High Energy Physics Group

Medium & High Energy Seminar Archive

Spring 2004

January 26: Denis A. Suprun (University of Chicago)
Charmless Hadronic B-Decays

February 2: Matthias Gross Perdekamp (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Studying QCD under Extreme Conditions at RHIC

February 9: Joe Mohr (Astronomy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Studying Dark Energy with Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies

February 16: Edward Boos (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University)
Gauge Invariant Classes of Feynman Diagrams and Physics Applications

February 23: Gaston Gutierrez (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
New Measurement of the Top Quark Mass From D0

March 1: Mayda Velasco (Northwestern University)
Gamma-Gamma Colliders to Study the CP Nature of the Higgs Boson as part of the R+D program for a Multi-TeV e+e- Collider

March 1: Mayda Velasco (Northwestern University)
First Observations for K0s → pi0 mu+mu- and K0s → pi0 e+e-, and Their Consequences for Measurements of the Unitary Triangle Based on K0s → pi0 l+l-

March 10: Prof. Julia Thompson (University of Pittsburgh & Adjunct Prof. at University of Missouri at St. Louis)
High Statistics Measurement of the Ke3 Branching Ratio from E865 at Brookhaven National Laboratory (and Ramifications for CKM Matrix Unitarity)

March 15: Mircea Coca (University of Rochester)
New Top Results into Dilepton Decay Signatures

March 29: Mike Hildreth (University of Notre Dame)
Recent Results from D0

April 5: Lloyd Knox (University of California at Davis)
Probing Dark Energy and Neutrino Masses with Cosmic Shear Observations

April 12: Alan Schwartz (University of Cincinnati)
New Results from the Belle Experiment: Observation of Large CP Violation in B → pi+pi- Decays

April 19: Sridhara Dasu (University of Wisconsin)
Search for New Physics Effects in Penguin Decays of B Mesons

April 26: Jonathan Link (Columbia University)
Future Measurements of Sin2(2Theta13) at Nuclear Reactors

May 3: David E. Jaffe (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
K+ → pi+ nu nubar Results from BNL E949 and Future Prospects