Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2005-2006

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

October 3, 2005

Chang Kee Jung, SUNY at Stony Brook, The UNO and HUSEP Projects  PDF

October 10, 2005

            Gil Paz, Cornell, An Inclusive Look at Charmless Inclusive B Decays
October 17, 2005

            Ben Grinstein,  UC  San  Diego, Minimal Lepton Flavor Violation

October 24, 2005

            David Stuart, UC Santa Barbara,  Results from  CDF PPT

October 31, 2005
             Alan Weinstein, Caltech, Results from LIGO PDF
November 7, 2005

            Boris  Kayser, Fermi  National  Accelerator Laboratory,  A Theorist's View on the Experimental Options for Measuring theta_13 and delta PDF

November 11, 2005 - Special Friday Seminar @ 3pm
            Andrew Blechman, Johns Hopkins University, Phenomenology of  Flavor Violation in RS Models         

November 14, 2005
Linda Carpenter, Johns Hopkins University, SUSY Breaking: Minimal Deflected Anomaly Mediation

November 21, 2005

            Can  Kilic,  Harvard,  LHC  Olympics, a theorist's adventures in collider physics

November 28, 2005
John Harton, Colorado State University, Results from the Pierre Auger Observatory PDF
December 2, 2005 - Special Friday Seminar @3pm

             Xavier Calmet, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Gauge theories and gravity on noncommutative spacetime

December 5, 2005
             Tom Browder, University of Hawaii, Results from Belle (and Plans for the Future) PPT

Winter Recess

January 9, 2006
            Erich Varnes, University of Arizona, Results from D0 PDF
January 16, 2006
             Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday

January 18, 2006 - Special HEP seminar
              Mikhail Shaposhnikov, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Neutrinos, Dark Matter and Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe

January 23, 2006
            Gouranga Nayak, SUNY Stony Brook, Fragmentation and factorization in heavy quarkonium production
January 30, 2006
            Tor O. Raubenheimer, SLAC & Stanford, The International Linear Collider Accelerator Project PDF
February 6, 2006
            Guy F. de Téramond, SLAC & Univ. of Costa Rica, Holographic Construction of States, Form Factors, and the Hadron Spectrum in AdS/QCD PDF
February 13, 2006          
             Lisa Randall, Harvard University, Relaxing to Three  Dimensions

February 20, 2006
             President's Day Holiday           
February 27, 2006
            Chris Quigg, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, The Double Simplex .mov link

*March 6, 2006 - 3pm, 269 Lauritsen - time and location change
            J. Anthony Tyson,   UC Davis, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and the  LSST  Project PDF
March 13, 2006
             Sam Waldman, LIGO Lab, Caltech Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay PDF

Spring Recess

March 27, 2006

             Laurence Yaffe, University of Washington, Heavy Quarks in strongly coupled plasma: Energy loss via AdS/CFT
April 3, 2006
             Eugene Lim, Yale, Stochastic Gravitational Waves from the End of Inflation
April 10, 2006
            David Kaplan, Johns Hopkins University, Baryon Number Violation and a Hidden Higgs
April 17, 2006
            Mark Wise, Caltech, Modifications of the Properties of a Light Higgs Boson
April 24, 2006
            Albrecht Karle, University of Wisconsin, Neutrino Astrophysics at the South Pole: AMANDA and IceCube
May 1, 2006

            Sevil Salur, Yale University, Pentaquarks and Other Results from the STAR Experiment PDF
May 8, 2006
            Justin Albert, Caltech, New Results from Babar, and on Cosmological Parameters from Weak Gravitational Lensing PPT   PDF

May 15, 2006
            Alexander Friedland, LANL, Neutrino Signatures of Supernova Turbulence

May 22, 2006

            Leanne Duffy, University of Florida, A High Resolution Search for Dark Matter Axions

May 29, 2006
            Memorial Day holiday

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