Gettysburg College
Physics Department

 2005-06 CDescription: L:\public_html\physics\globe-blue.gifLLOQUIA*

*[latin colloquy fr. com + loqui to speak] conversation, dialogue; an academic meeting at which specialist(s) speak on a given subject
            and then answer questions about it 

Fall 2005:
 

Friday, September 23:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Richard Greenberg
University of Arizona and Dickinson College
Europa, The Ocean Moon: An Alien Biosphere?

Thursday, October 6:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Stephen Bishop
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Quest for Affordable Photons

Thursday, October 13:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Richard Barvainis
National Science Foundation/Gettysburg College
Radio Astronomy

Friday, October 28:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

L. Michael Hayden
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Nonlinear Optics

Friday, November 11:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Charles Greenfield
American Physical Society/General Atomics
Tokomak Fusion Plasmas

Monday, December 5:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Sarah Yost
University of Michigan
The Brightest Bursts You Will Never See

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Spring 2006:
 

Tuesday, January 31:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Robert Knop, Jr.
Vanderbilt University
Interacting Galaxies: Mapping Star Formation and Gas Motions

Thursday, February 2:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Todd C. Hillwig
Valparaiso University
Characterizing the Microquasar SS433

Tuesday, February 7:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Jacquelynne B. Milingo
Franklin & Marshall University
Planetary Nebulae: Swiss Army Knives of the Galaxy

Friday, February 10:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Jeffrey J. Sudol
Denison University
Magnetic Field Changes During Solar Flares

Thursday, March 30:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)
 

Andre Bouville
National Cancer Institute
Assessment of Radiological and Health Impacts - 2002 Update of Chernobyl: Ten Years On

Friday, April 7:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Peter J. Pella
Gettysburg College
Nuclear Nonproliferation

Friday, April 28:
3:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Howard Milchberg
University of Maryland and more!
Big Science (in a Small Room) with Extremely Intense Lasers

Monday, May 1:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Tanya Ostapenko, '06
Gettysburg College
Temperature Corrections in Industrial Irradiation Processing

Monday, May 1:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Candace Pfefferkorn, '06
Gettysburg College
THz Spectroscopy on Crystals of Small Peptides

Tuesday, May 2:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Matthew Recore, '06
Gettysburg College
The 250 keV P+Shooter: Lab Updates, Calibrations, and Rutherford Scattering

Tuesday, May 2:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Jeffrey Morgan, '06
Gettysburg College
Stabilization of Accelerator Voltage to Control Proton Beam Energy

Wednesday, May 3:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Maria Barrios, '06
Gettysburg College
RaPToRS - Rapid Pneumatic Transport of Radioactive Samples

Wednesday, May 3:
4:00 p.m.
Masters Hall 110 (Mara Auditorium)

Christy Zuidema, '06
Gettysburg College
Using MCNPX to Model a Direct Measurement of the Neutron-Neutron Cross Section at the Reactor YAGUAR

  

 

 

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