Talks-first set (up to "Quarks to Cosmos" study)
Arraki_08oct09 Origin of the Universe
Palmer_08oct09 The Nature of Dark Energy
Scholl_08oct09 What is dark matter?
Spillane_15oct09 How are heavy elements made?
Olsho_22oct09 Neutrino Oscillations
Spott_22oct09 Did Einstein have the last word on gravity?
Sayres_22oct09 Extra spacetime dimensions gravity?
Leigh_29oct09 Matter and light in new regimes
Talks-second set (after "Quarks to Cosmos")
Moody_05nov09 Cosmic Accelerators: Update
Scholl_12nov09 Dark Matter
Sayres_19nov09 Extra Dimensions: Update
Arraki_19nov09 Extra Dimensions: Update
Olsho_19nov09 Neutrino Mass and the Evolution of the Universe
Sayres_10dec09 Super-Heavy Elements: The Island of Stability
Leigh_10dec09 The (g-2) Experiment
Physics Physics 485, Autumn 2009
Senior Honors Seminar
Instructor: Prof. Leslie J Rosenberg
Office: Physics and Astronomy Building, room C503
Office Hours: Wednesdays 10-11am
Telephone: (206) 221-5856
Meeting Times and Locations
This seminar meets on Thursdays in the Physics and Astronomy Building room C521 from 12:30 to 2:20. It's unlikely the course will regularly use the second course hour, so those having conflicting second-hour courses should be able to do so, in which case, you'll have to file a Registration Transaction Form/Time Conflict to register for both courses.
The web site for the course is faculty.washington.edu/ljrberg/AUT09_Phys485/home.html
Effective immediately, the seminars meet in the Physics and Astronomy Building, room C521
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Last modified: 12/23/2009 10:30 AM