Topical Symposia of the APS New York State Section

1 Fall 1959 University of Rochester "Modern Advances in the Useful Conversion of Energy"
2 Spring 1960 Colgate University "Modern Advances in Radio Astronomy"
3 Fall 1960 Harpur College "Modern Advances in Physical Computers"
4 Spring 1961 LeMoyne College "A Survey of Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation"
5 Fall 1961 Hotel Niagara, Niagara Falls "The Physics of Surfaces"
6 Spring 1962 The Hilton Inn, Tarrytown "Plasma Physics"
7 Fall 1962 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn "The Physics of Solar Space"
8 Spring 1963 G.E. Research Lab. & Union College "Biophysics"
9 Fall 1963 St. Bonaventure "Elementary Particles and the Nucleus"
10 Spring 1964 Corning Glass Center "Modern Aspects of Resonance Physics"
11 Fall 1964 SUNY College at Cortland "Current Trends in Optical Physics"
12 Spring 1965 IBM T. J. Watson Research Center "Modern Developments in Magnetism"
13 Fall 1965 Utica College "Exploration of Space"
14 Spring 1966 Cornell University "Superfluidity and Superconductivity"
15 Fall 1966 R.P.I. "Physics of New Materials"
16 Spring 1967 Xerox, Webster "Interaction of Light with Matter"
17 Fall 1967 SUNY at Stony Brook "Elementary Particles"
18 Spring 1968 Syracuse U. "The Physics of Life Processes"
19 Fall 1968 SUNY at Albany "Neutron and Low Energy Nuclear Physics"
20 Spring 1969 SUNY at Binghamton "Physics Beyond the Solar System"
21 Fall 1969 Canisius College "The Physics of Surfaces"
22 Spring 1970 G.E. R & D Center, Schenectady "aeophysics and Lunar Physics"
23 Fall 1970 St. Lawrence University "Fluctuations and Critical Phenomena"
24 Spring 1971 Corning Glass Works "The Physics of Electronic Devices"
25 Fall 1971 SUNY College at Geneseo "Plasma Physics: Fusion Power, Arcs and the Ionosphere"
26 Spring 1972 IBM Development, Poughkeepsie "Modern Optics"
27 Fall 1972 R.I.T. "Atmospheric Physics"
28 Spring 1973 SUNY Col1ege at Cortland "Irreversibility. Time Reversal and the Expanding Universe"
29 Fall 1973 R.P.I. "Electronic Physics of Organic Materials"
30 Spring 1974 Brooklyn College "Uses for Low Energy Accelerators"
31 Fall 1974 SUNY at Buffalo "Modern Acoustics"
32 Spring 1975 SUNY at Stony Brook "Particle Physics"
33 Fall 1975 Eastman Kodak Co. "The Physics of Image-Recording and Reproducing"
34 Spring 1976 SUNY College at Oswego "Energy Technology - Problems and Prospects"
35 Fall 1976 SUNY College New Paltz "Physics at Extreme Conditions"
36 Spring 1977 Colgate University "Modern Astrophysics"
37 Fall 1977 N.T.I.D. / R.I.T. "Geophysics: Molecules to Mountains"
38 Spring 1978 Union College "Topics in Biological Physics"
39 Fall 1978 IBM T.J. Watson Research Center "Physics in Modern Electronics"
40 Spring 1979 Syracuse University "Relativity and Gravitation"
41 Fall 1979 Holiday Inn, Rochester "The Laser and Applications"
42 Spring 1980 Cornell University "Synchroton Radiation and Its Applications"
43 Fall 1980 SUNY at Albany "What's New in Particle-Solid Interactions"
44 Spring 1981 Pace University "Energy: Physics of Alternate Sources and Storage Systems"
45 Fall 1981 SUNY at Buffalo "Interfacial Physics: The New Frontier"
46 Spring 1982 SUNY College at Cortland "Elementary Particle Physics"
47 Fall 1982 Eastman Kodak Co. "The Physics of Polymers"
48 Spring 1983 SUNY College at Oneonta "Physics and Computing"
49 Fall 1983 St. Lawrence University "Physics of the Environment"
50 Spring 1984 USMA, West Point "The Physics of International Security"
51 Fall 1984 University of Rochester "Frontiers of Physics"
52 Spring 1985 Corning Glass Center "The Physical Properties and Applications of Glass"
53 Fall 1985 GE R&D Center, Schenectady "Physics of Medical Imaging"
54 Spring 1986 Brookhaven National Laboratory "Detectors for New Physics"
55 Fall 1986 Syracuse University "Cosmology and Elementary Particles"
56 Spring 1987 Philips Laboratories "Thin Films and Microelectronics"
57 Fall 1987 Ramada Hotel, Buffalo "Physics of Fluids"
58 Spring 1988 Union College "Superconductivity"
59 Fall 1988 Cornell University "Particle Beam Generation and Interactions"
60 Spring 1989 SUNY College at Geneseo "Life Cycle of a Star"
61 Fall 1989 RPI, Troy "Nanometric Probes of Matter"
62 Spring 1990 Alfred University "Physics of Advanced Materials Systems"
63 Fall 1990 IBM Poughkeepsie "Supercomputing and Supercomputers"
64 Spring 1991 RIT, Rochester "The Science of Imaging"
65 Fall 1991 Skidmore College "Atmospheric Physics"
66 Spring 1992 Syracuse University "Biological Physics"
67 Fall 1992 Brookhaven National Laboratory "New Physics with Heavy Ions"
68 Spring 1993 Corning Incorporated "Physics of Disordered Materials"
69 Fall 1993 SUNY Buffalo "Nanostructures"
70 Spring 1994 SUNY College at New Paltz "Geophysics"
71 Fall 1994 SUNY at Binghamton "The Physics of Everyday Phenomena"
72 Spring 1995 GE R&D Center, Schenectady "Physics in Medicine"
73 Fall 1995 RIT "Advances in Alternative Energy"
74 Spring 1996 IBM T.J. Watson Research Center "21st Century Computing"
75 Fall 1996 Cornell University "Space Science"
76 Spring 1997 Colgate University "Lasers in Science"
77 Fall 1997 Skidmore College "A Century of Modern Physics"
78 Spring 1998 Eastman Kodak Co. "The Physics of Imaging"
79 Fall 1998 RPI "Advances and Applications in Magnetism
80 Spring 1999 Lucent Technologies "Physics of Telecommunications"
81 Fall 1999 SUNY College at Brockport "Low-Temperature Physics, Non-Linear Dynamics and Chaos"
82 Spring 2000 Corning Community College "Astrophysics"
83 Fall 2000 SUNY College at Buffalo "Cosmology, Strings, and Particle Physics"
84 Spring 2001 IBM T.J. Watson Research Center "Physics of Self-Organizing Nanostructures"
85 Fall 2001 SUNY at Albany "Biophysics with Nanotechnology"
86 Spring 2002 SUNY College at Oneonta "Energy and Environment"
87 Fall 2002 Syracuse University "New Horizons in Gravity and Astrophysics"
88 Spring 2003 SUNY College at Geneseo "The Physics of Everyday Phenomena"
89 Fall 2002 BNL (unknown)
90 Spring 2004 Buffalo State "Physics Education"
91 Fall 2004 City College of Technology, Brooklyn "From Quarks to Nanostructures"
92 Spring 2005 RIT "Physics of Squishy Things"
93 Fall 2005 Colgate University "Einstein and His Legacy"
94 Spring 2006 Finger Lakes Community College "Physics and Technology of Microsystems
95 Fall 2006 SUNY College at Potsdam "Acoustics, Musical and Physical"
96 Spring 2007 USMA, West Point Optics in a New Light
97 Fall 2007 Skidmore College "Planets - Geophysical and Astrophysical Perspectives"
98 Spring 2008 Cornell University Accelerator Physics"
99 Fall 2008 Corning Research "A Century of Optics and Materials"
100 Spring 2009 University of Rochester "Harnessing Photons: From Energy to Entanglement"
101 Fall 2009 Ithaca College "Physics and Archeology"
102 Spring 2010 Union College "Nuclear Applications"
103 Fall 2010 Hofstra University "Origins: Origins of the Universe, Solar System, and Life"
104 Spring 2011 Albany Nanotech Center "The Physics of Carbon Electronics"