Recent Past Lectures

Lectures were not held in the first three months of 2019 as a direct or indirect result of the lapse in appropriations.

July 9, 2019: The Lunar Landing Research Facility: A Simulator of “Gantry” Proportions by Lisa Jones

June 4, 2019: The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail–but Some Don’t by Nate Silver (video within Langley firewall only.)

May 7, 2019: The Expert Witness – Bringing Science into the Legal System by William Woodruff (video within Langley firewall only.)

April 9, 2019: The Role of UAS in Atmospheric Science by Phillip B. Chilson (video within Langley firewall only.)

November 6, 2018: Designing for Longevity by Alexander Rose (video within Langley firewall only.)

October 9, 2018: The Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment: A NASA Langley Legacy by Robert Damadeo and Charles Hill (video within Langley firewall only.)

Viewing Past Lectures

Video recordings are currently made of all Colloquium Lectures, and many of the past lectures were also recorded (DVD, VHS, Beta, or audio cassette). These recordings can be borrowed, by employees and contractors of NASA Langley Research Center only, from Langley’s Technical Library (x42356). Since December 2013, online versions of the lectures are also made available within the NASA Langley firewall. Additional past lectures are being added to this collection as time permits. The Colloquium Committee is not responsible for the choice of which lectures to include in the on-line collection.

list of past colloquium lectures is available to help you select which lectures you’d like to catch up on. Note that these lectures are the intellectual property of the individual speakers and may not be copied, distributed, or used for any purpose other than personal viewing.