KIHA Filming Bill Koch

January 28

9:00am - 10:00am

Engineering & Computer Science, Room 510, Event Space

Join KIHA on Monday, January 28, 2019, when KIHA films
Dr. H. William Koch sharing his work on the Manhattan Project. This event will take place in the ECS 5th Floor Event Space. KIHA hosted Dr. Koch the evening of December 7, 2018 to a packed event space. He enthralled the audience with his lecture, so we are bringing him back to present again. This time the lecture is open to the public. Students of all disciplines will enjoy hearing this lecture on history, physics, World War II and atomic weapons.

The Manhattan Project began in 1942 and resulted in production of the atomic bombs that were dropped in August 1945 on Hiroshima and Nagasaki bringing World War II to an end. Dr. Koch’s involvement with the Manhattan Project is an intriguing story. He presents a living history of the development of nuclear weapons. Come hear firsthand this fascinating story of Dr. Koch’s research in physics.

Please RSVP here. For more information, please contact Mary Cullen | [email protected] | 303.871.6686