Professor Umran S. Inan
Winter 1998-99

TIME: Wednesdays at 4:15 PM, Refreshments at 4:00
(Green Earth Sciences Bldg.)
Stanford University

January 13 Some Key Aspects of Solar-Terrestrial Coupling
Dr. David Lauben, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
January 20 Note location: BLDG 260/Rm 113
Adaptive Modulation for Wireless Communications
Prof. Andrea Goldsmith, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
January 27 Space Flight Systems Development in the Aero & Astro Department
Prof. Robert Twiggs, Aero & Astro, Stanford University
February 3 Auroral Effects on Meteoric Metals in the Upper Atmosphere
Craig J. Heinselman, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
February 10 Note location: BLDG 160/Rm 161J
A Geophysicist Looks at Climate Change
Dr. S. Fred Singer, Science and Environmental Policy Project
February 17 The Pulsar in the Crab Nebula Supernova Remnant
Prof. Donald Backer, UC Berkeley
February 24 Coordinated FORTE satellite VHF and National Lightning Detection Network study of lightning
Dr. Abram R. Jacobson, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
March 3 Theoretical Models of Sprites
Dr. V. P. Pasko, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
March 10 The Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope: Understanding the Most Powerful Energy Sources in the Universe
Scott Williams, W.W. Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory