Spring, 2003 schedule. Unless otherwise indicated, HETEPs are at 4pm in 144 Loomis.

Title (or topic)
January 27
no seminar this week
February 3
Charles Plager
University of Illinois
A Search for CP violation in, and a Dalitz analysis of D0 ® p-p+p0 decays in CLEO II.V
February 10
David McGinnis, Fermilab
Accelerator Physics Issues of the Fermilab Run II Collider
February 19
Andreas Hocker
LAL Orsay
Confronting Spectral Functions from e+e- Annihilation and t Decays: Consequences for the Muon Magnetic Moment
joint seminar with the Nuclear Physics Group
February 24
Matthew Wingate
Ohio State University
Toward More Precise Lattice Simulation of B Physics
March 3
Jeff Harvey
University of Chicago
Limits on noncommmutative field theory
March 10
HETEP cancelled this week
March 17
Debbie Errede
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Muon Ionization Cooling Channels and Neutrino Factories
March 19
Gerry Garvey
The Current Status of MiniBooNE
joint seminar with the Nuclear Physics Group
March 24
spring break
March 31
Richard E. Blahut
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Challenges in pattern recognition and signal processing
April 7
Mike Crisler, Fermilab
Do Weakly Interacting Massive Particles Dominate the Matter Density of our Universe? Recent Results and Status of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search.
April 14
Jen-Chieh Peng
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Plan for a New Neutron EDM Experiment
joint seminar with the Nuclear Physics Group
April 15
(Tuesday at noon, 358 Loomis)
Ben Brau
Ohio State University
A measurement of B0-B0bar flavor oscillations with hadronic B0 decays at BaBar
April 21
Phil Bucksbaum
University of Michigan
Ultrafast and High Field X-ray Physics
April 25
(Friday at 3pm, 144 Loomis)
Stuart Freedman
University of California, Berkeley
First Results form the Kamioka Liquid Scintillator Anti-Neutrino Detector
Peter Axel Memorial Lecture
joint seminar with the Nuclear Physics Group
April 28
Huan Lin, Fermilab
Sloan Digital Sky Survey
May 5
Usha Mallik
University of Iowa
A Look At CP Violation From a BaBar Perspective
A Liebman Seminar, sponsored by the University of Illinois Women in Engineering Program through a generous gift of Drs. Judith and Jon Liebman.