Fermilab Theory Seminars - 2003

Regular seminars of the Fermilab Theory Group are scheduled for
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Curia II, 2nd floor, Wilson Hall.

Special dates and rooms will be noted.
The speaker's name gives a listing of recent preprints.

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Date  Speaker Title
Januray 2 No Seminar
 Happy New Year!
January 9 No Seminar
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January 16 Brent Nelson
Michigan
 Theory-Motivated Benchmarks for the Tevatron
January 23 Ulrich Nierste
Fermilab
 Lifetimes of Heavy Hadrons
January 30 Kazuhiro Tobe
U. of Michigan
 Revisiting Top-Bottom-Tau Yukawa Unification in Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theories
February 6 Cheng-Wei Chiang
Argonne and EFI
 Final-State Phases in B and D Meson Decays
February 13 Antonio Delgado
Johns Hopkins U.
 Renormalization and Unification in Randall-Sundrum-1 Models
February 20 Ayres Freitas
Fermilab
 Testing SUSY Coupling Relations at a Linear Collider
February 27 Zack Sullivan
Fermilab
 The Dangerous Beauty of Single-Top-Quark Production
March 6 No Seminar
 
March 13 Josh Erlich
U. of Washington
 The Shear Perplexity of Gravitational Entropy
March 20 Matthew Schwartz
Harvard University
 Discrete Gravitational Dimensions
March 27 Carlos Pena Garay
IAS, Princeton
 Solar Neutrinos: What's Next?
April 3 Paolo Creminelli
Harvard U.
 Inflation and pseudo Goldstone bosons
April 10 Pavel Nadolsky
Southern Methodist University
 Resumation of large q_T logs in heavy flavor production
April 17 Lian-tao Wang
University of Wisconsin, Madison
 Little Higgs Phenomenology
April 24 Brandon Murakami
Argonne National Lab
 Anomaly-mediated SUSY Breaking and the Ancillary U(1) Symmetry
May 1 Seminar Cancelled
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May 8 Shri Gopalakrishna
Michigan State University
 Proton Decay in a Warped Extra Dimension
Friday,
May 9
Stefan Bosch
Cornell University
  Exclusive Radiative B Decays and Factorization
May 15 Tilman Plehn
CERN
  Charged and Neutral Higgs Production via Bottom Partons
May 22 Seminar Cancelled
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Friday,
May 23
David B. Kaplan
U. of Washington
  Lattice Supersymmetry
May 29 Hong-Jian He
University of Texas, Austin
  Unitarity in Higher Dimensions and Gauge Unification
June 5 No Seminar
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 LR planning meeting
June 12 Patrick Fox
UC Santa Cruz
  SuperSoft SUSY breaking
Friday,
June 13
WH3E, 10:30 AM
Toshifumi Yamashita
Kyoto University
 Coupling Unification in GUT with Anomalous U(1) Symmetry
June 19 Merab Gogberashvili
Tbilisi Institute of Physics
 Brane Gravity
June 26 Francesco Tramontano
Universita di Napoli
  Pentagonal diagrams entering 1-loop corrections with heavy quarks
July 3 Manuel Masip
Universidad de Granada
  Flavor-Changing Neutral Currents in Intersecting Brane Models
July 10 Cosmin Macesanu
Oklahoma State University
 Precision Predictions for t-tbar Production at Linear Colliders
July 17 Frank Petriello
SLAC
  Differential Distributions at Higher Orders in QCD
July 24 Satyanarayan Nandi
Oklahoma State University
 Unity of elementary particles and forces in higher dimensions
July 31 Walter Winter
Munich Tech. U.
  Resolving Degeneracies with Future Neutrino Experiments: Reactor Experiments, Superbeams, and Neutrino Factories
August 7 Adam Falkowski
University of Warsaw
  4d Techniques for Calculating Loop Corrections in Higher Dimensions
August 14 No Seminar
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 Lepton-Photon 2003 Conference
August 21 Richard Hill
SLAC
  New Directions in the Soft Collinear Effective Field Theory
August 28 Alexander Belyaev
Florida State University
  Constrained mSUGRA Model in the light of Focus Point Region, Direct DM Detection and Colliders Reach
September 4 Rogerio Rosenfeld
UNESP, Sao Paulo
 The Tao of Higgs Physics
September 11 Alexander Lenz
Universitaet Regensburg
 Baryons in QCD
September 18 Kaustubh Agashe
Johns Hopkins University
  Grand Unification in RS1, Naturally (and without SUSY)
September 25 Matthias Jamin
Heidelberg University
  A Novel Route to V_us
October 2 David Kosower
Centre d'Etudes de Saclay
  Real Emission at NNLO
October 9 Ian Low
Harvard University
  TeV Symmetry and the Little Hierarchy Problem
October 16 Spencer Chang
Harvard University
  Littlest Higgs with a Custodial SU(2) Symmetry
October 23,
1:30 PM
Jaime Besprosvany
UNAM, Mexico City
 Standard-model parameters from spin-extended models and compositeness
October 30,
1:30 PM
Jure Zupan
Technion
  Lattice QCD with Heavy Quarks: Quenching and Extrapolational Errors
November 6,
1:30 PM
Ben Lillie
Stanford University
 Large Yukawa Hierarchies from Extra Dimensions
November 13 No Seminar
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  deSitter Days Workshop
November 20 Soeren Wiesenfeldt
DESY
  Proton Decay in consistent Supersymmetric GUTs
November 25
** Special Date **
1:30 PM
Irina Mocioiu
Arizona University
  Neutrino physics in astrophysics: pulsar kicks from neutrino oscillations
November 27 No Seminar
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  Happy Thanksgiving!
December 4 Cristophe Grojean
Centre d'Etudes de Saclay
  How to do Electroweak Physics without a Higgs
December 11 Govindan Rajesh
University of Chicago, EFI
  String Theory and Cosmological Singularities

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