MONDAY, JUNE 28TH

10:30 - 11:05

Lecture

Hannes Alfvén
How Space Research Changes our View of the Universe

11:05 - 11:40

Lecture

Nicolaas Bloembergen
Nonlinear Optics

11:40 - 12:15

Lecture

Paul Dirac
The Requirements of Fundamental Physical Theory

12:15 - 12:50

Lecture

Leo Esaki
Synthesized Semiconductor Superlattices

12:50 - 13:25

Lecture

Robert Wilson
Interstellar Molecular Clouds

TUESDAY, JUNE 29TH

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

Val Fitch
Aspects of CP-Violation

09:35 - 10:30

Lecture

Ivar Giaever
Growth of Mammalian Cells at Liquid Interfaces

10:30 - 11:05

Lecture

Robert Hofstadter
The Crystal Ball Experiment

11:05 - 11:40

Lecture

Brian Josephson
Intelligence: Mechanisms and Models

11:40 - 12:15

Lecture

Willis Lamb Jr.
On the Use and Misuse of Quantum Mechanics

12:15 - 12:50

Lecture

Tjalling Koopmans
Long Range Projections of Alternative Energy Futures

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30TH

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

James Meade
Stagflation

09:35 - 10:10

Lecture

Rudolf Mößbauer
The world is full of neutrinos (German presentation)

10:10 - 11:10

Lecture

Arno Penzias
The Isotopes of the Common Elements on the Earth and in the Galaxy

11:10 - 11:45

Lecture

Arthur Schawlow
Some Recent Advances in Laser Spectroscopy

11:45 - 12:20

Lecture

John Schrieffer
Fractional Charge, a Construct of Man or a Fact of Nature?

THURSDAY, JULY 1ST

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

Julian Schwinger
The Born Again Statistical Atom

09:35 - 10:10

Lecture

Kai Siegbahn
Electron Spectroscopy - A Link between Physics and Chemistry

10:10 - 11:10

Lecture

Samuel Ting
Quarks, Gluons and new Particles in Nature

11:10 - 11:45

Lecture

Steven Weinberg
Prospects for further unification in the theory of elementary particles

11:45 - 12:20

Lecture

Eugene Wigner
Die Quantenmechanische Bedeutung des Begriffes Realität

FRIDAY, JULY 2ND

08:00 - 18:00

Boat-Trip to the Isle of Mainau for Laureates and students