AAS 206th Meeting, 29 May - 2 June 2005
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Session 31. Highlights in Laboratory Astrophysics

Topical Session, Wednesday, 8:30-10:00am, 10:45am-12:30pm, 2:30-4:00pm, 4:15-6:00pm, June 1, 2005, 102 D

Associated Posters in Session 32.
31.01 A Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer for VUV Laboratory Astrophysics
J. E. Lawler, F. L. Roesler (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison WI 53706), J. Harlander (St. Cloud State Univ., St. Cloud, MN 56301)
31.02 Laboratory Atomic Spectroscopy and Galactic Chemical Evolution
C. Sneden (U. Texas)
31.03 Collisions of Electrons with Atoms and Ions of Astrophysical Interest
S. Tayal (Clark Atlanta University)
31.04 Highly Charged Ion Collisions in the Laboratory
A. Chutjian (Jet Propulsion Laboratory and California Institute of Technology)
31.05 Atomic Transition Probabilities
D. C. Morton (National Research Council, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics)
31.06 Cloudy, Numberical Simulations of Non-equilibrium Plasmas and their Spectra
G.J. Ferland (University of Kentucky)
31.07 Pressure-broadened Alkali Resonance Lines as Diagnostics in Brown Dwarfs and Extra-solar Planets
K. Kirby, J. Babb, C. Zhu, R. Santra, A. Dalgarno (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
31.08 Interstellar PAH Analogs in the Laboratory - Comparison with Astronomical Data
F. Salama (NASA Ames Research Center)
31.09 Nanoparticles in the Red Rectangle: A Challenge to Laboratory Astrophysics
A. N. Witt, U. P. Vijh (University of Toledo)
31.10 Status of the Diffuse Interstellar Band Problem
B. J. McCall (UIUC), T. Fishman (U. Chicago), S. D. Friedman (STScI), L. M. Hobbs (Yerkes), T. Oka (U. Chicago), B. L. Rachford (Carleton), T. P. Snow (Colorado), P. Sonnentrucker (JHU), J. A. Thorburn (Yerkes), D. E. Welty, D. G. York (U. Chicago)
31.11 Developing Chirped CARS Spectromicroscopy for studying STARDUST Particles
R. J. Saykally (University of California, Berkeley)
31.12 Laser Spectroscopy of Si3C
J.F. Stanton, H.D. Gupta (University of Texas), P. Theule, J. Dudek, M.C. Mc Carthy, P. Thaddeus (Harvard University)
31.13 The Herschel Mission
T.G. Phillips (Caltech)
31.14 Millimeter and Sub-Millimeter Spectroscopy: The Impact for Astronomy and Astrophysics
L. M. Ziurys (The University of Arizona)
31.15 Laboratory Kinetics of Chemical Reactions occurring in Astrophysical Environments
N.G. Adams, L.M. Babcock (University of Georgia)
31.16 Carbon Monoxide Photochemistry
S.R. Federman (UToledo)
31.17 Chemical Models of Molecular Clouds
E.A. Bergin (University of Michigan)
31.18 Applications of Atomic Data in X-ray Astronomy
N. S. Brickhouse (CfA)
31.19 Dielectronic Recombination
D. W. Savin (Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory)
31.20 Cataloguing Diagnostic Spectral Lines in the Extreme Ultraviolet
P. Beiersdorfer (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
31.21 New Charge Exchange Calculations for Lowly-Charged Ions
P. C. Stancil (University of Georgia)
31.22 Measurements of Electron-Impact Ionization Relevant for Astrophysics
M. E. Bannister (ORNL)
31.23 Dielectronic Recombination, Photoionization and Opacities
N. R. Badnell (University of Strathclyde, UK)
31.24 Photoioinzation Modeling using Xstar
T. Kallman (LHEA, NASA/GSFC)
31.25 Laboratory Astrophysics
A. Dalgarno (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)

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