Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2002/2003

                                          All seminars are held at 4 p.m. in 469 Lauritsen unless otherwise noted.


October 7, 2002

Michael Graesser, Caltech, Why PCT Might be Exact.

October 14, 2002

            Maxim Perelstein, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Domain Walls as Dark Energy.
October 21, 2002

            Mark Wise, Caltech, Determination of V_{ub} from inclusive semileptonic B decay.

October 28, 2002

            Christian Bauer,  UCSD  Factorization in B decays.

November 4, 2002

            Susan Gardner, University of Kentucky, Direct CP Violation in Untagged B-Meson Decays

November 11, 2002

            NO SEMINAR

November 18, 2002

            Walter Goldberger, LBL, Warped GUTs

November  26, 2002* (NOTE: DATE CHANGE)

            Stephen Hsu, Oregon University, Color-Superconductivity and the Fermi Surface in Quark Matter

December 2, 2002

Christopher Mauger, Caltech, Neutral Current pi0 Production in K2K and Super-Kamiokande

December 9, 2002

            Carlos Wagner, Argonne National Lab, Precision Electroweak Data and Unification of Couplings


January 13, 2003
            SEMINAR POSTPONED - CHECK WEBSITE FOR SPRING DATE
             Tanmay Vachaspati,
Case Western Reserve University, A Dual Description of the Standard Model
January 20, 2003
             Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday
January 27, 2003
              Liantao Wang , University of Wisconsin, Madison, Little Higgs Phenomenology
February 3, 2003
              Alex Friedland, Los Alamos, Physics of Neutrino-induced Neutrino Refraction
February 10, 2003
              Hai Zheng,  Caltech,  Search for Large Extra Dimensions in the Jet + Missing Et Final State at D0
February 17, 2003
              President's Day holiday
February 24, 2003
             Andre de Gouvea, Fermilab, Neutrinos Have Mass - So What?

March 3, 2003
             Tom Mehen, Duke University, SCET: Reparametrization Invariance and Resummmation
              for Quarkonium Production

March 10, 2003
             Thomas G. Rizzo, SLAC, Phenomenology Beyond the Randall-Sundrum Model

March 17, 2003
               Daniel Marlow, Princeton, Recent Results on CP Violations from Belle


March 31, 2003
            Robert McKeown, Caltech, First Results from KamLAND
April 7, 2003
            Tao Han,  University of Wisconsin, Madison, String resonances as TeV scale new physics
April 14, 2003
            Jonathan Feng, UC Irvine, WIMPs and superWIMPs
April 21, 2003
            Gustavo Burdman, LBL, Gauge-Yukawa Unification in Higher Dimensions
April 28, 2003
            Kirill Tuchin,  University of Washington, Hierarchy of scales in QCD at high partonic density
May 5, 2003

            Tanmay Vachaspati, Case Western Reserve University, A Dual Description of the Standard Model
May 12, 2003
            Eric Braaten, Ohio State, An Infrared Renormalization Group Limit Cycle in QCD

May 19, 2003
            NO SEMINAR
May 26, 2003
            Memorial Day holiday
June 2, 2003
           Martin Savage, University of Washington, Baryons in PQQCD


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