Particle Physics Seminars 2008 - 2009

Seminars are held on Wednesdays at 15:30 in room T125 unless indicated otherwise.
Full list of recent and upcoming seminars is below.
Past seminars: (2008/2009) (2007/2008) (2006/2007) (2005/2006) (2004/2005) (2003/2004) (2002/2003) (2000/2001)

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2009 Summer Term

  • Wednesday 6th May - Professor Hans Kraus (Oxford)
    EURECA -- the European Cryogenic Dark Matter Search
    [pdf] [ppt]

  • Wednesday 13th May-HLT1 Dr Chris Hays (Oxford)
    In Pursuit of the Next Discovery: A New Neutral Resonance
    [pdf] [ppt]

  • Wednesday 20th May - HLT1 NB: Venue! Dr Valeria Bartsch (University College London)
    CALICE- building a calorimeter with great energy resolution
    [[pdf] [ppt]

  • Wednesday 27th May - HLT1 NB: Venue! Dr Henning Flaecher (CERN)
    SUSY Searches at CMS

  • Wednesday 3rd June- Dr Elisabeth Falk (Sussex)- HLT1 NB: Venue!
    Neutrino Physics: MINOS, Double Chooz /SNO+

  • Thursday 11th June - Dr Sinead Farrington (Oxford)
    NB: Day,Time and Place! 3:30pm - HLT1

  • Thursday 17th June - Prof Hugue Beauchemin (Oxford)
    NB: Place! 3:30pm - IN243 (International Common Room)

2009 Spring Term

  • Wednesday 14 January - Professor Biagio Lucini (Swansea)
    Beyond the Standard Model calculations using lattice technique

    [abstract] [pdf]

  • Friday 16 January : 14:30**- Dr Ricardo Goncalo (RHUL)
    ATLAS Trigger
    [abstract] [pdf] [ppt] [pptx]

  • Wednesday 28 January ** POSTPONED! - Dr Gary Barker (Warwick)

  • Thursday 12 February - Dr Jonas Rademacker (Bristol)
    Cross-generation Flavour Physics - The measurement of gamma and how CLEO helps
    [abstract] [pdf] [ppt]

  • Thursday 5 March - Dr Alex Tapper (Imperial)
    CMS Trigger
    [abstract] [pdf] [ppt]

  • Wednesday 11 March - Prof B.S. Sathyaprakash (Cardiff)
    [abstract] [ppt]

  • Wednesday 18 March - Dr Todd Huffman (Oxford)

  • Thursday 26 March, 4pm BLT2 - Professor Themis Bowcock (Liverpool) ALERT! NB: Time and Place!
    LHCb - VELO detector

2008 Autumn Term

  • Wednesday 24 September - ATLAS Summer Student Talk - Tony Poll (Southampton)
    Modelling Extra Dimensions with CalcHEP

  • Wednesday 1 October - Dr Simon Jolly (Imperial)
    High Power Proton Accelerator Development at the Front End Test Stand
    [ppt] [abstract]

  • Wednesday 22 October - Professor Ken Peach
    (Director, John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science University of Oxford and Royal Holloway University of London)
    A new accelerator for advanced research and cancer therapy
    [ppt] [abstract]

  • Wednesday 29 October - Professor Terry Sloan (Lancaster)
    Cosmic Rays and Global Warming
    [ppt] [abstract]

  • Wednesday 12 November - Dr Jim Hinton (Leeds)
    HESS, GLAST and CTA: new windows on the extreme universe
    [ppt] [abstract]

  • Friday 14 November - Dr Antonella De-Santo (RHUL)
    The 'Big Bang Experiment'
    Note: Special day and time. The seminar will be held in WIN0-03 at 2pm

  • Wednesday 19 November - Dr Cigdem Issever (Oxford)
    Black Holes
    [pdf] [abstract]

  • Thursday 20 November - Dr Kerim Suruliz (Universita dei Studi di Udine)
    Top quark pair cross-section measurement at ATLAS
    Note: Special Day and Time: Thu, 11am
    [pdf] [abstract]

  • Wednesday 26 November - Dr Adrian Bevan (QMUL)
    'Experimental verification of Kobayashi and Maskawa three generation quark mixing model' **in light of the recent *Nobel Prize* being awarded to Kobayashi and Maskawa for their part of the CKM matrix
    [ppt] [pdf] [abstract]

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