Ph.D. orals may be submitted on paper, by fax (725-0247) or online at stanford.report@forsythe. The deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday for the following issue.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
Wayne Alan Martin, electrical engineering, "Micromachined Tunable VCSELs for Wavelength Division Multiplexing," 11 a.m., CISX Auditorium.
THURSDAY, MAY 25
Fred Mancoff, materials science and engineering, "Materials Properties of NiMnSb and PtMnSb Thin Films for Half-Metallic Spin Transport Applications," 9:30 a.m., McCullough Building, Room 335.
Hong Liu, electrical engineering, "High Speed, Low Driving Voltage Vertical Cavity Modulators for Optical Interconnect and Communication," 2 p.m., CISX Auditorium.
TUESDAY, MAY 30
Stefania Benini, French and Italian, "Una Forza del Passato: L'Immaginario Medievale di Pier Paolo Pasolini," 2 p.m., Building 260, Room 216.
Celisa K. Date, electrical engineering, "Vertical Surrounding-Gate MOSFETs Incorporating SiGe Heterojunctions," 2 p.m., CISX Auditorium.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31
Katharine M. Flores, materials
science and engineering, "Fracture and Deformation of a Zirconium
Based Bulk Metallic Glass," 1:30 p.m., McCullough Building, Room