Past Events

2019

90th Compton Lecture Series - What to Do When Gravity Waves, Reed Clasey Essick

11:00 am Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall

Gravitational Waves are a completely new way of observing our universe and have already revolutionized our understanding of multiple types of astrophysical phenomena in the four short years since they were first directly detected. In this lecture series, we’ll review the basics of General Relativity, the modern theory of gravity, how we detect Gravitational Waves on Earth, and investigate what they can tell us about our universe.

Oct 26

2nd Annual John A Simpson Lecture

4:00 pm MCP 201

The Highest-Energy Cosmic Rays – present status and future prospects
Alan Watson, University of Leeds

Oct 21

Accelerator Science Seminar

1:30 pm MCP 215 (Note special time/location)

Analytical Research Tools for Research - the systems that make them whole
Sandra Biedron, University of New Mexico

Oct 21

90th Compton Lecture Series - What to Do When Gravity Waves, Reed Clasey Essick

11:00 am Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall

Gravitational Waves are a completely new way of observing our universe and have already revolutionized our understanding of multiple types of astrophysical phenomena in the four short years since they were first directly detected. In this lecture series, we’ll review the basics of General Relativity, the modern theory of gravity, how we detect Gravitational Waves on Earth, and investigate what they can tell us about our universe.

Oct 19

90th Compton Lecture Series - What to Do When Gravity Waves, Reed Clasey Essick

11:00 am Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall

Gravitational Waves are a completely new way of observing our universe and have already revolutionized our understanding of multiple types of astrophysical phenomena in the four short years since they were first directly detected. In this lecture series, we’ll review the basics of General Relativity, the modern theory of gravity, how we detect Gravitational Waves on Earth, and investigate what they can tell us about our universe.

Oct 12

Particle Physics Seminar

3:30 pm MCP 201

The Future Frontier of Higgs Physics
Ian Low, Northwestern

Oct 7

Electron-Ion Collider Cooling Workshop

Through October 8, 2019 Fermilab

Oct 7

90th Compton Lecture Series - What to Do When Gravity Waves, Reed Clasey Essick

11:00 am Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall

Gravitational Waves are a completely new way of observing our universe and have already revolutionized our understanding of multiple types of astrophysical phenomena in the four short years since they were first directly detected. In this lecture series, we’ll review the basics of General Relativity, the modern theory of gravity, how we detect Gravitational Waves on Earth, and investigate what they can tell us about our universe.

Oct 5

90th Compton Lecture Series - What to Do When Gravity Waves, Reed Clasey Essick

11:00 am Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall

Gravitational Waves are a completely new way of observing our universe and have already revolutionized our understanding of multiple types of astrophysical phenomena in the four short years since they were first directly detected. In this lecture series, we’ll review the basics of General Relativity, the modern theory of gravity, how we detect Gravitational Waves on Earth, and investigate what they can tell us about our universe.

Sep 28

International Workshop on the Circular Electron-Positron Collider

Through September 18, 2019 MCP 201

Since the discovery of the Higgs boson, there have been active planning efforts for the future of high energy physics beyond the LHC, and several Higgs factories based on electron positron colliders have been proposed. This meeting will focus on one such proposal, the Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC), with the goal of promoting collaborations among communities working on future high energy colliders as well as facilitating formation of international collaborations.

Sep 16