High Energy Physics Group

Medium & High Energy Seminar Archive

Spring 2001

January 29: Michael Berger (Indiana University)
Anomaly-Free Flavor Symmetry and Neutrino Anarchy

February 8: Gerco Onderwater (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Measuring the Muon (g-2) With a Precision of 1.3 ppm: How That Connects to SUSY

February 12: Georg Steinbrueck (Columbia University)
Electroweak Physics at the Fermilab Tevatron

February 19: Martin Olsson (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Heavy Meson Semileptonic Decay

February 26: Martin Schmaltz (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
Flavor from Extra Dimensions

March 5: Michael Albrow (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
Double Pomeron Exchange : Past, Present and Future

March 19: David Hitlin (Caltech)
Measurement of Mixing and CP-Violation Asymmetries in B0 Decay

March 26: Andrea Romanino (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
Neutrino phenomenology and flat extra-dimensions

April 2: Mark Alford (University of Glasgow)
Color-supconducting Quark Matter

April 9: Peter Shanahan (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
Experimental Status & Future Prospects for Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry Measurements in the Kaon System

April 16: Dr. Sherwood Parker (University of Hawaii)
3D -- The Next Step for Silicon Particle Detectors

April 18: Juan Collar (Cornell University)
New Particles, New Dectector Technologies

April 23: Tom Markewicz (SLAC)
Status of the Next Linear Collider Project

April 24: Thomas Junk (CERN)
Searches for Higgs Bosons at LEP

April 27: Vladimir Savinov (Cornell University)
Penguins' Strong Affinity for New Physics and Other Stories from CLEO & Pittsburgh