[Neutron] Rosenfest Registration is NOW OPEN

Leilani Conradson leilani at lanl.gov
Fri Mar 18 00:49:32 CET 2011


The Rosenfest Lectures will be held May 19-20, 2011 at the historic  
Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Rosenfest will have a series  
of lectures in honor of Dr. Louis Rosen, the Father of the Los Alamos  
Neutron Science Center (LANSCE).

A free tour of LANSCE, open to the public, will be conducted the  
afternoon of May 20. Tour participation is limited. Apply for the  
LANSCE Tour NOW @ rosenfest.lanl.gov

Honoring the Past, Highlighting the Future

 From the Manhattan Project to MaRIE: Rosenfest will cover Dr.  
Rosen's early life, career, influence and scientific legacy from  
nuclear science to  international relations.  Lectures on the past,  
present, and future of LANSCE and its world-class research will be  
presented, including the Matter-Radiation Interactions in Extremes  
(MaRIE) experimental facility, LANL's proposed next-generation  
signature science complex.

Registration for Rosenfest Lectures includes the banquet on Thursday  
evening, May 19.

Register for Rosenfest: http://rosenfest.lanl.gov

Registration for the LANSCE Tour, May 20: NOW OPEN.  Tour  
participation is limited and registration may close without notice.

Registration for the Rosenfest Lectures including banquet, May 19:  
NOW OPEN.  Limited seats will open on a first-come basis.

Confirmed Speakers and Topics

		Pete Domenici, U.S. Senate (ret.), Louis Rosen and Washington  
(Banquet Speaker)

		Mike Anastasio, Director, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL),  
Welcoming Remarks

		John Hopkins, LANL (ret.) Louis Rosen’s Career from the Manhattan  
Project to the Bestowing of the E. O. Lawrence Award

		Erich Vogt, TRIUMF, Development of LAMPF and the Science of the  
Nuclear Physics Flagship Facility

		Bob Redwine, MIT, Impact of LAMPF on the U.S. University Community

		John Browne, LANL Director (ret.), LANSCE and the Shift to Neutrons  
for Stockpile Stewardship

		Paul Lisowski, Former LANSCE Director, LANSCE Applications

		Jim Bradbury, LANL (ret.) and University of New Mexico, Louis  
Rosen’s Involvement in International Relations

		Bernie Rosen, American University (ret.), Louis Rosen, the Family Man

		Kurt Schoenberg, Director, LANSCE, LANL and LANSCE, LANSCE in the  

		Rosen Prize Award Winner, TBD

		LANSCE Tour (registration required)

Dedication of Oppenheimer and Groves Statues

At Rosenfest the County of Los Alamos will dedicate  life-size bronze  
statues of Manhattan Project leaders Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer and  
General Leslie R. Groves. The statues were commissioned by Los Alamos  
County’s Art in Public Places and the LA Historical Society.

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