Nobelist will speak at center's inauguration


To inaugurate the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms, 1997 Nobel laureate William D. Phillips (PhD 1976) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology will speak on "Ultracold Atoms: The Lure of Physics Near Absolute Zero," on Nov. 7 at 3pm in Rm 6-120. The talk will be followed by a reception at 4:30pm at the center, Building 26, second floor.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on November 1, 2000.


Topics: Special events and guest speakers

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