Theory Seminar Schedule

Seminars are usually held in room B-221 of the Physics Building (203) at 3:00 pm.

Click on a title to read an abstract, if available (underlined).
Aroow
8 June 2017
Leonard Gamberg
Penn State Berks
lpg10@psu.edu
TBA
Special Day & Time:
10:30am Tuesday
18 April 2017
Sarah Wesolowski
Ohio State University
wesolowski.14@buckeyemail.osu.edu
Bayesian truncation errors in chiral effective field theory
Special Day:
Wednesday
12 April 2017
Jozef Dudek
College of William and Mary / Jefferson Lab
jjdudek@wm.edu
Coupled-channel meson resonances from QCD
9 March 2017 Artur Ankowski
Virginia Tech
artank@vt.edu
Nuclear Effects in Neutrino and Electron Interactions
23 February 2017 Thomas Klähn
University of Wroclaw
Poland
thomas.klaehn@googlemail.com
Quark Matter in Neutron Stars
9 February 2017 Aleksandr Dubinin
University of Wroclaw
Poland
aleksandr.dubinin@ift.uni.wroc.pl
Mott-hadron resonance gas and lattice QCD thermodynamics
Special Day & Time:
10:30am Tuesday
7 February 2017
Shaoyang Jia
College of William and Mary,
Williamsburg, VA
sjia@email.wm.edu
Gauge covariance of the Schwinger-Dyson equations for QED propagators in Minkowski space
Special Time:
10:30am
26 January 2017
Khépani Raya
IFM-UMSNH
Michoacan, Mexico
khepani@gmail.com
Computing and explaining parton distributions within hadrons
Special Day & Time:
10:30am Tuesday
24 January 2017
Timothy Hobbs
University of Washington,
Seattle, WA
tjhobbs@uw.edu
Quark models for the nucleon on the light-front and in Euclidean space
Special Time:
10:30am
12 January 2017
Alessandro Baroni
Old Dominion University,
Norfolk, VA
abaro008@odu.edu
Nuclear axial currents in chiral EFT and applications to few-nucleon systems
Special Day & Time:
10:30am Tuesday
10 January 2017
Fei Gao
Peking University,
Beijing, China
hiei@pku.edu.cn
Hadron Structure in Continuum-QCD

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