Extreme Beam - A Fermilab lecture series on Physics at the Intensity Frontier Throughout 2009


Unless otherwise noted, all lectures take place on Thursdays at 4 p.m. in Wilson Hall, One West.

Upcoming Lecture:

Past Lectures:

Sensitivity for the Next Decade
Kenneth Long, Physics Department
Imperial College London
[ Video and slides ]

Come Botticelli Nella Sistina -- On The Beauty of Charm
Ikaros Bigi, Department of Physics
University of Notre Dame
[ Video and slides ]

Rare Kaon Decays: Extreme Physics with Extreme Beams
Augusto Ceccucci, Spokesperson for NA62
[ Video and slides ]

07.28.09 (Tuesday)
Rare Kaon vs. LFV Physics in Grand Unified and SU(3)-flavored SUSY
Antonio Masiero, Department of Physics
Universita' di Padova, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
[ Video and slides ]

Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory
Kevin Lesko, Nuclear Science Division
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
[ Video and slides ]

Project X: A multi-MW Proton Source at Fermilab
Steve Holmes, Accelerator Division
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
[ Video and slides ]   [ PDF ]

Neutrinos: To the Terascale and Beyond!
Janet Conrad, Department of Physics
[ Video and slides ]

Neutrino Detectors: Current Techniques, Future Challenges
Chris Walter, Department of Physics
Duke University
[ Video and slides ]

04.28.09 (Tuesday)
The Muon g-2 and New Physics
Bill Marciano, High-Energy Physics Theory Group
Brookhaven National Laboratory
[ Video and slides ]

Neutrino Phenomenology: NOvA and Beyond
Patrick Huber, Department of Physics
Virginia Tech
[ Video and slides ]

Charged Lepton Flavor Violation: Experimental Searches with Muons
Yoshitaka Kuno, Department of Physics
Osaka University
[ Video and slides ]

Charged Lepton Flavor Violation
Junji Hisano, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research
University of Tokyo
[ Video and slides ]