Colloquium Schedule, Spring 2009

All talks will be held on Thursday, except where noted, at 4:30 P.M. in Room 58 Exley Science Center with refreshments at 4:10 P.M., Room 58 (Foyer) Exley Science Center.




22nd Greg Denbeaux ‘93
University at Albany
 Extreme ultraviolet radiation for 22 nm resolution lithography – opportunities and challenges
5th Daniel McKinsey
Yale University
Direct Dark Matter Detection with Noble Liquids 
12th Cancelled!
Luca Dal Negro
 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
 Boston University
Light in Deterministic Aperiodic Structures ß∑
26th Fred Schlachter
Advanced Light Source Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Over a barrel: a world wide energy crisis
5th Cancelled!
April Allderdice ‘94
CEO - MicroEnergy Credits 
“MicroEnergy Credits: Linking Microfinance Clients to the Carbon Markets” 
12th Spring Break!
26th James Warren
Group Leader, Thermodynamics and Kinetics Group
Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Modeling crystal growth: A thermodynamic approach to pattern formation
2nd Dr. Jabez McClelland '76
(P '09)
Group Leader, Electron Physics Group
Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD
“Measurements for Nanotechnology: How do they DO that?”
9th Charles A.  Hall
Professor of Environmental & Forest Biology at SUNY
Peak Oil, Energy Return on Investment, and Your Financial Future"
16th Sam Slishman '93   
Endorphin Power Company  
Physics and medicine, the good and the bad: the story of a liberal arts physics major in the medical bubble
23rd Brian Stewart
Wesleyan University
 2nd Annual Earth Week Rant
30th Bertman Lecture 
Jane Wang
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
Cornell University
Falling Paper and Insect Flight

Please E-mail Vacek with additions or update.

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