High-energy & Particle Physics - Physics Division Colloquium

ANL Physics Division Colloquia on

High-energy & Particle Physics



15 May 1981 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div. and Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Magnetic moments of quarks, leptons and hadrons
29 May 1981 C. Prescott, Stanford, Neutral currents - past present and future


9 Oct 1981 D. Ayers, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Are protons forever?
21 May 1982 J. D. Bjorken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Space-Time Description of High Energy Collisions


17 Sep 1982 K. Huang, MIT, Why is the electron so light?
13 May 1983 F. R. Huson, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., A 20 Tev Desertron Collider


30 Sep 1983 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., Fun with Magnetic Monopoles
21 Oct 1983 Daniel Sinclair, U. of Michigan, Recent Results from the IMB Proton Decay Experiment
18 Nov 1983 Blas Cabrera, Stanford U., Superconductive Monopole Detectors
2 Dec 1983 Robert Diebold, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Progress on the Superconducting Super Collider
13 Jan 1984 Gerald A. Smith, Pennsylvania State U., Low Energy NNbar Physics
10 Feb 1984 Blayne Heckel, U. of Washington, The Electric Dipole Moment of the Neutron and 129Xe
23 Mar 1984 Edward W. Kolb, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Massive Magnetic Monopoles in Cosmology and Astrophysics


18 Oct 1985 Dan Friedan, U. of Chicago, String
17 Jan 1986 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann and ANL Physics Div., The Impact of the Discovery of the Antiproton
9 Apr 1986 Frank Close, Rutherford, Lepton Scattering and the EMC Effect


1 May 1987 Lawrence Nodulman, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Collider Detector at Fermilab Confronts Physics


22 Apr 1988 Neil Turok, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Strings in Cosmology


18 Nov 1988 Miklos Gyulassy, LBNL, Quark-Gluon Plasmas, J/psi Suppression, and Pion Interferometry
9 Dec 1988 Jonathan Rosner, U. of Chicago, Electroweak Interactions at the TeV Scale
17 Feb 1989 Peter D. Barnes, Carnegie Mellon U., Search for a Low Mass Six Quark State with Strangeness S=-2


12 Jan 1990 Gerald Gabrielse, Harvard U., An Accurate Measurement of the Antiproton Mass


14 Sep 1990 Gabriel Karl, U. of Guelph, Proton Spin and Baryon Magnetic Moments
9 Nov 1990 Akihiko Yokosawa, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Experiments with Fermilab Polarized Proton and Antiproton Beams


15 Nov 1991 Vernon Hughes, Yale U., The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon
22 Nov 1991 Terence Draper, U. of Kentucky, A Look at the Lattice
10 Jan 1992 Thomas Nash, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Future of Computing in High Energy Physics
6 Mar 1992 Mark J. Oreglia, U. of Chicago, Challenging the Electroweak Model at LEP
15 May 1992 Thomas Fields, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Status Report on the Soudan Proton Decay Experiment


29 Apr 1994 Stephen Kuhlmann, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Results of the Search for the Top Quark from the Collider Detector at Fermilab


9 Sep 1994 Harry Lipkin, Weizmann Institute of Science, The Mossbauer Effect and the Parton Model: from Crystals to Synchrotron Radiation and Heavy Quarks
4 Nov 1994 Norval Fortson, U. of Washington, Probing Particle Phsyics by Measuring Parity Violation and Testing Time Reversal Symmetry in Atoms
11 Nov 1994 Malcolm Derrick, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Physics with High Energy e-p Colliding Beams: Results from the ZEUS Detector at HERA
31 Mar 1995 D. Hywel White, LANL, Evidence For and Against Neutrino Oscillations
5 May 1995 Susan Seestrom, LANL, The Nucleus as an Amplifier for the Weak Interaction
12 May 1995 Bernard Nefkens, U. of California at Los Angeles, What is so Special about ETA Physics
26 May 1995 Herbert Greenlee, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Discovery of the Top Quark


25 Aug 1995 Boris Kayser, National Science Foundation, CP Violation, Beauty, and Quantum Mechanics
10 Nov 1995 Vernon Barger, U. of Wisconsin, Exploring New Physics at a Muon-Muon Collider
12 Jan 1996 Jeffrey Harvey, U. of Chicago, Current Directions in String Theory


14 Mar 1997 Mitio Inokuti, ANL Physics Div., Ugo Fano and Developments in Atomic and Molecular Physics


31 Oct 1997 Jonathan Rosner, U. of Chicago, Particles with Beauty - Windows on New Physics
15 May 1998 Gordon Kane, U. of Michigan, Supersymmetry - What? Why? When?


1 Oct 1999 Wai-Yee Keung, U. of Illinois, Chicago, CP Violation: A Window to See New Physics
3 Dec 1999 Joseph Lykken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Search for Extra Dimensions


20 Oct 2000 David Hertzog, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Precision Measurement of the Muon's Anomalous Magnetic Moment
8 Jun 2001 Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Muon as a Probe of the Standard Model of Particle Interactions


5 Oct 2001 Malcom Derrick, ANL High Energy Physics, HERA ep colliding beam physics:current results and future prospects
30 Nov 2001  Natalie Roe, LBNL, What's the Matter with Antimatter?
5 Apr 2002 Ed Blucher, U. of Chicago, Investigating the Difference Between Matter and Antimatter with Neutral Kaons


7 Feb 2003  Alfred H. Mueller, Columbia U., Small-x behavior and saturation in nuclear and particle physics
16 May 2003  T.-S. Harry Lee, ANL Physics Div., What have we learned recently from few-GeV Electroweak Reactions?
30 May 2003  Scott Thomas, Stanford U., High Energy Colliders as Black Hole Factories: The End of Short Distance Physics


7 Nov 2003 Juan Collar, U. of Chicago, Low-background Detector Development at EFI: WIMPs, Axions, Neutrinos and other Sneaky Beasts
21 Nov 2003 Maria Spiropulu, U. of California Santa Barbara, Space Exploration with Colliders
6 Feb 2004 Chris Quigg, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics
13 Feb 2004 Mitio Inokuti, ANL Physics Div., The Lindau Meeting


24 Sep 2004 Dmitri Diakonov, Jefferson Lab., Pentaquarks: a new kind of elementary particles?
12 Apr 2005 Robert McKeown, CalTech, High-energy Particle Astrophysics Research in K-12 Schools
22 Apr 2005 Steve Geer, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Physics at an Upgraded Fermilab Proton Driver
6 May 2005 Lillian Hoddeson, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Pushing Frontiers in Particle Physics: The Powers and Paradoxes of Megascience


21 Oct 2005  Elizabeth J. Beise, U. of Maryland & National Science Foundation, Strange and Not So Strange Things about the Proton


6 Oct 2006  Craig Roberts, ANL Physics Div., Much Ado About Hadrons
20 Oct 2006  Naomi Makins, U. of Illinois, In Search of L: Orbital Motion in the Land of Quarks
10 Nov 2006  Harry Weerts, High Energy ANL Physics Div., The US Particle Physics Roadmap


18 Apr 2008  Joe Lykken, Fermi National Accelerator Lab. National Accelerator Lab., Twenty Questions at the Large Hadron Collider
27 Mar 2008  Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Physics Div., Cosmology and the LHC


21 Nov 2008  Dan Hooper, Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Hot On The Trail of Particle Dark Matter
17 Apr 2009  John Arrington, ANL Physics Div., Clusters, Correlations and Quarks: a High-Energy Perspective on Nuclei


10 Sep 2010  Kevin Pitts, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Three Decades of the CDF Experiment, Many Decades of Sensitivity
29 Oct 2010 Aldo Antognini, Max and Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and Lab. for Particle Physics, Paul Scherrer Institute., The proton radius puzzle
1 Apr 2011 Sergei Chekanov, ANL High Energy Div., Tests of the Standard Model at the Large Hadron Collider
8 Apr 2011 John Harris, Yale U., Recreating the Primordial Quark-Gluon Soup
13 May 2011  Carlos Wagner, ANL High Energy Div., Searching for New Physics at the Tevatron and the LHC


18 Nov 2011  Dam Thanh Son, U. of Washington, Viscosity, quark gluon plasma, and string theory


7 Sep 2012  Tom LeCompte , ANL High Energy Physics Div., The Outcome of the LHC Search for the Higgs Boson
21 Sep 2012 Geoffrey Greene, ORNL & U. Tennessee, Knoxville, The Neutron Lifetime
28 Sep 2012  Andreas Kronfeld, Fermi National Accelerator Lab, Twenty-first Century Lattice Gauge Theory: Consequences of the QCD Lagrangian
11 Apr 2013  Frank Zimmermann, CERN, LHC accelerator, Higgs factory, and a long-term strategy for High Energy Physics
Slides of talk (10 Mbyte pdf)


15 Nov 2013  Matt Strassler, Harvard U., What the Large Hadron Collider Has Taught Us So Far

 

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