- Memories of Julian: A Celebration of the Centennial of the Birth of Julian Schwinger: Panel discussion, moderated by Prof. Howard Georgi, with Walter Gilbert (Harvard), Sheldon Glashow (Boston University), Roy Glauber (Harvard), and Daniel Kleitman (MIT). For more information, please see the announcement.
- 60 Years of CERN: Panel Discussion with Masahiro Morii, Melissa Franklin, John Huth, Cumrun Vafa, Matthew Schwartz, 10/23/14
Special Condensed Matter Seminar, 12/10/12
Ali Yazdani, Visualizing and Manipulating Topological Quantum States in Novel Materials and Nanostructures
Special Physics Colloquium, 11/20/12
David Goldhaber-Gordon, Model Many-Body Systems Based on Quantum Dots
Special Physics Colloquium, 11/09/12
Yoichi Ando, Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
Center for Ultracold Atoms Seminar in Honor of Norman Ramsey,10/13/09
Part I: E. Norval Fortston, A Permanent Electric Dipole Moment: The Quest Continues
Part II: David Wineland, Microwave Masers to Optical Clocks - Perspectives on Five Decades
John Huth, First Beam in the Large Hadron Collider
Harvard Physics Public Lecture Series, 9/10/08.
- Lene Hau's 1999 lecture Bose-Einstein Condensation and Light Speeds of 38 miles/hour
- Robert Pound's 1991 Lee Historical Lecture: Weighing Photons-The Story of an Experiment
Professor Sidney R. Coleman Videos
S. R. Coleman, Physics 253: Quantum Field Theory.
Recordings of lectures for Harvard graduate course Quantum Field Theory, given by Prof. Coleman during the 1975-1976 academic year.
- S. R. Coleman, Quantum Mechanics in Your Face. A lecture given by Sidney Coleman at the New England sectional meeting of the American Physical Society (Apr. 9, 1994).
S. R. Coleman, Paul Horowitz, Edward M. Purcell, and Isaac F. Silvera, Music of the Protons.
An experiment demonstration for Physics 12b (1983/84?).
- QFT & QCD: Past, Present, and Future. SidneyFest 2005. A recording of the event which honored Professor Sidney Coleman. The event took place at the Harvard University Physics department on March 18-19, 2005. Included are the lectures by Murray Gell-Mann, Gerard 't Hooft, Steven Weinberg, and many other distinguished physicist.