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CORNELL LABORATORY FOR ACCELERATOR-BASED SCIENCES AND EDUCATION — CLASSE

Particle Theory Seminars


Seminars are normally held Wednesdays at 1:30 pm in Newman Lab 311.

For more information, please contact Stefan Bosch (sbosch@hepth.cornell.edu).


Spring 2004



January, 28  

Antonio Delgado (Johns Hopkins),
title
Raising the Higgs mass in SUSY models

February, 4  

Hael Collins (Carnegie Mellon),
title
The fate of the alpha vacuum

February, 11  

Sean Fleming (Carnegie Mellon), C A N C E L E D !
title
J/Psi production in e+ e- annihilation at sqrt(s)=10.6 GeV

February, 18  

Cliff Burgess (McGill),
title
Brane Cosmology

February, 25  

Fred Cooper (Los Alamos/NSF),
title
Time dependent variational methods in physics: From the behavior of solitary waves to modelling quantum phase transitions

March, 3  

Brent Nelson (University of Pennsylvania),
title
The Higgs Mass Problem in String-Inspired Models

March, 10  

Roberto Contino (Johns Hopkins),
title
The Higgs as a holographic pseudo-Goldstone boson

March, 17  

Lisa Everett (University of Florida),
title
Phenomenological implications of String-Motivated U(1)' Gauge Models

March, 24  

No Seminar, Spring Break

March, 31  

Lev Kofman (CITA, Toronto),
title
Topics of String Theory in Cosmology

April, 7  

Andreas Birkedal (University of Florida & Cornell),
title
Testing Cosmology at the LHC and NLC

April, 14  

Daniel Larson (Berkeley),
title
Introducing the Fat Higgs

April, 21  

Alex Friedland (Los Alamos),
title
Solar and atmospheric neutrinos as probes of neutrino-matter interactions

April, 28  

Marco Cirelli (Yale),
title
Bounds and signals of sterile neutrinos, in cosmology, astrophysics and the rest

May, 5  

Michael Graesser (Caltech),
title
Stability of a Self-Tuning Model