1;2c AY 2015/2016

Academic Year 2015-2016

Date   Speaker Title
August 31 Masato Yamanaka
Nagoya University
New Process for Charged Lepton Flavor Violation Searches: mu- e- -> e- e- in a Muonic atom
abstract
September 2
SW251 at 11:00am
Zbigniew Was
Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN Cracow Poland
Theory confront experimental data, case of tau lepton decays
abstract
September 7

September 14

September 18
SW251 at 4pm
Matthew Strait
University of Chicago
Double Chooz reactor neutrino oscillation experiment
September 21

September 28

October 5

October 12 Erica Smith
Drexel University
Characterization of Radon Progeny in the EXO-200 Detector Using Machine Learning Algorithms
October 13
SW238 at 12:00pm
James Stapleton
Ohio State University
Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays and Xmax Skewness
October 19

October 26 Joseph Zennamo
University of Chicago
Searching for Sterile Neutrinos with the Fermilab Short-Baseline Neutrino Program
abstract
November 2

November 9

November 16

November 23

November 30 Matthew Heath
Indiana University
Coherent Elastic Neutrino Nucleus Scattering at the Spallation Neutron Source with the COHERENT Collaboration
abstract
December 7 Ben Rybolt
University of Tennessee
State of the art neutrino detection with the Double Chooz detectors and possible practical applications.
abstract
December 14 Marie Boër
University Paris Sud
Spacelike and Timelike Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering and Generalized Parton Distributions
abstract
December 21

January 11

January 18

January 25

February 1

February 8

February 15

February 22 Jamie Tattersall
RWTH AAchen
CheckMATE: Checkmating new physics at the LHC
abstract
February 29 Jeremy Wolcott
Tufts University
Measurement of electron neutrino scattering with MINERvA
March 7

March 11
SW238 at 10:30pm
Aparajita Dattagupta
IU
Observation of Electroweak W+jets production and kinematic tests of vector boson fusion using the ATLAS Detector
March 14

March 21 Daria Zieminska
Indiana University
Observation of a New Resonance State in the Bs pi System
March 28

April 1
SW251 at 4pm
Jure Zupan
Cincinnati U
Renormalization group effects in direct dark matter detection
abstract
April 4 Josh Spitz
University of Michigan
The Importance of Neutrinos From Kaon Decay-at-Rest
abstract
April 11 Rebecca Linck
Indiana University

April 18 Doojin Kim
University of Florida
Top Quark Mass Measurement from the b-jet Energy Spectrum at NLO
abstract
April 25 Horowitz/Urheim, org.
Supernova Neutrino Discussion
May 2 @ 2:00
SW113 (Tea Rm)
Justin Vasel
Indiana University
Detecting Supernovae with the NOvA Detector