Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2008-2009

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

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October 10, 2008* (Note: special Friday seminar)

             Alejandro Jenkins, MIT, Quark Masses: An Environmental Impact Statement

October 13, 2008

            Randall Kelley, UCSD, Electroweak Corrections using Effective Field Theory: Applications to the LHC

October 20, 2008

            Yuri Gershtein, Rutgers, Seeking the Light of New Physics Abstract

October 27, 2008
          Keith Rehermann, Johns Hopkins, Identifying Top Jets at the LHC
November 3, 2008

            Michael Salem, Tufts, The scale-factor cutoff measure on the multiverse

November 4, 2008* (Note: special date)
             Stephon Alexander, Haverford College, The Cosmological Chiral Condensate and the Cosmological Constant

November 10, 2008
           
David Hertzog, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Precision Muon Physics: New Results and Future Prospects, Abstract

November 17, 2008

            David Poland, Harvard,  The Dark  Top

November 18, 2008* (Note: special date)
             Devin Walker, Berkeley, Spontaneously Broken Hidden Gauge Symmetries, Abstract

November 24, 2008
          
  Jay Wacker, SLAC, New Searches for Subgravitational Forces

Winter Recess




January 12, 2009
            Vyacheslav Krutelyov, UCSB, Search for rare decays of B(s) to two muons at the Tevatron and beyond: history and New Physics  perspectives  Abstract

January 19, 2009
            Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

January 26, 2009
            
JoAnne Hewett, SLAC, Supersymmetry Without Prejudice
February 2, 2009
            Patrick Fox, Fermilab, Leptophilic Dark Matter

February 9, 2009
            John Matthews, Univ of New Mexico, Selected Physics Results from the Pierre Auger Southern Observatory Abstract

February 16, 2009
             President's Day Holiday           
February 23, 2009
            John Mason, Harvard, The mu-problem in Non-Minimal Gauge Mediation

March 2, 2009 (speaker change)*
            Harald Fritzsch, CERN & Universitaet Muenchen, Flavor Symmetries, Quark Masses, Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Oscillations Abstract



Spring Recess

 
April 3, 2009*, 2PM  (note: special date and time)
             Leonidias Moustakas, JPL, Deconstructing dark matter through strong gravitational lensing observations

April 6, 2009
             Peter Skands, Fermilab, Towards Precision Models of Collider Physics

April 13, 2009
            Monica D'Onofrio, University of Barcelona,
Searching for new physics at the Tevatron Abstract
April 20, 2009
            Sunil Golwala, Caltech, WIMP Dark Matter Searches into the Next Decade with SuperCDMS and GEODM
Abstract
April 27, 2009
          Sasha Pranko, Fermilab, Searching for New Physics with Light at CDF Abstract

May 4, 2009
            Jennifer Kile, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Hidden Fermionic Dark Matter in Neutrino Detectors
May 11, 2009

            Johan Alwall, SLAC, New Physics, QCD radiation and MadGraph/MadEvent at the LHC Abstract

May 18, 2009

            Pavel Fileviez Perez, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Spontaneous R-parity Violation In Supersymmetry
May 25, 2009
            Memorial Day Holiday

May 29, 2009* (Note: special date)
          Matthias Neubert, Univ of Mainz, IR Divergences of Gauge-Theory Amplitudes and Resummation for LHC

June 15, 2009

          Pierluigi Belli, INFN, Roma Tor Vergata, Signals from the Universe: from DAMA/NaI to DAMA/LIBRA Abstract


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