Goddard Engineering Colloquia

Fall 2003 Schedule

All colloquia are held at 3:30 p. m. on Mondays in either the Building 3 Auditorium or the Building 8 Auditorium, as indicated below. Any changes in the schedule will be indicated on this page with the minimum possible delay.

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Current series schedule
Date  Topic  Speaker 
September 1
No Colloquium (holiday)
September 8
Building 3 Auditorium 
Time, Einstein, and the Coldest Stuff in the Universe

Annual Schneebaum Award Ceremony and Lecture

William Phillips
September 15
Building 3 Auditorium 
The Falcon Launch Vehicle -- A Starting Point for Revolutionizing Access to Space Elon Musk
September 22
Building 3 Auditorium 
Remote Sensing of Coastal Marine Ecosystems Tiffany Moisan
NASA/GSFC/Wallops Flight Facility
September 29
Building 3 Auditorium 
Biologically Inspired Electronics Rahul Sarpeshkar
October 6
Building 3 Auditorium 
Iridium -- Revolutionizing Space Dannie Stamp
Iridium Satellite LLC
October 13
Building 3 Auditorium 
No Colloquium (holiday)
October 20
Building 3 Auditorium 
Government Surveillance and Electronic Privacy After 9/11 David Sobel
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
October 27
Building 3 Auditorium 
The Next Era of Computing: Autonomic Computing Alan Ganek
November 3
Building 3 Auditorium 
Stone by Stone: The Magnificent History in New England's Stone Walls Robert Thorson
University of Connecticut
November 10
Building 3 Auditorium 
Space Elevators Bradley Edwards
Institute for Scientific Research
November 17
Building 3 Auditorium 
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) John Mather
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
November 24
Building 3 Auditorium 
Cold Fusion: Problems, Progress and Prospects David Nagel
The George Washington University
December 1
Building 3 Auditorium 
Once and Future NASA Technologies Murray Hirschbein
December 8
Building 3 Auditorium 
Engineering Living Cells with Computation Ron Weiss
Princeton University
December 15
Building 3 Auditorium 
Technical Roadmap to Reach the Outer Planets Bill Jeffrey
White House Office of Science Technology Policy (OSTP)

Engineering Colloquium home page: https://ecolloq.gsfc.nasa.gov/

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