Speakers and talks

18 May 2006

  • Andrzej Buras, “Searching for New Physics with Rare Decays and CP Violation.”
  • Ulrich Nierste, “Constraints from flavor physics on the MSSM.”
  • Roberto Pecci, “Matter-antimatter asymmetry and an arrow for time.”
  • Patricia Burchat, “CP violation in the quark sector: what have we learned?”
  • Christopher Quigg, “A Journey in Distant Countries: to the Electroweak Scale and Beyond.”
  • Guido Altarelli, “Electroweak Symmetry Breaking in the Standard Model and Beyond.”
  • Hisakasu Minakata,
  • Gabriela Baremboim, “Neutrinos matter.”
  • Young-Kee Kim,
  • Pierre Petroff, “LHC: Beyond the Standard Model.”
  • Rocky Kolb, “Beyond the Standard Model of Cosmology.”
  • Gilles Gerbier, “Dark Matter.”
  • Alvaro De Rújula, “A theory of Cosmic Rays.”
  • Stan Wojcicki, “Neutrino oscillation experiments - present and future.”
  • Stuart Raby, “Grand Unified Theories in 4, 5 and 10 dimensions.”
  • Riccardo Barbieri, “Electroweak symmetry breaking at the Large Hadron Collider.”
  • Paul H. Frampton, “Beyond the Standard Model of Phenomenology.”
  • Gordon Kane, “Supersymmetry, LHC, and String Phenomenology.”
  • John Womersley, “The top quark - a window on new physics?”
  • Lisa Randall,
  • Charles Bennett, “WMAP cosmology.”
  • Jonathan Ellis, “Search for Supersymmetry.”
  • Bruce Hoeneisen, “New limits from the D0 experiment, and a few crazy ideas.”
  • Frank Wilczek, “Physics and Cosmology of Axions and other Ultralight Fields.”
  • Leon Lederman, “The (not too) far out possibilities of future accelerators.”