Goddard Engineering Colloquium Series

Fall 2008 Schedule

Date  Topic  Speaker 
September 1 No Colloquium (holiday)  
September 8
Building 3 Auditorium
Systems Engineering:  What you need to know but didn't know you needed to know 
Annual Schneebaum Award Ceremony and Lecture
Co-sponsored with the Goddard Systems Engineering Seminar
Mike Ryschkewitsch
NASA Headquarters (formerly NASA GSFC)
September 15
Building 3 Auditorium
Engineering Challenges in Building Laboratory Models of Planetary Cores Dan Lathrop
University of Maryland
September 22
Building 3 Auditorium
The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope Karen O'Neil
National Radio Astronomy Observatory
September 29
Building 3 Auditorium
Titan Unveiled Ralph Lorenz
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
October 6
Building 3 Auditorium
The Hubble Space Telescope: An Idea That Would Not Die  Robert Zimmerman
Science Journalist
October 13
No Colloquium, Holiday  
October 20
Building 3 Auditorium
Dark Energy and Incandescent Lights Henning Leidecker
October 27
Building 3 Auditorium
High Efficiency Concentrators for Solar Cells Marc Baldo
November 3
Building 3 Auditorium
Optical Technologies for Direct Detection and Characterization of Exoplanets Rick Lyon
November 10
No Colloquium Today  
November 17
Building 3 Auditorium
The Wright Experience's 1908 Ft. Myer Flyer Ken Hyde
The Wright Experience
November 24
Building 3 Auditorium
Phoenix Scouts for Mars Water Brent Bos
December 1
Building 3 Auditorium
The GOES Experience  Dennis Chesters
December 8
Building 3 Auditorium
The Art and Science of doing Large International Science Projects Barry Barish
December 15
Building 3 Auditorium
Falcons and Dragons: Economical Liftoffs for Science Payloads, Cargo, and People Steve Davis
December 22
Building 3 Auditorium
No Colloquium  

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All colloquia are held at 3:30 p. m. on Mondays in either the Building 3 Auditorium or the Building 8 Auditorium, as indicated above.
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