Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2006-2007

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

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October 2, 2006

            Raphael Bousso, UC Berkeley, Holographic probabilities in eternal inflation and the string landscape

October 9, 2006

            Chih-hsiang Cheng, Caltech, Recent Results from the BaBar Experiment

October 16, 2006

            Sonny Mantry, Caltech , Massive Jets in Effective Field Theory

October 23, 2006

            Tomer  Volansky, Weizmann Institute, Neutrino Anarchy from Quiver Gauge Theories

October 30, 2006
             Bjorn Lange, MIT, The Inclusive Path to Vub
November 6, 2006

            Taizan Watari, Caltech, Landscape Predictions for the Higgs Boson and Top Quark Masses

November 13, 2006
Michele Papucci, UC Berkeley, Top flavor violation: from the B factories to the LHC

November 20, 2006

            Zvi Bern,  UCLA, On-shell Methods in QCD

November 27, 2006
Christian Bauer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Improving event generators with effective theories

Winter Recess

January 8, 2007
            Thomas Mehen, Duke University, New Charmed Resonances and Effective Field Theory
January 15, 2007
             Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday

January 22, 2007
            Benjamin Grinstein, UCSD, Falsifying Models of New Physics Via WW Scattering
January 29, 2007
            Bertrand Echenard, Caltech, Two-photon physics at e+e- colliders
February 5, 2007
            no seminar
February 12, 2007         
             no seminar

February 19, 2007
             President's Day Holiday           
February 26, 2007
            Michael Salem, Caltech, The scale of gravity and the cosmological constant within a landscape

March 5, 2007
            Alejandro Jenkins, MIT, Causality in Effective Field Theories

Spring Recess

March 19, 2007
              Harald Fritzsch, Universitaet Muenchen, Fundamental Constants in Physics and their Time Dependence
March 26, 2007

             Michael Trott, UCSD, Higgs Effective Field Theory
*March 28, 2007 - special date - seminar will be begin at 4:15pm
              Eiichiro Komatsu, Univeristy of Texas at Austin, Reheating of the universe after infation with f(phi)R gravity: spontaneous decay of inflatons to bosons, fermions, and gauge bosons   
April 2, 2007
             Chris Arnesen, MIT, A New reality:  B--> pi pi annihilation in SCET
April 9, 2007
            Brock Tweedie, UC Berkeley, Density Perturbations in Chain Inflation
April 16, 2007
            Andrew Cohen, Boston Univ, Renormalization of MSSM scalar masses: unwelcome news from the hidden sector
April 23, 2007
            John Terning, UC Davis, The Gaugephobic Higgs
April 30, 2007
            Sean Fleming, University of Arizona, Tucson, The Nuclear Physics of Charm

May 7, 2007
            Chris Lee, University of Washington, Universal Nonperturbative Effects in Two-Jet Event Shapes
May 14, 2007

             Yuri Shirman, UC Irvine, Low energy gauge mediation from metastable vacua

May 21, 2007

            Jens Erler, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Unconventional Uses of Effective Quark Masses
May 28, 2007
            Memorial Day Holiday

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