Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar

This is the so-called “wine and cheese” seminar.

Regular seminars are Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in Wilson Hall, One West.

However, during the Corona virus outbreak seminars will be held on zoom until further notice. BYOB.

The zoom link can be attained by several methods:

  • Look in your inbox for past seminar announcements (we will use the same link).
  • It is linked here (Fermilab login required)
  • Email a friend at Fermilab, or the seminar organizer.

Please contact Stefan Hoeche for more information.

A live video stream is sometimes available, check this link.

The Wine and Cheese is a scientific seminar and thus questions and discussion are welcome. The goal of discussion is to enhance the quality and understanding of the science for the whole community. Out of consideration for all, even when questions are not straightforward, we will insist that they be asked and answered with respect and civility. We value voices of all backgrounds, accents, pitches and degrees of softness, both among our speakers and in the audience. Scientific claims are judged by their content and rigor, and not by the demeanor of their proponents.

Raw date Event date Title Speakers Host Summary Links
20220128 Jan. 28 The tau lepton as a key to understanding the Higgs boson Ketino Kaadze, Kansas State University
20220204 Feb. 4 TBD Gavin Salam, University of Oxford
20220211 Feb. 11 Assessing Gender Bias in Particle Physics and Social Science Recommendations for Academic Jobs Robert Bernstein, Fermilab

Previous Seminars