These informal talks are presented to give insight into new areas of research being done in the history of physics and its allied fields. They are open to the public, take place around lunchtime, and are held at the American Center for Physics in College Park, MD.
Talks are often given by visiting researchers or historians using the Niels Bohr Library & Archives or having received a grant-in-aid from the Center to complete their work.
Check back soon for more brown bag talks.
- Monday, July 21, 2014
"John Wheeler's H-bomb blues: Searching for a missing document at the height of the Cold War."
Given by Alex Wellerstein, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for History of Physics
- April 2, 2013
"Toward a social and cultural history of Big Bang cosmology"
Given by Kendrick Oliver, Reader in American history at the University of Southampton
- March 22, 2013
"Polarization on the prairie: The history of early polarimetry and ellipsometry in Nebraska"
Given by Ron Synowicki, Woolam Co. Measurements Lab