Tentative Symposium Program, subject to adjustment

Thursday 10 September - Physics Building A - Room A110

Time Speaker Title
09:00 Blayne Heckel
UW Physics Dept. Chairperson
09:02 Werner Stuetzle
UW Divisional Dean of Science
Introductory words
09:07 Jerry Miller (UW) John Cramer
09:15 Bill Lynch (Michigan State) Overview of Low energy nuclear physics and FRIB
10:00 John Watson (Kent State) Heavy Ion Elastic Scattering, and Other Fortuitous Collaborations
10:35 Coffee Break  
10:55 Larry Phair (LBL) Physics at the 88-inch cyclotron
11:35 John Clauser History of Clauser-Freedman Experiment
12:20 Lunch  
2:00 George Chapline (LLNL) Quantum Mechanics and Helmhotz Machines
2:35 Ruth Kastner Cramer's Transactional Interpretation and the Quantum Liar Experiment
3:10 James Woodward (Cal State Fullerton) Why science fiction has little to fear from science
3:45 Coffee Break  
4:05 Kathryn Cramer Recovering Children of Physicists
4:40 Geoffrey Landis Parallel Worlds: Science and Science Fiction
5:25 Adjourn  
6:00 Dinner at the Waterfront Activities Center  

Friday 11 September - Physics Building A - Room A110

Time Speaker Title
9:00 Berndt Mueller (Duke) Relativistic heavy ion collisions
9:45 Jamie Dunlop (BNL) Recent results from STAR
10:20 Grazyna Odyniec (LBL) What can we learn from an energy scan?
10:50 Coffee Break  
11:10 Ron Soltz Recent results from PHENIX
11:45 John Cramer Five Decades of Physics
12:40 Adjourn