The next ALCPG Linear Collider Seminar will be
presented today, Thursday, May 8.
Matter and Energy, Space and Time:
Particle Physics in the 21st Century
Johns Hopkins University
The Standard Model of particle physics stands as one of the crowning
scientific achievements of the twentieth century. Nevertheless, a
variety of accumulating evidence points to new questions that must be
answered. Many of the questions suggest that new physics awaits
discovery at the TeV energy scale.
(Available 1:00 pm EDT the day of the talk.)
The presentation will take place from Brookhaven
in the Small Seminar Room, 4PM EDT. Additional meeting rooms
have also been arranged at:
Fermilab, WH12NW, 3PM CDT
Cornell, Wilson Lab Large Room, 4PM EDT
SLAC, Orange Room, 1PM PDT
The presentation slides will be posted to the
web and the talk will be available both through
a phone conference dial-in and VRVS broadcast.
Details can be found at:
The ALCPG meeting organizing committee:
Dan Amidei, Jim Brau, Sally Dawson, George Gollin,
Norman Graf, Mark Oreglia, and Ritchie Patterson