Prof. Judah Eisenberg - Annual Memorial Lecture

1938-1998

 

Memorial Lectures

at the School of Physics and Astronomy 
Tel Aviv University

 

2001

Prof. Sidney D. Drell
Stanford University

The Responsibility of Scientists

2002

Prof. Yuval Ne'eman
Tel Aviv University

Jews and the Physical Sciences, from Yehoshua B. Hananiah to the Two Abraham-Alberts

2003

Dr. Jean-Paul Blaizot
Saclay Research Center

Matter Under Extreme Conditions: From the Big Bang to High Energy Nuclear Collisions

2004

Prof. Gordon Baym
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Hanbury Brown and Twiss Intensity Interferometry: From Stars to Nuclear Collisions to Atoms    [abstract]

2005

Prof. Peter Lepage
Cornell University

The Fall and Rise of Lattice QCD: High-Precision Lattice QCD Confronts Experiment    [abstract]

2006

Prof. Stanley J. Brodsky
SLAC

Hadron Dynamics at the Amplitude Level

2007

Dr. Larry McLerran
Brookhaven National Laboratory

The Color Glass Condensate and Glasma      [video]

2008

Prof. Horst Stöcker
J. W. Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main and GSI, Darmstadt

Hadron and Heavy Ion Physics at the International FAIR Facility

2009

Prof. Dam Thanh Son
University of Washington

Viscosity, quark-gluon plasma, and string theory

2010

Prof. Wolfram Weise
Technical University of Munich

Phases of strongly interacting matter: From nuclei to the quark-gluon plasma

2011

Prof. Berndt Mueller
Duke University

Some like it hot: Boiling the QCD vacuum at RHIC and LHC

2012

Prof. Itzhak Tserruya
Weizmann Institute of Science

The strongly interacting Quark-Gluon Plasma    [abstract]

2013

Prof. Krishna Rajagopal
MIT

The hottest-and most liquid-liquid in the Universe

2014

Professor Gerald Gabrielse

University of Harvard, USA

The Amazing Electron and its Moments: Most stringet tests of the standard model and proposed extension

2015

Professor Brian Foster

Oxford University, UK

Future Accelerator Facilities - For Particle Physics and Beyond

2016

Professor Beate Hainemann

University of California at Berkeley

A colloquium in memory of Judah Eisenberg

 

 

 

 
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