Colloquia in Physics at Brookhaven, 2007-2009.

2009:

  • Dec. 8, Nathan Schwadron, Boston Univ. First Results from the Intestellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), pdf.

  • Nov. 3, Ken Kelton, Washington Univ. Liquid structures and their relation to phase transitions, pdf.

  • Oct. 20, Zlatko Tesanovic, John Hopkins Univ. Superconductivity at Dawn of the Iron Age, pptx and pdf.

  • Aug. 4, Takao Sakaguchi, BNL Profiling RHIC collisions with electromagnetic probes. pdf and ppt.

  • July 28, Sasha Glazov, DESY Recent Results from HERA. pdf.

  • June 9, Nick Hadley, Univ. of Maryland CMS: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. ppt.

  • May 8, Charles Thorn, Univ. of Florida, Asymptotic Freedom from Open String Loops, pdf.

  • April 17, D. Lopez, Univ. of Michigan Buddhism and Science. pdf.

  • April 14, Michel Tytgat, Univ. of Brussels Five Aspects of Dark Matter. pdf.

  • March 24: D. Boyanovsky, Univ. of Pittsburgh Shining (some) light on dark matter. pdf.

  • March 10: S. Gubser, Princeton Univ. Superstrings and RHIC. pdf.

  • March 3: Z. Fodor, Wuppertal Univ. Ab Initio calculations in Lattice QCD. pdf.

  • Feb. 24: Jean-Yves Ollitrault, Saclay. How perfect is the RHIC liquid?, ppt.

  • Feb. 10: Mikhail Khovanov, Columbia Univ. Categorification.

  • Jan. 14: Jean Lehmann, Rockefeller Univ. The Origin of the Genetic Code, ppt.

    2008:

  • Dec. 9: Hooman Davoudiasl, BNL. The Rest of Newton's Apple, pdf.

  • Dec. 2: Larry Abbott, Columbia Univ. Controlling Chaotic Activity in Neural Networks, pdf.

  • Nov. 24: Emanuel Derman, Columbia Univ. Financial Modeling and its Discontents, pdf.

  • Nov. 10: Marin Soljacic, MIT. WiTricity: non-radiative wireless power transfer, pdf.

  • Oct. 28 - Mannque Rho, Saclay and Seoul National University. From quarks to nuclei to compact stars and back, pdf and ppt.

  • Oct. 16 - Hitoshi Murayama, IPMU Tokyo and Berkeley. Studying the Universe Underground, pdf; also, see .zip and movies

  • June 10 - Scott Aaronson, MIT. The Limits of Quantum Computers: What we can't do with computers we don't have, ppt

  • April 1 - Tom Weiler, Vanderbilt Univ.

  • March 26 - Iro Tasitsioni, Princeton Univ.

  • March 25 - Juergen Berges, Technical Univ. of Darmstadt. What the inflation might tell us about RHIC, pdf

  • March 18 - Ted Barnes, Oak Ridge Natl. Lab. Developments in charm quark mesons: chaos, confusion and craziness ppt.

  • March 11 - Pierre Sokolsky, Univ. of Utah.

  • March 4 - David Dean, Oak Ridge National Lab.

  • Feb. 26 - Erin Sheldon, New York Univ. Gravitational lensing.

  • Feb. 12 - Michael Ramsey-Musolf, Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison. Nuclear Science and the New Standard Model ppt.

  • Feb. 5 - Tony Thomas, Jefferson Lab. Precise Electro-Weak Studies: An Essential Element of the World-Wide Nuclear Physics Program pdf.

  • January 29 - Paul Sommers, Penn. State Univ. Astroparticle Physics from the Pierre Auger Observatory ppt.

  • January 15 - Mikhail Voloshin, Univ. of Minnesota: Unusual peaks around the open charm threshold pdf.

  • January 4 - Charles Bennett, John Hopkins University: Cosmology from Space

    2007:

  • December 11 - Walter Henning, Argonne National Laboratory: The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) - Science Goals and Realization

  • Nov. 21 - Thomas Mason, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Directions in Neutron Source Development, ppt.

  • Nov. 21 - Alexei Tsvelik, BNL: Physics of Graphene, ppt.

  • Nov. 14 - Leonid Glozman, Yale University: Inelastic Electron Scattering Off Magnetic Impurities"

  • Nov. 13 - Martin Davis, Courant Inst., NYU, and Univ. of CA at Berkeley: Algorithms, Equations, and Logic, pdf.

  • Oct. 30 - Jamie Dunlop, BNL: Past, Present, and Future of Hard Probes at RHIC, ppt and pdf.

  • Oct. 23 - Daniel Eisenstein, University of Arizona: "Dark Energy and Cosmic Sound", ppt, plus four movies: anim.gif, anim_many.gif, acoustic_anim.gif, lrg_anim2.gif.