High Energy Physics Group

Medium & High Energy Seminar Archive

Spring 2018

January 19: Ross Young (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Revealing Short-Distance Structure of the Nucleon in Lattice QCD

January 22: Peter Geltenbort (Institute Laue Langevin, Grenoble)
Fundamental Neutron Physics at the ILL

January 26: Emanuele Mereghetti (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
An Effective Field Theory Approach to Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay

January 29: Dean J. Robinson (University of Cincinnati)
Seeking Long-Lived Sectors, and Cracking Semileptonic Enigmas

February 2: Yonatan F. Kahn (Princeton University)
New Directions in Light Dark Matter Detection

February 5: Andreas S. Kronfeld (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
Quark Masses

February 9: Jorge Noronha (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Unveiling the Secrets of Nature's Primordial Liquid

February 12: Rodrigo Alonso (CERN)
Effective Field Theory in Particle Physics

February 16: Claudia Frugiuele (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
The Quest for Dark Sectors

February 19: Maxwell Hansen (CERN)
A New Era in Our Understanding of QCD Resonances

February 23: Huey-Wen Lin (Michigan State University)
Frontiers in Lattice Nucleon Structure

February 26: Felix Ringer (Lawrence Berekeley National Laboratory)
New Opportunities in Jet Physics at Colliders

March 1: Kyle Cranmer (New York University)
Machine Learning for Effective Field Theories and Jet Physics

March 2: Simon Knapen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Searching for Whispers from Beyond the Standard Model

March 12: Ben Safdi (University of Michigan)
Dark Matter in the Gaia Era

March 16: Scott Watson (Syracuse University)
Concentrated Dark Matter

April 2: Matthias Grosse Perdekamp (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Exploring Proton Structure with Drell-Yan Scattering

April 16: Mark Strikman (Penn State University)
Color Fluctuations in Nucleons and pA Collisions at LHC and RHIC

May 22: Jacquelyn Noronha Hostler (Rutgers University)
Precision Numerical Simulations of Nature's Most Extreme Fluid