Judah Eisenberg Memorial Lecture

at the School of Physics and Astronomy
Tel Aviv University

2001 Prof. Sidney D. Drell
Stanford University
The Responsibility of Scientists
2002 Prof. Yuval Ne'eman
Tel Aviv University
Jews and the Physical Sciences, from Yehoshua B. Hananiah to the Two Abraham-Alberts
2003 Dr. Jean-Paul Blaizot
Saclay Research Center
Matter Under Extreme Conditions: From the Big Bang to High Energy Nuclear Collisions
2004
Prof. Gordon Baym
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Hanbury Brown and Twiss Intensity Interferometry: From Stars to Nuclear Collisions to Atoms          [abstract]
2005
Prof. Peter Lepage
Cornell University
The Fall and Rise of Lattice QCD: High-Precision Lattice QCD Confronts Experiment       [abstract]
2006
Prof. Stanley J. Brodsky
SLAC
Hadron Dynamics at the Amplitude Level
2007
Dr. Larry McLerran
Brookhaven National Laboratory
The Color Glass Condensate and Glasma [video]
2008
Prof. Horst Stöcker
J. W. Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main and GSI, Darmstadt
Hadron and Heavy Ion Physics at the International FAIR Facility
2009
Prof. Dam Thanh Son
University of Washington
Viscosity, quark-gluon plasma, and string theory
2010
Prof. Wolfram Weise
Technical University of Munich
Phases of strongly interacting matter: From nuclei to the quark-gluon plasma
2011
Prof. Berndt Mueller
Duke University
Some like it hot: Boiling the QCD vacuum at RHIC and LHC
2012
Prof. Itzhak Tserruya
Weizmann Institute of Science
The strongly interacting Quark-Gluon Plasma    [abstract]
2013
Prof. Krishna Rajagopal
MIT
The hottest—and most liquid—liquid in the Universe
2014
Prof. Gerald Gabrielse
Harvard University
The amazing electron and its moments: the most stringent tests of the Standard Model and its proposed extensions       [abstract]

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