MONDAY, JUNE 27TH

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
Newton and Michelangelo

10:30 - 11:20

Lecture

Klaus von Klitzing
Single electron phenomena in microstructured semiconductors

TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH

09:35 - 10:10

Lecture

Willis Lamb Jr.
Suppose that Newton had discovered Schrödinger`s equation in the 1660`s

10:10 - 11:00

Lecture

Leo Esaki
Do-it-yourself quantum mechanics in semiconductor

11:00 - 11:35

Lecture

Jerome Friedman
Lepton scattering evidence for the reality of quarks structures

11:20 - 12:15

Lecture

Ivar Giaever
How to Start a High-Tech-Business

11:35 - 12:10

Lecture

Richard Taylor
Electron-proton-scattering in the nineties

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

Norman Ramsey
Time and the physical universe

09:35 - 10:10

Lecture

Murray Gell-Mann
Simplicity, complexity and complex adaptive systems

10:10 - 11:00

Lecture

Nicolaas Bloembergen
Nonlinear Optics: A Historical Perspective

11:00 - 11:35

Lecture

Nikolai Basov
lasers and new energetics

11:35 - 12:10

Lecture

Samuel Ting
Search for Antimatter

THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH

09:00 - 09:35

Lecture

Sheldon Glashow
Future of fundamental research in physics

09:35 - 10:10

Lecture

Tsung-Dao Lee
Are composites of elementary particles elementary particles?

10:10 - 11:00

Lecture

Rudolf Mössbauer
Characteristics of Neutrinos

11:00 - 11:35

Lecture

Melvin Schwartz
The high energy and nuclear physics programs and prospects at Brookhaven

11:35 - 12:10

Lecture

Johann Deisenhofer
Portrait of an unusual protein molecule: ribonuclease inhibitor from pork`s liver

FRIDAY, JULY 1ST

08:00 - 18:00

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