Caltech High Energy Physics Monday Seminars 2013 - 2014

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

October 1, 2013 - note: special date

                    Maurizio Pierini, CERN, 13 TeV physics perspectives at the LHC
October 7, 2013  - 269 Lauritsen  - venue change

                    Mario Martone, Cornell, Dimensional reduction of S-Confining Dualities

October 8, 2013  - note: special date

                    Benjamin Hooberman, FNAL, Higgs-Motivated Search Strategies for Supersymmetry at CMS

October 14, 2013

                  Haibo Yu, UC Riverside, Beyond Collisionless Dark Matter
October 21, 2013

                   Natalia Toro, Perimeter Institute, On Spin, Long-Range Forces, and Lorentz-transformation of Helicity
October 22, 2013 - note: special date
                     Sean Tulin, Univ of Michigan, Higgsogenesis: dark matter and baryogenesis from the Higgs
October 28, 2013

                    Chris Murphy, UCSD, Bottom-Quark Forward-Backward Asymmetry in the Standard Model and Beyond

October 29, 2013 note: special date

                     Pavel Fileviez Perez, MPI, Heidelberg, Gauge Theories for Baryon and Lepton Numbers
November 4, 2013
                    Roberto Franceschini, Univerity of Maryland, post-LHC R-Parity Violating Supersymmetry
November 11, 2013

                    Chris Brust, Johns Hopkins, New Light Species and the CMB
November 15 2013 - note : special date
Andrew Cohen, Boston University, Wilson, Naturalness, and the Higgs

November 18, 2013

                    Claudio Kopper, University of Wisconsin-Madison, High Energy Extraterrestrial Neutrinos in IceCube
November 19, 2013 - note: special date
Rathin Adhikari, Centre for Theoretical Physics, New Delhi, Active, sterile neutrinos and dark matter in models with new U(1) gauge symmetry

November 25, 2013
         Jonathan Link, Virginia Tech, Future Searches for Sterile Neutrinos 
November 26, 2013 - special date
Lisa Randall, Harvard, Possible Implications of Double Disk Dark Matter

December 2, 2013
   Carmen Carmona, UCSB, New Results from LUX                
December 10, 2013 note: special date
                    Zheng-Cheng Gu, Caltech & Perimeter Institute, Majorana ghosts: From topological superconductor to the origin of neutrino masses,
                                                                                                    three generations and their mass mixing
December 11, 2013 note: special date
                     Harald Fritzsch, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet, Composite Weak Bosons and the New Boson at the LHC              

Winter Recess

January 6, 2014

                  Jesse Thaler, MIT, Jets without Jets

January 13, 2014
                  Evan Grohs, UCSD, Nucleosynthesis, Neff, and Neutrino Mass Implications from Dark Radiation
January 20, 2014
            Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
January 27, 2014
                  Leonardo Senatore, Stanford, Effective Field Theory of Cosmological Large-Scale Structures

February 3, 2014
                  Joel England, SLAC, Microstructure Based Laser-Driven Particle Accelerators

February 10, 2014
                  Kevin McFarland, Univ of Rochester, Neutrino Interactions at MINERvA 
February 17, 2014
             President's Day Holiday
February 18, 2014 - note special date

                Mariangela Lisanti, Princeton, Color Outside the Lines: The Search for Multijet Physics at the LHC
February 24, 2014
                 Brian Shuve, Perimeter Institute, Shedding New Light on Sterile Neutrino Cosmology

March 3, 2014
                 Lee Lindblom, Caltech, Solving Einstein's Equation Numerically on Manifolds with Arbitrary Spatial Topologies

March 10, 2014
                 Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine, Caltech & JPL, Eavesdropping on the Dark Sound of the Universe

March 18, 2014 - note special date
                  Michael Trott, CERN, The complete one loop RGE of the SM EFT, and its implications for BSM phenomenology

Spring Recess

March 31, 2014

                  Bertrand Echenard, Caltech, Exploring dark sectors with low-energy experiments

April 9, 2014 - note special date & time (Wednesday @5pm)
                  Liam Fitzpatrick, Stanford, The Conformal Bootstrap Near the Lightcone, and Universality of Long-Distance AdS Physics
April 14, 2014
                  Nick Hutzler, Harvard, Electric Dipole Moment of the Electron
April 15, 2014 - special date (Tuesday)
Nathaniel Craig, Rutgers, New signs of naturalness

April 21, 2014
                   Grant Teply, Caltech, Recent BICEP-2 results

April 28, 2014
                   Lauren Pearce, UCLA, Strongly-Interacting Supersymmetry: Theoretical Motivations and Phenomenology

May 5, 2014
                   Prateek Agrawal, Fermilab, The cosmological constant problem in scalar gravity and a naturally light dilaton  
May 12, 2014                 
                   Matthew Buckley, Rutgers, New Techniques for difficult LHC signatures
May 19, 2014
                  No seminar

May 26, 2014
                Memorial Day Holiday
June 23, 2014
                    Jing Shu, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing, and Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics China, A New Look at the Electroweak Baryogenesis in the post-LHC Era

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