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Program INT-05-1: Effective Field Theory, QCD, and Heavy Hadrons

Program participants for the week of May 2-6, 2005

Participant name
Institution
Dates
Braaten, Eric Ohio State University May 04 - May 07
Chen, Jiunn-Wei National Taiwan University April 29 - May 13
Chumillas, Cristian University of Barcelona March 18 - May 18
Cirigliano, Vincenzo Caltech May 01 - May 06
Fleming, Sean UC San Diego March 27 - May 29
Gronau, Michael Technion May 02 - May 15
Hoang, Andre Max-Planck Institute May 01 - May 14
Ligeti, Zoltan LBNL May 05 - May 20
Lu, Cai-Dian IHEP Beijing May 02 - May 15
Mackenzie, Paul Fermilab April 23 - May 03
Mehen, Thomas Duke University March 19 - June 12
Mohta, Vivek MIT May 01 - May 09
Pirjol, Dan MIT May 01 - June 01
Rothstein, Ira Carnegie Mellon U. May 01 - May 06
Schat, Carlos CNEA Argentina April 17 - May 07
Stewart, Iain MIT March 20 - June 11
Tiburzi, Brian Duke University March 19 - May 09

This week's seminars


Tuesday, May 3, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
9:30am: Juinn-Wei Chen, National Taiwan University

"Universality of the EMC Effect"
11:00am: Ira Rothstein, Carnegie-Mellon University

"Effective Field Theory of GR for extended objects"

Thursday, May 5, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
9:30am: Andre Hoang, Max Planck Institute, Munich

"Top Quarks, Unstable Particles and NRQCD"
11:00am: Eric Braaten, Ohio State University

"The X(3872) Files"

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