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Particle Physics Seminars 2006-2007

Seminars will be in T125 at 3.30pm unless otherwise stated

Wednesday 1 November
Dr Ulrich Kerzel (Cambridge) - "The X(3872) - mesonic molecule or conventional meson?"

Wednesday 8 November
Prof John Womersley (RAL) - "The top quark: 2006 and beyond"

Wednesday 15 November
Dr Chiara Roda (Pisa) - "Jet reconstruction in ATLAS"

Wednesday 22 November
Dr Henning Flaecher (RHUL) - "Testing the Standard Model with Semi-leptonic and Rare B Decays"

Wednesday 17 January
Dr Tracey Berry (RHUL) - "Extra Dimension Searches at the LHC"

Wednesday 7 February
Dr Fabrizio Salvatore (RHUL) - "Tau physics results in BaBar"

Wednesday 28 February
Prof Phil Burrows (Oxford University) - "The status and future prospects of the Particle Physics Programme in the US"

Wednesday 21 March
Dr Mike Kordosky (UCL) - "Results from the first year of MINOS running in the NuMI beam"

Wednesday 28 March
Dr Einan Gardi (Cambridge) - "Inclusive B decay spectra"

Wednesday 18 April
Dr Monika Wielers (RAL) - "E/gamma studies at ATLAS"

Wednesday 25 April
Dr Pasquale Migliozzi (University of Naples) - "Neutrino Oscillations and the Opera Experiment at the Gran Sasso Laboratory"

Wednesday 9 May
Dr Jonathan Hays (Imperial College) - "Prospects for the Higgs at the Tevatron"

Wednesday 30 May
Dr Daniela Bauer (Imperial College) - "D0: B physics performance & trigger - operational experience"

Monday 18 June
Dr Antonella De Santo (RHUL) - "Hunting for SUSY at ATLAS"
NB: Time: 11:30am


Seminars from previous years


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