A Celebration honoring Burton Richter took place at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center on Friday, January 21, 2000. This event covered his early days at MIT and Stanford, his science in experimental particle physics, his leadership in accelerator technologies, his career as a Laboratory Director and his influence on the academic, the national, and the international scenes.
The talks were video taped and transfered to web. You can be view them using RealPlayer v.5 or RealPlayer G2, by clicking on the appropriate icon.
RealPlayer V. 5 G2 Welcome (Jonathan Dorfan) Burton's MIT Years (Louis Osborne) Early Work at Stanford (Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky) SPEAR/MARK I (John Rees) November Revolution (Haim Harari) Mark II (James Siegrist) Next Linear Collider (Gustav-Adolph Voss) Stanford Linear Collider (Nan Phinney) Burton Richter and SSRL (Arthur Bienenstock) Burton Richter at the University (Gerhard Casper) Burton Richter and the Office of Science (Martha Krebs) Burton Richter and the HEP Division (John O'Fallon) Burton Richter on the International Scene (Luciano Maiani) Burton Richter Responds and Final Remarks