TESLA Colloquium

23-24 March 2001

Scientific Programm

On real time

(Video + synchronized transparencies)


Friday, March 23

1
Opening A. Wagner (DESY, Germany),
H. Schunck (BMBF, Germany)
2
Why do we need TESLA? M. Veltman (Univ. of Michigan, USA)
3
The X-ray FEL: Light for the New Millenium H. Dosch (MPI f. Metallforschung Stuttgard, Germany) (not yet submitted)
4
How do we build the TESLA Linear Collinder? R. Brinkmann (DESY, Germany)
5
The Challenge to build a Free Electron Laser for X-rays J. Rossbach (DESY, Germany)
6
TESLA as an International Project A. Wagner (DESY, Germany)

Saturday, March 24

7
From Hours to Femtoseconds: Time-Resolved Photo-Diffraction Probes of Chemical Reactions S. Teschert (MPI f. Biophysikalische Chemie, Goettingen, Germany)
8
Creating and Probing Extreme States of Matter with an X-Ray FEL R.W. Lee (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
9
Surfaces in a New Light R. Feidenhans'l (Riso National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark)
10
Structural Biology: The Fall of the Wall? J. Hajdu (Department of Biochemistry, Uppsala University, Sweden)
11
Challenging the Standard Model M. Winter (IReS Strasbourg, France)
12
The Origin of Mass: Hogs and Electroweak Symmetry Breaking M. Battaglia (CERN, Switzerland)
13
The way to Grand Unification H.-U. Martyn (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
14
Concluding Remarks A. Wagner (DESY, Germany)


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