Nuclear and Particle Theory Seminar

Mondays, 2pm

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

Refreshments will be served

Organizers: R. Jackiw, I. Stewart and Alejandro Jenkins

Schedule (Spring 2008)
  • Monday 1/14/2008, changed to Tuesday 1/15 due to snow storm
    ``Graphene, vorticity and the index theorem"
    Jiannis Pachos, University of Leeds
  • Monday, February 11th
    ``Hierarchy without Color and the LHC "
    Roni Harnik, SLAC Theory Group
  • Wednesday, February 13th note special day
    "Calculating the viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma on the lattice"
    Harvey Meyer, MIT-CTP
  • Monday, February 18th no seminar Holiday
  • Monday, February 25th
    ``RHIC Physics and String Theory: The Fundamental Story "
    David Mateos, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Monday, March 3rd
    ``Effective Field Theory and Collider Physics "
    Matthew Schwartz, Johns Hopkins University
  • Monday, March 10th
    ``The anomalous baryon current and neutrino-photon interactions in the Standard Model "
    Richard Hill, Fermi National Lab.
  • Monday, March 17th
    ``
    Quark Masses: An Environmental Impact Statement "
    Alejandro Jenkins
    , MIT
  • Monday, March 24th no seminar Spring Break
  • Monday, March 31st
    ``Searching for Gravity Waves and New Physics with Atom Interferometry "
    Peter Graham, Stanford
  • Monday, April 7th
    ``Nuclear force from lattice QCD "
    Sinya Aoki, Tsukuba University
  • Monday, April 14th
    "GenEvA: A New Framework for Event Generation"
    Jesse Thaler, UC Berkeley
  • Monday, April 21st no seminar Patriots Day
  • Monday, April 28th
    "Flavorful Supersymmetry
    Michele Papucci. IAS
  • Monday, May 5th
    ``Dynamical QCD medium effects on jet energy loss "
    Magdalena Djordjevic, Ohio State
  • Monday, May 12th
    ``Chiral Gravity in Three Dimensions "
    Andrew Strominger, Harvard
  • Tuesday, (time changed to 3PM) May 13th (Note extra seminar this week only)
    ``Triumvirate of Running Coulings in Small-x Evloution "
    Yuri Kovchegov, Ohio State
    end of semester, see you in the Fall


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