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Here are some of my talks

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The files below are powerpoint or pdf. They are big, typically 2 to 10 MB
Help viewing powerpoint files


Talks at Conferences:

John Goree
American Physical Society April Meeting
Washington D.C. April 2001
“Waves in a 2-D Plasma Crystal”

V. Nosenko, S. Nunomura, J. Goree
American Physical Society March Meeting
Seattle, WA March 2001
“2D Yukawa triangular lattice: linear and nonlinear experiments”

V. Nosenko, J. Goree, Z.W. Ma, and D.H.E. Dubin
54th Gaseous Electronics Conference
State College, Pennsyvlania Oct. 2001
“Compressional and Shear Wakes in a 2D Dusty Plasma Crystal”

J. Goree
AIAA - International Space Station Utilization Conference Cape Canaveral, Florida Oct. 2001
"International Microgravity Plasma Facility - Physics"

T. Stuffler, J. Burfeindt, R. Seurig, R. Castegini, J. Goree
AIAA - International Space Station Utilization Conference Cape Canaveral, Florida Oct. 2001
"International Microgravity Plasma Facility - Engineering"

J. Goree
NASA 6th Fluid Physics Microgravity Conference
Cleveland, Ohio Aug. 2002
"Optically-Excited Waves in a 3D Dusty Plasma"
(file contains links to videos that are not on this server)

J. Goree
International Conference on Strongly Coupled Coulomb Systems
Santa Fe, NM Sept. 2002
"Waves in a 2D Dusty Plasma Crystal"
(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

B. Liu, John Goree and K. Avinash
10th Workshop on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands June 2003
"Transverse optical mode in a one-dimensional chain"
(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

J. Goree
Non-neutral plasma workshop 2003, Santa Fe, NM Jul 2003
"Transverse optical mode in a one-dimensional Yukawa chain"

(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

J. Goree and B. Liu
APS March Meeting 2005
"Phonon spectrum measured in a 1D Yukawa chain"

(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

J. Goree
Dust in Fusion Plasmas Workshop, Napa CA, 5 April 2005
"Review of dust formation, charging & transport"

(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

V. Nosenko, J. Goree and T Flanagan
NASA Advanced Extra Vehicular Activity - Environmental Protection - Dust Mitigation Technology Focus Group Workshop, Golden CO, 18 May 2005
Dust Mitigation Schemes

J. Goree
Dusty plasmas in basic science, astronomy, industry & fusion
University of Wisconsin plasma seminar, 12 September 2005
(file contains links to videos that are not on this server, other video files are here)

Outreach:

J. Goree
Family Science Adventure (this is a talk for children)
Iowa City, 2001
"Why astronauts don't feel gravity in space"

 

"These pint-sized science fans are attending Family Adventures in Science, a free educational series, offered from 4 to 5 p.m. Saturdays through May 5 in 70 VAN. Here, John Goree, professor of physics and astronomy, uses a vacuum chamber to demonstrate that in the absence of air, a feather will drop as fast as a penny."
FYI Faculty & Staff News, April 20, 2001

Service:

October 2002
Slides for graduate recruiting talks (15 MB)


Talks by other group members

 


Video files:

Some of the video files for the powerpoint files above can be found in this directory.


Help:

How to view these talks:

  • Files with a .ppt suffix are powerpoint files.
  • Using IE5 or a similar browser, try just clicking on the links to open the powerpoint files directly in your browser window (this will work if you have powerpoint). You can use your keyboard's "page down" button to advance through the talk, including the animation, just the way I would in a talk.
  • If the above doesn't work for you, then try clicking http://dusty.physics.uiowa.edu/~goree/talks where you will see a file directory; try to download the file you want, for example using a right-mouse-click on the file name, saving it onto your hard disk where you can open it using powerpoint.
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