Nuclear and Particle Theory Seminar Fall 2013

Mondays, 2:00pm

MIT Center for Theoretical Physics, Cosman Seminar room 6C-442

Organizers: Jesse Thaler, Andrew Larkoski, Matthew McCullough, Duff Neill



September 9th

"The GeV Gamma-Ray Excess In The Inner Galaxy: A Possible Signal of Annihilating Dark Matter."

Tracy Slatyer, MIT-CTP


September 16th

"Next Generation Electron Beam Experiments to Search for MeV - GeV Scale Dark Matter"

Gordan Krnjaic, Perimeter Institute


September 23rd

``Remarkable Mathematical Structure of Scattering Amplitudes"

Marcus Spradlin, Brown


September 30th

``On Heavy Supersymmetry"

Tim Cohen, SLAC


October 7th

``Supersymmetry with a Sister Higgs"

Neil Weiner, NYU


October 14th Note: not seminar Columbus Day


October 21st

"QCD and its Noisome Pion"

David B. Kaplan, INT, University of Washington


October 28th

``New Light Species and the CMB"

Chris Brust, John Hopkins University


November 4th

``Axion Detection with NMR"

Peter Graham, Stanford


November 11th Note: not seminar Veterans Day


November 18th

"Collisions in ads and the thermalisation of Heavy ions"

Wilke van der Schee, Perimeter Institute


November 25th

"Variable flavor number scheme for final state jets"

Andre Hoang, University Wien


December 2nd

"Hadron Structure in Transverse Momentum Dependent Factorization"

Ted Rogers, CNY Institute, Stony Brook


December 9th

"Effective WIMP Dark Matter"

Spencer Chang, University of Oregon