9-11 May 2011
University of Wisconsin at Madison
New Union South, 1308 West Dayton St
US/Central timezone

Program Overview

Last update May 7, 2011 (plenary room updated)

A.M Plenary Sessions:
The Marquee on level 2, Union South, 1308 West Dayton Street  (Map)

P.M. Parallel Sessions:
7 rooms on level 2 and 3 of Union South, 1308 West Dayton Street (Map)

Registration: Starting 7:30am, Monday, May 09, 2011.
The registration and help desk will be in Union South, in the Alumni room on level 2.
The registration and help desk will be open each day from 7:30am-1:00pm and 1:30pm-6:30pm.

  MONDAY,
May 09
TUESDAY,
May 10
WEDNESDAY,
May 11
Morning
Sessions
Union South

PLENARY 1
8:40 - 12:45


 

Union South

PLENARY 2
8:45 - 12:45


 

Union South

PLENARY 3
8:45 - 12:45

Uli Baur
Remembrance

12:45-13:00
Afternoon
Sessions
Union South

PARALLEL 1
2:00 - 6:30
Union South

PARALLEL 2
2:00 - 6:30


 
Evening
 
Monona Terrace

Banquet
7:30 - 9:30
 

End of conference is Wednesday 1:00 p.m.

Plenary speakers and topics include:

 • Nima Arkani-Hamed (IAS): HEP in the New Era
 • Nicole Bell (U. Melbourne): Recent developments for indirect detection of Dark Matter
 • Marcela Carena (FNAL/U. Chicago): Higgs and beyond
 •
Mike Eads (Fermilab, D0): New Physics searches at the Tevatron
 • John Ellis (CERN & King's College London): SUSY at the LHC
 • Peter Jacobs (LBNL, ALICE):  Exploring QCD matter with ALICE
 • Markus Klute (MIT, CMS): Overview of CMS results
 • Lloyd Knox (UC-Davis): Cosmology in the LHC Era
 • Rafael Lang (Columbia U): Direct Search of Dark Matter
 • Fabio Maltoni (Louvain): Bridging theory with experiments
 • Brent Nelson (Northeastern U.): String Phenomenology for the LHC
 • Serguey Petcov (SISSA): Neutrino physics
 • George Redlinger (BNL, ATLAS): Results of the ATLAS Experiment
 • Sheldon Stone (Syracuse): B physics in the LHC Era
 • Jay Wacker (Stanford): New physics and their searches in the LHC Era
 • Lian-Tao Wang (U.Chicago): Jets for new physics
 • Neal Weiner (NYU): Dark matter theory
 • Homer Wolfe (Ohio St., CDF): Standard Model physics at the Tevatron