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High Energy Physics Seminar Schedule

High Energy Physics seminars are presented at 1:30pm on Tuesdays

All speakers will be online through zoom:

https://msu.zoom.us/j/98582717390 (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 11 Rhorry Gauld Uni-Bonn The role heavy-flavour quarks at the LHC: from scattering rates to identified jets - [abstract} Joey Huston
January 18        
January 25        
February 01        
February 08 Wenqiang Gu BNL Measurement of Energy-dependent Inclusive Muon Neutrino Charged-Current Cross Sections on Argon with the MicroBooNE Detector - [abstract] Kendall Mahn
February 15 Kyle Ferguson UCLA Searching for Axion Dark Matter With the South Pole Telescope - [abstract] Nathan Whitehorn

February 22

March 01 Manal Hammad O Almaeen Old Dominion University Inverse Mappers for QCD global analysis - [abstract] Huey-Wen Lin
March 15        
March 22        
March 29 Konstantin Asteriadis BNL Fully differential Higgs production in VBF at NNLO with realistic final states - [abstract] Andreas von Manteuffel
April 05        
April 1 2 Andrew Ludwig Jet Propulsion Lab "Simulating Neutrinos for Space-based & Suborbital Experiments in the Radio and Optical with NuSpaceSim" - [abstract] Nathan Whitehorn
April 19 Brandon Michael Roach MIT X-raying the Dark (Matter) Side with the NuSTAR Observatory - [abstract] Kendall Mahn
April 22 - Special HEP seminar - 1:30 pm - Zoom Stephen Hsu MSU Has Hawking's Black Hole Information Paradox Been Resolved? - [abstact] Joey Huston/Andreas von Manteuffel
April 26 Laurent Lellouch CNRS & Aix-Marseille Univ. Muon g-2: a lattice calculation of the leading hadronic contribution - [abstract] Huey-Wen Lin
May 17 - Special HEP seminar  @ 1:30 pm - In person - Room 3239 BPS
Ben Page CERN Modern Methods for Multi-Scale Loop Amplitude Calculation - [abstract] Andreas von Manteuffel

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Contact Brenda Wenzlick at wenzlic3@msu.edu for more information or if special accommodations are necessary.

Organized by: Joey Huston, Andreas von Manteuffel and Brenda Wenzlick