Homer Neal Symposium

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Symposium Opening and Introduction to Professor Neal's presentation

4/12/2014 • 9:02 AM

Professor Alan Krisch
(Professor Orr planned to give the introduction, but was not able to attend the Symposium)

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History of Spin Physics at Michigan

4/12/2014 • 9:10 AM

Homer Neal describes the discoveries of particle spin at Michigan.

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Polarization in Proton-Proton Scattering

4/12/2014 • 9:27 AM

Professor Michael Longo, University of Michigan

A discussion of Homer Neal's PhD Thesis

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Remembering the HEP group at Indiana

4/12/2014 • 9:55 AM

Marjorie Corcoran, Rice University

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The Indiana Years

4/12/2014 • 11:01 AM

Prof. Harold Ogren, Indiana University

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Interconnections

4/12/2014 • 11:24 AM

Paul Grannis, SUNY at Stony Brook

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Spin Physics in Heavy Baryons

4/12/2014 • 11:54 AM

Eduard Burelo, CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico

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Video Tribute to Homer Neal

4/12/2014 • 12:30 PM

Samuel Ting, MIT

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Homer as a Physicist, a Colleague and a Mentor

4/12/2014 • 2:06 PM

Jianming Qian, University of Michigan

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Homer A. Neal’s Leadership and Accomplishments in ATLAS

4/12/2014 • 2:34 PM

Howard Gordon, Brookhaven National Laboratory

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Lambda Quark and Key Quark Organizational Theory

4/12/2014 • 3:05 PM

Dennis Sivers, Portland Physics Institute

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Homer's Contributions to Physics Infrastructure and Collaborative Tools

4/12/2014 • 3:37 PM

Shawn McKee, University of Michigan

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Leadership Panel Introduction

4/12/2014 • 4:30 PM

Ctirad Uher, University of Michigan

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From CERN REU Student to the Office Next Door: A Professional (and Personal) Journey

4/12/2014 • 4:31 PM

Christine Aidala, University of Michigan

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The Civil Scientist: Homer Neal

4/12/2014 • 4:40 PM

William Coughlin, President of Ford Global Technologies

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Three Decades of Leadership in Science Policy

4/12/2014 • 4:50 PM

James Duderstadt, University of Michigan

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Homer Neal: 2016 APS President

4/12/2014 • 5:05 PM

Kate Kirby, Executive Director of the American Physical Society

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Homer Neal: Administrator, Boss, Mentor

4/12/2014 • 5:15 PM

Gary Krenz, University of Michigan

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Homer and the UM-REU-CERN Programs

4/12/2014 • 5:30 PM

Jean Krisch, Professor of Physics, University of Michigan

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The Civic Scientist: Homer Neal

4/12/2014 • 5:40 PM

Tobin Smith, Association of American Universities

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Learning from a Civic Scientist

4/12/2014 • 5:52 PM

Jennifer McCormick, Mayo Clinic

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Homer Neal: Deep Vision on Big Science

4/12/2014 • 5:58 PM

Zhengguo Zhao, University of Science and Technology, China

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