Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics
Brown Bag Seminar

About the Seminar

The Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics (LEP) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center conducts weekly science seminars. They are held on Fridays at noon in the Conference Room (Room 8) in Building 2 (map) at Goddard. The topics cover the interests of the Laboratory, including astrochemistry, interplanetary physics, planetary systems, planetary magnetospheres, and electrodynamics. Since the seminar is conducted during the lunch hour, the audience often brings their lunch, hence the moniker "brown bag seminar."

Have an Idea for a Speaker?

The seminar organizers are always appreciative of ideas for seminar speakers. Please contact them EARLY to avoid scheduling conflicts. Contact information is located below.


The current schedule for Spring 2000 is:

January 2000

February 2000

March 2000

April 2000

May 2000

June 2000

Space Physics Meetings

Year 2000

List of Federal Holidays - year 2000

Information for Speakers and Visitors

Speakers interested in speaking at the Brown Bag Seminar are encouraged to contact the organizer, currently Dimitris Vassiliadis (301-286-9060, The duration of the seminar is typically one hour. with questions asked during and after the seminar. The audience is usually diverse, including scientists with interests ranging throughout the heliosphere (see the Laboratory homepage for a list of interests).

How to get to and navigate within Goddard:

Other Seminar Web Sites

Webpage maintained by Dimitris Vassiliadis (