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CSS 2013 / Snowmass on the Mississippi (Minnesota)

from Monday, July 29, 2013 (7:45 AM) to Tuesday, August 6, 2013 (6:00 PM)
University of Minnesota

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jul 29, 2013
Jul 30, 2013
Jul 31, 2013
Aug 1, 2013
Aug 2, 2013
Aug 3, 2013
Aug 4, 2013
Aug 5, 2013
Aug 6, 2013
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7:45 AM
Live Stream Info - Click to view URL (until 8:00 AM) ()
8:00 AM
Opening Plenary Session -Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) Prof. Jonathan Rosner (University of Chicago) (until 3:45 PM) (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
Remote connection to EVENING plenary
Remote connection to MORNING plenary
8:30 AM Welcome and Introduction from the Head of Physics and Astronomy and The Dean of the Colllege of Science and Engineering - Steve Crouch Ron Poling   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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8:45 AM Welcome and Orientation - Prof. D. Cronin-Hennessy (University of Minnesota)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:00 AM Introduction and Organization from DPF - Prof. Jonathan Rosner (University of Chicago)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:10 AM Energy Frontier - Michael Peskin (SLAC)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:30 AM Computing Frontier - Steven Gottlieb (Indiana Univ.)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:50 AM Intensity Frontier - Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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10:10 AM Instrumentation Frontier - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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10:30 AM Video Project Announcement   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
10:31 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 AM Cosmic Frontier - Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) Prof. Steve Ritz (UCSC and SCIPP)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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11:20 AM Outreach   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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11:40 AM Capabilities - Gil Gilchriese Prof. William Barletta (MIT)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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12:00 PM --- Lunch Break ---
1:30 PM Young Snowmass Viewpoint - Dr Jonathan Asaadi (Syracuse University)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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1:45 PM DOE Viewpoint - Jim Siegrist (DOE)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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2:15 PM NSF Viewpoint - Dr Saul Gonzalez (NSF)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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2:40 PM New Fermilab Director - Nigel Lockyer   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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3:15 PM --- Coffee Break ---
8:00 AM
Capabilities Frontier: Parallel Session (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 145)
8:00 AM
Computing Frontier: Parallel Sessions - Steven Gottlieb (Indiana Univ.) Dr Lothar Bauerdick (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 415)
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8:00 AM Computing Frontier: E1 Cosmic - Andrew Connolly Alex Szalay   (Blegen 415)
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8:30 AM Computing Frontier: E2 Energy - Jim Shank Dr Ian Fisk (Fermilab)   (Blegen 415)
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9:00 AM Computing Frontier: T1 Accelerator Science - Estelle Cormier Dr Panagiotis Spentzouris (Fermilab)   (Blegen 415)
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9:30 AM Computing Frontier: T3 Lattice Field Theory - Thomas Blum (University of Connecticut) Dr Don Holmgren (Fermilab) Dr Ruth Van de Water (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Blegen 415)
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10:00 AM Computing Frontier: T2 Astrophysics and Cosmology - Anthony Mezzacappa Salman Habib   (Blegen 415)
10:30 AM Computing Frontier: E3 Intensity - Stephen Wolbers (Fermilab) Mayly Sanchez (Iowa State University) Dr Brian Rebel (Fermilab)   (Blegen 415)
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11:00 AM Computing Frontier: T4 Perturbative QCD - Laura Reina Prof. Markus Wobisch (Louisiana Tech University) Mr Stefan Hoeche (SLAC)   (Blegen 415)
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11:30 AM Computing Frontier: Discussion and Wrap Up   (Blegen 415)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Prof. Angela Olinto (The University of Chicago) Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) Prof. James Beatty (Ohio State) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 155)
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8:00 AM VERITAS - Prof. Jamie Holder (University of Delaware)   (Blegen 155)
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8:20 AM CTA - Prof. Stefan Funk (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Blegen 155)
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8:40 AM HAWC - Brenda Dingus (Los Alamos National Lab)   (Blegen 155)
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9:00 AM GAPS - TBA   (Blegen 155)
9:20 AM IceCube - Doug Cowen (Penn State)   (Blegen 155)
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9:40 AM PINGU - Doug Cowen (Penn State)   (Blegen 155)
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10:00 AM --- Coffe Break ---
10:20 AM Auger - Prof. James Matthews (Louisiana State University)   (Blegen 155)
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10:40 AM JEM/EUSO - Alex Kusenko (UCLA)   (Blegen 155)
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11:00 AM Askaryan Experiments - Mrs Amy Connolly (OSU)   (Blegen 155)
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11:20 AM Telescope Array - Prof. John Belz (University of Utah)   (Blegen 155)
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8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University) Dr Sarah Church (Stanford University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 130)
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8:00 AM CF-5: Introduction - Dr Sarah Church (Stanford University) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University)   (Blegen 130)
8:05 AM Dark Energy: Why Go Further - Andrew Tolley (Case Western) Mark Trodden (Penn) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Ian Shipsey (Purdue University) Steve Kahn (Stanford/SLAC)   (Blegen 130)
9:45 AM Cosmic Frontier: Dark Energy and CMB (CF5): [Coffee Break]   (Blegen 130)
10:15 AM Dark Energy: Controlling Systematic Uncertainties - Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University)   (Blegen 130)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. Leslie Rosenberg (University of Washington) Alex Kusenko (UCLA) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 125)
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8:00 AM Overview of CF3 Science and Summary Document - Prof. Leslie Rosenberg (University of Washington)   (Blegen 125)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University) Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Prof. Cristiano Galbiati (Princeton University) Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota) Hamish Robertson (U. of Washington) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 135)
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8:00 AM Working Group A and B - Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Dan Bauer (Fermilab)   (Blegen 135)
8:00 AM Working Group C - Bob Jacobsen (UC Berkeley) Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota)   (Blegen 135)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier - Doug Cowen (Penn State) Prof. Stefano Profumo (UC Santa Cruz) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 110)
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8:00 AM Joint CF2+CF6 session (see CF6 schedule)   (Blegen 110)
11:00 AM CF2 Report Update and Discussion   (Blegen 110)
8:00 AM
One-minute Video Interview (until 5:00 PM) (Humphrey 186(Recording room), 170(Practice room))
8:15 AM
Energy Frontier Plenary - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 11:00 AM) (Anderson 210)
8:20 AM Higgs - Prof. Chris Tully (Princeton University)   (Anderson 210)
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8:40 AM Electroweak - Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Anderson 210)
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9:00 AM QCD - Prof. Joey Huston (Michigan State University)   (Anderson 210)
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9:20 AM New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions - Meenakshi Narain (Brown University)   (Anderson 210)
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9:40 AM Flavor at High Energy - Prof. Soeren Prell (Iowa State University)   (Anderson 210)
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10:00 AM Energy Frontier Plenary: [coffee break]   (Anderson 210)
10:30 AM Top - Prof. Robin Erbacher Erbacher (UC Davis)   (Anderson 210)
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8:30 AM
Frontier Capabilities - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:30 PM) (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM Introduction - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Blegen 105)
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8:45 AM Connection to dark matter experiments - Michael Witherell (UCSB)   (Blegen 105)
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9:00 AM Connection to neutrinoless double beta decay and other nuclear physics experiments - Josh Klein (University of Pennsylvania)   (Blegen 105)
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9:15 AM Discussion   (Blegen 105)
9:45 AM Frontier Capabilities: [Coffee Break]   (Blegen 105)
10:15 AM Reactor Experiments and underground capabilities - Karsten Heeger (University of Wisconsin)   (Blegen 105)
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10:30 AM Non-proliferation Detectors and Underground Capabilities - Adam Bernstein (LLNL)   (Blegen 105)
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10:40 AM Long baseline neutrinos, atmospheric neutrinos, proton decay and underground capabilities - Prof. Henry Sobel Sobel (University of California)   (Blegen 105)
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10:55 AM Low-Energy Neutrinos and Underground Capabilities - Kate Scholberg (Duke University)   (Blegen 105)
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11:10 AM Discussion   (Blegen 105)
11:30 AM Underground capabilities and Detector R&D - Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota)   (Blegen 105)
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11:45 AM Organization of US Underground Capabilities and Wrap Up - Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Blegen 105)
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12:00 PM Discussion   (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Internal Meetings (until 12:00 PM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Presentation of executive summery - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
10:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey Atrium)
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10:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Synthesis Talk: Pixelization - Dr Clarence Chang (Argonne National Lab)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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11:15 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Synthesis Talk: Pixelization - Maurice Garcia-Sciveres (LBNL)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory) Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab) Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 370)
8:30 AM Project X and the Big Questions - Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University)   (Anderson 370)
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9:00 AM The Project X Accelerator Concept - Stephen Holmes (Fermilab)   (Anderson 370)
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9:30 AM Neutrino Physics with Project X - Prof. Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech)   (Anderson 370)
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10:00 AM Intensity Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Anderson 370)
10:30 AM Broader Impacts: Energy research applications - Dr David Senor (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   (Anderson 370)
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10:50 AM Broader Impacts: Material Science research applications - Gregory MacDougall (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)   (Anderson 370)
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11:10 AM Rare Processes with Project X - Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)   (Anderson 370)
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11:40 AM Open Discussion   (Anderson 370)
10:30 AM
Theory Panel - Sally Dawson (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 120)
10:30 AM Theory Panel: Discussion of Theory Community Issues - Prof. Wang Dr Estia Eichten (FNAL) Dr Marcela Carena (Fermilab) Prof. Tao Han (Univ. of Pittsburgh) Patrick Draper (UC Santa Cruz) G Paz Ms Su-Yin Wang (IPAS/Fermilab/NKNU) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University) Dr David Sanford (Caltech) Alex Kusenko (UCLA)   (Blegen 120)
11:00 AM
Energy Frontier and Capabilities Frontier Joint Plenary - Marc Ross (Fermilab) Prof. William Barletta (MIT) Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 210)
11:00 AM Hadron Collider Capabilities for the Energy Frontier - Prof. Marco BATTAGLIA (UCSC and LBNL)   (Anderson 210)
11:30 AM Lepton Collider Capabilities for the Energy Frontier - Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
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8:00 AM
Computing Frontier: Parallel Sessions -Dr Lothar Bauerdick (Fermilab) Steven Gottlieb (Indiana Univ.) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 415)
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8:00 AM Computing Frontier: I2 Distributed Computing and Facility Infrastructures - Richard Gerber Ken Bloom (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)   (Blegen 415)
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8:45 AM Computing Frontier: I3 Networking - Gregory Bell Michael Ernst (BNL)   (Blegen 415)
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9:30 AM Computing Frontier: I4 Software Development, Personnel, Training - Ruth Pordes (Fermilab) Dr Peter Elmer (Princeton University) David Brown (LBNL)   (Blegen 415)
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10:15 AM Computing Frontier: I5 Data Management and Storage - Michelle Butler Richard Mount   (Blegen 415)
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11:00 AM Computing Frontier: Larry Price, Department of Energy: Agency View of the Computing Frontier   (Blegen 415)
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11:30 AM Computing Frontier: Discussion and Wrap Up   (Blegen 415)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Dr Sarah Church (Stanford University) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 130)
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8:00 AM CF-5: Neutrinos in the Cosmos - Anze Slosar (BNL) Duncan Hanson (McGill) Alex Kusenko (UCLA) Robert Svoboda (UC Davis) Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) Dr Boris Kayser Kayser (Fermilab)   (Blegen 130)
9:30 AM Cosmic Frontier: Dark Energy and CMB (CF5): [Coffee Break]   (Blegen 130)
10:00 AM CF-5: Facilities - David Weinberg (Ohio State University)   (Blegen 130)
8:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier: Individual Contributions (CF3) (until 10:15 AM) (Blegen 125)
8:00 AM
One-minute Video Interview (until 5:00 PM) (Humphrey 186(Recording room), 170(Practice room))
8:30 AM
Computing Frontier: accelerator science -Dr Panagiotis Spentzouris (Fermilab) Estelle Cormier (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM computational accelerator science needs towards laser-plasma accelerators for future colliders and DOE-HEP accelerator modeling activities - Dr Cameron Geddes (LBNL)   (Blegen 105)
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9:15 AM modeling of dielectric accelerator - Prof. John Cary   (Blegen 105)
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10:00 AM research and development needs in computational accelerator science for the intensity frontier - Dr James Amundson   (Blegen 105)
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10:45 AM MAP - Dr Robert Ryne   (Blegen 105)
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8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Electroweak: Joint session with Higgs, Higgs coupling discussion - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 140)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Flavor: Discussion - amarjit soni (BNL)   (Blegen 140)
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8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Coupling and width discussion - Jianming Qian (University of Michigan) Prof. Rick Van Kooten (Indiana University)   (Blegen 150)
CMSFit
Current draft
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8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions: Discussion: overlap session with CF, IF (NP report)   (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 145)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Alphas on the lattice - Paul Mackenzie (Fermilab)   (Blegen 145)
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9:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Discussion of future alphas determinations - Prof. Frank Petriello (University of Wisconsin) Prof. Kenichi Hatakeyama (Baylor University) John Campbell (Fermilab) Prof. Joey Huston (Michigan State University)   (Blegen 145)
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8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 435)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Top: Contributed Talks, t tbar resonances; single top and ttH - Reinhard Schwienhorst (Michigan State University) Prof. Kaustubh Agashe (University of Maryland)   (Blegen 435)
8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Cosmic Frontier Joint Meeting -Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) (until 10:30 AM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM CF1 Instrumentation R&D   (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint Meeting With CF1 and CF2 - Dr Andrew Sonnenschein (Fermilab) Dan Bauer (Fermilab) David Nygren (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University) Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
10:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. John Jaros (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University) Dr William Wester (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 230)
8:30 AM Motivating Searches for Hidden Sector Particles in the next Decade - Philip Schuster   (Anderson 230)
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9:00 AM Welcome, Goals, Plans for the Week - Prof. John Jaros (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Anderson 230)
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9:15 AM Extending the Reach of Fixed Target Experiments - Philip Schuster   (Anderson 230)
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9:30 AM Thoughts on Future Heavy Photon Searches - Tim Nelson (SLAC)   (Anderson 230)
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9:55 AM Reach Estimates for Future Searches - Mathew Graham (SLAC)   (Anderson 230)
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10:20 AM --- Break ---
10:35 AM DarkLight Upgrades - Ray Cowan   (Anderson 230)
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11:00 AM Hidden Sector Searches at the LHC - Andrew Haas (NYU)   (Anderson 230)
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11:25 AM Discussion: New Approaches for A’ Searches   (Anderson 230)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: Quark Flavor Physics - Zoltan Ligeti (LBL) Dr Joel Butler (Fermilab) Prof. Jack Ritchie (University of Texas at Austin) Yuval Grossman (Cornell University) Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech) Brendan Casey (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 270)
8:30 AM Quark Flavor/Charged Leptons Joint - SuperKEKB/Belle I and the J-PARC physics program - Masanori Yamauchi (KEK)   (Anderson 270)
9:20 AM Quark Flavor/Charged Leptons Joint: LHCb and the LHCb Upgrade - Abolhassan Jawahery (University of Maryland)   (Anderson 270)
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9:50 AM Intensity Frontier: Quark Flavor Physics: [Coffee Break]   (Anderson 270)
10:30 AM Belle II: Physics and Organization - Thomas Browder (University of Hawaii)   (Anderson 270)
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11:00 AM Belle II: U.S. Belle II Project - James Fast (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   (Anderson 270)
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11:20 AM Belle II: (US Role) in Belle II Computing - Dr David Asner (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   (Anderson 270)
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11:40 AM Belle II: Panel Q&A - James Fast (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Thomas Browder (University of Hawaii) Dr David Asner (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Masanori Yamauchi (KEK)   (Anderson 270)
9:00 AM
Frontier Capabilities -Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab) Prof. William Barletta (MIT) Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 350)
10:15 AM
Cosmic Frontier - Alex Kusenko (UCLA) Prof. Leslie Rosenberg (University of Washington) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 125)
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10:25 AM
Energy Frontier Plenary -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 210)
10:30 AM Future Searches for New Physics at the LHC with ATLAS and CMS - Prof. Beate Heinemann (UC Berkeley)   (Anderson 210)
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11:00 AM Future Higgs Physics Potential at the LHC with ATLAS and CMS - Prof. Markus Klute (MIT)   (Anderson 210)
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11:30 AM Questions and Discussion - Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University)   (Anderson 210)
10:30 AM
Cosmic Frontier - Hamish Robertson (U. of Washington) Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Prof. Cristiano Galbiati (Princeton University) Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University) Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 230)
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10:30 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. Stefano Profumo (UC Santa Cruz) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University) Doug Cowen (Penn State) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 230)
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10:30 AM Discussion of CF2 Report/Recommendations   (Anderson 230)
10:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier -Prof. Gary Varner (University of Hawaii) Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Humnphrey Auditorium)
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10:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Data Delivery and ASIC Development - Dr gunther haller (slac)   (Humnphrey Auditorium)
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10:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: Mu2e II & III -Dr Douglas Glenzinski (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 250)
10:30 AM Current Status of Mu2e-II Feasibility Studies - Dr Doug Glenzinski (Fermilab)   (Anderson 250)
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11:00 AM DIO Studies with x10 Muon Flux - David Brown (LBNL)   (Anderson 250)
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11:30 AM DIO Studies for Ti Stopping Target - Dr Kyle Knoepfel (Fermilab)   (Anderson 250)
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10:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: storage ring EDMs - Brendan Casey (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 110)
10:30 AM Intro to storge ring EDMs and proton EDM - Dr Yannis Semertzidis (BNL)   (Blegen 110)
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11:15 AM Discussion   (Blegen 110)
11:00 AM
Intensity Frontier -Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Prof. Angela Olinto (The University of Chicago) Prof. James Beatty (Ohio State) Cecilia Lunardini (University of Washington) Prof. Nikolai Tolich (University of Washington) Kara Hoffman (until 12:30 PM) (Anderson 370)
11:00 AM PINGU Mass Hierarchy Sensitivity - Prof. Tyce DeYoung (Penn State University) Prof. Darren Grant (University of Alberta) Doug Cowen (Penn State)   (Anderson 370)
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11:15 AM Implications of IceCube Astrophysical Neutrinos - Nathan Whitehorn (UW-Madison)   (Anderson 370)
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11:30 AM Supernova Burst Neutrinos with LBNE - Alexander Friedland (Los Alamos National Lab)   (Anderson 370)
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11:50 AM The Future of GZK Neutrino Searches - Dr Abigail Vieregg (Harvard University)   (Anderson 370)
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12:10 PM Discussion   (Anderson 370)
8:00 AM
Computing Frontier: accelerator science -Dr Panagiotis Spentzouris (Fermilab) Estelle Cormier (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 105)
9:00 AM Summary writting - All   (Blegen 105)
8:00 AM
Intensity and Capabilities Frontier Joint (until 12:30 PM) (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Energy Frontier Joint Meeting (until 12:30 PM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session: Introduction - Prof. Andy White (U. texas at Arlington) Dr Thomas LeCompte (Argonne National Laboratory) Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:40 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session: Detector challenges for e+e- - Marcel Stanitzki   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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9:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session: Detector challenges for mu+mu- - Dr Anna Mazzacane (Fermilab)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
9:20 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session: E summary paper & detector challenges for Hadron Collider Issues - Prof. Ulrich Heintz (Brown University)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
9:40 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session: Discussion   (Humphrey Auditorium)
10:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey Auditorium)
11:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Continued Discussion   (Humphrey Auditorium)
11:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Synthesis Talk: Mechanics and Power - Dr Carl Haber (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier - Kate Scholberg (Duke University) Prof. Nikolai Tolich (University of Washington) Cecilia Lunardini (University of Washington) Kara Hoffman Dr Jose Alonso (LBNL) Adam Bernstein (LLNL) Dr Boris Kayser Kayser (Fermilab) Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) Prof. Kevin Pitts (University of Illinois) Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL) Prof. Jonathan Link (Virginia Tech) (until 10:00 AM) (Anderson 270)
8:30 AM Nu5 Summary: Anomalies and New Physics - Steve Geer (FNAL)   (Anderson 270)
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9:00 AM Nu6 Summary: Astrophysical and Cosmological Neutrinos - Cecilia Lunardini (University of Washington) Kara Hoffman   (Anderson 270)
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9:30 AM Nu7 Summary: Neutrinos and Society - Adam Bernstein (LLNL)   (Anderson 270)
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8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) K.S. Babu (Oklahoma State University) Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL) Prof. Kevin Pitts (University of Illinois) Prof. Ed Kearns (Boston University) Kate Scholberg (Duke University) (until 12:20 PM) (Anderson 250)
8:30 AM Physics in Large Underground Detectors - Dr Boris Kayser Kayser (Fermilab)   (Anderson 250)
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9:00 AM LBNE - Dr Milind Diwan (BNL) James Strait (FNAL) Prof. Robert Wilson (Colorado State University)   (Anderson 250)
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9:55 AM Discussion   (Anderson 250)
10:00 AM --- Break ---
10:30 AM Hyper-K Physics Potential - Prof. Masashi Yokoyama (University of Tokyo)   (Anderson 250)
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10:50 AM Status of Hyper-K R&D and Project - Prof. Tsuyoshi NAKAYA (Kyoto University)   (Anderson 250)
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11:05 AM Daedalus - Matt Toups   (Anderson 250)
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11:20 AM Discussion   (Anderson 250)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: Mu2e II & III -Dr Douglas Glenzinski (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 230)
8:30 AM Tracker and Calorimeter Performance for Mu2e-II Scenarios - Dr Aseet Mukherjee (Fermilab)   (Anderson 230)
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9:00 AM Studies of neutron/photon rates at CRV with 1 or 3 GeV proton beams - Dr David Hedin (Northern Illinois University)   (Anderson 230)
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9:30 AM Studies of the production target for 100 kW at 1 or 3 GeV proton beams - Dr Vitaly Pronskikh (Fermilab)   (Anderson 230)
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10:00 AM Intensity Frontier: Mu2e II & III: [Coffee Break]   (Anderson 230)
10:30 AM Studies of the PS Performance at Project X beams - Dr Michael Lamm (Fermilab) TBA   (Anderson 230)
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11:00 AM On using BaF as a fast scintillator for an upgraded calorimeter for Mu2e-III - Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech)   (Anderson 230)
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8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. John Jaros (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University) Dr William Wester (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 210)
8:30 AM Searching for light dark matter and other hidden sector particles - Philip Schuster   (Anderson 210)
8:45 AM Next generation e-­‐ beam dump searches - Dr Gordan Krnjaic (Johns Hopkins, Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
9:10 AM Next generation proton beam dump searches - Brian Batell (Perimeter Institute)   (Anderson 210)
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9:35 AM Next searches with e+e-­‐ colliding beams - Bertrand Echenard (Caltech)   (Anderson 210)
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10:00 AM Next generation e+e-­‐ searches for light Dark Matter - Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University)   (Anderson 210)
10:10 AM New Hidden Sector Particle Searches - Prof. Yuri Gershtein (Rutgers University)   (Anderson 210)
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10:35 AM --- Break ---
10:50 AM Preview of Rouven’s NLWCP Colloquium & Discussion   (Anderson 210)
11:20 AM Preview of William’s NLWCP Colloquium & Discussion   (Anderson 210)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: Quark Flavor Physics -Dr Joel Butler (Fermilab) Prof. Jack Ritchie (University of Texas at Austin) Zoltan Ligeti (LBL) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 130)
8:30 AM Review of Lattice QCD for Quark Flavor Physics - Jack Laiho (University of Glasgow)   (Blegen 130)
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9:00 AM Delta I=1/2 rule & more from the lattice - amarjit soni (BNL)   (Blegen 130)
9:30 AM Inclusive B decay theory - Gil Paz (Wayne State University)   (Blegen 130)
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10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM Experimental Panel Discussion of Issues in Quark Flavor Physics   (Blegen 130)
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9:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University) Dr Sarah Church (Stanford University) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 370)
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9:00 AM Introduction - Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University)   (Anderson 370)
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9:30 AM CF-5 Report: Distances - Nikhil Padmanabhan (Yale University) Alex Kim (LBNL)   (Anderson 370)
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9:50 AM CF-5 Report: Structure - Dragan Huterer (University of Michigan) David Kirkby (UC Irvine)   (Anderson 370)
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10:10 AM CF-5 Report: Cross-Correlations - David Weinberg (Ohio State University) Jason Rhodes (JPL)   (Anderson 370)
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10:30 AM Cosmic Frontier: CF Plenary: Dark Energy and CMB (CF5): [Coffee Break]   (Anderson 370)
11:00 AM CF 5 Report: Novel Probes - Bhuvnesh Jain (University of Pennsylvania)   (Anderson 370)
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11:20 AM CF-5 Report: Neutrinos in the Cosmos - Kevork Abazajian (UC Irvine)   (Anderson 370)
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11:40 AM CF-5 Report: Inflation - Adrian Lee (UC Berkeley) John Carlstrom (University of Chicago)   (Anderson 370)
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9:00 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Markus Luty (UC Davis) Prof. Liantao Wang (University of Chicago) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 10:00 AM) (Blegen 155)
9:00 AM
Frontier Capabilities -Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab) Prof. William Barletta (MIT) Murdock Gilchriese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 350)
9:00 AM
Intensity Frontier: Storage ring EDMs - Brendan Casey (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 110)
9:00 AM Electron EDM with an electrostatic ring - Dr William Morse (BNL)   (Blegen 110)
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9:30 AM Discussion   (Blegen 110)
10:15 AM --- coffee ---
10:45 AM Electron EDM with an all magnetic ring - Dr Richard Talman (Cornell)   (Blegen 110)
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11:15 AM Discussion   (Blegen 110)
8:00 AM
Intensity Frontier: Mu2e II & III (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 230)
8:00 AM
Joint Meeting: Intensity, Cosmic, and Energy Frontiers: Origin of the Cosmological Matter-Anti Matter Asymmetry -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Ramsey-Musolf Michael (Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison) Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 10:00 AM) (Anderson 210)
8:00 AM Affleck-Dine Baryogesis - Prof. Michael Dine (UCSC)   (Anderson 210)
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8:20 AM Novel symmetry breaking & formal issues - Prof. Hiren Patel (University of Wisconsin)   (Anderson 210)
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8:40 AM MSSM baryogenesis & EDMs - Mr Jonathan Kozaczuk (UCSC)   (Anderson 210)
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9:00 AM Transport Theory for Electroweak Baryogenesis and Leptogenesis - Prof. Ramsey-Musolf Michael (Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Anderson 210)
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9:20 AM Leptogenesis - Prof. Mu-chun Chen (University of California, Irvine)   (Anderson 210)
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9:40 AM Discussion of 3 frontier relevant experiments for baryogenesis - Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington)   (Anderson 210)
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8:30 AM
Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Theoretical aspects of n-nbar oscillations (until 3:40 PM) (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Theoretical models of n-nbar oscillations - K.S. Babu (Oklahoma State University)   (Blegen 105)
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8:50 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: n-nbar oscillation phenomenology - Mike Snow   (Blegen 105)
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9:10 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: n-nbar transition in nuclei - Prof. Arkady Vainshtein (University of Minnesota)   (Blegen 105)
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9:30 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: NNbar Inside Nuclei (discussion) - Prof. Yuri Kamyshkov (University of Tennessee)   (Blegen 105)
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10:00 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: [Coffee Break]   (Blegen 105)
10:30 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-Motivation for NNbarX - Mike Snow   (Blegen 105)
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10:50 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-Experimental sensitivity - Prof. Yuri Kamyshkov (University of Tennessee)   (Blegen 105)
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11:10 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-Experimental challenges and opportunities - David Baxter   (Blegen 105)
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1:30 PM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-Detector configuration and options - Prof. Albert Young (North Carolina State University/Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory)   (Blegen 105)
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2:00 PM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-eutron mirror optics and participation of Japan - Hiro Shimizu   (Blegen 105)
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2:20 PM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: NNbarX R&D Needs (discussion) - Prof. Yuri Kamyshkov (University of Tennessee)   (Blegen 105)
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2:30 PM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Experimental aspects-Experimental questions and discussion   (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM
Capabilities Frontier (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 5)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Electroweak: Multi-boson processes - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Blegen 135)
10:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Electroweak: Precision Observables - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 140)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Flavor: Meet with Peskin and Brock   (Blegen 140)
9:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Flavor: Discussion   (Blegen 140)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Discussion of Lattice uncertainties on alpha_s and m_b - Paul Mackenzie (Fermilab)   (Blegen 150)
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9:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Discussion of Double Higgs Production - Heather Logan (Carleton University)   (Blegen 150)
10:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Discussion of Higgs Spin/Mass - Prof. Andrei Gritsan (Johns Hopkins University)   (Blegen 150)
11:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Discussion of BSM - Sally Dawson   (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions: Discussion   (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 145)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Discussion (PDFs) / work on report   (Blegen 145)
10:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Meet with Peskin and Brock   (Blegen 145)
11:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Group discussion   (Blegen 145)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 435)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Top: General Discussion - Prof. Robin Erbacher (UC Davis) K Melnikov   (Blegen 435)
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11:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Top: Meet with Peskin and Brock   (Blegen 435)
8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier (until 11:00 AM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Welcome, goals of E.T. subgroup - Jim Alexander (Cornell University)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:35 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Search for Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay Using Fast Photo-Detectors and Quantum-Dot-Doped Scintillators - Andrey Elagin (University of Chicago)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:55 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Amorphous/Nanocrystalline Silicon Thin Films for Particle Detectors - Jim Kakalios   (Humphrey Auditorium)
9:15 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Atomic Layer Deposition for High Energy Physics - Lessons and Opportunities - Dr Matt Wetstein (University of Chicago/ANL)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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9:35 AM Instrumentation Frontier: MEMS Technology for Radiation Sensors - Chris Kenney (SLAC)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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10:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University) Prof. John Jaros (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Dr William Wester (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 310)
8:30 AM Laser experiments - Dr William Wester (Fermilab)   (Anderson 310)
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8:50 AM IAXO Helioscope - Michael Pivovaroff   (Anderson 310)
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9:15 AM Chameleons - Dr Amol Upadhye (Argonne National Lab)   (Anderson 310)
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9:50 AM CHEX, chameleon search at Jlab - Jim Boyce   (Anderson 310)
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10:10 AM --- Break ---
10:30 AM Discussion: What new technologies/facilities are needed for future hidden sector searches? - Athanasios Hetzikoutelis (Univ of Tennessee)   (Anderson 310)
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11:00 AM Final Discussion, conclusions and writing assignments   (Anderson 310)
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier - Mary Bishai (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Karsten Heeger (University of Wisconsin) Prof. Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech) Prof. Kevin Pitts (University of Illinois) Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL) Kate Scholberg (Duke University) Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) (until 10:00 AM) (Anderson 250)
8:30 AM Nu1 in a Nutshell - Karsten Heeger (University of Wisconsin)   (Anderson 250)
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8:35 AM Physics with Existing Facilities   (Anderson 250)
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8:50 AM Mass Hierarchy Studies   (Anderson 250)
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9:05 AM CP Violation Reach in the Next Decade and Beyond - Prof. Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech)   (Anderson 250)
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9:20 AM Long Term Physics Prospects - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London)   (Anderson 250)
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9:35 AM Muon Accelerators: An Integrated Path to Intensity and Energy Frontier Physics Capabilities - Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Anderson 250)
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9:00 AM
Intensity Frontier: mu to e gamma and mu to 3 e -Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 270)
9:00 AM mu to e gamma at Project X - Dr Chih-hsiang Cheng (Caltech)   (Anderson 270)
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9:30 AM mu to 3e at Project X - Bertrand Echenard (Caltech)   (Anderson 270)
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10:00 AM Another approach to mu to e gamma - Prof. Franco Grancagnolo (Lecce)   (Anderson 270)
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10:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 AM Discussion   (Anderson 270)
9:00 AM
Intensity Frontier: Quark Flavor Physics -Prof. Jack Ritchie (University of Texas at Austin) Dr Joel Butler (Fermilab) Zoltan Ligeti (LBL) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 130)
9:00 AM ORKA: Probing New Physics - Elizabeth Worcester (BNL)   (Blegen 130)
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9:30 AM ORKA: R&D Priorities and Opportunities - Steve Kettell (BNL)   (Blegen 130)
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9:45 AM ORKA: Discussion - Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab) Steve Kettell (BNL)   (Blegen 130)
10:00 AM Intensity Frontier: Quark Flavor Physics: [Coffee Break]   (Blegen 130)
10:30 AM Joint Quark Flavor/Instrumentation: SiPM technology for high-rate intensity frontier experiments - Adam Para (Fermilab)   (Blegen 130)
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11:00 AM Joint Quark Flavor/Instrumentation: Crystal calorimetry for high-rate intensity frontier experiments - Dr Ren-yuan Zhu (Caltech)   (Blegen 130)
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11:30 AM Joint Quark Flavor/Instrumentation: Discussion   (Blegen 130)
9:00 AM
Intensity Frontier: Storage ring EDMs - Brendan Casey (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 110)
9:00 AM Tasks, milestones, who is doing what   (Blegen 110)
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10:00 AM Intensity Frontier: Storage ring EDMs [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey 170)
10:30 AM Tasks, milestones, who is doing what   (Blegen 110)
9:30 AM
Theory Panel -Prof. Michael Dine (University of California Santa Cruz) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 120)
9:30 AM Theory Panel: Discussion of Theory Community Issues - Prof. Michael Dine Prof. Nima Arkani-Hamed (IAS Princeton) Prof. Yuri Gershtein (Rutgers) Prof. Hill Richard Prof. Markus Luty (University of California Davis) Prof. Hitoshi Murayama (IPMU) Dr Simona Rolli (DOE) K Dienes Prof. Maxim Perelstein (Cornell University) I hINCHLIFFE (LBNL) K Olive Prof. Howard Baer (University of Oklahoma) Prof. Kaustubh Agashe (University of Maryland) Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine)   (Blegen 120)
10:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. James Beatty (Ohio State) Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Prof. Angela Olinto (The University of Chicago) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 370)
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10:00 AM CF A - Prof. James Beatty (Ohio State) Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Anderson 370)
11:05 AM CF B and C - Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington)   (Anderson 370)
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11:25 AM Tough question discussion - Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) Prof. James Beatty (Ohio State) Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Anderson 370)
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10:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier (until 12:30 PM) (Blegen 130)
11:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint with Intensity Frontier: Heavy Flavors - Dr David Asner (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Prof. Jack Ritchie (University of Texas at Austin)   (Blegen 130)
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10:30 AM
Intensity Frontier - Kate Scholberg (Duke University) Prof. Mike Kordosky (William and Mary) Jorge G. Morfin (Fermilab) Prof. Rex Tayloe (Indiana University) Ben Monreal Hamish Robertson (U. of Washington) Dr Steven Elliott (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Lisa Kaufman (Indiana University) Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) Prof. Kevin Pitts (University of Illinois) Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 250)
10:30 AM Nu2: Majorana vs. Dirac Summary - Lisa Kaufman (Indiana University)   (Anderson 250)
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11:00 AM Nu3: Neutrino Mass Summary - Hamish Robertson (U. of Washington)   (Anderson 250)
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11:30 AM Nu4: Neutrino Interactions Summary - Prof. Rex Tayloe (Indiana University)   (Anderson 250)
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8:30 AM
Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Panel discussions on n-nbar (until 11:30 AM) (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: Answering community questions - Prof. Albert Young (North Carolina State University/Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory) Mike Snow Hiro Shimizu Prof. Yuri Kamyshkov (University of Tennessee) David Baxter K.S. Babu (Oklahoma State University) Prof. Chris Quigg (Fermilab) Dr Robert Tschirhart (Fermilab)   (Blegen 105)
10:00 AM Baryon Number Violation Parallel: General discussion   (Blegen 105)
8:30 AM
Capabilities Frontier (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 5)
9:00 AM WG1: Hadron Colliders Report Draft - Dr Soren Prestemon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Prof. Marco BATTAGLIA (UCSC and LBNL)   (Blegen 5)
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9:20 AM WG2: Lepton Colliders Report Draft - Markus Klute (MIT) Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Blegen 5)
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9:40 AM WG3: High Intensity Secondary Beams Driven by Protons Draft Report - Sergei Nagaitsev (FNAL)   (Blegen 5)
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10:00 AM WG4: High Intensity Electron and Photon Beams Draft Report - Prof. Gary Varner (University of Hawaii)   (Blegen 5)
10:20 AM WG6: Accelerator Technologies Testbeds and Test Beams Draft Report - Dr Vladimir Shiltsev (FNAL) Prof. Georg Hoffstaetter (Cornell University)   (Blegen 5)
10:40 AM Draft Capabilities Summary - Prof. William Barletta (MIT)   (Blegen 5)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Electroweak: Group work and QCD discussion - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Blegen 135)
11:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Electroweak: Group Discussion with Michael and Chip - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Blegen 135)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 140)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Flavor: Discussion   (Blegen 140)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Group Discussion with Michael and Chip   (Blegen 150)
9:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Higgs: Group Work   (Blegen 150)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions: Discussion: Public response to input on NP report   (Blegen 155)
10:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions: Meet with Peskin and Brock   (Blegen 155)
11:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: New Particles, Forces, and Dimensions: Discussion   (Blegen 155)
8:30 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel -Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 145)
8:30 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: ATLAS jet and ETMiss performance under HL-LHC conditions - Dr Ariel Schwartzman   (Blegen 145)
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9:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Discussion (higher order and EWK)   (Blegen 145)
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10:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: QCD: Discussion / work on report   (Blegen 145)
8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) (until 11:00 AM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Joint session with Intensity Frontier - Steve Ketell Robert Svoboda (UC Davis) Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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10:30 AM --- Coffee ---
8:30 AM
Intensity Frontier: mu to e gamma and mu to 3 e -Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech) (until 11:30 AM) (Anderson 270)
8:30 AM Surface Muon Beams at PSI - Dr Peter Winter (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Anderson 270)
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9:00 AM Surface muon beam at Project X - Robert PLUNKETT (Fermilab)   (Anderson 270)
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9:30 AM Discussion   (Anderson 270)
9:00 AM
Cosmic Frontier: CF Plenary: Dark Matter (CF1-CF4) - Konstantin Matchev (University of Florida) Prof. Manoj Kaplinghat (University of California, Irvine) Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota) Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University) Prof. Cristiano Galbiati (Princeton University) Hamish Robertson (U. of Washington) Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University) Doug Cowen (Penn State) Prof. Stefano Profumo (UC Santa Cruz) Alexander Kusenko (UCLA) Prof. Leslie Rosenberg (University of Washington) Dr Dan Hooper (Fermilab) (until 12:00 PM) (Anderson 370)
9:00 AM CF4 Summary - Dr Dan Hooper (Fermilab)   (Anderson 370)
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9:20 AM CF1 Summary - Prof. Cristiano Galbiati (Princeton University)   (Anderson 370)
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9:40 AM CF2 Summary - Prof. David Williams (U.C. Santa Cruz)   (Anderson 370)
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10:00 AM Cosmic Frontier: CF Plenary: [Coffee Break]   (Anderson 370)
10:15 AM CF3 Summary - Prof. Leslie Rosenberg (University of Washington)   (Anderson 370)
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10:35 AM CF Facilities (Part 1) - Michael Witherell (UCSB)   (Anderson 370)
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10:55 AM CF Facilities (Part 2) - Dr karen byrum (argonne national lab)   (Anderson 370)
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11:15 AM Tough Questions Discussion - Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine)   (Anderson 370)
9:00 AM
Energy Frontier Parallel - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 435)
9:00 AM Energy Frontier Parallel: Top: Overflow talks and discussions - Reinhard Schwienhorst (Michigan State University) Prof. Cecilia Gerber (UIC)   (Blegen 435)
11:00 AM
Instrumentation Frontier -Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab) Prof. Gary Varner (University of Hawaii) Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 12:00 PM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
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11:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Speed - Prof. Gary Varner (University of Hawaii)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
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8:30 AM
Instrumentation Frontier Parallel: Internal Meetings (until 12:00 PM) (Humphrey Auditorium)
8:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Reading and critique of summary report and exectuive summary - Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
10:00 AM Instrumentation Frontier: [Coffee Break]   (Humphrey Auditorium)
10:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: CPAD Future (funding models) - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University)   (Humphrey Auditorium)
11:30 AM Instrumentation Frontier: Discussion   (Humphrey Auditorium)
9:30 AM
Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: Physics Goals and Accelerator Technologies -Dr Stuart Henderson (Fermilab) (until 12:15 PM) (Anderson 210)
9:30 AM Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: Introduction - Dr Stuart Henderson (Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
9:35 AM Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: Physics Opportunities - Dr Estia Eichten (Fermilab) Mike Shaevitz (Columbia University)   (Anderson 210)
10:15 AM Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: Accelerator Technology in the Current Era - Stephen Holmes (Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
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10:55 AM Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: Technologies for Intensity beyond the Present Era - Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
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11:35 AM Colloquium: Opportunities with High Intensity Accelerators Beyond the Current Era: From Intensity to Energy Frontier - Jean-Pierre Delahaye (SLAC)   (Anderson 210)
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10:30 AM
Theory Panel -Prof. Michael Dine (University of California Santa Cruz) (until 12:00 PM) (Blegen 5)
10:30 AM Theory Panel: Discussion of Theory Community Issues - Dr Simona Rolli (DOE) K Dienes (National Science Foundation) D Gross (KITP) Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University) Steven Gottlieb (Indiana Univ.) K Melnikov   (Blegen 5)
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7:30 AM
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8:30 AM
Summary Plenary - Gil Gilchriese Patricia McBride (Fermilab) Prof. Michael Dine (University of California Santa Cruz) Prof. Nicholas Hadley (The University of Maryland) (until 6:00 PM) (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
8:30 AM Introduction, Welcome, and Organization - Prof. Jonathan Rosner (University of Chicago)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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8:35 AM Why Particle Physics Matters - Kathryn Jepsen   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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8:40 AM Intensity Frontier - Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:45 AM Computing Frontier - Dr Lothar Bauerdick (Fermilab)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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10:35 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:05 AM Cosmic Frontier - Prof. Steve Ritz (UCSC and SCIPP) Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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12:10 PM --- Lunch ---
1:55 PM Communication, Education, and Outreach - Prof. D. Cronin-Hennessy (University of Minnesota)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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2:45 PM Instrumentation Frontier - Dr Ronald Lipton (Fermilab)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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3:35 PM --- Coffee Break ---
4:05 PM HEP and Nuclear Physics: Fundamental Symmetries and Interactions - Michael Ramsey-Musolf   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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4:45 PM HEP and Astrophysics - Prof. Angela Olinto (The University of Chicago)   (Ted Mann Concert Hall)
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9:00 AM
Communication, Education and Outreach (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 130)
8:30 AM
Summary Plenary -Dr Robert Bernstein (Fermilab) Prof. Howard Haber (University of California, Santa Cruz) (until 1:00 PM) (Ted Mann)
8:30 AM Capabilities Frontier - Marc Ross (Fermilab) Prof. William Barletta (MIT)   (Ted Mann)
9:35 AM Energy Frontier - Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University)   (Ted Mann)
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10:40 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:10 AM View from Europe - Prof. Tatsuya Nakada (EPFL)   (Ted Mann)
11:30 AM View from Japan-Sachiyo Komamiya - Sachio Komamiya (The University of Tokyo)   (Ted Mann)
11:50 AM Summary of Snowmass - Ian Shipsey (Purdue University)   (Ted Mann)
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12:30 PM Moving forward with P5 - Andrew Lankford (UC Irvine)   (Ted Mann)
12:40 PM Summary from DPF Chair - Prof. Jonathan Rosner (University of Chicago)   (Ted Mann)
9:00 AM
Communication, Education and Outreach (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 130)
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3:45 PM
Colloquium - Alexander Kusenko (UCLA) (until 6:00 PM) (Ted Mann)
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3:45 PM Astrophysical Evidence and Particle Candidates - Prof. Manoj Kaplinghat (University of California, Irvine)   (Ted Mann)
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4:00 PM Experimental Probes - Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University)   (Ted Mann)
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4:30 PM Putting It All Together: Information from Coliders, Space, and Underground - Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine)   (Ted Mann)
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4:45 PM Tough Questions - Prof. Liantao Wang (University of Chicago) Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Prof. Daniel McKinsey (Yale University) Prof. Manoj Kaplinghat (University of California, Irvine) Prof. James Buckley (Washington University)   (Ted Mann)
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5:15 PM Discussion   (Ted Mann)
8:00 PM
Public Lecture: Supernovae, Dark Energy, and Our Accelerating Universe: Speaker Saul Perlmutter -Prof. Priscilla Cushman (University of Minnesota) (until 10:00 PM) (Coffman Union Great Hall)
12:00 PM
Communication, Education and Outreach - Katie Yurkewicz (Fermilab) Mike Lubell Dr Herman White (FRA) Kyle Cranmer Michael Barnett (until 1:45 PM) (Humphrey 180)
12:00 PM Discussion points - Katie Yurkewicz (Fermilab)   (Humphrey 180)
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12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
1:00 PM
Advanced Network Services for Experiments (ANSE) project - Harvey Newman (Caltech) (until 6:30 PM) ()
4:30 PM Welcome and Introduction - Harvey Newman (Caltech)   ()
5:00 PM PhEDEx update - Tony Wildish (Princeton University)   ()
5:45 PM PanDA update - Kaushik De (University of Texas at Arlington)   ()
1:30 PM
Live Stream Info: Click File Icon To Right For Link (until 1:45 PM) (http://mediasite.uvs.umn.edu/Mediasite/Viewer/?peid=e4ae7f3c555b48288636bcb7bec3d4b5)
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1:45 PM
Colloquium: Higgs boson, Higgs sector, and naturalness - Michael Peskin (SLAC) Prof. Raymond Brock (Michigan State University) (until 4:10 PM) (Ted Mann)
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1:45 PM Colloquium: Higgs couplings: What more must we learn about the Higgs? What accuracy is needed? What is the size of the Higgs sector? - Sally Dawson   (Ted Mann)
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2:15 PM Colloquium: Extended Higgs, flavor, and low-energy observables - Roni Harnik (FNAL)   (Ted Mann)
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2:35 PM Colloquium: Tough Questions and Answers - Dr Timothy Barklow (SLAC) Michael Peskin (SLAC) Heather Logan (Carleton University) Jianming Qian (University of Michigan) Markus Klute Prof. Chris Tully (Princeton University)   (Ted Mann)
3:35 PM Colloquium: Open Discussion   (Ted Mann)
4:30 PM
Panel -Dr Marcela Carena (Fermilab) (until 6:00 PM) (Ted Mann)
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4:30 PM Comments - Dr Marcela Carena (Fermilab)   (Ted Mann)
4:35 PM Comments - Nima Arkani-Hamed   (Ted Mann)
4:40 PM Comments - Kyle Cranmer   (Ted Mann)
4:45 PM Comments - Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine)   (Ted Mann)
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4:50 PM Comments - Prof. Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University)   (Ted Mann)
4:55 PM Comments - Dr Regina Rameika (Fermilab)   (Ted Mann)
5:00 PM Discussion   (Ted Mann)
6:30 PM
Snowmass Reception -Prof. D. Cronin-Hennessy (University of Minnesota) (until 8:00 PM) (Weisman Art Museum)
12:00 PM
Communication, Education and Outreach -Dr Herman White (FRA) Inga Karliner Ken Cecire Peggy Norris Kyle Cranmer Michael Barnett Dr Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermilab) Dr Joseph Lykken (Fermilab) Thomas Jordan (University of Florida/QuarkNet) Katie Yurkewicz (Fermilab) (until 1:45 PM) (Humphrey 215)
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
12:00 PM
Snowmass Young Lunch Session (until 1:30 PM) (Blegen 150)
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1:45 PM
Colloquium: Neutrino mass, mixing and Grand Unification -Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) Dr Sam Zeller (FNAL) Kate Scholberg (Duke University) Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory) (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 150)
1:45 PM Colloquium: Neutrino mass, mixing and Grand Unification: Baryon Number Violation Overview - K.S. Babu (Oklahoma State University)   (Tate 150)
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2:05 PM Colloquium: Neutrino mass, mixing and Grand Unification: Neutrino Theory Overview - Prof. Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech)   (Tate 150)
2:25 PM Colloquium: Neutrino mass, mixing and Grand Unification: Neutrino Experiment Overview - Karsten Heeger (University of Wisconsin)   (Tate 150)
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2:45 PM Colloquium: Neutrino mass, mixing and Grand Unification: Tough Questions Panel - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London) Jon Urheim (Indiana University) Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Josh Klein (University of Pennsylvania) Dr Boris Kayser Kayser (Fermilab) Prof. Bonnie Fleming (Yale University) Dr Steve Brice (FNAL) Prof. Ed Kearns (Boston University)   (Tate 150)
3:20 PM Colloquium: Discussion, Q&A   (Tate 150)
2:00 PM
Advanced Network Services for Experiments (ANSE) project (until 6:00 PM) (Tate 210)
3:00 PM ANSE status update - Harvey Newman (Caltech)   (Tate 210)
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3:30 PM View from CMS - Tony Wildish (Princeton University)   (Tate 210)
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3:50 PM View from ATLAS - Kaushik De (University of Texas at Arlington)   (Tate 210)
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4:10 PM LHCONE, DYNES and other related projects - Artur Barczyk (Caltech)   (Tate 210)
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4:30 PM
Panel -Dr Steve Brice (FNAL) (until 6:00 PM) (Tate 150)
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4:30 PM Comments - Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech)   (Tate 150)
4:35 PM Comments - Steve Kettell (BNL)   (Tate 150)
4:40 PM Comments - Eva Silverstein   (Tate 150)
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4:45 PM Comments - Dave Wark   (Tate 150)
4:50 PM Comments - Prof. Mark Wise (Caltech)   (Tate 150)
4:55 PM Comments - Dirk Zerwas   (Tate 150)
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5:00 PM Discussion   (Tate 150)
6:00 PM
Cosmic Frontier -Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) (until 8:00 PM) (Tate 210)
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6:00 PM Primordial Non-Gaussianity after Planck   (Tate 210)
6:30 PM What do B Modes Tell Us   (Tate 210)
7:00 PM Panel Discussion - Dragan Huterer (University of Michigan) Liam McAllister (Cornell University) Daniel Green (KIPAC/SLAC) Eva Silverstein (SLAC)   (Tate 210)
6:00 PM
Intensity Frontier -Prof. Jonathan Link (Virginia Tech) (until 7:30 PM) (Tate 166)
6:00 PM nuSTORM Primer - Prof. Alan Bross (Fermilab)   (Tate 166)
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6:20 PM Sterile Neutrinos: Context and Capability - Prof. Jonathan Link Link (Virginia Tech)   (Tate 166)
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6:35 PM Cross Sections: Context and Capability - Jorge G. Morfin (Fermilab)   (Tate 166)
6:50 PM nuSTORM at CERN - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London)   (Tate 166)
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7:00 PM Physics of the Muon Machines Beyond nuSTORM - Dr Estia Eichten (Fermilab)   (Tate 166)
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7:20 PM Discussion   (Tate 166)
7:30 PM
Conveners Mid-Course Meeting (until 9:00 PM) (Tate 435)
12:00 PM
Communication, Education and Outreach - April Burke Katie Yurkewicz (Fermilab) (until 1:45 PM) (Humphrey 215)
12:00 PM Communication Training   (Humphrey 215)
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12:00 PM
Internal Meeting of US-Japan Taskforce (until 1:45 PM) (Blegen 105)
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
1:00 PM
Advanced Network Services for Experiments (ANSE) project (until 3:00 PM) (Tate 210)
1:45 PM
Colloquium: Cosmic surveys - Dark energy, inflation, neutrinos, etc. -Prof. Klaus Honscheid (Ohio State University) (until 4:00 PM) (Mayo Auditorium)
1:45 PM What can be learned from surveying the sky? - Dr Scott Dodelson (Fermilab)   (Mayo Auditorium)
1:50 PM Beyond Einstein: The Physics Driving Cosmic Acceleration - Nikhil Padmanabhan   (Mayo Auditorium)
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2:15 PM Cosmic surveys: Extending the Reach - Nikhil Padmanabhan (Yale) Bhuvnesh Jain (University of Pennsylvania)   (Mayo Auditorium)
2:30 PM Tough Questions and Discussion - Daniel Eisenstein Risa Wechsler Prof. Steven Kahn (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Andrew Tolley   (Mayo Auditorium)
3:00 PM Beyond Planck: Neutrino and GUT-Scale Physics from the Cosmos - John Carlstrom   (Mayo Auditorium)
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3:25 PM Tough Questions and Discussion   (Mayo Auditorium)
1:45 PM
Colloquium: Precision Frontier - Finding New Physics Through Loops and Radiative Corrections - Michael Peskin (SLAC) (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 150)
1:45 PM Colloquium: Precision Frontier: Status and future of precision electroweak observables - Prof. Doreen Wackeroth (University at Buffalo, SUNY)   (Tate 150)
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2:25 PM Colloquium: Precision Frontier: Low-energy electroweak observables: parity violation, g-2, etc - Prof. Shufang Su (University of Arizona)   (Tate 150)
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2:40 PM Colloquium: Precision Frontier: Tough Questions and Answers - John Campbell (Fermilab) Graham Wilson (University of Kansas) Dr Ruth Van de Water (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University)   (Tate 150)
3:15 PM Colloquium: Precision Frontier: Open Discussion   (Tate 150)
4:30 PM
Panel -Prof. Nicholas Hadley (The University of Maryland) (until 6:00 PM) (Tate 150)
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4:30 PM Comments - Prof. Nicholas Hadley (The University of Maryland)   (Tate 150)
4:35 PM Comments - Jerry Blazey (NIU)   (Tate 150)
4:40 PM Comments - Mischa Fisher   (Tate 150)
4:45 PM Comments - Kate Kirby   (Tate 150)
4:50 PM Comments - April Burke   (Tate 150)
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4:55 PM Comments - Steve Vigdor   (Tate 150)
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5:00 PM Discussion   (Tate 150)
6:00 PM
Cosmic Frontier -Prof. Jonathan Feng (UC Irvine) Kathy Turner Prof. Steve Ritz (UCSC and SCIPP) (until 7:30 PM) (Tate 150)
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6:00 PM DOE and NSF Cosmic Frontier Programs - Dr Jim Whitmore (NSF) Dr Kathy Turner (DOE)   (Tate 150)
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6:30 PM Discussion with PIs   (Tate 150)
6:00 PM
PI meetings with agency (until 7:30 PM) (STSS 220)
6:00 PM DOE Program Managers’ Meeting with Principal Investigators - Dr Abid Patwa (Department of Energy)   (STSS 220)
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7:30 PM
Intensity Frontier (until 8:30 PM) ()
12:00 PM
Communication, Education and Outreach - Katie Yurkewicz (Fermilab) Peggy Norris Inga Karliner Ken Cecire Kyle Cranmer Michael Barnett Dr Joseph Lykken (Fermilab) Dr Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermilab) Dr Herman White (FRA) Thomas Jordan (University of Florida/QuarkNet) (until 1:45 PM) (Humphrey 215)
12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
1:45 PM
Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Physics goals and technologies (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 150)
1:45 PM Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Physics goals - Markus Luty (UC Davis)   (Tate 150)
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2:05 PM Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Technology challenges of high energy pp colliders - Dr Soren Prestemon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Tate 150)
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2:25 PM Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Technology challenges of high energy lepton colliders - Kaoru Yokoya   (Tate 150)
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2:45 PM Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Tough Questions and Answers - Mark Hogan (SLAC) Dmitri Denisov (Fermilab) Dr Michael Lamm (Fermilab) Dr Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Tate 150)
3:15 PM Colloquium: Energies beyond LHC: Open Discussion   (Tate 150)
1:45 PM
Colloquium: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles (until 4:00 PM) (Mayo Auditorium)
1:45 PM Colloquium: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles: Exploring Dark Sectors - Prof. Rouven Essig (Stony Brook University)   (Mayo Auditorium)
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2:15 PM Colloquium: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles: Axion-like Particles - Dr William Wester (Fermilab)   (Mayo Auditorium)
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2:45 PM Colloquium: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles: Why Searches for Dark Sectors are Important - Prof. Nima Arkani-Hamed   (Mayo Auditorium)
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3:15 PM Colloquium: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles: Panel Discussion (Moderator: J. Jaros)   (Mayo Auditorium)
4:30 PM
Panel -Dr Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermilab) (until 6:00 PM) (Tate 150)
Live Stream Link
4:30 PM Comments - Prof. Robert Rosner   (Tate 150)
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4:35 PM Comments - Prof. Laura Greene   (Tate 150)
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4:40 PM Comments - Prof. Randal Ruchti (National Science Foundation)   (Tate 150)
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4:45 PM Comments - Prof. Hendrik Weerts (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Tate 150)
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4:50 PM Comments - Prof. Terry Jones (UMN)   (Tate 150)
4:55 PM Comments - Prof. Hitoshi Murayama (University of California, Berkeley & IPMU, University of Tokyo)   (Tate 150)
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5:00 PM Discussion   (Tate 150)
8:00 PM
Public Event: "Physics Slam on Ice" - Jim Kakalios (until 9:30 PM) (Ridder Arena (Hockey Rink))
8:00 PM Public Event: "Physics Slam on Ice" - Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Vladimir Savinov Prof. Mark Messier (Indiana University) Dr Stuart Henderson (Fermilab) Sarah Demers (Yale) Kyle Cranmer   (Ridder Arena (Hockey Rink))
8:45 PM Half Time/Ipad Giveaway   (Ridder Arena (Hockey Rink))
9:00 PM Public Event: "Physics Slam on Ice" - Prof. Tim Tait (UC Irvine) Vladimir Savinov Prof. Mark Messier (Indiana University) Dr Stuart Henderson (Fermilab) Sarah Demers (Yale) Kyle Cranmer   (Ridder Arena (Hockey Rink))
12:00 PM
Communication, Education and Outreach -Dr Joseph Lykken (Fermilab) Dr Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermilab) (until 1:45 PM) (Anderson 210)
12:00 PM Communication, Education and Outreach: Panelists - Prof. Maria Spiropulu (Caltech) Prof. Steve Ritz (UCSC and SCIPP) Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) Dr Steve Brice (FNAL) Dr Joel Butler (Fermilab)   (Anderson 210)
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12:00 PM --- Lunch ---
1:45 PM
Colloquium: High Energy Cosmic Particles -Prof. Ann Nelson (University of Washington) (until 4:00 PM) (Mayo Auditorium)
1:45 PM Colloquium: High Energy Cosmic Particles: Cosmic Particles and Fundamental Physics - Prof. Angela Olinto (The University of Chicago)   (Mayo Auditorium)
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2:30 PM Colloquium: High Energy Cosmic Particles: Tough Questions - Dr Gus Sinnis (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Mayo Auditorium)
3:00 PM Colloquium: High Energy Cosmic Particles: Discussion   (Mayo Auditorium)
1:45 PM
Colloquium: Quark, Lepton flavor and CP (until 4:00 PM) (Tate 150)
1:45 PM Colloquium: Quark, Lepton flavor and CP: Theory Motivation - Zoltan Ligeti (LBL)   (Tate 150)
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