Year Speaker
1998 Harry Lipkin
1999

Barbara Jacak

Alejandro Garcia

2000

Eric Norman, UC Berkeley

Michael Thoennessen, Michigan State Univ.

2001

Michael Thoenness, Michigan State Univ.
New Physics with the Rare Isotope Accelerator

Baha Balentekin, Univ. of Wisconsin
Weak Interaction Physics, Astrophysics, Neutrinos, and the Recent Underground Laboratory Initiatives

2002

Betsy Beise, Univ. of Maryland
Electron Scattering & Nuclear Structure

David Hertzog, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Is there a crack in the Standard Model? A sensitive test with muons

2003

Filomena Nunes, Michigan State Univ.
Halo nuclei: A hot topic in nuclear physics

Con Beausang, Yale Univ.
How to make nuclei rotate really fast

Being a Women Nuclear Scientist: Options after a Ph.D. (Panel Discussion)

2004

Naomi Makins, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State Univ.
Rare Isotopes in Cosmic Explosions and in Accelerators on Earth

2005

Rebecca Surman, Union College
The Ashes of Gamma Ray Bursts

Hirokazu Tamura, Tohoku Univ.
Introduction to Strangeness Nuclear Physics

2006

Jolie Cizewski, RUTGERS
Magic Numbers of Maria Goeppert Mayer

Brant Johnson, Brookhaven National Lab.
Discovering the Perfect Fluid at RHIC

2007

Noemie Koller, RUTGERS

Jerry Gilfoyle, Univ. of Richmond

CEU 10th Anniversary Mini-symposium

2008 Sherry Yennello, Texas A&M
2009

Libby McCutchan, Argonne National Laboratory
From light nuclei, to nuclear matter, to neutron stars: A bottom's up approach

Matthias Grosse Perdekamp, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
The quark and gluon structure of the proton and the origin of its spin

2010

Mirela Featea, Univ. of Richmond
Nature's Secret - Symmetries and Atomic Nuclei Shapes

Michael Weischer, Univ. of Notre Dame
The Origin of Elements, the Engine of Stars

2011

Jo Ressler, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Turning the Wheel: Nuclear Data for Applications

Sean Liddick, Michigan State Univ.
Probing the Edges of the Chart of Nuclides with Zeptomoles of Atoms

2012

Ani Aprahamian, Univ. of Notre Dame
How and where are the elements heavier than Iron made?

Con Beausang, Univ. of Richmond

2013

Kate Jones, Univ. of Tennessee
A Touch of Magic - Nuclear Structure around 132Sn Investigated with Transfer Reactions

Michael Thoennessen, Michigan State Univ.
Bright future for Nuclear Physics: FRIB

2014

Rebecca Surman, Univ. of Notre Dame
Astrophysical alchemy: creating heavy elements in stellar explosions and collisions

Paul Gueye, Hampton Univ.
Our Strange Universe: Quarks and Human Evolution in Nuclear Physics

Takashi Nakamura, Tokyo Institute of Tech.
How Neutron-Rich Can it Be?

2015

Shea Mosby (CEU06), Los Alamos National Lab.
Bridging the gap: Fundamental science in an application-driven world

Daniel Cebra, UC Davis
Exploring the Phase Diagram of QCD Matter

2016

Heather Crawford, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Gamma-ray spectroscopy in Nuclear Science

Kate Scholberg, Duke Univ. Slides
Neutrinos from the Sky and Through the Earth Slides

2017

Kelly Chipps, Oak Ridge National Lab
From Spins to Stars Slides

Fatiha Benmokhtar, Duquesne Univ.
Probing the Atomic Nucleus Slides

CEU Alumni Plenary Session
   David Gross - Nobel Laureate Abstract
   Michael L. Miller (CEU98) Abstract
   Christine Aidala (CEU98) Abstract
   Calem Hoffman (CEU01) Abstract

Mini-Symposium on the CEU 20th Anniversary
   Tanja Horn (CEU00) Abstract
   Marie Blatnik (CEU12, CEU13) Abstract
   Karl Smith (CEU06) Abstract
   Prajwal Mohanmurthy (CEU10, CEU11, CEU12) Abstract
   M.P. Kuchera (CEU04, CEU06) Abstract
   Michael Sarahan (CEU04) Abstract

2018

Reina Maruyama, Yale University
Neutrinos and Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Slides

Brad Sherrill, Michigan State University/NSCL
How Many Kinds of Atoms are Possible in Nature? Slides

2019

Ania Kwiatkowski, TRIUMF
High-precision nuclear experiments using ion traps

Bob McKeown, JLab
Nuclear Physics at Jefferson Lab: From Quarks to Neutron Stars