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  • KITP Conference: Anticipating Physics at the LHC Collider
    for the LHC Podcast Aud Cam 5 45pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Tuesday June 03 2008 Morning Session Chair Tony Gherghetta Melbourne All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 9 00am Matt Strassler Rutgers Some New Issues in the Phenomenology of Hidden Valleys Slides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Christian Bauer LBL GenEvA A New Framework for Event Generation Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Shufang Su Arizona A Lepton Friendly Higgs Boson Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am Jack Gunion UC Davis An Ideal Higgs Boson Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Session Chair Gilad Perez Stony Brook All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 2 00pm Meenakshi Narain Brown CMS Precision SM Measurements at LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 45pm Gordy Kane Michigan Interpreting LHC Signals Obstacles and Opportunities Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 30pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 00pm Nima Arkani Hamed IAS UCSB Physics Department Colloquium in 1640 Broida Hall Extensions of Space Time and the Large Hadron Collider 5 30pm RECEPTION KITP Courtyard 6 00pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Wednesday June 04 2008 Morning Session Chair Antonio Delgado Notre Dame All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 9 00am Christophe Grojean CERN Saclay Composite Higgs Physics Slides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Nima Arkani Hamed IAS Discovering New Physics with 100 pb 1 of LHC Data An Example Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Zvi Bern UCLA Progress on the Expermenters NLO Wishlist Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am Natalia Toro Stanford Characterizing the First New Physics at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Session Chair Shufang Su Arizona All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 2 00pm Roni Harnik SLAC Folded Supersymmetry and its Quirky Signals Podcast Aud Cam 2 45pm C P Yuan MSU MSSM Light Higgs Scenario and Its Test at Colliders Podcast Aud Cam 3 30pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 00pm Ian Hinchliffe Atlas LBL Supersymmetry at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 45pm Neal Weiner NYU Delicious Supersymmetry Removing the Flavor Problem with an R symmetry Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 45pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Thursday June 05 2008 Morning Session Chair Howard Haber UC Santa Cruz All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 9 00am Frank Petriello Wisconsin Z Bosons and Light Hidden Sectors at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Laura Reina FSU QCD LHC Challenges and Opportunities in Heavy Flavor Production Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Jay Wacker SLAC New Frontiers in Jets and Missing Energy Searches Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am Geraldine Servant CERN Saclay Discovering the Top Partners at the LHC using Same Sign Dilepton Final States Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Session Chair Brooks Thomas Arizona All Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Discussion 2 00pm Andrew Warren Askew CMS Florida State Alternative New Physics at

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lhc-c08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Teachers' Conference: Particle Physics in the Age of the Large Hadron Collider
    AND CHEESE RECEPTION Best Western South Coast Inn More Information on this Event Saturday May 31 2008 8 00am REGISTRATION Coffee and Light Refreshments 8 45am David Gross KITP Director Welcome Introduction of Simon Raab and the Raab Prize Contest 9 00am Ayana Holloway Arce UC Berkeley What the LHC is and How We ll Use It Podcast Aud Cam 9 50am QUESTIONS DISCUSSION 10 05am MORNING BREAK 10 30am Raman Sundrum Johns Hopkins Univ LHC and the World of Extra Dimensions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 20am QUESTIONS DISCUSSION 11 30am TOWN HALL DISCUSSION Led by David Gross Podcast Aud Cam 12 10pm Amir Abo Shaeer Dos Pueblos HS Engineering Academy First National Robotics Program You can do it and we have Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm Kevin McFarland Univ of Rochester What do you mean you don t work at the LHC A report from the other frontiers of particle physics Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 50pm QUESTIONS DISCUSSION 3 00pm AFTERNOON BREAK 3 30pm James Wells CERN Univ of Michigan Exploring the Cosmos with the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 20pm QUESTIONS DISCUSSION 4 30pm Rachel Ross Las Cumbres Observatory Overview of

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lhct-c08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Miniconference: Pyrogeography & Climate Change
    Podcast Aud Cam 9 30am Brad Marston Brown Univ Linkages with Physics of Climate Change Program Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 00am BREAK 10 30am William Bond Univ Cape Town Global vegetation and fire an ecological perspective Podcast Aud Cam 11 15am David Bowman Univ Tasmania Why Tasmania was the origin of a global theory of fire ecology Podcast Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH 1 45pm Jon Keeley USGS Causes of Megafires on the California Landscape Podcast Aud Cam 2 30pm Colin Prentice Univ Bristol Modelling fire as an Earth System process 3 15pm BREAK 3 45pm All Discussion on day s talks and initiation of conversation on pyrogeography 5 00pm Wine cheese social in courtyard Wednesday May 28 2008 9 00am Max Moritz UC Berkeley Does fire exhibit habitat preferences Controls on fire patterns from landscape to global scales 9 45am Jean Carlson Wildfires Complexity and Sensitivity to Change 10 30am BREAK 11 00am Ruth DeFries Univ Maryland Tropical land use change is fire a remote sensing perspective 11 45am LUNCH 1 45pm Paulo Artaxo Univ Sao Paulo Climatic and ecological effects of biomass burning emissions in Amazônia Podcast Aud Cam 2 30pm Mark Cochrane SDSU Fire and land cover change in humid tropics Podcast Aud Cam 3 15pm BREAK 3 45pm All Discussion on day s talks and continuing conversation on pyrogeography Thursday May 29 2008 9 00am Tom Swetnam Univ Arizona Climate People and Fire in the Western US Long term Perspectives from Tree Rings Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Andrew Scott Royal Holloway Univ Fire as an Earth System Process a geological perspective 10 30am BREAK 11 00am Guido van der Werf Vriji Univ Fire climate and the global carbon cycle Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am LUNCH 1 45pm Fay Johnston Univ Tasmania Human health

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/pyrogeo-c08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Dynamo Theory
    Chicago KITP Discussion Alignment and Cross Helicity Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 22 2 00 p m Ellen Zweibel UW Madison KITP Edgar Knobloch UCB KITP Pat Diamond UCSD KITP Ethan Vishniac McMaster Univ KITP Fausto Cattaneo Univ of Chicago KITP David Hughes Univ Leeds KITP Discussion Aspects of MRI Physics Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 23 11 30 a m Keith Moffatt Cambridge Univ KITP Rattleback Reversals A Prototype of Chiral Dynamics Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 27 11 30 a m Kandaswamy Subramanian IUCAA KITP Ethan Vishniac McMaster Univ KITP Shane Keating UCSD KITP Magnetic Helicity and Alpha Suppressions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 29 2 00 p m Junjun Liu Caltech Friedrich Busse Univ of Bayreuth KITP Gary Glatzmaier LANL KITP Zonal Flows in Jupiter Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 30 11 30 a m David Gubbins Univ of Leeds KITP Friedrich Busse University of Bayreuth KITP Graeme Sarson Newcastle University KITP Geomagnetic Reversals Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 03 11 30 a m Matthew Browning University of Chicago KITP Benjamin Brown University of Colorado KITP Juri Toomre JILA Univ Colorado KITP Stellar Dynamos Elements that work Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 05 2 00 p m Tomomasa Tatsumi Kyoto University A New Approach for Turbulence Podcast Aud Cam 6 06 11 30 a m Ellen Zweibel UW Madison KITP A Gentle Introduction to the Physics of Galactic Dynamos Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 10 11 30 a m Jean Francois Pinton ENS KITP Cary Forest Univ Wisconsin KITP Franck Plunian LGIT KITP Sodium Dynamo Experiments on Two Continents History and Current Successes Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 11 2 00 p m Mitch Berger Univ Exeter Self Organization of Braided Magnetic Fields Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 13 11 30 a m Dan Lathrop Univ of Maryland KITP Dominique Jault LGIT KITP Dynamo Experiments Planets Rotation and the Disconnect Between Theory and Experiment Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 17 11 30 a m Igor Rogachevskii Ben Gurion Univ KITP Large Scale Dynamos with No Helicity Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 19 2 00 p m Allan Sacha Brun CEA KITP Peter Ditlevsen Univ of Copenhagen Joan Feynman Caltech Alexander Ruzmaikin Caltech JPL Steve Tobias Univ of Leeds KITP Solar Variability and Possible Effects on Climate Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 20 11 30 a m Axel Brandenburg Nordita KITP Nathan Kleeorin Ben Gurion Univ KITP Mike Proctor Cambridge DAMTP KITP The Role of Shear in Dynamos Slides Podcast Vid Aud Cam 6 23 11 30 a m Dynamo Theory Organizational Meeting 6 24 11 30 a m Chris Jones Univ of Leeds KITP Gary Glatzmaier LANL KITP Stratification Convection and Dynamos in the Giant Planets Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 25 12 00 p m Pat Diamond UCSD Zonal Flow Generation Mechanisms Wave Number and Configuration Space Perspectives Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 25 12 00 p m Sasha Balk University of Utah KITP Zonal Jets The Extra Invariant for Rossby Wave Dynamics Slides Podcast Aud

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/dynamo08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Physics of the Large Hadron Collider
    Podcast Aud Cam 3 13 10 00 a m Dieter Zeppenfeld University of Karlsruhe KITP Higgs 2 Jet Production at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 18 12 30 p m José Santiago ETH Zürich KITP Realistic Composite Higgs Models Constraints and Collider Implications Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 19 10 30 a m Can Kilic Johns Hopkins Univ KITP Colored Resonances at the Tevatron Phenomenology and Discovery Potential in Multijets Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 21 10 00 a m Greg Landsberg Brown Searches for New Physics with Early LHC Data Strategy and Challenges Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 25 12 30 p m Hsin Chia Cheng UC Davis KITP Mass Determinations in Decay Chains with Missing Energy Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 26 10 30 a m Patrick Meade IAS KITP Discussion Distinguishing Models of SUSY Breaking and Mediation 3 27 2 00 p m Carlos Wagner Univ Chicago KITP A Dynamical Solution to the mu Bmu Problem in Gauge Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking Models Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 01 12 30 p m Albert de Roeck CERN Early New Physics Detection Possibilities at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 02 10 30 a m Herbi Dreiner Bonn Univ KITP B 3 baryon triality mSUGRA at the LHC Podcast Aud Cam 4 03 2 00 p m Andrew Fitzpatrick Harvard KITP Phenomenology of Extra Ordinary Gauge Mediation Podcast Aud Cam 4 04 10 30 a m Arvind Rajaraman UCI KITP Informal Discussion on Unparticles Podcast Aud Cam 4 08 10 30 a m Joey Huston Michigan State First We Rediscover the Standard Model Roadmap to the First Few fb 1 Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 09 10 30 a m Andreas Weiler Cornell KITP Flavor in Warped Extra Dimensions Podcast Aud Cam 4 10 10 30 a m Shri Gopalakrishna BNL KITP Heavy Electroweak Resonances at the LHC Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 11 10 30 a m Ira Rothstein CMU KITP Discussion of Evidence for New Physics in B K Pi Decays 4 15 12 00 p m Mu Chun Chen UCI KITP TeV Scale Seesaw and Z Podcast Aud Cam 4 16 10 30 a m Jay Hubisz ANL KITP LHC 09 20 Questions and Tools for the Answers Podcast Aud Cam 4 17 10 30 a m Kathryn Zurek UW Madison KITP The Invisible Z Searching for Low Mass Hidden Sectors 4 18 10 30 a m Markus Luty UCD KITP Quirks Podcast Aud Cam 4 22 12 30 p m Nati Seiberg Princeton IAS General Gauge Mediation Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 23 10 30 a m Carola Berger MIT KITP Twistor Inspired Methods for the Computation of NLO Corrections BlackHat Podcast Aud Cam 4 24 10 30 a m Tim Tait ANL KITP Manifestations of a Composite Top at the Tevatron and LHC Podcast Aud Cam 4 25 10 30 a m Veronica Sanz Gonzalez Boston Univ KITP Discussion Scenarios for an Early Discovery of Strong Interactions Podcast Aud Cam 4

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lhc08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Physics of Climate Change
    00 p m John Doyle Caltech Power Laws Demystified Podcast Aud Cam 6 03 12 15 p m David Bowman University of Tasmania KITP Jennifer Balch Yale KITP Pyrogeography Integrating across the temporal spatial and cultural dimensions 6 04 12 00 p m Alain Pumir CNRS KITP From Aerosols to Raindrops in Clouds The Role of Turbulence Podcast Aud Cam 6 09 12 15 p m Paul Kushner University of Toronto KITP Climate Models and Climate Sensitivity Podcast Aud Cam KITP Blackboard Lunch 6 10 2 00 p m Peter Ditlevsen Univ of Copenhagen KITP Understanding Climate Dynamics from Past Changes Podcast Aud Cam 6 11 12 00 p m Jeremie Bec CNRS KITP Turbulent Suspensions of Heavy Particles Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 13 1 30 p m Joan Feynman Caltech KITP Climate Stability and its Effect on Human History Podcast Aud Cam 6 16 4 00 p m Michael Shats Australian National KITP Spectrally Condensed Turbulence in Two Dimensions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 17 2 00 p m Andi Andreae MPI KITP Interactions between Aerosols Clouds and Climate Podcast Aud Cam 6 18 12 00 p m Yangang Liu BNL KITP Seeing Through the Haze of Aerosol Indirect Effects on Climate Podcast Aud Cam 6 19 11 00 a m Barbara Levi AIP KITP Reporting for Physics Today Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 19 2 00 p m Allan Sacha Brun CEA KITP Peter Ditlevsen Univ of Copenhagen Joan Feynman Caltech Alexander Ruzmaikin Caltech JPL Steve Tobias Univ of Leeds KITP Solar Variability and Possible Effects on Climate Slides Podcast Aud Cam 6 24 2 00 p m Olivier Pauluis NYU KITP The Global Atmospheric Circulation on Moist Isentropes 6 25 12 00 p m Pat Diamond UCSD Zonal Flow Generation Mechanisms Wave Number and Configuration Space

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/climate08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Frontiers of Climate Science
    DISCUSSION Resolving Moist Processes in Global Climate Models Prospects and Implications Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 30pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Wednesday May 07 2008 Ecosystems and Climate II Morning Session Chair Chris Still UCSB Perspective talks are 45 min 15 min discussion Regular talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Inez Fung UC Berkeley Biosphere Atmosphere Interactions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 00am David Siegel UCSB Pelagic Ecosystems and Ocean Biogeochemistry Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 45am MORNING BREAK 11 15am Tony Michaels USC Ocean Biology Food Webs and Climate The Critical Role of Surprise Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK Clouds I Afternoon Session Chair Grisha Falkovich Weizmann Institute Perspective talks are 45 min 15 min discussion Regular talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 1 30pm Andy Majda NYU Multi Scale Models for the Tropics A Systematic Route for Improving Theory Computational and Predictive Strategies Podcast Aud Cam 2 30pm Paul O Gorman Caltech Effect of Climate Change on the Hydrological Cycle Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 15pm POSTER SESSION RECEPTION WINE NUTS IN COURTYARD 6 30pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 30pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Time may vary depending on end of dinner Thursday May 08 2008 The General Circulation and Statistical Approaches Morning Session Chair Jeff Weiss CU Boulder Perspective talks are 45 min 15 min discussion Regular talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Jim McWilliams UCLA Verisimilitude and Imprecision in Climate Simulations Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 00am Greg Holloway Inst of Ocean Sciences Entropic Forcing from Microscales to Macroscales Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 45am MORNING BREAK 11 15am Tim Garrett Univ Utah Entropy Production in the Cloud Climate System Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK 1 30pm FREE AFTERNOON Shuttle Available to BWSCI time is flexible Friday May 09 2008 Clouds II and the Cryosphere Morning Session Chair Antonio Celani CNRS Perspective talks are 45 min 15 min discussion Regular talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Ray Pierrehumbert Univ Chicago Cloud Thermostats and Anti thermostats Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 00am Olivier Pauluis Courant Atmospheric Heat Engines From the Carnot Cycle to the Global Atmospheric Circulation Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 45am MORNING BREAK 11 15am Ken Golden Univ Utah Thermal Evolution of Fluid Permeability in Sea Ice Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK The Carbon Cycle and Geoengineering Afternoon Session Chair Bob Ecke LANL Perspective talks are 45 min 15 min discussion Regular talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 1 30pm Kurt House Harvard Electrochemical Acceleration of Chemical Weathering Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 30pm David Keith Univ Calgary Photophoretic Levitation of Stratospheric Aerosols for Efficient Geoengineering Podcast Aud Cam 3 15pm AFTERNOON BREAK 3 45pm Joe Berry Carnegie Inst Global Ecology Linking Biochemical Mechanisms to Earth System Processes Challenges of Scale Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 45pm DISCUSSION Perspective on the Conference Podcast Aud Cam 5 45pm RECEPTION WINE NUTS 6 30pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 30pm

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/climate-c08/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Sam Wang, Princeton Univ, Welcome to Your Brain
    to a baby really make her smarter Does drinking alcoholic beverages really kill brain cells I will address how neuroscience research has proved many of these ideas to be wrong The facts are more illuminating about how our brains work and often more useful Sam Wang is an associate professor of molecular biology and neuroscience at Princeton University He graduated with honors in physics from the California Institute of Technology and holds a doctorate in neuroscience from Stanford University School of Medicine His career includes research at Duke University Medical Center and at Bell Labs Lucent Technologies and science and education policy work for the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources He is a W M Keck Foundation Distinguished Young Scholar and an Alfred P Sloan Fellow He has written over forty scientific articles on the brain and is co author of the book Welcome to Your Brain His research interests are far ranging and include cellular learning mechanisms brain evolution and the development of optical tools for probing the brain His current research focuses on the cerebellum a brain region that coordinates sensation movement and higher cognition Introduction by David Gross Begin streaming QuickTime of the whole talk

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/plecture/wang/ (2015-11-01)
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