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High Energy Physics Seminar

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past years:

2016-2017

The monthly High Energy Physics seminar series at Tufts follows recent experimental theoretical developments in neutrino, collider, and other particle physics. Speakers are drawn predominantly from universities in the greater Boston area with occasional visitors from further afield.

Spring 2018

Unless otherwise noted, Spring 2018 seminars are held on Tuesdays at 3:00pm in Room 310 of the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) - 574 Boston Avenue in Medford.

February 13
Measuring reactor neutrino oscillations in the Double Chooz experiment
Ralista Sharankova, Tufts University

April 10
Searching for nu Physics with Liquid Argon Detectors
Roxanne Guenette, Harvard University


Fall 2017

Unless otherwise noted, Fall 2017 seminars are held on Tuesdays at 3:00pm in the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) - 574 Boston Avenue in Medford.

September 12
CLIC, Room 316
Building ATLAS' Inner Tracker: A silicon detector for the High Luminosity LHC era
Hannah Herde, Brandeis University

October 3
CLIC, Room 114
The Pythia8 Event Generator for Particle Collisions: Status and Updates
Steve Mrenna, Fermilab

November 14
CLIC, Room 114
Searching for The Origin of Astrophysical Neutrinos Using a Non-Poissonian Statistical Method
Gabriel Collin, MIT

December 5
CLIC, Room 316
Exploring the High Energy Frontier with Precision Electromagnetic Calorimetry: CMS ECAL & The Search for di-Higgs Production
Toyoko Orimoto, Northeastern University

For inquiries or to suggest a topic, please contact Jeremy Wolcott.