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Week of October 18 through October 24, 2010

 

 

MONDAY, October 18

 

12:00

Special Particle Astrophysics Seminar    (NOTE TIME)

1 West

 

Speaker:    Dan Hooper, Fermilab

 

 

Title:           The Observational Case For 7-8 GeV Dark Matter:

                      Fermi, CoGeNT and DAMA

 

 

2:30

Particle Astrophysics Seminar

1 West

 

Speaker:    Andrew Tolley, Perimeter Institute

 

 

Title:           Galileon Inflation and Non-Gaussianities

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

All Experimenters' Meeting

Special Topic:    COUPP 30 Liter Chamber Operation in NuMI Tunnel

Curia II

 

TUESDAY, October 19

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

 

THERE WILL BE NO ACCELERATOR PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY

SEMINAR TODAY

 

 

WEDNESDAY, October 20

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Fermilab Colloquium

1 West

 

Speaker:    Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano, University of Pavia

 

 

Title:           Physics as Information Theory

 

 

THURSDAY, October 21

 

2:30

Theoretical Physics Seminar

Curia II

 

Speaker:    Antonio Delgado, University of Notre Dame

 

 

Title:           The S-MSSM:  The Singlet Saves the Day

 

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

 

THERE WILL BE NO ACCELERATOR PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY

SEMINAR TODAY

 

 


FRIDAY, October 22

 

3:30

DIRECTOR'S COFFEE BREAK

2nd Flr X-Over

 

4:00

Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar    (NOTE LOCATION)

Auditorium

 

Speaker:    Ofer Lahav, University College London

 

 

Title:           Testing the Dark Energy Paradigm with the Dark Energy Survey

 

 

(in conjunction with the Dark Energy Survey collaboration meeting)

 

 

 

***  Fermilab Lecture Series  ***

 

8:00 P.M.

Friday, October 22

Tickets:  $7

Auditorium

Dr. David Archer, University of Chicago presents:

The Long Thaw:  How Humans are Changing the Next 100,000 Years of the Earth's Climate

 

 

October 21, 2010

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