
Special dates and rooms will be noted.
The speaker's name gives a listing of recent preprints.
Date  Speaker  Title 
Jan. 13  Massimo
Di Pierro
Fermilab 
On the Spectator Quark Effects in Inclusive B Decays 
Jan. 20  Chris
Kolda
LBL 
FlavorViolating SUSY Higgs Couplings and B Physics in Run II 
Jan. 27  Peter
Uwer
Saclay 
Collinear Limits of Amplitudes in QCD and a New Approach to Derive the AltarelliParisi Kernels 
Feb. 3  Bogdan
Dobrescu
Fermilab 
Higgs Phenomenology from Extra Dimensions 
Feb. 10  Jonathan
Feng
IAS 
AnomalyMediated Supersymmetry Breaking 
Feb. 17  Yuri
Shirman
Princeton 
Realistic Anomaly Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking and GUTs 
Tuesday,
Feb. 22 
Matt
Strassler
IAS 
Strong Interactions and the (S)flavor problem(S) 
Feb. 24  No seminar  Run II B Physics Workshop 
Tuesday,
Feb. 29 
Andre
Hoang
CERN 
Perturbative Heavy QuarkAntiquark Systems: Status and Prospects 
Mar. 2  Martin
Schmaltz
SLAC 
Fourdimensional Coupling Hierarchies from Locality in Extra Dimensions 
Tuesday,
March 7 
Witold
Skiba
UCSD 
GauginoMediated Supersymmetry Breaking 
March 9  Erich
Poppitz
Yale 
Supergravity anomalies 
March 16  Georg
Weiglein
CERN 
Higgs and electroweak precision physics at present and future colliders 
March 23  No seminar  
March 30  Stephane
Keller
CERN 
Parton Distribution Function Uncertainties 
April 6  Yoshinobu
Kuramashi
Tsukuba 
Nucleon Decay Matrix Elements from Lattice QCD 
April 13  Martti
Raidal
UC Riverside 
Flavor violation in a minimal SUSY SU(5) GUT beyond top Yukawa dominance 
April 20  RenJie
Zhang
Univ. of Wisconsin 
Twoloop Calculation of the Lightest CPeven Higgs Boson Mass in the Minimal Supersymmetric Model 
April 27  Argonne Theoretical Institute on SUSY and Higgs  
May 4  Moshe
Moshe
Technion 
Quantization of Constrained Dynamical Systems : Superparticle, Dparticle and Dbrane 
May 11  Tim
Tait
Argonne 
A Supersymmetric Model of Flavor from a Small Extra Dimension 
May 25  German
Valencia
Iowa State University 
Additional IsospinBreaking Effects in epsilon'/epsilon 
June 1  Gordon
Chalmers
Argonne 
Dual expansions in supersymmetric gauge theories via string theory and Sduality 
June 8  Manfred
Lindner
Munich 
Matter Effects and CPViolation in Neutrino Oscillations 
Tuesday,
June 13 
Peter
Richardson
Oxford 

June 22  Christian
Bauer
Toronto 
Sudakov Logarithms from Effective Field Theory 
1:30 PM
July 20 
David
Kaplan
U. of Chicago 
Supersymmetry and a small extra dimension 
July 24  Hartmut
Wittig
CERN 
Lattice QCD Meets Effective Chiral Lagrangians 
Sept. 7  Tobias
Hurth
CERN 
Rare B Decays Within and Beyond the Standard Model 
Friday, 1:30 PM
Sept. 15 
Keisyo
Hidaka
Tokyo Gakugei U. 
Impact of bosonic decay modes on search for stop and sbottom squarks 
Oct. 5  Rob
Myers
McGill 
Black holes on the brane 
Oct. 12  Stefan
Pokorski
Warsaw 
Quantum corrections to neutrino masses and mixing angles 
Oct. 19  No seminar  Workshop on Advanced Computing and Analysis Techniques 
Oct. 26  No seminar  Linear Collider Workshop 2000 
Nov. 2  Hooman
Davoudiasl
SLAC 
Signatures of Localized Gravity: Glimpses of a Warped Universe 
Nov. 9  Noam
Shoresh
U. Washington Seattle 
Physical results from unphysical simulations 
Tuesday,
Nov. 14 
Z.
Chacko
U. Washington Seattle 
Radion Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking 
1:30 PM
Nov. 16 
Mariano
Quiros
Madrid 
Electroweak baryogenesis and the Higgs and Stop masses 
Nov. 23  No seminar  Thanksgiving holiday 
Tuesday,
Nov. 28 
Gudrun
Hiller
SLAC 
Probing the SM and MSSM flavor sector with rare Bdecays 
Nov. 30  Fabio
Maltoni
UIUC 
Unitarity constraints on the scale of Majorananeutrino mass generation 
Dec. 7  Carlo
Oleari
Wisconsin 
Progress towards 2 > 2 scattering at two loops: q qbar > q' qbar' and q qbar > q qbar 
Dec. 14  JoAnne
Hewett
SLAC 
Experimental Probes of Spacetime Geometries 