Fall 2005    Schedule

Aug. 22
Radiation Safety Training

Aug. 29
Dr. Barry Parker, Professor Emeritus, ISU Physics, 2005: The Centenial of Einstein's "Miracle Year"

Sept. 5
Labor Day, No Colloquium

Sept. 12
Dr. Doug Wells, Dr. Alan Hunt, and Dr. Richard Brey, ISU Physics Research Summaries

Sept. 19
Dr. Philip Cole, Dr. Eddie Tatar, and Dr. Kara Keeter, ISU Physics Research Summaries

Sept. 26
Dr. Eduardo Farfan, ISU Physics, Internal Dosimetry

Oct. 3
Dr. Stephen Turcotte, Brigham Young University Idaho, Wind Energy in
Southeastern Idaho

Oct. 10
Dr. Vesselin Dimitrov, Idaho Accelerator Center, The Case for a Solid Phase Model of the Nucleus

Oct. 17
Dr. Richard Ingebretsen, MD, Ph.D, University of Utah, High Velocity Injury

Oct. 24
Dr. John Sohl, Weber State University, The Physics of Hypothermia, Hyperthermia and Other Outdoor Problems

Oct. 26
Dr. Masaharu Aoki, Osaka University, Japan, PRISM/PRIME
Advanced Muon Beam and the Experimental Search for Coherent µ-e Conversion with Sensitivity to the Branching Fraction of 10-18

Oct. 31
Dr. James Popp, ISU Physics, MECO & PRISM/PRIME: Experimental Searches for Coherent µ-e Conversion with Sensitivity at least 10-17

Nov. 7
Dr. Hugh M. McIlroy, Idaho National LaboratoryA Large Matched Index of Refraction Flow Facility for Laser Doppler Anemometry and Particle Image Velocimetry Studies Around Complex Geometries

Nov. 14
Dr. Joan Gibson, University of New Mexico, Ethics in the Professions and Research

Nov. 21
Thanksgiving Break, No Colloquium

Nov. 28
Dr. William Hiscock, Montana State University, Beyond Einstein: Quantum Gravity and Dark Energy

Dec. 5
Dr. Kenneth Telschow, Idaho National Laboratory, Taking Optical Interferometry out of the Laboratory through Nonlinear Electro-Optics

Jan. 9
Dr. Jaret Heise,  Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, Solar Neutrino Studies at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

Jan. 16
Martin Luther King Day, No Colloquium

Jan. 23
Dr. Kara KeeterISU Physics, Mining for Neutrinos with the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

Jan. 30
Siri Oswald, U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, International Funding of Scientific Research

Feb. 6
Dr. Robert Hackenburg, Brookhaven National Lab, A Search for the Singlet Deuteron

Feb. 13
No Colloquium

Feb. 20
President's Day, No Colloquium

Feb. 23
Dr. Lin Shao, Los Alamos National Laboratory,  Recent developments in ion beam modification and ion beam analysis of materials

Feb. 27
Dr. Ward Moody, Brigham young University, Testing the Standard Model of AGN

Mar. 2
Dr. Mircea Chipara, Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, Radiation-Induced Modifications in Materials and Nanomaterials

Mar. 6
No Colloquium

Mar. 13
Dr. Katherine Chandler, Laboratory of Plasma Studies Cornell University, Spectroscopic Measurements from the X-ray bursts of 4-wire Manganin X-pinches

Mar. 14
Dr. Marc Mitchell, Laboratory of Plasma Studies Cornell University, The X pinch, an Extraordinary X-ray Source and High-Energy-Density Plasma

Mar. 20
Dr. Albert Young, North Carolina State University, Probing Fundamental Physics with Ultracold Neutrons: Following the Bouncing Ball

Mar. 21
Dr. Bulent Sencer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Neutron, High-energy Proton and Low-energy Proton Irradiation Damage in Metals

Mar. 23
Dr. Tony Forest, Louisiana Tech University, Strange Quarks in the Proton and Quark-Hadron Duality

Mar. 27
No Colloquium

Apr. 3
Dr. Dan Dale, University of Kentucky, A Precision Measurement of the Neutral Pion Lifetime: Pushing the Limits of Confinement Scale QCD

Apr. 10
Dr. Lawrence Rees, Brigham young University, Proton-beam Analysis of Lichens

Apr. 13
Dr. Gary Glass, University of Louisiana, High Energy Focused Ion Beams: New Tools for the Nano Era

Apr. 17
Dr. Bart Czirr, Brigham young University, Detectors for Homeland Security Applications

Apr. 20
Dr. Jeff Martoff, Temple University, Big Bang Relics and Applied Technology

Apr. 24
Colloquium Canceled

Apr. 27
Dr. Paulo Rios, University of São Paulo, The IFSUP Microtron Project

May 1
Colloquium Canceled

2002-2003 Colloquium Schedule, 2003-2004 Colloquium Schedule, 2004-2005 Colloquium Schedule

Unless specifically mentioned, all talks will be at 4:00 pm on Mondays in PS 132.

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