HEP Seminar Schedule: Fall 2017

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. before Tuesday seminars.

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

Date 
(2017)

Speaker

Title

Local
Host

5 September

John Ralston

University of Kansas

Quantum tomography for collider physics: Something new in lepton pair production

[abstract]

Huston

12 September

Bradley Peterson

STSCI

Joint with Astronomy

Exploring the Inner Structure of Active Galactic Nuclei by Reverberation

[abstract]

Linnemann

19 September

Kendall Mahn

MSU

CANCELLED  

26 September

Terrance Figy

Wichita State University

"Stress-testing the VBF Approximation with Higgs Boson Plus Three Jet Production"

[abstract] [slides]

Huston

3 October

Kenichi Hatakeyama

Baylor

Supersymmetry Searches with the CMS Experiment

[abstract]

Huston

10 October

Kirtimaan Mohan

MSU

Characterizing Resonances with Jet Energy Corelators

[abstract]

Huston

18 October

Special HEP Seminar - 11am - Room 1400

Pavel Nadolsky

Southern Methodist University

Cancelled Huston

24 October

Andrew Whitbeck

FNAL

LDMX: a fixed target experiment for discovering light dark matter

[abstract]

Huston

31 October

Ayres Freitas

University of Pittsburgh

"Radiative corrections in universal extra dimensions"

[abstract]

von Manteuffel

8 November

Wednesday from 10-12:30 - Rm 1400 BPS

Nima Arkani-Hamed

Institute for Advanced Studies - Princeton

"Scattering Amplitudes For All Masses and Spins"

[abstract]

Huston

14 November

Joint with AST

Tim Linden

Ohio State

The Rise of the Leptons: Utilizing HAWC Observations to Shed Light on Milky way Pulsars

[abstract]

Linnemann

21 November

Yong Zhao

MIT

"Parton Distribution Functions from the Euclidean Lattice"

[abstract]

Lin

28 November

Adam Martin

Notre Dame

"Discovering Dark Matter at High Nuclear Recoil"

[abstract]

Huston
5 December

Nobuo Sato

Jefferson Lab

Bayesian perspective on global analysis of parton in hadron distributions and parton to hadron fragmentation functions

[abstract]

Lin

7 December

HEP Journal Club

Timothy Hobbs

SMU

Recent progress in modeling hadronic structure functions

[abstract]

von Manteuffel

 

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-Building accessibility information.

Previous semesters' HEP Seminars:

Spring 2017
Fall 2016    Spring 2016
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, Joey Huston and Andreas von Manteuffel

This page last updated: 04 December 2017