Symposium in Honor of Roberto Colella - November 15th, 2003

Saturday, 15 November 2003 

Room 203 Physics Bldg

Prof. Colella

A special 1-day symposium celebrating Roberto Colella's many contributions to x-ray physics, crystallography, and condensed matter science.

Prof. Colella

Please join his students, post-docs, and colleagues in a day of special talks on important fields connected with Roberto Colella:

Program Schedule

9:00a.m. Welcome from Dean of Science Jeffery S. Vitter & Department Head Andrew Hirsch 1:00 "Neutron Interferometry,"Sam Werner, NIST.
9:10 "Scientific applications of high resolution X-ray scattering,"Ercan Alp, Advanced Photon Source. 1:30 "Unravelling all the grazing incidence wave fields with Colella's N-BEAM program,"Steve Durbin, Purdue.
9:40 "Are single atom x-ray experiments possible with an Energy Recovery Linac?",Don Bilderback, CHESS. 2:00 "A new view of dynamical x-ray diffraction," Bob Batterman, Cornell and LBL.
10:10 Coffee Break 2:30 "Structural Genomics: x-raying the cell on a molecular level," Wladek Minor, University of Virginia.
10:30 Multiple beam x-ray diffraction for crystallography," Qun Shen, Cornell University. 3:00 Coffee Break
11:00 "Grazing incidence/truncation rod studies of vitreous SiO2 over Si(001)," Simon Moss, Univ. of Houston. 3:20 "Resonant X-rays and orbital ordering in V2O3," J. M. Honig, Purdue University.
11:30 "Neutrons, Gravity, and Quantum Mechanics,"Albert Overhauser, Purdue University. 3:35 Dean Chapman, Illinois Institute of Technology (title to be announced).
12:00 Lunch -Physics Building 4:05 "Tribute to Roberto & Adele Colella," Roger Moret, CNRS Universite Paris-Sud (read by D. Bilderback)
    4:15 "X-ray interferometry at Spring8," John Sutter, Spring8 (read by Qun Shen).

Symposium Banquet begins at 7:00 pm at the Hilton Garden Inn, Wabash Landing, West Lafayette. Contact Department of Physics Main Office (494-3000) for details.

A celebration of science & friendship with Roberto & Adele Colella!
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