Spring 2016 Nuclear/Particle Physics Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, all talks are held in G-125 at 4:00 p.m. on Mondays

Scheduling by Ed Kinney: Edward.Kinney@colorado.edu

Spring 2016

Date Speaker Title of Presentation
January 11    
January 18   MLK Day - No Seminar  
Thursday, January 28
Dr. Seamus Riordan, SUNY-Stony Brook Studying the Dark Side of the Nucleus: From Neutron Skins to Neutron Stars 
February 1    
February 8 Dr. Takaaki Ishii, University of Colorado Nonlinear dynamics in quark antiquark potential in AdS/CFT 
February 15 Dr. Michele Floris, CERN Probing the quark-gluon plasma with light-flavor hadrons with the ALICE detector at the LHC 
February 22 Dr. Dennis Perepelitsa, Brookhaven National Laboratory Jet and photon probes of hot, dense nuclear matter at the Large Hadron Collider 
February 29 Dr. Aaron Angerami, Columbia University Jet Quenching in Heavy-Ion Collisions: Probing the Perfect Liquid 
March 7 Dr. Darren McGlinchey, University of Colorado Probing Hot Nuclear Matter with Heavy Quarks at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider 
March 14 Dr. David Moore, Stanford University Testing the fundamental nature of neutrinos with double beta decay 
March 21 (Spring Break)    
March 28 Dr. Chaolun Wu, University of Colorado  From Hot Boson Stars to Cold Fermionic Atoms: A Holographic Model for BCS-BEC Crossover and Pseudogap  
April 4    
April 11 Prof. Yigal Shamir, Tel Aviv University  Low-energy effective action for pions and a dilatonic meson 
April 18    
April 25    

Fall 2015

Date Speaker Title of Presentation
August 24 Prof. Pierre Ramond, University of Florida  Family Symmetry and the μ-term 
August 31    
September 7 Labor Day Holiday - No Seminar  
September 14    
September 21    
September 28 Dr. Daniel Bolton, University of Colorado   From QCD to Physical Resonances
October 5    

October 12

October 19    

October 26

November 2


November 9    

November 16

Prof. Masanori Hanada, Kyoto University TBA 
November 23 (Fall Break)    
November 30 Prof. Tom Degrand, University of Colorado  Lattice tests of beyond Standard Model dynamics 
December 7