Joint Experimental-Theoretical Seminar

Regular seminars are scheduled for: Friday at 4:00 p.m. in Wilson Hall, room 1 West.
Special dates or rooms are announced below.
A live video stream is sometimes available, check here.

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Date   Speaker
Title
Jan. 6

No seminar
Jan. 13 Rouven Essig
Stony Brook

The search for dark photons and the g-2 anomaly
Jan. 20 Shalhout Shalhout
UC Davis

Search for Dark Matter in Monojet Events at CDF
Jan. 27 Huan Lin
Fermilab

Gravitational Lensing and Cosmic Shear with the SDSS Coadd
Feb. 3 Camillo Mariani
Columbia

Constraining Electron Neutrino Backgrounds for Low Energy Neutrino Oscillation Experiments
Feb. 10 Victor Bazterra
UIC

Single top: a window to top quark electroweak interactions
Feb. 14, 2pm
Pierluigi Campana
CERN

Recent results from LHCb and future prospects
Feb. 17 Raphael Granier de Cassagnac
LLR/Columbia

Latest Results from the CMS Heavy-Ion Program
Feb. 23
Thurs, 10am
Ashutosh Kotwal
Duke

W Mass Measurement at CDF with 2.2 fb-1 of data
Feb. 24 Joshua Spitz
MIT

Results from ArgoNeuT
Mar. 1
Thurs, 4pm
Jan Stark
LPSC Grenoble

W mass measurement at D0 with 5 fb-1 of data
Mar. 2 Matthew Jones
Purdue

Upsilon Polarization at CDF
Mar. 7
Wed. 2pm
Auditorium
Satish Desai
Fermilab

Latest Higgs results from D0 (pdf)
Michelle Stancari
Fermilab

Latest Higgs results from CDF and Tevatron combination (pdf, pptx)
Mar. 9
3:30pm
Fabrizio Margaroli
University of Rome

Christian Schwanenberger
University of Manchester

New results from CDF and D0 for the Winter 2012 conferences (CDF, D0)
Mar. 16 Rick Cavanaugh
Fermilab/UIC

Highlights from Recent CMS Results
Mar. 23 Karsten Heeger
University of Wisconsin

Observation of electron-antineutrino disappearance at Daya Bay
Mar. 30 David Mietlicki
Michigan

Top Pair Forward-Backward Asymmetry with the full CDF sample
Apr. 6 Brendan Kiburg
University of Washington

Muon capture on the proton: Final results from the MuCap experiment
Apr. 11
Wed. 2pm
Soo-Bong Kim
Seoul National University

Observation of the last, weakest neutrino oscillation at RENO
Apr. 13 Chris Polly
Fermilab

Fermilab's Muon Campus at the Intensity Frontier
Apr. 20 Yannis Semertzidis
BNL

A sensitive storage ring Electric Dipole Moment experiment for the proton
Apr. 27 Diego Tonelli
CERN

Challenging the SM through CP violation in charm at CDF
May 4 Shekhar Mishra
Fermilab

Indian Institutions and Fermilab Collaboration: Project-X and Particle Physics
May 11 Carlo Dallapiccola
University of Massachusetts

Searches for Beyond the Standard Model Physics at ATLAS
May 18 Markus Wobisch
Louisiana Tech University

Determinations of the strong coupling in jet production at D0 (ppt)
May 25 Jonathan Feng
UC Irvine

Naturalness and the Status of SUSY
Jun. 1 Mike Kordosky
College of William and Mary

Results from MINERvA
Jun. 8
2pm
Patricia Vahle
College of William and Mary

New MINOS Results
Jun. 8 Keith Ulmer
University of Colorado

Recent Heavy Flavor Results from CMS
Jun. 15 Stephen Holmes
Fermilab

Project X: Accelerator Goals and Challenges
Jun. 22 Bob Tschirhart
Fermilab

Project X Physics Study: Summary and Outlook
Jun. 29

No seminar
Jul. 2
Mon. 9:00am
Auditorium
Eric James
Fermilab

Wade Fisher
Michigan State University

CDF and D0 Higgs Results with the Full Tevatron Data Set
Jul. 6 James Degenhardt
University of Pennsylvania

New results from ATLAS: W'/Z' and MSSM Higgs searches
Jul. 9
Mon. 3:30pm
Auditorium
Andrei Gritsan
Johns Hopkins University

Jianming Qian
University of Michigan

Latest results in the search for the Higgs boson at CMS


Latest results in the search for the Higgs boson at ATLAS
Jul. 12
Thurs. 3:30pm
Auditorium
Bob Hirosky (DZero)
University of Virginia

Homer Wolfe (CDF)
The Ohio State University

Review of ICHEP 2012 CDF and DZero Results
Jul. 13 Meenakshi Narain
Brown

New CMS Results at ICHEP
Jul. 20 Marc Schumann
University of Zurich

Recent Results from the XENON100 Dark Matter Experiment
(in association with the Patras Workshop on Axions, WIMPs, and WISPs)
Jul. 27 Valeri Lebedev
Fermilab

Optical Stochastic Cooling
Aug. 3

No seminar
Aug. 10
Auditorium
Mousumi Datta
Fermilab

Marco Verzocchi
Fermilab

Review of Tevatron Summer 2012 Results
(in conjunction with HCP Summer School)
Aug. 17
Auditorium
Tulika Bose
Boston University

Review of LHC Summer 2012 Results (in conjunction with HCP Summer School)
Aug. 24 Eun-Joo Ahn
Fermilab

Measurement of the proton-air cross section at 57 TeV with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Aug. 31 Warren Huelsnitz
LANL

Search for Muon Antineutrino Disappearance in the Booster Neutrino Beamline with MiniBooNE and SciBooNE
Sep. 7 Kalanand Mishra
Fermilab

Search for New Physics in Di-Boson Events at CMS
Sep. 14 Peter Onyisi
University of Texas at Austin

Recent W and Z production and decay results from ATLAS
Sep. 21 Patrick Huber
Virginia Tech

Large theta13 -- challenge and opportunity
Sep. 28 Markus Klute
MIT

A future Higgs factory: CMS at LEP3
Oct. 5 Rustem Ospanov
University of Pennsylvania

Latest Higgs results from ATLAS
Oct. 12

CPM2012 Town Meeting
Oct. 19 Mark Williams
Lancaster

Probing matter-antimatter asymmetry in the Universe using muons from B meson decays at D0
Oct. 26 Hogan Nguyen
Fermilab

A New Measurement of the CMB Polarization at 90 GHz by the QUIET Experiment
Nov. 2 Venkatesh Kaushik
University of Arizona

Top Physics Results from ATLAS
Nov. 9 Kenichi Hatakeyama
Baylor

Physics with the Upgraded CMS Detector
Nov.16 Alain Blondel
University of Geneva

Weiren Chou
Fermilab

Higgs factory: physics and accelerators
(in association with HF2012)
Nov. 23 Day after Thanksgiving

No seminar
Nov. 30 Joe Grange
Florida

New antineutrino cross section results from MiniBooNE
Dec. 7 Michael Begel
BNL

Stop searches at ATLAS
Dec. 14 Steve Brice
Fermilab

The neutrino program at Fermilab
Dec. 21 Mayda Velasco
Northwestern

Recent Studies of the Higgs Boson at CMS
Dec. 28 Winter break

No seminar

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