Goddard Engineering Colloquia

Fall 1998 Schedule

All colloquia are held at 3:30 p. m. on Mondays in the Building 3 Auditorium, unless otherwise indicated below. Any changes in the schedule will be indicated on this page with the minimum possible delay.

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Date Topic Speaker
September  21 
Special Event:
Schneebaum Lecture 
How to Cram a Cray J90 Supercomputer in a Shoebox Paul Boudreaux
NSA Lab for Physical Sciences
September 28  Mars Mission Refueling Station Paul Mueller
Utah State University
October 5  Austria and the Space Program Herbert Pichler
Austrian Space Institute 
October 12 
No Colloquium (Holiday) 
October 19 The Jungles of Randomness Ivars Peterson
Editor, Science News
October 26  Nano-Satellite Technology Development  Peter Panetta
November 2  High Temperature Super Conductors Paul Chu
Texas Center for Superconductivity Research
November 9 Early Automata Charles Cohen
Cybernet Systems Corporation
November 16  Higher Education and  Development David Bloom
Harvard Institute for International Development
November 23  Are Comets and Asteroids a Real Danger? Robert D. Chapman
Allied Signal Technical Services 
November 30  Future Directions in Technology for Earth Science Ray Taylor
GSFC - EOS Project
December 7  New Satellites for Personal Communications John V. Evans
December 14  Application of Signal Processing to Financial Markets Richard A. Mueller
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