Presentations

Presentations
Invited Conference Presentations:
 J. Peatross, S. Glasgow, and M. Ware, SingleElectron Light Scattering in an Intense Laser Focus, 16th Annual International Laser Physics Workshop (Barcelona Spain, July 2009).
 S. Glasgow, J. Peatross, C. Broadbent, and M. Clayton, Reversible and Irreversible Processes in Dispersive/Dissipative Media: ElectroMagnetic Free Energy and Heat Production, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Miniprogram on Quantum Optics (Santa Barbara, CA, July 2002).
http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/qo02/glasgow/
 J. Peatross, S. Glasgow, and M. Ware, The Role of the Instantaneous Spectrum in the Behavior of Linear Dielectrics. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Miniprogram on Quantum Optics (Santa Barbara, CA, July 2002).
http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/qo02/peatross/
 M. Agrotis, Nicholas Ercolani and Scott Glasgow , The Lax Pair and Backlund
Transformation for a Set of Nonlinear Optical Equations, 10th International
Conference in MOdern GRoup Analysis (MOGRA X), Larnaca, Cypress, (October 28,
2004)
Contributed Conference Presentations:
 E. Cunningham, J. Johansen, M. Mendoza, S. Glasgow, and J. Peatross, Bohmian Trajectories for an Electron in a Relativistic Laser Field, Super Intense LaserAtom Physics (SILAP), (Zion National Park, Utah, Sept. 2009).
 S. Glasgow, M. Ware, Free Energies of Dielectrics and Pulse Propagation, Slow and Fast Light Topical Meeting, Honolulu, HI, (July 2009).
 M. Agrotis, Nicholas Ercolani and Scott Glasgow, The Lax Pair and Backlund Transformation for a Set of Nonlinear Optical Equations, 10th International Conference in MOdern GRoup Analysis (MOGRA X), Larnaca, Cypress, (October 28, 2004).
 S.A. Glasgow, J. Peatross, M. Ware, C. Broadbent, Thermodynamics of Dispersive Media, Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science XX, Rochester, New York, (October 12, 2004).
 J. Peatross, S. Glasgow, and M. Ware, Group Velocity and the Propagation of Broadband Pulses, 33rd Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics, (Snowbird, Utah, January 2003).
 G.R. Hovhannisyan, S. Glasgow, and M. TerMikayelyan, Error estimates for approximate solutions of systems of differential equations and applications to 2level atoms in an external electromagnetic field, Joint Mathematics Meetings (Baltimore, MD, January 1518 2003).
 M. Meilstrup, G. Hovhannisyan, S. Glasgow, C. Broadbent, J. Peatross, M. Clayton, Optimal Energy Recovery in Linear Absorbing Media, American Physical Society’s Four Corners Section Meeting, (Oct. 2002).
 C. Broadbent, J. Peatross, M. Meilstrup, G. Hovhannisyan, S. Glasgow, M. Clayton, Separation of free energy and loss in absorbing media, American Physical Society’s Four Corners Section Meeting, (Oct. 2002).
 C. Broadbent, G. Hovhannisyan, M. Clayton, J. Peatross, and S. Glasgow, Reversible and Irreversible Processes in Dispersive/Dissipative Media: ElectroMagnetic Free Energy and Heat Production, UWSP 6, Plenum, pp. 131142, (Annapolis, MD, June 2002).
 M. Ware, S. Glasgow and J. Peatrossm Group Delay Context for Broadband Pulses, in Proc. of UWSP 6, Plenum, pp. 110, (Annapolis, MD, June 2002).
 J. Peatross, S. A. Glasgow, and M. Ware, Group Velocity and the Exchange of Energy in Linear Dielectrics, 10th Annual International Laser Physics Workshop (Moscow, Russia, July 2001).
 J. Peatross, S. A. Glasgow, and M. Ware, A Broader Context for Group Velocity than in Traditional Pedagogy, Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference (OSA/ILS XVI), (Providence, RI, Oct. 2000).
 M. Ware, S. A. Glasgow, and J. Peatross, Group Velocity for Wideband Pulses, Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference (OSA/ILS XVI), (Providence, RI, Oct. 2000).
 M. Ware, S. A. Glasgow, J. Peatross, Energy Transport Velocity and the Impression of Superluminal Pulse Propagation, American Physical Society (APS), Four Corners Section, Fall Meeting (Fort Collins, Colorado, Oct. 2000).
 J. Peatross, W. E. Dibble, S. A. Glasgow, and M. Ware, Energy Propagation of Broadband Light Pulses in Dispersive Systems, Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference (OSA/ILS XV), (Santa Clara, CA, Sept. 1999).
 S. Glasgow, The Lie Algebra Generated by Dispersion and Advection in KdV, Utah State University’s First Workshop on Formal Geometry and Mathematical Physics (May 1999).
(Invited) Colloquia and Seminars:
 S.A. Glasgow, S. Taylor, Večeř ‘s theorem and the last Lie Point Symmetry of the Asian Option PDE, Risk Seminar, Columbia University, (Jan 2009).
 S. A Glasgow, Energy transport in dispersive media, The Mathematical Biology, Computational Sciences, and Dynamical Systems Seminar, BYU, (Sep. 2004).
 S. A Glasgow, Reversible and irreversible processes in dispersive/dissipative media: electromagnetic free energy and heat production, BYU Physics Theory Group Seminar (Sep. 2002).
 S. A Glasgow, G. Hovhannisyan, M. Clayton, J. Peatross, C. Broadbent, B. Webb, Free Energy & Heat in Linear Dielectrics: Homographic Transformations of the Plane, Continued Fractions, Quadratic Forms and Lyapunov Functions, University of Arizona’s Complex Systems Seminar, Dept. of Physics (Oct. 2001).
 J. Peatross, S. Glasgow, M. Ware, Group Velocity and the Exchange of Energy in Linear Dielectrics, University of Arkansas, Dept. of Physics (Nov. 2001).
 J. Peatross, S. Glasgow, M. Ware, Group Velocity and the Exchange of Energy in Linear Dielectrics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Theory Group: Invitation by Peter Milonni (April 2001).
 M. Ware, S. Glasgow, J. Peatross, Gruppengeschwindigkeit and the Homer Simpson Effect: How Optical Pulses Propagate in Dispersive Media, BYU Physics Colloquium (Mar. 2001).
 J. Peatross and S. Glasgow, The Final Word on Group Velocity, BYU Physics Theory Group Seminar (Jan. 2000).
 S. Glasgow and J. Peatross, Getting a Grip on FasterthanLight Phenomena, BYU Math Seminar (Sept. 1999).
Invited Workshops:
Invitation and funding to attend and speak (same title as for the UWB SP6 contribution below) at the threeweek workshop in the general area of slow light, stopped light, and fast light at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, 826 July 2002.


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