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1 A Brief History of The First 48 Years: 1962 to 2010

2 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1960s…

3 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office W. K. H. Panofsky “Pief”

4 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1970s … SPEAR under construction

5 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1970s … November Revolution 11/11/1974 Burton Richter and Sam Ting shared Nobel Prize in Physics, 1976

6 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1970s … Martin Perl at 1995 Nobel Prize press conference at SLAC

7 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1970s … Steve Wozniak in SLAC for a BBC Interview about the Homebrew Computer Club …

8 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1980s … PEP Ground- breaking

9 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1980s … Burton Richter, Nobel Laureate, 2 nd Director of SLAC

10 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1990s Friedman, Kendall, Taylor Nobel Prize

11 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1990s … SLAC “Web Wizards”

12 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 1990s … Jonathan Dorfan becomes 3 rd Director

13 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s …

14 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s… Roger Blandford, KIPAC Director

15 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s… GLAST renamed Fermi Gamma- ray Space Telescope (FGST) in 2008 SPEAR3

16 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s… Number 8 “runner up” Breakthrough of the Year: SSRL research on the structure of water …

17 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s… Sidney Drell, SLAC Theorist and Deputy Director Emeritus

18 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2000s… Roger Kornberg, 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

19 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office 2007 W. K. H. Panofsky Persis Drell, 4th Director of SLAC Jonathan Dorfan, 3 rd Director, steps down

20 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office FGST Launch, June 11,2008 LCLS First Light !! April 11, 2009 SIMES “ ONE LAB ”

21 Jean Marie Deken SLAC Archives And History Office For more history… AHO: Videos: –SLAC: A Look BackSLAC: A Look Back construction highlights – 9 minutes –LCLS: A New EraLCLS: A New Era – 5 minutes Contact information –Jean Deken, x3091


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