University of Maryland

Seminars & Informal Talks - Spring 2011

Nuclear Physics Spring Semester Seminars (PHYS 748) are scheduled for 11:30 AM in Room 2202 on second floor of the Physics Building (Campus Interactive Map; Parking ) Changes to time/room are noted in the listing below.

Organizers: ENP--Tom Langford, 301-405-6105
                TQHN-- Ilmo Sung, 301-405-6125

Seminars marked with an asterisk (*) are coordinated with George Washington University Physics Department whose seminars are held on Tuesdays at 4:00, Room 101 Corcoran Hall . Click here to see their schedule.


Jan. 24 (Mon.) - Classes Start at University of Maryland

Jan. 26 (Wed.)
    
Evan Berkowitz - University of Maryland
Vortons at High Density

Feb. 2 (Wed.)
Jon Walsh - Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, CA
Using SCET for Jet Physics at Colliders

Feb. 9 (Wed.)     
Chee Sheng Fong - Stony Brook University, NY
Topic on Soft Leptogenesis as a Viable Model of Baryogenesis

Feb. 17 (Thur.)      Note Different Day!
Daniel Phillips - The Ohio University, Athens
Look Mum! No pions! Addressing (some) nuclear-structure issues using "pionless" effective field theories

Feb. 23 (Wed.)     
No seminar arranged.

Mar. 2 (Wed.)     
* Martin Hoferichter - HISKP-Univ. of Bonn, Germany
Isospin Violation in Pion-Nucleon Physics

Mar. 9 (Wed.)     
Thomas Mehen - Duke University, NC
Effective Field Theory for Charmed Meson Molecules

Mar. 16 (Wed.)     
Kostas Orginos - College of William & Mary, Williamsburg VA
Hadron Interactions from Lattice QCD

Mar. 21-25     Spring Break Week

Mar. 30 (Wed.)     
Zhong-Bo Kang - Brookhaven Natl Lab, NY
Single Transverse Spin Asymmetry: Progresses and Puzzles

Apr. 6 (Wed.)     
Daniel Pirjol - Natl Inst for Physics & Nuclear Engineering, Bucharest
Large Nc QCD and the Spin-Flavor Structure of the Quark Interactions

Apr. 13 (Wed.)     
Guy Moore - McGill University, Canada
Second-Order Relativistic Hydrodynamics

Apr 20 (Wed.)     
Andrea Ferroglia - New York City College of Technology
Top Quark Pair Production Beyond Next-to-Leading Order

Apr 27 (Wed.)      -
Speaker to be arranged.

May 4 (Wed.)     
Ahmad Idilbi - Ciudad University, Madrid
Regular and Singular Cases: What is Wrong with Soft-Collinear Effective Theory?

May 10 (Tue.) Last Day of Classes at University of Maryland

May 19 (Thur.)      10:00 AM - Comcast Center
Main University of Maryland Commencement

May 20 (Fri.)    9:00 AM - Cole Field House
CMNS College Commencement Ceremony


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Last updated on 19 April 2011

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