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Prof. Jerome Karle marks AIT Nobel Laureates lecture series debut

24 Nov 2003
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Prof. Jerome Karle marks AIT Nobel Laureates lecture series debut


Prof. Jerome Karle (left), Nobel Laureate for Chemistry will lecture at AIT on Wednesday, November 26, 2003 marking the Nobel Laureates and eminent persons lecture series debut at AIT.

Prof. Karle will speak on ‘The Role of Science and Technology in The Quest for a World at Peace.’
Registration starts at 1:30 p.m. Prof. Jean-Louis Armand, AIT President will deliver a welcome address at 2:00 p.m. followed by an introduction of the speaker by Dr. Ajit Annachhatre and Dr. Edward Webb at 2:10 p.m. The lecture will begin at 2:20 p.m. in the AIT Conference Center Auditorium followed by a Q&A; session.

Prof. Karle’s research has been concerned with crystal structure analysis,
the diffraction theory and its application to the determination of atomic
arrangements in various states of aggregation. One of his concerns has been the
future of this planet and the need to protect its resources and its population
in a caring way.

Interested persons who would like to see Prof. Karle and talk more about his work or share their research efforts with him can join him at a reception after his lecture hosted in his honor in the AIT Conference Center Dining Hall. You can also view a live broadcast of the event at: http://www.dec.ait.ac.th/nobel

To book your seat, please email to: nittaya@ait.ac.th or call 02 524-6065 (Ms. Nittaya) or 02 524-5006 (Dean Anila Sadananda).

Developments and updated information of the lecture series program will be sent by email to staff, faculty and students.