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:

Spring 2020

Date Speaker Title of Presentation
January 13    
January 20   MLK Day - No Seminar
January 27    
February 3    
February 10    
February 17    
February 24 Prof. Yigal Shamir, Tel Aviv University  Dilaton pion effective field theory 
March 2 Prof. Andrea Shindler, Michigan State University  Flowing the Electric Dipole Moment 
March 9 TBA  TBA 
March 16 TBA  TBA 
March 23 (Spring Break)    
March 30 Prof. Rich Lebed, Arizona State University  TBA 
April 6    
April 13    
April 20    
April 27    

Fall 2019

Date Speaker Title of Presentation
August 26 Prof. Paul Soler, University of Glasgow  Heavy-quark spectroscopy at LHCb 
September 2 Labor Day Holiday - No Seminar  
September 3, 2pm, G-126 Dr. Vera Guelpers, University of Edinburgh  Isospin Breaking Corrections to the Hadronic Vacuum Polarisation from the Lattice 
September 9 Prof. Pierre Ramond, University of Florida  An Asymmetric Yukawa Texture and Tri-Bi-Maximal Neutrino Mixing 
September 16 Prof. Jim Cline, McGill University  The many uses of colored scalars 
September 23 Dr. Matt Sievert, University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign  A New Prescription for Initial Conserved Charges in Heavy-Ion Collisions 
September 30    

October 7

October 14    

October 21

October 28


November 4    

November 11


November 12, 4pm, G-126

Andrew Cudd, Michigan State University  Measurement of the charged current muon neutrino differential cross section on scintillator with zero pions in the final state with the T2K on/off-axis near detectors 

November 15, 4pm, D-142

Manuel Alejandro Ramirez, University of Guanajuato  Search for the A-Dependence of the Neutrino Induced CC Coherent π+ Production Using MINERvA 
November 18 Matthew Hogan, Colorado State University  Using the T2K off-axis pi-zero detector to measure the near detector constraint for the neutrino oscillation analysis 

November 21, 4pm, G-126

Prof. Howard Baer, University of Oklahoma  Supersymmetry, naturalness, the landscape, LHC and mixed axion/WIMP dark matter 
November 25 (Fall Break)    
December 2    
December 9