Who will be recognized with the next Nobel Prize in Physics?
Join Nobel Laureates and other distinguished members of the physical sciences community on Nobel-announcement Eve for an evening of food and drink, lively conversation, and games to test your luck as well as your knowledge of physics.
Monday, October 5, 2015
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The American Center for Physics
1 Physics Ellipse | College Park, MD 20740
RSVP by Wednesday, September 30
301-209-3006 or development [at] aip.org
Aprille J. Ericsson
First African-American woman to receive a Ph.D. in engineering from Howard University
Aerospace Engineer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
S. James Gates, Jr.
National Medal of Science Winner (2013)
University System of Maryland Regents Professor, John S. Toll Professor Physics,
and Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory
John C. Mather
Nobel Laureate (2006);
Senior Astrophysicist (Cosmology)
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
William D. Phillips
Nobel Laureate (1997)
Fellow, Joint Quantum Institute, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Professor of Physics, University of Maryland
Adam G. Riess
Nobel Laureate (2011)
Professor of Astronomy and Physics, John Hopkins University
Distinguished Astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute
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Admission: $100 per person (includes 2 raffle tickets)
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