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February 24 Joshua Vaughan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thomas Hornung, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Manipulating Light-Matter Interactions Via 2D Femtosecond Pulse Shaping (Abstract)
March 9 Joseph Izatt, Duke University
Optical Coherence Tomography: Novel Systems and Molecular Contrast (Abstract)
March 16 Thomas Brunold, University of Wisconsin
Spectroscopic and Computational Insights into the Biosysthesis and Reactivity of Adenosylcobalamin (Abstract)
March 23 Abigail Haka, Massachusetts Institute of Techology
Diagnosing Breast Cancer: Raman Spectroscopic Real-Time Pathology (Abstract)
March 30 Arthur Suits, Wayne State University
Chemical Dynamics with Ion Imaging (Abstract)
April 6 Ed Grant, Purdue University
Frequency Domain Observations of Electron Orbital - Rovibrational Coupling (Abstract)
April 13

Paul Barbara, The University of Texas at Austin
F-V/SMS: A New Technique for Studying the Structure and Dynamics of Single Molecules and Nanoparticles (Abstract)

April 20 Jim Anderson, Harvard University
Lasers, Chemistry and Climate: New Developments in Fiber Lasers, High Finesse Cavities and Robotic Aircraft (Abstract)
April 27 Annual Richard C. Lord Lecture
Watt Webb, Cornell University
Spectroscopies as Biophysical Tools from MilliHz to ExaHz


Co-sponsored by the George R. Harrison Spectroscopy Laboratory,
the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and
the School of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.