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Particle Physics Seminar

ATLAS During Construction

The Particle Physics Seminar is held on Wednesdays in room T125 in the Physics Department (Tolansky Laboratory) and starts at 3:30pm (4:00pm on Applicant Visit Days). Tolansky Laboratory is building 21 on the Campus Plan.

Speaker suggestions, offers of talks or enquires are very welcome! Please contact Tracey Berry.

Wednesday  5 October 2016 Tony Weidberg "The ATLAS Tracker Upgrade"

Wednesday  12 October  2016 Patrick Dunne "Higgs to invisible searches on CMS and their combinations within CMS"

Wednesday  19 November 2016  Yuri Shitov "Neutrinos" (TBC)

Wednesday  26  October 2016   Gabriela Gonzalez (LIGO spokeswoman) , "LIGO Gravitaional Waves" JOINT COLLOQIUM at ***Imperial College***

Wednesday  2 November 2016  Jeff Hartnell, " Neutrino Oscillation results with NOVA"

Wednesday  9 November 2016   Jeremie Quevillon, "Effective Field Theories"

Wednesday  23 November 2016  Freya Blekman "CMS Exotic Top Searches" TBC

Wednesday  30  November 2016  Tommaso Dorigo "Anomaly!: controversial phenomena in CDF data and the five sigma criterion in HEP"

Wednesday  7 December 2016 (AVD)

 Wednesday 11th January Dr Tevong You, Cambridge Theory Talk

Wednesday   Phil Allport "Proton beam cancer therapy"

Wednesday  8th February Jonas Rademacker, "The pain, purpose and pleasure of amplitude analyses in flavour physics."

Wednesday Prof Freya Bleckman, "CMS Exotic Top Searches"





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