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November 2000 (Volume 9, Number 10)

April Meeting 2001 Program Committee Meets

April Meeting 2001 Program Committee Meets In September the April 2001 Program Committee met to discuss and identify the invited sessions for the upcoming meeting.

Photographed are (clockwise from front left): Joel Moss, DNP; Betsy Beise, CSWP; Richard Deslattes, GPMFC; Jim McGuire, GFB; Martin Lampe, DPP; Ben Bederson, FHP; Steve Smith, FPS; David Ernst, FIP; Bob Wald, GGR and Judy Franz, APS.

Also in attendance were Chuck Dermer, DAP; Stan Wojcicki, DPF; Ron Davidson, DPB; Bunny Clark, COM; and Co-chairs Trevor Weekes and Chris Quigg.

See more information on the APS April Meeting.

April 2001 Plenary Speakers

  • David Kestenbaum, National Public Radio: "Bringing Science/Physics to the Public"
  • James F. Drake, University of Maryland: "Magnetic Reconnection"
  • Natalie Roe, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: "CP Violation in B Mesons"
  • Maria Spiropulu, Fermilab: "In Search of Extra Dimensions"
  • David Wark, University of Oxford: "Neutrino Oscillations and the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory"
  • Andrew Lange, California Institute of Technology: "The Boomerang Experiment"
  • Steve Murray, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics: "Chandra Overview"
  • Paul Kwait, Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Illinois: "Enlayered Photons for Quantum Information"
  • Wolfgang Ketterle, MIT: "Atom Wave Amplification"

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November 2000 (Volume 9, Number 10)

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Myriam Sarachik Elected APS Vice President
Apker Finalists Meet in Washington
This Month in Physics History
In Brief
Viewpoint, by Alan Chodos
Meeting Briefs
Viewpoint, by Freeman Dyson
Inside the Beltway: A Washington Analysis
Where Are They Now?
The Back Page
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
April Meeting 2001 Program Committee Meets
The Physics of Pole Vaulting
SPS Congress Zeros in on Career Diversity and Undergrad Education Reform
New APS Service Keeps Members in Contact
Santa Fe Fellows Recognized with New Fellow Pins