Alan Hewat hewat at ill.fr
Thu Nov 25 14:33:35 CST 1999

Steve Shapiro and John Parise want to remind everyone that they are
organising a Symposium in honour of Dave Cox at BNL on 17th December.  I
have put the programme and response form on

Steve writes:
Plans are nearly complete for Dave’s ‘Fest’ on December 17, 1999.  Many of
you who plan to come have not responded.  This mailing will serve as a
reminder to return your response form as soon as possible.  Below is the
agenda for the afternoon of talks to be held in the Physics Department
Large Seminar Room::
2:00 PM   Welcome                     Steve Shapiro

2:10      Chalmers Frazer  (BNL and DOE-retired)
          Early Years At Westinghouse and Brookhaven

2:50      Larry Finger (Carnegie Institute – retired)
          NSLS X-13A (X-7A): The High-Resolution Revolution in Powder

3:00      Coffee Break

3:30      Tony Cheetham (University of California-Santa Barbara) 
          X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Studies of Zeolites

4:10      Art Sleight (Oregon State University
          Mixed Valency in Superconducting and Magnetic Perovskites."

7:00      Cocktails and Dinner at Berkner Hall

The cost, including dinner, will be $40/ person.  Please complete and
return the reply form (http://www.ill.fr/dif/Dave-Cox-Fest.html).  Checks
should be made payable to Brookhaven Science Associates and  sent to
Sharon.  After dinner, there will be time for informal and uncensored
comments about Dave’s life and his contributions to science.

We look forward to seeing you soon.  If there are any questions or we can
aid you in any way please contact us.

S. M. Shapiro                                 J. B Parise
Associate Chair, Physics Dept.                Professor
Brookhaven National Laboratory                Geoscience Department
SUNY-Stony Brook
Tel: (631) 344-3822                           Tel: (631)632-8196
e-mail: shapiro at bnl.gov                       e-mail:
jparise at notes.cc.sunysb.edu

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