Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2012 - 2013

                                          All seminars are held at 4:00 p.m in 469 Lauritsen unless otherwise noted.

October 8, 2012 

                    Michael Salem, Stanford, Gravity waves from anisotropic bubble collisions
October 15, 2012 

                  Sean Downes, Texas A&M, Universality and Inflation
October 22, 2012 @11am

                   Georgi Dvali, CERN, Geometry as Graviton Bose-Einstein Condensate 

October 22, 2012
        Solomon Endlich, Columbia, Solid Inflation: Breaking space not time
October 29, 2012 

                    Alex Mott, Caltech, Observation of a new boson with a mass near 125 GeV
November 5, 2012
                    Tomohiko Tanabe, University of Tokyo, International Linear Collider
November 12, 2012

                    Ran Budnik, Columbia, XENON100

November 19, 2012

                     Daniel Whiteson, UC Irvine, Are the Fermi-LAT 110 and 130 lines real?
November 26, 2012
          Mark Jackson, University of Paris, Inflationary Effects from High Energy Physics

December 3, 2012
   Richard Hill, Enrico Fermi Institute & Univ. of Chicago, Heavy particle effective field theory: formalism, dark matter and the proton size puzzle
December 10, 2012
                      Simon Slutsky, University of Maryland, Recent Results from EXO-200

Winter Recess

January 7, 2013

                 Doug Beck, University of Illinois, From yeV to TeV: Search for the Neutron Electric Dipole Moment at the FRM-II Reactor

January 14, 2013
                 Lisa Randall, Harvard, Partially Interacting Dark Matter
January 21, 2013
            Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
January 28, 2013
                 Robert Tschirhart, FNAL, Project X

February 4, 2013
                Valery Nesvizhevsky, Institut Laue-Langevin, TBD

February 11, 2013**will meet in 269 Lauritsen
February 18, 2013
             President's Day Holiday
February 25, 2013
              Asimina Arvanitaki, Stanford University, TBD

March 4, 2013

March 11, 2013
             David Shih, Rutgers University, TBD

Spring Recess

April 1, 2013

                 Wouter Waalewijn, UC San Diego, Jet Charge and Track-Based Observables for the LHC

April 8, 2013
                 Rustem Ospanov, University of Pennslyvania,  Latest Higgs results from ATLAS: the beginning of a long road
April 15, 2013
                 Kurt Hinterbichler, Perimeter Institute, Evidence for and Obstructions to Partially Massless Gravity
April 22, 2013
                Bertrand Echenard, Caltech, The Mu2e Experiment

April 29, 2013
                 Matt Wetstein, University of Chicago, Thinking Fast, Building Big: Opportunities for Neutrino Physics Using Fast Timing and Large Area Photodetectors

May 6, 2013
                 Zackaria Chacko, University of Maryland, The Dilaton, the Radion and Duality  
May 7 2013 - just added
                 Peter Minkowski, ITP, University of Bern, Oscillatory modes of quarks in baryons for 3 quark flavors - u, d, s"    
May 13, 2013
                 Reyco Henning, University of North Carolina, Neutrinoless double-beta decay and other searches for physics beyond the Standard Model with the Majorana experiment
May 20, 2013
                David Curtin, SUNY Stonybrook, Sniffing out BSM Physics with Standard Model Standard Candles

May 21, 2013 **note special date
                 Jeff Hartnell, University of Sussex, SNO+

May 27, 2013
                Memorial Day Holiday
May 28, 2013  -@ 2pm/248 Lauritsen **Note special time and location
                Frank Wuerthwein,
UCSD, New Results from CMS
June 3, 2013
                Maury Goodman,
ANL, Status of LBNE
June 10, 2013
                 Haipeng An,
Perimeter Insitute, Dark Photon: Stellar Constraints and Direct Detection

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