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Week of March 19 through March 25, 2012

 

 

MONDAY, March 19

 

2:30

Particle Astrophysics Seminar

1 West

 

Speaker: Mark Trodden, University of Pennsylvania

 

 

Title: Galileons and Their Generalizations

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

All Experimenters' Meeting

Special Topics: MICE Coupling Coils Testing at Fermilab;

Residual Radiation Cooldown: Main Injector;

T-1008: SuperB Muon Detector Prototype at FTBF

Curia II

 

TUESDAY, March 20

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Accelerator Physics and Technology Seminar

1 West

 

Speaker: Alexander Romanenko, Fermilab

 

 

Title: Superconducting RF Cavities: Extending Knowledge Boundaries

 

 

WEDNESDAY, March 21

 

12:30

Physics for Everyone

Auditorium

 

Speaker: Doug Glenzinski, Fermilab

 

 

Title: A Rare Opportunity, the Mu2e Experiment

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Fermilab Colloquium

1 West

 

Speaker: Joshua Klein, University of Pennsylvania

 

 

Title: From Anomaly to Problem to Physics: Lessons from Solar Neutrinos

 

 

THURSDAY, March 22

 

2:30

Theoretical Physics Seminar

Curia II

 

Speaker: Heechang Na, Argonne National Laboratory

 

 

Title: Precise Calculations on Heavy Flavor Physics from Lattice QCD

 

 

2:30

LHC Physics Center Topic of the Week Seminar

Sunrise

 

Speaker: Ricardo Vasquez Sierra, University of California, Davis

WH11

 

Title: 4th Generation Quark Searches in CMS

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Accelerator Physics and Technology Seminar

1 West

 

Speaker: Charles Thangaraj, Fermilab

 

 

Title: Experimental Studies on Coherent Synchrotron Radiation

at the A0-Photoinjector

 

 


FRIDAY, March 23

 

1:30

LHC Physics Center Topic of the Week Seminar

Sunrise

 

Speaker: Ricardo Vasquez Sierra, University of California, Davis

WH11

 

Title: CMS Pixel Detector Current Status and Upgrade

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar

1 West

 

Speaker: Karsten Heeger, University of Wisconsin

 

 

Title: Observation of Electron-Antineutrino Disappearance at Daya Bay

 

 

 

*** Fermilab Lecture Series ***

 

8:00 P.M.

Friday, March 23

Tickets: $7

Auditorium

Dr. Stan Wojcicki, Stanford University presents:

The Intensity Frontier: A New Challenge for Fermilab

 

 

March 20, 2012

Questions or Comments to M. Dixon: mdixon@fnal.gov