Symposium in Honor of Lou Bruch

 

Saturday, May 10, 2014
Talks in 5280 Chamberlin Hall

Program
8:30-9:00 continental breakfast
9:00-9:50 Dick Manson (Clemson) How Does a Gas Come into Equilibrium with its Container?
10:00-10:25 Hank Revercomb (Wisconsin) From Esoteric Theory to Practical Observations: Not Such a Huge Leap
10:30-11:00 break
11:00-11:50 Flemming Hansen (DTU) 25 years collaboration with LWB: Some theoretical aspects of molecular films on solid surfaces
12:00-1:45 lunch in 4274 Chamberlin Hall  
1:45-2:35 Jackie Krim (NC State) Electronic Contributions to Friction in Sliding Adsorbed Monolayers
2:45-3:10 Joel Gottlieb (AT&T Labs and Intrepid IT) How Physics Enabled a Computer Science Career
3:15-3:45 break
3:45-4:35 John Venables (ASU) Multiscale Modeling of Physical Adsorption
4:45-5:10 Max Lagally (Wisconsin) "Surface Science" in 2014: A Myopic Personal Approach
7:00 Dinner at Imperial Garden in Middleton http://www.imperialgarden.com/

 

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