Lecture Program

A. Cosmology and the Early Universe (8 lectures)

    * Inflationary Cosmology and its Parameters (Michael Turner, Chicago)

    * Probes of Dark Energy (David Schlegel, LBNL)

    * The Cosmos and the LHC (John Ellis, CERN)

    * Laboratory Searches for Dark Matter (Leslie Rosenberg, U Washington)

B. The End of the Dark Ages (4 lectures)

    * Reionization: The First Stars and Galaxies (Tom Abel, Stanford)

    * Probing the Epoch of Reionization (Miguel Morales, U Washington)

C. Cosmic Explosions, Compact Objects, and Nucleosynthesis (6 lectures)

    * Core Collapse Supernovae (Tony Mezzacappa, ORNL)

    * Neutron Stars (James Lattimer, SUNY Stony Brook)

    * Nucleosynthesis: From the Big Bang to Today (George Fuller, UC San Diego)

D. High Energy Astrophysics (4 lectures)

    * Cosmic Rays in Large Air Shower Detectors (Tom Gaisser, Bartol and U. Delaware)

    * High Energy Neutrinos and IceCube (Francis Halzen, U Wisconsin)

E. Gravity (4 lectures)

    * Gravity: Waves and Holgraphy (Craig Hogan, FermiLab/Chicago)

    * Black Holes, Gravitational Waves, and Numerical Relativity (Joan Centrella, NASA Goddard)

F. Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (4 lectures)

    * Neutrino Properties and Neutrino Astrophysics: (Wick Haxton, U Washington)

    * Detecting Solar, Atmospheric, and Terrestrial Neutrinos: What They Have and Will Tell Us (Hamish Robertson, U Washington)