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Winter 2016

Seminars are held on Wednesdays, unless otherwise noted, in Fourth Floor Conference Room (Knudsen 4-134) at 12:00 pm. Refreshments is served 15 minutes prior.
Please note that this quarter, many seminars are held in PAB 4-330 at 12:30 pm.

Winter Quarter 2016 seminars will be listed as soon as the schedule is finalized.

January 19
"Detecting Cosmic Neutrinos with IceCube at the Earth's South Pole"

Speaker: Naoko Kurahashi Neilson, Drexel University
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

January 25
"Using direct stop searches at ATLAS to constrain the parameter space of supersymmetric models"

Speaker: Walter Hopkins, University of Oregon
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

January 28
"Low energy probes of high energy physics"

Speaker: David Moore, Stanford University
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

February 1
"Pushing noble liquids to new limits:  dark matter detection in xenon and superfluid helium"

Speaker: Scott Hertel, UC Berkeley
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

February 11
"Dark Matter Searches with LUX and LZ"

Speaker: Carmen Carmona, UC Santa Barbara
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

February 16
"Astrophysical Neutrinos at the Lowest and Highest Energies: What the Universe can tell us about Neutrinos and what Neutrinos can tell us about the Universe"

Speaker: Nathan Whitehorn, UC Berkeley
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

February 22
"First Oscillation Results From NOvA"

Speaker: Christopher Backhouse, California Institute of Technology
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

February 29
"Broadening the Discovery Potential for New Physics at the LHC"

Speaker: Si Xie, California Institute of Technology
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

March 3
"Discovery and Precision: The two faces of the LHC physics in the coming years"

Speaker: Michail Bachtis, CERN
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm

March 17
"The Hunt for Majorana Neutrinos: A Cold-Hearted Approach"

Speaker: Thomas O'Donnell, UC Berkeley
Location: PAB 4-330 @ 12:30 pm