Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2007-2008

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

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September 28, 2007 11am - NOTE:  Special DATE and TIME

            Alvaro de Rujula, CERN and Boston University, A simple resolution of two mysteries: Cosmic Rays and Gamma Ray Bursts

October 8, 2007

             Mark Wise, Caltech,  Back to the Future: The Lee-Wick Standard Model

October 15, 2007

            Claudia de Rham, Perimeter Institute, Classical Renormalization  of Codimension-two Brane Couplings

October 22, 2007

            Walter  Goldberger, Yale, Light scalar at the LHC:  Higgs or dilaton?

October 29, 2007
          Frank Tackmann, LBNL, GenEvA: A New Framework for Event Generation
October 31 2007 - NOTE: Special DATE
          Devin Walker,  Berkeley, Mass Scales and Unparticle Physics at the LHCD
November 5, 2007

            Asimina Arvanitaki, Stanford, Physics with Cold Atoms

November 12, 2007
           
Ira Rothstein, Carnegie Mellon, Smoking Guns for Light Resonances at the LHC

November 19, 2007

            Stephen  Hsu, University of Oregon, Curved space, monsters, and black hole entropy

November 26, 2007
          
   Sunil Golwala, Caltech, Dark Matter Searches

Winter Recess



January 7, 2008
             No seminar
January 14, 2008
            Ben Kilminster, Ohio State, The Tevatron Race for the Higgs Boson

January 21, 2008
            Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

January 25, 2008 - Note: Special Date, (Friday at 4pm)
            
Howard Georgi,  Harvard, Unparticle Physics
January 28, 2008
            Jeff Harvey, University of Chicago, Pseudo-Chern-Simons terms in the Standard Model, with Applications

February 4, 2008
            Gustaaf Brooijmans, Columbia, After the Standard Model: Some Things We Might See at the LHC
February 11, 2008        
             Amarjit Soni,  Brookhaven National Laboratory, Footprints of the Beyond in Flavor Physics

February 18, 2008
             President's Day Holiday           
February 25, 2008
            Sean Fleming, University of Arizona, Top Jets and Precision Measurements of the Top Quark Mass

March 3, 2008
            Beate Heinemann, UC Berkeley, Searches for the Physics beyond the Standard Model at the Tevatron. Abstract
March 10, 2008
            Cecile Roucelle, LBNL, High Energy Neutrinos from the Cold: Status and Perspectives of the IceCube Experiment Abstract
March 12, 2008 - Note: Special Date, (Wednesday at 4pm)
             Philip Mannheim, UConn, Conformal gravity challenges string theory

March 17, 2008
              Can Kilic, John Hopkins, Colored Resonances at the Tevatron: Phenomenology and Discovery Potential in Multijets Abstract


Spring Recess

  
April 7, 2008
             Kathryn Zurek, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Peaks and Valleys: Searching for low mass hidden sectors at the LHC and in cosmology
April 14, 2008
            Raman Sundrum, Johns Hopkins, Warped/Composite Physics at the TeV Scale
April 21, 2008
            James Wells, CERN, The fragility of Higgs Boson predictions for the LHC

April 28, 2008
          Marat Gataullin, Caltech, Status of CMS Experiment at the LHC

May 5, 2008
            Alexander Friedland, LANL, On the photon decay into extra dimensions
May 12, 2008

             Francis Everitt, Stanford, The Gravity Probe B experiment

May 19, 2008

            Maxim Perelstein, Cornell, Little Higgs Model with T-Parity
May 26, 2008
            Memorial Day Holiday



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