Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Interdisciplinary Instrumentation Colloquium Series
Date:  The last Wednesday of the month
Time:  12:00 - 1:00 PM (Bring your lunch, optional)
 Location:  Bldg. 50 AUDITORIUM

Professor Ernest Orlando Lawrence sitting at the control table of the 27-inch cyclotron. Photo taken in 1933 or 1934. (XBD200904-00157.TIF) 
The initial instrumentation colloquium series from 2006 can be found here

Front-line science builds on new ideas, but also relies on breakthrough instrumentation. Many activities in the Berkeley scientific community are directed towards developing advanced measurement techniques and instrumentation. Despite very disparate goals, some of these efforts share common problems and could benefit from sharing experience and expertise. As a first step in establishing a forum for information exchange and interdisciplinary collaboration in instrumentation research and development we are launching a monthly Interdisciplinary Instrumentation Colloquium.  We encourage participation from LBNL, UC Berkeley, Space Sciences Laboratory and collaborating institutions.