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       Agenda

8:30 AM: The Early Alkali Age of Molecular Beam Chemistry
Dudley Herschbach
Department of Chemistry &Chemical Biology
Harvard University

9:00 AM: A Bicentennial Summer with George
James L. Kinsey
Department of Chemistry
Rice University

9:30 AM: Topsey or Turvey? Probing Orientations of Reactive Molecules
Phil Brooks
Department of Chemistry
Rice University

10:15 AM: Coffee Break

10:45 AM: Using Vibrations to Control Chemical Reactions
F. Fleming Crim
Department of Chemistry
University of Wisconsin

11:30 AM: Some Happy Reminiscences
George Cowan
Santa Fe Institute

12:00 Noon: Lunch

1:30 PM: Correlated Electrons from Intermetallics to Organometallics
Corwin H. Booth
Chemical Sciences Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

2:15 PM: The Nanostructure Problem: Why do we care, and what are we doing about it?
Simon J. L. Billinge
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Michigan State University

3:00 PM: How Plutonium and Cerium are the Same
Angus C. Lawson
Materials Science and Technology Division
Los Alamos National Laboratory

3:45 PM: Squashed and Stuffed Buckyballs
Bruno Morosin
Sandia National Laboratory

4:30 PM: Reception

6:00 PM: Buffet Dinner

7:30 PM: Concert

J.S. Bach Sixth Partita: Toccata, Air, Sarabande, Tempo di Gavotta
Rosalie Heller, Pianist

Beethoven Spring Sonate: Allegro
Thomas Weber, Violin
Charmaine Weber, Piano

Bruch Romanze
Kay Newnam, Viola
Rosalie Heller, Pianist

 

 


 
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