Ph.D. orals may be submitted on paper, by fax (725-0247) or online (stanford.report@forsythe). The deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday for the following issue.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
Lisa V. Goodrich, neurosciences, "The Role of Patched-in Neural Development and Disease," 1 p.m., Munzer Auditorium, Beckman Center.
Robert J. Gleixner, materials science and engineering, "Modeling Electromigration and Stress-Induced Void Formation in Microelectronic Interconnects," 3 p.m., Building 550, Room 550A.
THURSDAY, MARCH 12
Melissa McCullough Wittmeier, French and Italian, "Delphine Gay de Girardin: A New Perspective on the July Monarchy," 1 p.m., Building 260, Room 121.
William Behrman, scientific computing and computational mathematics, "An Efficient Gradient Flow Method for Unconstrained Optimization," 10 a.m., Gates Building, Room 104.
FRIDAY, MARCH 13
Eric Perozziello, electrical engineering, "Non-Equilibrium Dopant Diffusion in Silicon," 2:30 p.m., CISX Auditorium.
MONDAY, MARCH 16
Tad Hofmeister, electrical
engineering, "Distributed Slot Synchronization: A Network-wide
Synchronization Technique for Packet-Switched Optical Networks," 2
p.m., Durand Building, Room 450.