HEP Spring Seminar Schedule 2016

High Energy Physics Seminars are presented at 1:45 pm on Tuesdays
in 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building

Refreshments are served at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg.

High Energy Physics Journal Club talks are presented at 12:00 pm on Thursdays
in 3239 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building

Date 
(2016)
Speaker Title Local 
Host

12 January

     

19 January

Walter Giele

FNAL

Precision Predictions for the LHC Mohan

26 January

Adam Martin

Northwestern

"Hilbert series for effective field theories" Mohan

2 February
Joint with Nuclear Physics

Joey Huston

MSU

Precision Physics at the LHC Mohan

4 February

PQCD Candidate seminar 1:45 room 1400 BPS

  No seminar Yuan

9 February

PQCD Candidate seminar 1:45 room 1400 BPS

Stefan Hoeche

Stanford

Virtual proton smashers for the Large Hadron Collider Yuan

18 February

PQCD Candidate seminar 1:45 room 1400 BPS

Elisabetta Furlan

Zurich

Precision QCD for the LHC: the Higgs boson (and beyond) Yuan

25 February

PQCD Candidate seminar 1:45 room 1400 BPS

Andreas von Manteuffel

uni-Mainz

"New computational methods for precision physics at the LHC" Yuan

1 March

PQCD candidate seminar 1:45 room 1400 BPS

Jun Gao

ANL

Applications of Perturbative QCD in precison study of heavy quarks Yuan

8 March

 Spring Break 

15 March

Stefan Prestel

Stanford

Accurate simulations of collider events Mohan

23 March

Tesla Jeltema

UC Santa Cruz

Joint with Astronomy scheduled for 3/23/2016 Couch

29 March

Kazuhiro Tobe

Nagoya Univerity

Lepton-flavor-violating Higgs decay h-ut and muon anomalous magnetic moment in a general two Higgs doublet model Yuan

5 April

  No seminar scheduled  
12 April

Sally Dawson

BNL

Exploring Electroweak Symmetry breaking through double Higgs Production Mohan

14 April

Mark Hartz

IPMU

Status and Prospects for CP Violation Discovery in the Long Baseline Neutrino Program in Japan Mahn

19 April

Bryce Littlejohn

IIT Chicago

Precision Reactor Antineutrino Spectrum Measurements: Recent Results and PROSPECTs Mohan

26 April

Tim Tait

Univ. California, Irvine

Self-Interacting Dark Matter from a Non-Abelian Hidden Sector Yuan

 

-Map to the MSU Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building.

-Building accessibility information.

Previous semesters' HEP Seminars:

Fall 2015    Spring 2015
Fall 2014    Spring 2014
Fall 2013    Spring 2013
Fall 2012    Spring 2012
Fall 2011    Spring 2011
Fall 2010    Spring 2010
Fall 2009    Spring 2009
Fall 2008    Spring 2008
Fall 2007    Spring 2007
Fall 2006    Spring 2006
Fall 2005    Spring 2005
Fall 2004    Spring 2004
Fall 2003    Spring 2003
Fall 2002    Spring 2002
Fall 2001    Spring 2001
Fall 2000    Spring 2000
Fall 1999    Spring 1999
Fall 1998    Spring 1998
Fall 1997


Contact Brenda Wenzlick at wenzlick@pa.msu.edu  for more information or if special accommodations are necessary.

Organized by:  Brenda Wenzlick, Sekhar Chivukula and Wade Fisher

This page last updated: 08 April 2016