Spring 2013 Seminar Schedule

Unless indicated otherwise:

Medium & High Energy seminars are held Mondays at 1:00 p.m. in Room 464 Loomis.

When Speaker Institution Title
January 28  Michal Tarka    Search for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay with the GERDA Experiment
February 11  Tuhin Roy  University of Washington  New Horizons in Jet Substructure and Boosted Physics at the LHC
February 18 Brock Tweedie  Boston University  New Twists in Top Quark Spin Physics
February 25  Andrey Katz  Jefferson Physical Laboratory / Harvard University  R-Parity Violating Supersymmetry and its LHC Signals
Friday
March 1
11:00 a.m.
 Brian Batell  University of Chicago / Enrico Fermi Institute  Higgs Boson vs. New Physics
March 4  Julia (Jessie) Shelton  Harvard University  Hunting Asymmetric Stops
Thursday
March 7
 Ruth Britto  Institut de Physique Theorique / CEA-Saclay  Constructing Scattering Amplitudes
April 1  Jason Clark  Argonne National Laboratory  Producing, Trapping, and Studying Radioactive Ions
April 15  Prof. Chris Neu  University of Virginia  The Interplay Between the Top Quark and the Higgs Boson: How a Discovery from a Generation Ago Can Help Us Understand the Latest Breakthrough in Particle Physics
April 22  Joe Grange  University of Florida  Neutrino and Anti-Neutrino Cross-Section Results from MiniBooNE
Thursday
April 25
 Ben Loer  Fermilab  Tantalizing Hints from CDMS-II Silicon Detectors
April 29  Jiajie Ling  Brookhaven National Laboratory  Precise Measurement of Electron Anti-Neutrino Disappearance at Daya Bay Experiment and Beyond
Tuesday
April 30
 Tim Gorringe  University of Kentucky  Precision Measurements of the Positive Muon Lifetime