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  • KITP Program: Exotic Order and Criticality in Quantum Matter
    1 15 p m Dr Stefan Wessel ETH Zurich Dr Donna Sheng Cal State Northridge Dr Simon Trebst ETH Zurich Dr Anders Sandvik Boston University Dr Erik Sørensen McMaster University Detecting Exotic Order in Numerical Simulations Aud Cam 5 04 1 30 p m Dr Herb Fertig University of Kentucky Quantum Depinning of Quantum Hall Stripes Aud Cam 5 05 11 00 a m Dr Michael Freedman Microsoft Dr Kirill Shtengel Microsoft Discussion on Topological Order Aud Cam 5 06 2 00 p m J Eisenstein Caltech S Simon Lucent A Stern Weizmann Informal Discussion Aud Cam 5 12 2 30 p m Dr Greg Boebinger LANL The Hall Number Peaks at Optimal Doping in a High Tc Cuprate Slides Aud Cam 5 18 2 00 p m Dr Joel Moore Berkeley Dimensional Reduction and Self Duality in Superconducting Arrays and Frustrated Magnets Aud Cam 5 20 1 30 p m Dr Amir Yacoby Weizmann Institute Measurement of Spin Charge Separation and Localization in 1D Slides Aud Cam 5 21 12 30 p m Informal Discussion Kun Yang Hsiu Hau Lin Greg Fiete On 1d and Other Diverse Topics Aud Cam 5 25 1 30 p m Dr Roderich Moessner CNRS Ecole Normale Superieure RVB Liquids in Three Dimensions Slides Aud Cam 5 25 1 30 p m Dr Oleg Tchernyshyov Johns Hopkins Frustrated Quantum Magnets A Large N Approach Aud Cam 5 27 2 00 p m Dr Christian Pfleiderer Universität Karlsruhe Partial Magnetic Order in the Non Fermi Liquid Phase of a Pure Metal Slides Aud Cam 5 28 12 00 p m Dr Xiao Gang Wen MIT String Net Condensation Aud Cam 6 01 1 30 p m Dr Paul Fendley University of Virginia Topological Order and Conformal Quantum Critical Points Aud Cam 6 01 1 30

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/exotic04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Quantum Gases
    Slides Aud Cam 5 04 10 00 a m Dr Klaus Ziegler University Augsburg Quantum Phases of a Multi Component Bose Gas in an Optical Lattice Slides Aud Cam 5 05 12 00 p m Dr Fernando Sols Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Chemical Potential Standard for Atomic Condensates Based on Shapiro Resonances Slides Aud Cam 5 05 12 00 p m Dr Iacopo Carusotto ENS Many Body Physics with Exciton Polaritons in Semiconductor Microcavities Slides Aud Cam 5 10 14 Conference Quantum Gases 5 18 4 00 p m Dr Anthony Leggett University of Illinois Testing the Limits of Quantum Mechanics Motivation State of Play Prospects UCSB Physics Colloquium Slides 5 25 10 00 a m Dr Allan Griffin University of Toronto Molecules vs Cooper Pairs in Superfluid Fermi Gases Slides Aud Cam 5 26 12 00 p m Dr Ignacio Cirac Max Planck Institute Report on the Michigan Quantum Optics Meeting and Discussions on Quantum Entanglement Aud Cam 6 01 10 00 a m Dr M Girardeau University of Arizona Discussions on One Dimensional Atomic Gases Slides Aud Cam 6 01 10 00 a m Dr M Olshanii USC Discussions on One Dimensional Atomic Gases Aud Cam 6 02 12 00 p m Dr Dan Stamper Kurn Berkeley Periodically Dressed Bose Einstein Condensates and Other Goings On in Berkeley Slides Aud Cam 6 09 2 00 p m Dr Walter Hofstetter MIT Flavor Degeneracy and Disorder in Ultracold Atoms Slides Aud Cam 6 11 2 00 p m Open Discussion Meystre You Kheruntsyan Leggett Pethick Timmermans Shlyapnikov Ho On Feshbach Resonance Aud Cam 6 15 10 00 a m Dr Pierre Meystre University of Arizona Fermionic Atom Optics Slides Aud Cam 6 16 12 00 p m Dr Valdin Vuletic MIT Collective Laser Cooling Due to Spatial Self Organization

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/gases04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: LoopFest III
    corrections to W and Z production via vector boson fusion Slides Aud Cam 4 30 5 00 pm Frank Petriello High precision QCD at hadron colliders electroweak gauge boson rapidity distributions at NNLO Slides Aud Cam 5 00 5 30 pm Martin Beneke Unstable particle production with effective theory Slides Aud Cam 5 30 6 00 pm Jose Wudka CP violation in 5D QED Slides Aud Cam 6 15 7 15 pm Wine and Cheese Reception 7 15 pm Dinner to be arranged Friday April 2 2004 Plenary session Kohn Hall KITP Chair Thomas Gehrmann 8 30 9 00 am Zoltan Nagy Subtraction method for numerical calculation of one loop QCD matrix elements Slides Aud Cam 9 00 9 30 am Johann Kuehn New results on multi loop calculations Slides Aud Cam 9 30 10 00 am David Kosower Merging Parton Showers with Fixed Order Slides Aud Cam 10 00 10 30 am William Kilgore Higgs production with b quarks Slides Aud Cam 10 30 11 00 am Coffee break Plenary session Kohn Hall KITP Chair Nigel Glover 11 00 11 30 am Gudrun Heinrich A numerical approach to NNLO calculations in QCD Slides Aud Cam 11 30 12 00 am Davison Soper Adding parton showers to NLO calculations Slides Aud Cam 12 00 12 30 am Walter Giele A Calculational Formalism for Massless One Loop Integrals Slides Aud Cam 12 30 2 00 pm Lunch Plenary session Kohn Hall KITP Chair Carl Schmidt 2 00 2 30 pm Thomas Gehrmann Structure of double real radiation at NNLO Slides Aud Cam 2 30 3 00 pm Thomas Binoth One loop techniques for many legs Slides Aud Cam 3 00 3 30 pm Babis Anastasiou A new method for real radiation at NNLO Slides Aud Cam 3 30 4 00 pm

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/loop-c04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Collider Physics
    Slides Aud Cam 2 04 4 00 p m Dr Johannes Blümlein DESY Mathematical Structure of QCD Wilson Coefficients and Anomalous Dimensions Slides Aud Cam 2 04 4 00 p m Dr Sven Olaf Moch DESY Multi Loop Feynman Integrals Nested Sums and Multiple Polylogarithms Aud Cam 2 05 12 00 p m Dr Kirsten Tollefson Michigan State Univ The State of the Top Quark Recent Results for the CDF Slides Aud Cam 2 05 12 00 p m Dr David Rainwater DESY What We Need to Know about Top and Why Slides Aud Cam 2 10 2 00 p m Dr Marek Zielinski Rochester Top Physics at D0 Slides Aud Cam 2 10 2 00 p m Dr Steve Mrenna FNAL Merging Matrix Elements and Parton Showers at Hadron Colliders Slides Aud Cam 2 12 12 00 p m Dr Peter Richardson Durham Herwig What s Going to be in the C Monte Carlos Slides Aud Cam 2 12 12 00 p m Dr Torbjörn Sjöstrand Lund Pythia What s Going to be in the C Monte Carlos Slides Aud Cam 2 17 2 00 p m Dr Rick Field University of Florida The Underlying Event at the Tevatron Slides Aud Cam 2 17 2 00 p m Dr Peter Skands Lund University A New Model of Multiple Parton Scattering Slides Aud Cam 2 19 12 00 p m Dr Torbjörn Sjöstrand Lund University A New PT Ordered Parton Shower Monte Carlo Slides Aud Cam 2 19 12 00 p m Dr Frank Krauss University of Dresden A Modified Cluster Hadronization Model Slides Aud Cam 2 24 2 00 p m Dr Graham Kribs IAS Is the Higgs Composite Aud Cam 2 24 2 00 p m Dr Tom Rizzo SLAC Implications of Higgsless Models of EWSB Slides Aud Cam 2 26 12 00 p m Dr C P Yuan MSU Discriminating MSSM Higgs Sector from its Alternative Slides Aud Cam 2 27 11 00 a m Dr Wolfgang Hollik Infomal Discussion on Important Issues in Precision Electroweak Theory 3 02 2 00 p m Dr Howie Haber UC Santa Cruz A New Look at the Two Higgs Doublet Model Slides Aud Cam 3 02 2 00 p m Dr Wolfgang Hollik Munich MSSM Higgs Jet Production at the LHC Slides Aud Cam 3 04 12 00 p m Dr Robert Harlander Karlsruhe Inclusive Higgs Cross Sections at the LHC Slides Aud Cam 3 04 12 00 p m Dr Massimiliano Grazzini CERN Soft Gluon Effects in Higgs Production at the LHC Slides Aud Cam 3 05 11 00 a m Dr Thomas Binoth Univ Edinburgh Informal Discussions on Important Issues in Higgs Boson Phenomenology 3 05 1 30 p m Dr Dave Soper KITP Univ Oregon Is Perturbation Theory Applicable to Collider Physics Slides Aud Cam 3 09 2 00 p m Dr Laura Reina FSU Higgs Production with Heavy Quarks at Hadron Colliders Slides Aud Cam 3 09 2 00 p m Dr Mark Wise Caltech Enhanced

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/collider04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Planet Formation: Terrestrial and Extra Solar
    DAILY ACTIVITIES END 6 00pm Van leaves for BWSCI If this van is full there will be a second van run to the Best Western South Coast Inn Tuesday March 16 2004 9 00am Debra Fischer UC Berkeley RADIAL VELOCITY SURVEYS Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Robin Canup Southwest Research Institute SATELLITE FORMATION Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Man Hoi Lee UCSB RESONANT PLANETS AND SATELLITES Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm David Stevenson CALTECH IMPLICATION OF PLANET FORMATION MODELS FOR THE INITIAL STATE OF EARTH Slides Aud Cam 2 50pm Yoram Lithwick University of California Berkeley BEYOND OLIGARCHY Slides Aud Cam 3 40pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 10pm Jack Lissauer NASA Ames Research Center TERRESTRIAL PLANET FORMATION IN BINARY STAR SYSTEMS Slides Aud Cam 5 00pm WINE CHEESE PARTY 5 30pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 7 15pm Van leaves for BWSCI Wednesday March 17 2004 9 00am Martin Duncan Queen s University COMETARY RESERVOIRS AS CLUES TO PLANET FORMATION Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Eiichiro Kokubo National Astronomical University Tokyo OLIGARCHIC GROWTH Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Renu Malhotra Lunar Planetary Institute ASTEROIDS KBOS AND OTHER DEBRIS IN PLANETARY SYSTEMS Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm Shigeru Ida Tokyo Institute of Technology PLANETARY MASS PERIOD DISTRIBUTION Slides Aud Cam 12 50pm LUNCH BREAK This afternoon is free The BWSCI hotel shuttle will depart from KITP at approximately 2 00pm Thursday March 18 2004 9 00am William Ward Southwest Research Institute OBLIQUITIES OF THE GAS GIANTS Aud Cam 9 50am Stuart Weidenschilling Planetary Science Institute ACCRETION OF CORES OF THE GIANT PLANETS Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Andrew Youdin Princeton FROM DUST TO PLANETESIMALS Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm Greg Laughlin University of California

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/planetf-c04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Planet Formation: Terrestrial and Extra Solar
    Extrasolar Planetary Systems Aud Cam 2 10 10 00 a m Dr Fred Rasio Northwestern The Planet Around Pulsar in M4 Slides Aud Cam 2 10 10 00 a m Dr Phil Arras KITP Tides in Gas Giant Planets Slides Aud Cam 2 12 2 00 p m Dr Andrew Cumming UC Santa Cruz Exoplanet Statistics Slides Aud Cam 2 12 2 00 p m Dr Jilin Zhou Nanjing Apsidal Resonances Slides Aud Cam 2 12 2 00 p m Dr Hubert Klahr MPIA Heidelberg Vortices in Planet Formation Slides Vid Aud Cam 2 17 10 00 a m Dr Eric Ford KITP UC Berkeley SIM Planet Searches Aud Cam 2 17 10 00 a m Dr Peter Bodenheimer UCSC Atmospheric Circulation in Hot Jupiters Slides Aud Cam 2 19 2 00 p m Dr Ed Thommes KITP CITA University of Toronto Stellar Pollution Slides Aud Cam 2 19 2 00 p m Dr Stan Peale UCSB Mercury Slides Aud Cam 2 24 10 00 a m Dr Isamu Matsuyama University of Toronto Photoevaporation of Protoplanetary Disks Slides Aud Cam 2 24 10 00 a m Dr Shigeru Ida Tokyo Institute of Technology The Formation and Retention of Gas Giants around Stars with Different Metallicities Slides Aud Cam 2 26 2 00 p m Dr Eiichiro Kokubo National Astronomical Observatory Planetesimal Dynamics of Binary Systems Slides Aud Cam 2 26 10 00 a m Dr Michael R Meyer Steward Observatory Structure and Evolution of Circumstellar Disks around Young Stars Placing our Solar System in Context Slides Aud Cam 3 02 10 00 a m Dr Sverre Aarseth Cambridge Hermite Regularization Scheme for the Common Man Slides Aud Cam 3 02 10 00 a m Dr Bill Ward Southwest Research Institute Tilting Saturn Aud Cam 3 02 10 00 a m

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/planetf04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Collider Physics
    Joey Huston MSU CDF and collider phenomenology in Run 2 Slides Aud Cam 3 40pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 10pm Guenther Dissertori ETH Zurich Issues in Standard Model Physics and Higgs Searches Slides Aud Cam 5 15pm Wine and Cheese Party 5 45pm SPECIAL EVENT DINNER 7 15pm FIRST BUS LEAVES FOR BWSCI Tuesday January 13 2004 9 00am Ian Hinchliffe LBL New physics with ATLAS at the LHC Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Thomas Gehrmann University Zurich QCD at Colliders Status Prospects and Open Issues Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Siggi Bethke Max Planck Institute Alpha s and QCD tests at hadron colliders Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm James Stirling Durham Phenomenology of Parton Distribution Slides Aud Cam 2 50pm Sven Moch DESY Theory of Parton Distributions Slides Aud Cam 3 40pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 10pm Michelangelo Mangano CERN Monte Carlos Slides Aud Cam 5 15pm FIRST BUS LEAVES FOR BWSCI Wednesday January 14 2004 9 00am Mike Witherell FNAL Status and Future of the Tevatron Program Slides Aud Cam 9 50am John Campbell Argonne Next to Leading Order QCD Programs Status and Prospects Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Stefano Frixione Genoa Monte Carlos and NLO QCD Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm LUNCH 2 00pm George Sterman SUNY Stony Brook QCD Resummations and Nonperturbative Corrections at High Energy Slides Aud Cam 2 50pm David Kosower Saclay NNLO Computations in QCD Slides Aud Cam 3 40pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 10pm ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION Moderator will be Roberto Peccei UCLA Bringing together Theory and Experiment Aud Cam 5 45pm SPECIAL EVENT DINNER 7 15pm FIRST BUS LEAVES FOR BWSCI Thursday January 15 2004 9 00am Bill Marciano BNL Electroweak Physics Aud Cam 9 50am Weiming Yao LBL Higgs Physics from the

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  • Dr. Charles Beichman, JPL/Caltech, Finding Planets and Searching for Life: Worthy Goals for 21st Century Science
    like planets and life with an advanced space telescope the Terrestrial Planet Finder While the technical challenges are daunting new technologies are being developed that could provide a scientific answer to the 2 000 year old question of the existence of life on other worlds I will discuss the history of this profound question summarize the state of modern planet searches and discuss prospects for the Terrestrial Planet Finder as a national and possibly international mission to fly in the next decade Dr Beichman is Executive Director of Michelson Science Center NASA s premier institution for the search for planets and life beyond the solar system His scientific interests lie in the areas of star and planet formation He leads a team of researchers who will use the Space Interferometer Mission SIM to find planets orbiting newly formed stars and is the project scientist for the Terrestrial Planet Finder mission As Director of the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center IPAC 1991 1998 he worked on the IRAS and ISO missions and led the software development for the 2 Micron All Sky Survey As Chief Scientist for Astronomy and Physics at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory he helped to develop NASA s

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