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

Date
Speaker
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
(Wednesday)
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
(Wednesday)
Gerry Garvey
LANL
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.