Science & Engineering Series

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  Jan. 10, 2006

Margie Yu
Public Affairs Specialist 
(323) 343-3047



Cal State L.A. 
Office of Public Affairs 
(323) 343-3050 
Fax: (323) 343-6405

For immediate release:
Cal State L.A. Science and
Engineering Series

The Physics and Astronomy Department at California State University, Los Angeles introduces the Winter and Spring 2006 Science and Engineering Series. All lectures will be held Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m.

February 8 – Dr. Guo-Meng Zhao (Physics and Astronomy): “Evidence for Room Temperature Superconductivity in Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes.”

March 8 – Dr. Maj Dean Mirmirani (Mechanical Engineering): “Air-Breathing Hypersonic Flight Vehicles.”

April 12 – Dr. Helen Boussalis (Electrical and Computer Engineering): “Research Related to the Space Telescopes.”

May 10 – Dr. Amelia Russo-Neustadt (Biological Sciences): “How Exercise Can Improve Your Mind.”

Cal State L.A. Physical Sciences building, room 158. The University is located at the Eastern Ave. exit, San Bernardino (I-10) Fwy., at the interchange of 10 and 710 Fwys. Public (ticket dispenser) parking available in Lots C and G, or the upper level of Parking Structure II.

Free to the public. For more information, call the Cal State L.A. Department of Physics and Astronomy at (323) 343-2100.

Working for California since 1947: The 175-acre hilltop campus of California State University, Los Angeles is at the heart of a major metropolitan city, just five miles from Los Angeles’ civic and cultural center. More than 20,000 students and 185,000 alumni—with a wide variety of interests, ages and backgrounds--reflect the city’s dynamic mix of populations. Six colleges offer nationally recognized science, arts, business, criminal justice, engineering, nursing, education and humanities programs, among others, led by an award-winning faculty. Cal State L.A. is home to the critically-acclaimed Luckman Jazz Orchestra and to a unique university center for gifted students as young as 12. Among programs that provide exciting enrichment opportunities to students and community include an NEH- and Rockefeller-supported humanities center; a NASA-funded center for space research; and a growing forensic science program, to be housed in the Los Angeles Regional Crime Lab now under construction.

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