25th Anniversary of First pp Collisions at the Tevatron
Friday, December 17, 2010

A half-day symposium to celebrate the history and achievements of 25 years of Tevatron running.

All talks will be held in Ramsey Auditorium, from 1-4:45pm on Friday, December 17 2010.

A live video stream of the Symposium can be found here and slides for the talks are available through an Indico web-page.

Program

1:00-1:10
Welcome
Young-Kee Kim
1:10-1:20
Remarks from DOE
Glen Crawford
1:20-1:30
The Beginnings of the Tevatron as a pp Collider
John Peoples
1:30-2:30
CDF set-up and Early Physics, the Run I Tevatron Collider, Upgrades for L = 4.1032
Alvin Tollestrup, John Marriner, Steve Holmes
2:30-2:50
BREAK
2:50-3:10
Silicon Tracking and Triggers
Luciano Ristori
3:10-3:30
Heavy Flavor Physics
Rick Van Kooten
3:30-3:50
W and Top Physics
Paul Grannis
3:50-4:10
The Search for the Higgs
Sergo Jindariani
4:10-4:30
25 Years of Theory
Chris Quigg and John Campbell
4:30-4:45
Closing remarks
Pier Oddone

The symposium will be followed by the 2nd Annual Potluck Party.

Organizing committee:
John Campbell, Marcela Carena, Gene Fisk, Qizhong Li, Giovanni Punzi, Ron Moore, Herman White.