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High Energy Physics Seminar Schedule

High Energy Physics seminars are presented at 1:15 pm on Tuesdays

Some speakers will be online through zoom:

Zoom Link (Joining the Zoom meeting requires a password. Please contact one of the organizers, if you haven't received it.)

Slides of the talks can be found here
Recordings are accessible with a MSU account

Date Speaker Institution Title Local Host
January 09        
January 16 Naoko Kurahashi Neilson Drexel University Neutrino Astronomy, From Dram to Reality - [abstract] Kendall Mahn
January 23        
January 30 - Cancelled - Rescheduled to 3/5/2024 Joshua Spitz University of Michigan Using Ancient Rocks to Look for Atmospheric Neutrinos - [abstract]

Nathan Whitehorn

February 05 - Monday @ 10 am - Room 1400 BPS Joshua Isaacson FNAL Achieving Fast & Precise Theory Predictions for Collider Experiments - [abstract] Dean Lee
February 07 - Wednesday @ 10:30 - Room 1400 BPS Gilly Elor University of Texas - Austin Mesogenesis - [abstract] Wade Fisher
February 12 - Monday @ 10:30 - Room 1400 BPS Tobias Neumann William and Mary Realizing the Precision era of collider physics - [abstract] Mark Voit
February 15 - Thursday @ 12 pm - Room 1400 BPS Pavel Nadolsky Southern Methodist University Reinventing CTEQ for 2050's - [abstract] Huey-Wen lin
February 19 - Monday @ 10:30 - Room 1400 BPS Alessandro Vicini Universty of Milano and CERN Precision Physics with Elementary Particles - [abstract] Joey Huston
March 05 Joshua Spitz University of Michigan Using Ancient Rocks to Look for Atmospheric Neutrinos - [abstract] Kendall Mahn/Nathan Whitehorn
March 12 Rafael Aoude University of Edinburgh Probing new physics through entaglement - [abstract] Huey-Wen Lin
March 19 Amy Bender Argonne National Lab TESs and their readout Kendall Mahn
March 26        
April 02 Mainak Mukhopadhyay The Pennsylvania State University Multi-messenger signatures from extreme astrophysical phenomena:  tidal distruption events and BNS mergers - [abstract] Nathan Whitehorn
April 09        
April 16        
April 23 Alexander Plavin Harvard Neutrino Production Mechanisms Shuo Zhang
April 30        

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