Fluid Dynamics of Competitive Swimming
14 Oct 2008 Inez Fung, U. of California at Berkeley, The Warming Will Accelerate the Warming
31 Oct 2008 Hong Liu, MIT, Understanding the Quark-gluon Plasma via String Theory
7 Nov 2008 Andrew W. Sandorfi, Jefferson National Accelerator Lab., Novel Physics with Frozen-Spin Polarized Solid Hydrogen
14 Nov 2008 James L. Nagle, U. of Colorado, What have we learned about the Quark Gluon Plasma? And what does it mean?
21 Nov 2008 Dan Hooper, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Hot On The Trail of Particle Dark Matter
5 Dec 2008 Ross Young, ANL Physics Div., Strange quark currents in the electromagnetic structure of the nucleon
12 Dec 2008 George Crabtree, ANL Materials Science Div., Superconductivity as an Energy Carrier
9 Jan 2009 Daniel R. Stinebring, Oberlin College, Detecting Gravitational Waves with Pulsars
16 Jan 2009 Stephen Kuhlmann, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Dark Energy Survey
23 Jan 2009 Marc A. Baldo, MIT, High Efficiency Organic Solar Concentrators
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
13 Feb 2009 Dragan Huterer, U. of Michigan, Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe
20 Feb 2009 Deborah Jin, JILA, U. of Colorado, Making Ultracold Polar Molecules
27 Feb 2009 Andrey Kravtsov, U. of Chicago, Cosmological Constraints from Cluster Abundance Evolution
6 Mar 2009 Blayne Heckel, U. of Washington, Recent Results from a Search for the EDM of 199Hg
13 Mar 2009 Khalil Amine, ANL Chemical Sciences and Engineering Div., Advanced High Power and High Energy Systems for HEV and PHEVs applications
20 Mar 2009 Yanbei Chen, CalTech, Gravitational-Wave Astronomy
3 Apr 2009 Alain Haché, Université de Moncton, Ice Hockey Seen Through the Lens of Physics
10 Apr 2009 Subir Sachdev, Harvard U., Quantum Criticality and Black Holes
17 Apr 2009 John Arrington, ANL Physics Div., Clusters, Correlations and Quarks: a High-Energy Perspective on Nuclei
24 Apr 2009 Boldizsár Jankó, U. of Notre Dame, Universal Emission Intermittency in Quantum Dots, Nanorods and Nanowires
8 May 2009 Prabhakar Nair, UOP LLC, a Honeywell Company, Biofuels: Unlocking the Potential
15 May 2009 Robin Santra, ANL Chemical Sciences and Engineering Div., High-Intensity Laser Control of X-Ray Processes
22 May 2009 David Kaplan, Institute for Nuclear Theory, U. of Washington, Nuclear Physics and Effective Field Theory
29 May 2009 Murray Peshkin, ANL Physics Div., Reflections on Wartime Los Alamos and Some of Its People
19 Jun 2009 Derek B. Leinweber, U. of Adelaide, Visualizations of the QCD vacuum

11 Sep 2009 Paul E. Reimer , ANL Physics Div., A Tale of Two Protons, or two tales of the Proton's sea
18 Sep 2009 Kevin Lesko, LBNL, The Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory at Homestake
25 Sep 2009 Don Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., A Long Range Plan for the DOE Isotopes Program
2 Oct 2009 Stuart J. Freedman, U. of California at Berkeley and LBNL, Oscillating Neutrinos and Oscillating Decay Probabilities
9 Oct 2009 Rick Stevens, ANL Computing, Environment and Life Sciences Directorate; Computer science and Computation Institute, U. of Chicago, Building the Science Case for Exascale Computing
23 Oct 2009 Eric Hessels, York U., Progress towards Trapping Antihydrogen Atoms (The ATRAP Collaboration)
30 Oct 2009 Tijana Rajh, ANL Center for Nanoscale Materials, Healing of Nanoparticle Surfaces: An Opportunity for Improved Energy Conversion
6 Nov 2009 Joseph Carlson, LANL, Rich Physics from Simple Interactions
13 Nov 2009 Carlos Bustamante, U. California, Berkeley, Grabbing the Cat by the Tail: Single Molecule Studies of a Viral DNA Packaging Motor.
20 Nov 2009 Hugh Montgomery, Jefferson Lab., Exploring the Nature of Matter: Jefferson Lab and its plans
4 Dec 2009 Kevin E. Trenberth, NCAR, Boulder, CO, An update on climate change: Global warming coming ready or not!
11 Dec 2009 Janos Kirz, Stony Brook U. and LBNL, X-ray Microscopy - past, present and future
18 Dec 2009 Volker Koch, Lawrence and Berkeley Lab., The properties of strongly interacting matter: What have we (I) learnd from RHIC?
15 Jan 2010 Craig Hogan, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Holographic Noise in Michelson Interferometers: a Direct Experimental Probe of Unification at the Planck Scale
22 Jan 2010 Richard J. Furnstahl , The Ohio State U., Density Functional Theory for Atomic Nuclei
29 Jan 2010 Philippe Guyot-Sionnest, U. of Chicago, Sparse density of states in colloidal quantum dots, tuning energy relaxation and transport
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
12 Feb 2010 Ronald L. Walsworth , Harvard U., Laser frequency combs for precision astrophysical spectroscopy
26 Feb 2010 R. G. Hamish Robertson, U. of Washington, Neutrino Physics for the Masses
5 Mar 2010 Darek Seweryniak, ANL Physics Div., Exploration of Exotic Nuclei with Gammasphere and the Fragment Mass Analyzer
12 Mar 2010 George W. Crabtree, ANL Materials Science Div., The Sustainable Energy Challenge
19 Mar 2010 Wendy Freedman, Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, CA, The Giant Magellan Telescope
26 Mar 2010 Bradley M. Sherrill, Michigan State U., Designer Nuclei: A New Tool with New Applications
2 Apr 2010 Russell J. Hemley, Geophysical Lab., Carnegie Institution of Washington, Materials, Energy, and Extreme Environments
9 Apr 2010 William Brooks, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Coming Unglued: the Life and Times of Quasi-Free Quarks
16 Apr 2010 Peter Smith, U. of Arizona, The Journey of the Phoenix
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
7 May 2010 Philip Kim, Columbia U., Relativistic Quantum Physics at Your Pencil Tips: Dirac Fermion in Graphitic Carbon
14 May 2010 David Wineland, NIST Physics Lab., Quantum Computers and Raising Schrödinger's Cat
21 May 2010 Birger Back, ANL Physics Div., HELIOS: A new approach to nuclear structure studies in inverse kinematics
28 May 2010 Yuri Oganessian, Dubna, Heaviest Nuclei
4 Jun 2010 Norbert Holtkamp, ITER, Catarache, France, Overview of the ITER Project

10 Sep 2010 Kevin Pitts, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Three Decades of the CDF Experiment, Many Decades of Sensitivity
17 Sep 2010 Amanda K. Petford-Long, ANL CNM, The role of interfaces in the behavior of magnetic tunnel junction structures
24 Sep 2010 Linda Young, ANL XSD, Highlights and Future Directions in Hard X-Ray Sciences
1 Oct 2010 Klaus Blaum, Max and Planck and Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Precision Penning Trap Experiments with Stored and Cooled Exotic Ions
8 Oct 2010 David J. Dean, DOE Office of the Under Secretary for Science, Advancing Simulations for Science and Innovation
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
12 Nov 2010 Kathryn Levin, U. Chicago, What do high Tc superconductors teach us about ultracold Fermi gases and vice versa?
3 Dec 2010 Michael J. North, ANL Decision and Information Sciences Div., Introduction to Agent-based Modeling and Simulation
10 Dec 2010 Christopher J. Keane, LLNL, Inertial Confinement Fusion and High Energy Density Science Experiments at the National Ignition Facility
17 Dec 2010 Craig D. Roberts, ANL Physics Div., The Paradox of Emptiness: Much Ado about Nothing
7 Jan 2011 James Kakalios, U. of Minnesota, The Uncanny Physics of Superhero Comic Books
14 Jan 2011 Donald Hillebrand, ANL Center for Transportation Research, Electric Vehicles and Advanced Transportation Vehicles
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
4 Feb 2011 David Schuster, U. Chicago, Quantum Optics with Circuits
11 Feb 2011 Yousry Gohar, Nuclear Engineering Div., Disposal of US Spent Nuclear Fuel Inventory Using Accelerator Driven Subcritical Systems
18 Feb 2011 Scott Ransom, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Basic Physics with Millisecond Pulsars
4 Mar 2011 Andrew Sonnenschein, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Dark Matter Detection with Bubble Chambers
11 Mar 2011 Thomas Levenson, MIT, Isaac Newton and the Counterfeiter: Greed, Crime and the Birth of the Modern Idea of Money
18 Mar 2011 Kawtar Hafidi, ANL Physics Div., Invisible Particles
25 Mar 2011 Michelle Povinelli, U. Southern California, Applications of Nanophotonics: Absorption Engineering and Optomechanical Circuits
1 Apr 2011 Sergei Chekanov, ANL High Energy Div., Tests of the Standard Model at the Large Hadron Collider
8 Apr 2011 John Harris, Yale U., Recreating the Primordial Quark-Gluon Soup
15 Apr 2011 Berta Rubio, U. Valencia, Spain, Total Absorption Spectroscopy, a remedy against "Pandemonium"
22 Apr 2011 Eugene Chiang, U. of California, Berkeley, Relics of Planet Formation, Here and Abroad
13 May 2011 Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Div., Searching for New Physics at the Tevatron and the LHC
20 May 2011 Axel Hoffmann, ANL Materials Science Div., Pure Spin Currents: Discharging Spintronics (IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture)
27 May 2011 Adam Bernstein, LLNL, Dual-Use Dual-Phase Noble Liquid Detectors
3 Jun 2011 Mitchell Farmer, ANL Nuclear Engineering Div., Light Water Reactor Severe Accident Analysis and Experimentation at Argonne Related to the Nuclear Incident in Japan

9 Sep 2011 John P. Schiffer, ANL Physics Div., 100th Anniversary of the Nucleus
16 Sep 2011 Margaret Gardel, U. of Chicago, Cellular Mechanics
23 Sep 2011 Michael Wiescher, U. of Notre Dame, Nuclear Astrophysics Underground
30 Sep 2011 Daniel Baker, U of Colorado, The Impacts of Space Weather on Society and the Economy
7 Oct 2011 Larry Nittler, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Hermeochemistry: The composition of Mercury from MESSENGER X-ray, Gamma-ray, and Neutron Measurements
14 Oct 2011 Priyamvada Natarajan, Yale U., Mapping dark matter and dark energy in the Universe using gravitational lensing by clusters
21 Oct 2011 Salman Habib, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Precision Cosmology: Prospects and Challenges
4 Nov 2011 Martin Freer, U. of Birmingham, Simplicity from Complexity: Clustering in Nuclei
11 Nov 2011 Jeffrey S. Hangst, Aarhus U., Trapped Antihydrogen - Stable, Neutral Antimatter
18 Nov 2011 Dam Thanh Son, U. of Washington, Viscosity, quark gluon plasma, and string theory
2 Dec 2011 C.W. Francis Everitt, Stanford U., Frame-Dragging, Cryogenics, and Space: The Gravity Probe B Experiment
9 Dec 2011 Walter Kutschera, U. of Vienna, Accelerator Mass Spectrometry and Climate Change
16 Dec 2011 Timothy Gay, U. of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, Football Physics
13 Jan 2012 Todd Ditmire, U. Texas, Austin, Petawatt to Exawatt Lasers: The Science and Technology of the Highest Power Lasers Ever Built
20 Jan 2012 Elena Shevchenko, ANL Center for Nanoscale Materials, Design of nanostructures: synthesis and properties
27 Jan 2012 Piers Coleman, Rutgers U., Magnetism and Superconductivity: A new era of convergence in condensed matter physics
3 Feb 2012 Sebastian Schmidt , Forschungszentrum Jülich, Forschungszentrum Jülich: Highlights from the Present and Directions for the Future
10 Feb 2012 Paul Debevec, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Understanding the Energy Challenge: Science, Technology, Economics and Policy
17 Feb 2012 Timothy C Beers , Kitt Peak National Observatory, Highly r-Process Enhanced Stars: New Perspectives on Old Stars
24 Feb 2012 Mark A. Ratner, Northwestern U., Molecular Mesoscopics: Transport in Molecular Junctions
2 Mar 2012 Michael Pennington , Jefferson Lab, Can experiment distinguish a four-quark state, from a molecule, or a quark-antiquark meson?
9 Mar 2012 Fred Wietfeldt, Tulane U., Precision Neutron Scattering Length Measurements Using Neutron Interferometry
12 Mar 2012 Peter B. Littlewood, ANL Physical Sciences & Engineering, U. of Chicago, and U. of Cambridge, Polariton Condensation and Collective Dynamics
23 Mar 2012 Jozef Dudek, Jefferson Lab and Old Dominion U., Gluonic Excitations in QCD
6 Apr 2012 Sudeep Das, LBNL, Gravitational Lensing of the Cosmic Microwave Background: A New Frontier
13 Apr 2012 Stuart Henderson, Fermi National Accelerator Lab, The Future of High Intensity Hadron Accelerators
20 Apr 2012 Lucas Platter, ANL Physics Div., From cold atoms to light nuclei
27 Apr 2012 Vivek Sharma, U. of California at San Diego, The Hunt for the Higgs Boson at CERN
4 May 2012 Ann Nelson, U. Washington, Portals for New Physics at the Intensity Frontier
11 May 2012 Meredith Nettles, Columbia U., Geophysical Constraints on Glacial Earthquakes and Glacier Dynamics in Greenland
18 May 2012 Brian DeMarco, U.of Illinois, Urbana, 3D Anderson Localization of Ultracold Matter
25 May 2012 Nadya Mason , U. of Illinois, Urbana, Using graphene to study superconductivity (new tricks for an old dog)
1 Jun 2012 Dmitry Budker, U. of California, "Atomic physics" of nitrogen-vacancy ensembles in diamond
8 Jun 2012 David Schuster, U. of Chicago, Cavity QED with electrons on helium

7 Sep 2012 Tom LeCompte , ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Outcome of the LHC Search for the Higgs Boson
14 Sep 2012 Heinrich Jaeger, U. of Chicago, Dynamically Jammed Liquids: A New Perspective on Shear Thickening of Dense Suspensions
21 Sep 2012 Geoffrey Greene, ORNL & U. Tennessee, Knoxville, The Neutron Lifetime
28 Sep 2012 Andreas Kronfeld, Fermi National Accelerator Lab, Twenty-first Century Lattice Gauge Theory: Consequences of the QCD Lagrangian
5 Oct 2012 Sarah Milkovich, JPL, Mars Science Laboratory: Where Our Curiosity Is Taking Us
12 Oct 2012 Douglas Clowe, Ohio U., Athens, Ohio, Through a Lens, Darkly
19 Oct 2012 Allan Franklin, U. Colorado, Boulder, CO, Experiment, Then and Now
2 Nov 2012 James Vary, Iowa State U., Ames, Iowa, Atomic nuclei at low and high resolution
9 Nov 2012 Dietrich Müller, U. of Chicago, Hundred Years of Cosmic Rays: Some Reflections on the Research in Chicago
16 Nov 2012 Susan Gardner, U. of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, Dark Matter in a Weakly Coupled Universe
30 Nov 2012 Daniel Fabrycky, U. of Chicago, Planetary System Architectures from Kepler
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
4 Jan 2013 Jason Clark, ANL Physics Div., A CARIBU is born: first results from our new baby
11 Jan 2013 Jonathan Simon, U. Chicago, Engineering Quantum Materials from Cold Atoms: Mott Insulators to Emergent Crystals
18 Jan 2013 Paul McEuen, Cornell U., Graphene at the Boundaries
25 Jan 2013 Jun Ye, JILA and U. Colorado, Boulder, CO, Precision metrology and many-body quantum physics
1 Feb 2013 Holger Müller, U. California, Berkeley, Matter-wave Clocks
15 Feb 2013 Luming Duan, U. of Michigan, Recent progress in quantum computation, networking, and simulation with trapped ions
22 Feb 2013 Michael Rust, U. Chicago, Robust Circadian Rhythms from Three Proteins
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
22 Mar 2013 William Happer, Princeton U., Why Has Global Warming Paused?
29 Mar 2013 Kartik Srinivasan, NIST, Manipulating the Color and Shape of Single Photons generated by Quantum Nanophotonic Devices
5 Apr 2013 Steven E. Koonin, New York U., New York, NY, The Promise of Urban Science
11 Apr 2013 Frank Zimmermann, CERN, LHC accelerator, Higgs factory, and a long-term strategy for High Energy Physics
Slides of talk (10 Mbyte pdf)
12 Apr 2013 William Phillips, NIST, Atomtronic circuitry: A Bose-Einstein condensate in ring
19 Apr 2013 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., First Precision Measurement of the Antiproton Magnetic Moment
26 Apr 2013 Stacy McGaugh, Case Western Reserve, Modified Gravity as a Possible Approach to the Missing Mass Problem
3 May 2013 Ralf Gothe, U. of South Carolina, Experimental Probes into the Essence of Matter
10 May 2013 Gerald Gwinner, U. of Manitoba, Fundamental symmetry tests with cooled atoms: From Lorentz invariance to parity
17 May 2013 Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, U. of Chicago, The physics of climate sensitivity
24 May 2013 Peter J. Lu, Harvard U., Modern math in medieval Islamic architecture
31 May 2013 Vladimir N. Litvinenko, BNL Nat. Lab., Novel Techniques for Hadron Beam Cooling in Hadron and Electron-Hadron Colliders
7 Jun 2013 Francesca Casadio, Art Institute of Chicago, State of the Art: Probing Complexity in Paint

6 Sep 2013 Madappa Prakash, Ohio U., Lessons from New Observations of Neutron Stars
13 Sep 2013 Kwang-Je Kim, Accelerator Systems Div., ANL National Lab., The Art of Producing Bright X-Rays and Its Current Revolution
20 Sep 2013 Calem Hoffman, ANL Physics Div., The Evolution of Shell Spacing in Light Nuclei
27 Sep 2013 Ian Cloët, ANL Physics Div., Images from Inner Space: Exposing the Quantum Mechanics within Nucleons and Nuclei
4 Oct 2013 Nikhil Padmanabhan, Yale U., Towards 1% Measurements of Cosmological Distances with Cosmic Sound
11 Oct 2013 Michael Rust, U. of Chicago, Robust Circadian Rhythms from Three Proteins
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?
8 Nov 2013 Claude-André Faucher-Giguère, U. of California, Berkeley, Feedback-Regulated Star Formation on Galactic and Cosmological Scales
15 Nov 2013 Matt Strassler, Harvard U., What the Large Hadron Collider Has Taught Us So Far
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
10 Jan 2014 Ian Spielman, NIST & U. of Maryland, Gauge Fields with Cold Atoms
17 Jan 2014 Mike Norman, ANL Materials Science Div., Monopoles, Anapoles, Skyrmions, Majoranas and Higgs - Welcome to the New World of Condensed Matter Physics
24 Jan 2014 Omar Benhar, Virginia Tech and INFN / Sapienza U., Rome, Towards a unified description of the electroweak nuclear response
31 Jan 2014 Lloyd Knox, U. of California, Davis, Strength in Numbers: Studying the Cosmic Neutrino Background with Gravity
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
21 Feb 2014 Lene Broeng Oddershede, Niels Bohr Institute, Long-range ordered vorticity patterns in living tissue induced by cell division
28 Feb 2014 Zheng-Tian Lu, ANL Physics Div., Atom Trap, Krypton-81, and Global Groundwater
7 Mar 2014 Larry Weinstein, Old Dominion U., Guesstimation: Solving the World's Problems on the Back of a Cocktail Napkin
14 Mar 2014 Zein-Eddine Meziani, Temple U., Quarks and Color Forces with a Spin
21 Mar 2014 Evgeny Tsymbal, U. of Nebraska, Lincoln, Magnetoelectric Interfaces and Ferroelectric Tunnel Junctions
28 Mar 2014 Paul Steinhardt, Princeton U., Once Upon a Time in Kamchatka: The Extraordinary Search for Natural Quasicrystals
4 Apr 2014 Adam Burrows, Princeton U., Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of Core-Collapse Supernovae
11 Apr 2014 Oliver Jäkel, Heidelberg U., Hadron Cancer Therapy -- Relative Merits of X-ray, Proton, and Carbon Beams
18 Apr 2014 Bogdan Wojtsekhowski, Jefferson Lab., Nucleon Structure from Elastic Electron/Photon Scattering
25 Apr 2014 Michael Romalis, Princeton U., Precision Measurements with Atomic Magnetometers
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
16 May 2014 William Noel, U. of Pennsylvania, EUREKA! The Archimedes Palimpsest
23 May 2014 Matthew Shepherd, Indiana U., The Ongoing Quest to Understand the QCD Spectrum of Mesons
20 Jun 2014 Zeev Vager, Weizmann Institute of Science, Molecular Handedness with Don Gemmell

12 Sep 2014 Mark Snir, Mathematics and Computer Science Div., ANL National Lab., High-Performance Computing: Exascale and Beyond
19 Sep 2014 Alexander Zholents, Accelerator Systems Div., ANL National Lab., A Light and a Beam: a Theme with Variations
3 Oct 2014 José Francisco Salgado, Adler Planetarium, Science, Symphony, and the Northern Lights
17 Oct 2014 Mark A. Berhow, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Peoria, Illinois, Missiles in Chicago's Backyards: The US Army Nike Missile Defense System of 1950-1975
24 Oct 2014 Sanjay Reddy, Institute for Nuclear Theory, U. of Washington, Neutron Stars in the Multi-Messenger Era: Extreme Matter and Extreme Phenomena
7 Nov 2014 Hasan Padamsee, Fermilab, The Golden Age of Superconducting RF Based Accelerators
14 Nov 2014 K. Ernst Rehm, ANL Physics Div., Studies of X-ray Bursts - Bringing Neutron Stars into the Laboratory
21 Nov 2014 Margaret Murnane, JILA, NIST and U. of Colorado, Science at the Timescale of the Electron: Tabletop X-ray Lasers and Applications in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
5 Dec 2014 Stuart Henderson, Advanced Photon Source, ANL National Lab., Advanced Photon Source Upgrade Status and Plans
12 Dec 2014 George W. Crabtree, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), ANL National Lab., The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR): One Year Later
19 Dec 2014 Kate Scholberg, Duke U., Neutrinos from the Sky and Through the Earth
9 Jan 2015 Clarence Chang , U. Chicago, Status and Recent results from the South Pole Telescope (SPT): SPTpol and beyond
16 Jan 2015 André de Gouvêa, Northwestern U., The Brave nu World
23 Jan 2015 Jacob L. Bean, U. of Chicago, Exoplanets in HD
30 Jan 2015 James A. Sauls, Northwestern U., Unconventional Superconductivity
6 Feb 2015 Keith Schwab, Caltech, Look, but don't touch: mechanically detecting and evading the quantum fluctuations of a microwave field
13 Feb 2015 Jenny Hoffman, Harvard U., High Tc superconductivity in a single atomic layer of FeSe
20 Feb 2015 Peter Littlewood, Lab. Director, ANL National Lab., Physics of Sustainability
6 Mar 2015 Eric Dahl, Northwestern U., The Hunt for Dark Matter, or things that go bump in the detector
13 Mar 2015 Jianguo Wen, Electron Microscopy Center, Center for Nanoscale Materials, ANL National Lab., Amplitude Contrast High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy for Advanced Materials
20 Mar 2015 Camillo Mariani, Virginia Tech, Reactor and Accelerator Neutrino Experiments
27 Mar 2015 Robert Wiringa, ANL Physics Div., Twenty years with the Argonne v18 potential
3 Apr 2015 Laura DeMarco, Northwestern U., The Mandelbrot set, equidistribution, and arithmetic
17 Apr 2015 Jeffery C. Bricker, UOP and Honeywell, Catalysis: Fundamentals and Impact
24 Apr 2015 Ramille Shah, Northwestern U., Expanding the Material Toolbox for 3D Printing: From Biomedical to Energy Applications
1 May 2015 John M. Doyle, Harvard U., TeV Physics and Chiral Spectroscopy using Cold Molecules
8 May 2015 Paul Ginsparg, Cornell U., At a Physics/InfoSci Intersection
15 May 2015 Ana Maria Rey, JILA, NIST and U. of Colorado, Building with Crystals of Light and Quantum Matter: From clocks to computers
29 May 2015 Alessandro Lovato, ANL Physics Div., Toward a Unified Description of the Electroweak Nuclear Response

18 Sep 2015 Andrew Geraci, U. of Nevada, Reno, Hunting for axions and new short-range gravitational forces using resonant sensors
25 Sep 2015 Bryce Littlejohn, Illinois Institute of Technology, Probing Mysteries In Particle Physics With Neutrino Oscillations
2 Oct 2015 S. Mark Ammons, LLNL, Trails and Dead Bodies: Directly Characterizing Extrasolar Planets with Adaptive Optics
9 Oct 2015 Elena Rozhkova, Center for Nanoscale Materials, ANL National Lab., Cancer Nanotechnology: At the Interface of Engineered Nanomaterials and Living Systems
9 Oct 2015 Tijana Rajh, Center for Nanoscale Materials, ANL National Lab., Cancer Nanotechnology: At the Interface of Engineered Nanomaterials and Living Systems
16 Oct 2015 Steve Gourlay, LBNL, High Field Magnets for a Future High Energy proton-proton Collider
6 Nov 2015 Bobby Kasthuri, Nanoscience and Technology Div., ANL National Lab., The BRAIN Initiative
13 Nov 2015 Don Geesaman, ANL Physics Div., Reaching for the Horizon: The 2015 NSAC Long Range Plan
20 Nov 2015 Jack Gilbert, Biosciences Div., ANL National Lab., Invisible Influence: Exploring the human microbiome
4 Dec 2015 Gaute Hagen, ORNL, Advances in coupled-cluster computations of nuclei
18 Dec 2015 Olli Heinonen, Harvard U., Evolving International Nuclear Safeguards
8 Jan 2016 Michael Levin, U. of Chicago, The Puzzling Boundaries of Topological Quantum Matter
15 Jan 2016 Christopher M. Sorensen, Kansas State U., Of Soot and Sunflowers
22 Jan 2016 Michael P. Kelly, ANL Physics Div., RF Superconductivity for Particle Accelerators: The Last 15 Years
29 Jan 2016 Klaus Schulten, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Towards an Atomic Level Description of a Living Cell - The Photosynthetic Chromatophore of Purple Bacteria, a Milestone
5 Feb 2016 Jeffrey W. Elam, Energy Systems Div., ANL National Lab., Synthesis, Characterization, and Application of Tunable Resistance Coatings Prepared by Atomic Layer Deposition
12 Feb 2016 Cliff Frohlich, U. of Texas, Human-caused earthquakes in Texas and the world: All alike, and all different
19 Feb 2016 Chunguang Jing, Euclid Techlabs and High Energy ANL Physics Div., Argonne Wakefield Accelerator: A pathway to future e+e- colliders and light factories
26 Feb 2016 Ben Kay, ANL Physics Div., Getting to Know the Nuclei Involved in Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
11 Mar 2016 Suzanne Staggs, Princeton U., Cosmology, the Polarized Cosmic Microwave Background, and the Atacama Cosmology Telescope
25 Mar 2016 Gabriella Sciolla, Brandeis U., Double the energy, double the fun: first results from the new and improved LHC
1 Apr 2016 Brian Fields, U. of Illinois, Urbana, When Stars Attack! In Search of Near-Earth Supernova Explosions
8 Apr 2016 Henry C. Kapteyn, JILA, U. of Colorado at Boulder and NIST, Practical ultrashort pulse tabletop "x-ray lasers," and their applications
13 Apr 2016 Olga Botner, Uppsala U., Recent results from IceCube - the dawn of neutrino astronomy?
22 Apr 2016 Aaron Greco, Energy Sciences Div., ANL National Lab., Modern Tribology with Application to Wind Turbine Drivetrain Reliability
29 Apr 2016 Vicky Kalogera, Northwestern U., LIGO discovery of a Binary Black Hole Merger
6 May 2016 Leslie Rosenberg, U. of Washington, Searching for Dark-Matter Axions
13 May 2016 Daryl Haggard, McGill U., Interpreting Sgr A*'s Most Luminous X-ray Flares
20 May 2016 Scott Dodelson, Fermilab and U. of Chicago, Myth-Busters: Dark Energy Survey and South Pole Telescope
27 May 2016 Paul A. Benioff, ANL Physics, Quantum computing, the early days & Effect of scalar scaling Field on physics, geometry

9 Sep 2016 Philip W. Phillips, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Do the Cuprate Superconductors have Extra Dimensions?
16 Sep 2016 Rebecca Flint, Iowa State University, Hybridization with a twist: the hidden order problem
23 Sep 2016 Jonathan Wurtele, University of California, Berkeley, Trapping and Probing Antihydrogen Atoms
30 Sep 2016 Francesco Iachello, Yale University, Cluster Structure of Light Nuclei
7 Oct 2016 John F. Beacom, The Ohio State University, Unlocking Nuclear Astrophysics With MeV Neutrino Astronomy
21 Oct 2016 Walter Kutschera, University of Vienna, Austria, The waxing and waning of Alpine glaciers throughout the Holocene
28 Oct 2016 Richard J. Hill, Perimeter Institute, The proton radius puzzle and its impact on fundamental physics
4 Nov 2016 Libby McCutchan, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Following Fission Fragments: Nuclear Data for Neutrino Physics
11 Nov 2016 Peter M. Weber, Brown University, Observing Ultrafast Molecular Structural Motions – i.e. Chemistry - by X-Ray Scattering and Structural Spectroscopy
18 Nov 2016 John M. Carpenter, APS Engineering Support Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Accelerator-based neutron sources: Past, Present, and Future
2 Dec 2016 Pengwei Zhao, Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Toward a unified description of the structure of nuclei
9 Dec 2016 Cynthia Keppel, Jefferson Lab & Hampton University, Nuclear Physics in Proton Radiation Therapy
6 Jan 2017 Carmen Soriano Hoyuelos, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory, Paleontology at Synchrotron Sources: New Light on Old Materials
13 Jan 2017 Abhay Deshpande, RIKEN BNL & Stony Brook University, Understanding the Glue That Binds Us All: The next QCD frontier
20 Jan 2017 Augusto O. Macchiavelli, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Gamma-Ray Tracking and the GRETINA Physics Program
3 Feb 2017 Michael Mulligan, University of Califoria, Riverside, Duality and emergent symmetries in two-dimensional electronic systems
10 Feb 2017 Anouar Benali, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, Quantum Monte Carlo for condensed matter
17 Feb 2017 Charles J. Horowitz, Indiana University, & Greg Huber, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, UC Santa Barbara, Nuclear pasta and parking-garage structures in nuclear astrophysics and cellular biophysics
24 Feb 2017 Martin J. Savage, University of Washington & Institute for Nuclear Theory, Nuclear Forces from Quantum Chromodynamics
3 Mar 2017 Peter Fierlinger, Technische Universität München, Slow neutrons and the early Universe
10 Mar 2017 Wendy Freedman, University of Chicago, Increasing Accuracy and Increasing Tension in Ho
16 Mar 2017 Christoph Düllmann, GSI & Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Superheavy elements: their production, nuclear and atomic properties, and how to go beyond Z=118
31 Mar 2017 Mark G. Raizen, University of Texas at Austin, Magnetically-Activated and Guided Isotope Separation
7 Apr 2017 Nicholas M. Law, University of North Carolina, Evryscopes: monitoring the entire sky for exciting events
21 Apr 2017 Matthias Ulf Liepe, Cornell University, Next Generation Superconducting RF Cavities
28 Apr 2017 Pierre Baldi, University of California in Irvine, Deep Learning Theory and Applications in the Natural Sciences
12 May 2017 Leigh Orf, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ultra-high resolution numerical simulations of devastating thunderstorms
19 May 2017 Jung-Fu Lin, The University of Texas at Austin, Revealing the physical and chemical nature of Earth’s deep iron by Inelastic X-ray Scattering
26 May 2017 Adrienne Kolb, formerly FNAL, Tunnel Visions: The History of the Superconducting Super Collider

8 Sep 2017 Michelle Dolinski, Drexel University, Current and future searches for neutrinoless double beta decay
15 Sep 2017 J. C. Séamus Davis, Cornell University & Brookhaven National Laboratory, Visualizing Quantum Matter
22 Sep 2017 Dale van Harlingen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, S-TI-S Josephson junction networks: a platform for exploring and exploiting topological states and Majorana fermions
29 Sep 2017 Mark G. Alford, Washington University, Transport and dissipation in neutron star mergers
6 Oct 2017 Curtis A. Meyer, Carnegie Mellon University, The Search for Gluonic Excitations
13 Oct 2017 Andrew Cleland, The University of Chicago, Quantum information in superconducting and nanomechanical systems
20 Oct 2017 Paul Steinhardt, Princeton University, The Cosmic Debate
26 Oct 2017 John C. Mather, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, The History of the Universe from the beginning to the end: where did we come from, where can we go?
3 Nov 2017 Chris Quigg, Fermilab, Fermilab's Greatest Hits: Scientific Highlights from the First Fifty Years
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10 Nov 2017 David Hertzog, University of Washington, Next-Generation Muon g-2: An indirect, but highly sensitive search for New Physics
17 Nov 2017 Gerald A. Miller, University of Washington, The Proton Radius Puzzle- Why we all should care
1 Dec 2017 Sergei Nagaitsev, Fermilab & The University of Chicago, Beam cooling in hadron accelerators
8 Dec 2017 Berndt Mueller, Brookhaven National Laboratory, The Unbearable Burden of Being Light: Exploring the emergence of ordinary matter from quarks and gluons
5 Jan 2018 Matthew R. Dietrich, Physics Division, Argonne National Lab, Advances in the Search for Radium’s EDM
12 Jan 2018 Jun Ye, JILA, NIST & University of Colorado, Atomic clock based on quantum matter
19 Jan 2018 Jeroen van Tilborg, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Progress towards the Free Electron Laser driven by a Laser Plasma Accelerator
26 Jan 2018 Chris J. Benmore, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Lab, High temperature x-ray diffraction from nuclear materials
2 Feb 2018 Rebecca Surman, University of Notre Dame, Forging the heaviest elements
16 Feb 2018 Witek Nazarewicz, Michigan State University, At the End of the Nuclear Chart: Physical and Chemical Properties of Oganesson
23 Feb 2018 Christian Forssen, Chalmers University of Technology, The precision era of nuclear theory
2 Mar 2018 Melina Avila, Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Type I X-ray bursts: explosions in binary star systems and the role of nuclear physics
9 Mar 2018 Daniel Lopez, Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory, Embracing nonlinearity and thermal fluctuations in nanomechanics
16 Mar 2018 Thomas Glasmacher, Michigan State University, Building FRIB
23 Mar 2018 Maryellen L. Giger, The University of Chicago, Deciphering Breast Cancer through Breast MRI, Radiomics, and Deep Learning
6 Apr 2018 Michael Ramsey-Musolf, University of Massachusetts, Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay: Lepton Number, Neutrino Mass, and the Origin of Matter
20 Apr 2018 Christopher W. Stubbs, Harvard University, Next-Generation Dark Energy Measurements- Challenges and Opportunities
27 Apr 2018 Efthimios Kaxiras, Harvard University, Machine Learning for Materials Modeling
4 May 2018 Laura Cadonati, Georgia Institute of Technology, Black holes, neutron stars and the birth of gravitational wave astronomy
18 May 2018 Laura Newburgh, Yale University, New Probes of Old Structure: Cosmology with 21cm Intensity Mapping and the Cosmic Microwave Background

14 Sep 2018 Jose Repond, Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory
The Electron-Ion Collider with a personal twist
21 Sep 2018 Reinhard Schulte, Loma Linda University
The Future of Ion Therapy: Stepping out of the Shadow of Photon Therapy with New Forms of Imaging and Motion Management
8 Oct 2018 Takaharu Otsuka, The University of Tokyo
Quantum phase transitions and self-organization in atomic nuclei, and the role of the tensor force
16 Oct 2018 Jean Dalibard, Collège de France, École normale supérieure
Exploring Flatland with cold atoms
2 Nov 2018 George Crabtree, JCESR, Argonne National Laboratory
Where is Energy Storage Going?
9 Nov 2018 Francis Halzen, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison
IceCube: Opening a New Window on the Universe from the South Pole
16 Nov 2018 Dmitri Kharzeev, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Chiral matter: from quarks to quantum materials
30 Nov 2018 Daniel E. Holz, University of Chicago
Hearing and Seeing a Binary Neutron Star Merger
11 Jan 2019 Brian Odom, Northwestern University
Trapped Molecular Ions: State Control Now, Precision Measurement Soon
18 Jan 2019 Anna Grassellino, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
State of the art in Superconducting Radio Frequency Technology: from accelerators to quantum
25 Jan 2019 Ania Kwiatkowski, TRIUMF
Ion traps for precision experiments in nuclear and atomic physics at TITAN
1 Feb 2019 Gordon Jones, Hamilton College
Neutron Decay: Beta-Neutrino Correlation and Lifetime Experiments at NIST
15 Feb 2019 Stuart Henderson, Jefferson Lab
JLEIC: Realizing the Electron Ion Collider at Jefferson Lab
1 Mar 2019 Scott Aaronson, University of Texas at Austin
Quantum Supremacy and Its Applications
8 Mar 2019 Scott Collis, ANL Environmental Science Division
Open Radar Science. Using community code to link science questions to data
15 Mar 2019 Hannes Bernien, University of Chicago
Quantum LEGOs: Engineering large quantum systems atom-by-atom
29 Mar 2019 Daniel McKinsey, University of California, Berkeley
Latest results from the LUX Dark Matter Experiment
5 Apr 2019 Jorge Piekarewicz, Florida State University
Nuclear Astrophysics in the New Era of Multimessenger Astronomy
19 Apr 2019 Greg Severin, Michigan State University
Isotope Harvesting at the NSCL and FRIB
26 Apr 2019 Nora Berrah, University of Connecticut
Towards Making Molecular Movies
3 May 2019 Prasanna Balaprakash, ANL Mathematics and Computer Science Division
Scientific domain-informed machine learning
10 May 2019 Martha Constantinou, Temple University
EIC physics from Lattice QCD: The proton mass and spin decomposition
17 May 2019 Alessandro Bacchetta, University of Pavia
Looking at the proton in 3D (in momentum space)
24 May 2019 Elizabeth Simmons, University of California San Diego
Gender, Equity, Power Structures & Implicit Bias in STEM

13 Sep 2019 Or Hen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Neutron star droplets and the quarks within
27 Sep 2019 Reika Yokochi, University of Chicago
Radiokrypton unveils dual moisture sources of a deep desert aquifer
4 Oct 2019 André de Gouvea, Northwestern University
Unveiling The Physics Behind Neutrino Masses
11 Oct 2019 Robert Wiringa, Argonne Physics Division
Steven C. Pieper: Nuclear Physicist at the Computational Frontier
Symposium in Honor of Steven C. Pieper
25 Oct 2019 Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo
From Nonlinear Optics to High-Intensity Laser Physics
1 Nov 2019 John E. Carlstrom, University of Chicago
New Physics through Measurements of the Cosmic Microwave Background
8 Nov 2019 Giuseppe Carleo, Flatiron Institute
Machine learning many-body quantum physics
15 Nov 2019 Eric Hessels, York University
The proton size determined from a new measurement of the atomic hydrogen n=2 Lamb shift: Resolving the proton radius puzzle
22 Nov 2019 Xiangdong Ji, University of Maryland
Exploring a quantum world traveling at the speed of light
6 Dec 2019 Art McDonald, Queens University
Deep Underground Measurements in Fundamental Physics and Astrophysics
20 Dec 2019 Lindy Blackburn, Harvard University
Black hole imaging with the Event Horizon Telescope
10 Jan 2020 Gordon Baym, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Electron-Ion Collider: the Ultimate Electron Microscope
17 Jan 2020 Angela Olinto, University of Chicago
Space Observatories of the Highest Energy Particles: POEMMA & EUSO-SPB
31 Jan 2020 Salman Habib, Argonne Computational Science Division
Quantum Mechanics, Chaos, and the Quantum-Classical Transition
7 Feb 2020 Wendy Freedman, University of Chicago
The Current Tension in the Hubble Constant
21 Feb 2020 Paul Reimer, Argonne Physics Division
Measurement of the Flavor Asymmetry in the Proton’s Sea Quarks
6 Mar 2020 Jonathan Engel, University of North Carolina
The Nuclear Theory of Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay
13 Mar 2020 Colloquia temporarily suspended due to COVID-19

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