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Particle Physics Seminars 2004-2005

Seminars are usually in HLT1 at 2pm unless otherwise stated

Wednesday 13 October
Dr Yorck Ramachers (Warwick University) - "Double Beta Decay - Low Background Challenges for Non-Accelerator Particle Physics Experiments"

Wednesday 20 October
Dr Stefania Ricciardi (RHUL) - "The BaBar path to CKM enlightenment"

Wednesday 3 November
Dr Cinzia Da Via` (Brunel University) - "3D Silicon detectors for High Energy Physics and Medical Applications"

Wednesday 10 November
Dr Hans Krauss (Univ.of Oxford) - "The CRESST Dark Matter Search"

Wednesday 1 December
Dr Oliver Buchmueller (CERN) - "Towards a precision determination of the two CKM matrix elements |Vcb| and |Vub|"
NB: Time: 4:00pm

Wednesday 15 December
Dr Dan Tovey (Sheffield University) - "SUSY searches at ATLAS"

Wednesday 26 January 2005
Dr Alessandro Baldini (University of Pisa) - "The MEG experiment"

Wednesday 16 February
Dr Matthew Wing (UCL) - "The CALICE Project"
NB: Place: ALT3

Wednesday 2 March
Dr David Cerdeno (IPPP) - "Neutralino Dark Matter in the NMSSM"
NB: Place: BLT2

Wednesday 9 March
Dr Jon Butterworth (UCL) - "Recent Results from HERA and HERA II"
NB: Place: BLT2, Time: 4:00pm

Wednesday 16 March
Dr Amanda Cooper-Sarkar (Univ.of Oxford) - "PDF fits at ZEUS"
NB: Place: BLT2

Wednesday 23 March
Dr Richard Ansorge (Cambridge University) - "From High Energy Physics to Molecular Imaging"
NB: Place: BLT2

Wednesday 13 April
Dr Paul Soler (RAL/University of Glasgow) - "LHCb: a dedicated B physics experiment at the LHC"

Wednesday 27 April
Dr Eusebio Sanchez Alvaro (CIEMAT, Madrid) - "The AMS Experiment"

Wednesday 4 May
Dr Orlando Villalobos-Baillie (Univ.of Birmingham) - "Overview of recent results on heavy ion physics"

Wednesday 11 May
Dr Roberto Chierici (CERN) - "The CMS Experiment"

Seminars from previous years


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