Theoretical physics seminars 2005

Date   Speaker Title (click title to see slides)
January 6 No seminar Happy New Year!
January 13 Hooman Davoudiasl

University of Wisconsin
Neutrino Masses from Sub-GeV Dynamics in Low-Cutoff-Scale Models
January 20 Aaron Pierce

The Cosmology of Split Supersymmetry
January 27 Jose Santiago

Gravity on Codimension 2 Braneworlds
February 3 No seminar  
February 10 Freddy Cachazo

IAS Princeton
New Techniques in Perturbative Gauge Theory: Tree and One-Loop Calculations
February 17 Sven Moch

DESY Zeuthen
Deep-Inelastic Scattering in QCD – At the Frontier of Perturbation Theory
February 22
Kaustubh Agashe

Johns Hopkins
Warped Compactifications: Flavor,
Unification and Dark Matter
February 24 Lisa Everett

Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Neutrino Mixing from the Top-Down and the Bottom-Up
March 3 Vincenzo Cirigliano

Neutrinoless double beta decay and lepton flavor violation
March 10 Hsin-Chia Cheng

Little hierarchy problem and little Higgs theories
March 17 Carlo Oleari

QCD corrections to Higgs boson production: signal and backgrounds
March 24 Olga Mena Requejo

Cosmic Neutrino Spectroscopy and the Early Universe
March 31 Patrick Huber

University of Wisconsin
Neutrino properties from astrophysical sources
April 7 No seminar

Physics Advisory Committee meeting
April 14 Heather Logan

University of Wisconsin
Seeing an invisible Higgs at Tevatron and LHC
April 21
Jeppe Andersen

Probing the High Energy Limit of QCD
April 28
1 West

Chris Llewellyn Smith

Special Colloquium (1W) The Fast Track to Fusion Power
May 5
Boris Ermolaev

Ioffe Phys. Tech. Inst.
Impact of the total resummation of the leading logarithms on the
small x behavior of the spin structure function g_1
May 12
Kathy Benson

Emory University
Constructing braneworld field theories
May 19 Ulrich Haisch

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in inclusive radiative B-decays
May 26 Gavin Salam

Paris, LPTHE
Impact of higher orders in the high-energy limit of QCD
June 2 Sekhar Chivukula

Michigan State
Higgsless models in AdS: Lessons from Deconstruction
June 9 No seminar User’s meeting
June 16 Ulrich Baur

SUNY Buffalo
Probing Electroweak Top Quark Couplings at Hadron and Lepton Colliders
June 23 Andreas Weiler

TU Munich
Impact of extra-dimensional physics on rare Kaon decays
June 30 Silvia Pascoli

Determining the neutrino mass hierarchy
July 7 Sören Wiesenfeldt

Sterile Neutrinos and Global Symmetries
July 14 No seminar TeV Particle Astrophysics Workshop,
Witherell Symposium
July 18
Renata Zukanovich

Univ. de São Paulo
Phenomenological Motivations for Future Reactor Neutrino Experiments
July 21 Zoltan Nagy

Zürich University
Matching parton showers to NLO computations
July 28 No seminar CANCELLED
August 4 Hiroshi Nunokawa

Pontifícia Univ. Católica do Rio de Janeiro
Establishing Neutrino Mass Hierarchy and CP Violation by Superbeam
with Twin Megaton Detectors
August 12
Malgorzata Awramik

DESY Zeuthen
Two Loop Electroweak Corrections to Standard Model Observables
August 18 Jörn Kersten

Running Neutrino Masses and Mixings in See-Saw Scenarios
August 25 Pyungwon Ko

Korea Inst. Advanced Study
Partially Composite Two-Higgs Doublet Model
September 1 No seminar enjoy Labor Day
September 8 Darren Forde

All-n Amplitudes in QCD
September 15 Dru Renner

University of Arizona
Parton Distributions from Lattice QCD
September 22 Harald Fritzsch

LMU Munich
Constituent Quarks and the Spin of the Nucleon
September 29 Jay Hubisz

Little Higgs Phenomenology: Past, Present, and Future
October 6 Mu-Chun Chen

Fermion Masses, Neutrino Oscillations and SUSY Grand Unification
October 13 Matthew Nobes

Cornell University
Perturbative Improvement of the Fermilab Fermion Action: Results
and Impact
October 18
Sukanta Dutta

Delhi University
Anomalous Gauge-Boson and Higgs-Boson Couplings
October 27
Gil Paz

Cornell University
An Inclusive Look at Charmless Inclusive B
November 3 Andreas Birkedal

UC Santa Cruz
Measuring Dark Matter at Colliders
November 10
Gouranga Nayak

SUNY Stony Brook
Fragmentation, Factorization and Infrared Poles in Heavy Quarkonium
November 17 Michele Redi

Cosmic D-strings as Axionic D-term Strings
November 24 No seminar
Thanksgiving Day
December 1 Ayres

Zürich University
Exploring the Nature of Matter at Future Colliders
December 8
One West


University of Arizona
Twin Higgs Theories
December 15 Radovan Dermisek

Princeton University
Higgs where it should be
December 22 No seminar
Happy Holidays
December 29 No seminar
Happy Holidays