# Theory Seminars

### Spring 2013 Theory Seminars

- Regular theory seminars are held at
**1:00pm**on**Mondays**in room**L102/104**(CEBAF Center)

- Any date, time or room changes will be notified via email and noted below
- Also check out our regular Informal Cake Seminars
- General information and mailing list and list of previous seminars

Date |
Speaker |
Title |

Jan 3 L104 1 p.m. | Raul Briceno (University of Washington) | Towards Nuclear Reactions from Lattice QCD (abs) (pdf) |

Jan 4 L104 1 p.m. | Jeremy Green (MIT) | Nucleon structure near the physical pion mass (abs) (pdf) |

Jan 9 L104 4:30 p.m. | Lewis C. Tunstall (CSSM and CoEPP, The University of Adelaide) | Thomas Jefferson Laboratory Postdoctoral Position: Remote Talk (pdf) |

Jan 11 F113 11:00 a.m. | Vadim Lensky (The University of Manchester) Cesar Fernandez Ramirez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) |
Effective Field Theories in Nuclear and Hadron Physics (pdf) Sitting in the Interphase: Connecting Experiment and Theory in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics (pdf) |

Jan 16 L104 3:00 p.m. | Daniel Pitonyak (Temple University) | Single- and double-spin asymmetries in hard scattering processes (abs)(pdf) |

Jan 18 L104 9:00 a.m. | Alvin Stanza Kiswandhi Vincent Mathieu Miguel Albaladejo (U. Murcia) |
Near-threshold behavior of the cross section of $\gamma p \to \phi p$ and $\gamma d \to \phi p n$: A resonance interpretation (abs)(pdf) Amplitude Analysis for Hadron Spectroscopy (abs)(pdf) Non-perturbative methods and Chiral Perturbation Theory applied to Meson-Meson interactions (abs)(pdf) |

Jan 28 F113 11am | Andrey Tarasov (St. Petersburg State University) | BFKL pomeron in nuclear physics (pdf) |

Feb 1 Fri L104 | Brian Tiburzi (City College of New York) | Anatomy of Hadronic Parity Violation on the Lattice (pdf) |

Feb 4 L104 11a.m. | Huey-Wen Lin (University of Washington) | Hadron Structure on the Lattice (pdf) |

Feb 6 Wed L104 2p.m. | Ted Rogers (Stony Brook University) | Exploring Hadron Structure with Transverse Momentum Dependent (TMD) Factorization (pdf) |

Feb 11 L104 1p.m. | Andre Walker-Loud (LBNL) | M_{n} - M_{p} (pdf) |

Feb 18 L104 1p.m. | Bastian Kubis (University of Bonn) | What Can We Learn From Hadronic and Radiative Decays of Light Mesons? (pdf) |

Feb 25 L104 1p.m. | Anosh Joseph (LANL) | Supersymmetry on the Lattice: Theory and Applications of N=4 Yang-Mills (abs)(pdf) |

Mar 11 L104 1p.m. | Alexei Prokudin (Jefferson Lab) | Three-Dimensional nucleon structure: Jefferson Lab 12 and beyond (abs)(pdf) |

Mar 13 L104 2p.m. | Michael Doering (University of Bonn) | Excited hadrons from data (abs)(pdf) |

Mar 18 L104 1p.m. | Mikhail Gorshteyn (University of Mainz) | Resolving New Physics with Theoretical Study of QCD and Hadron Structure(pdf) |

Mar 20 L104 2p.m. | Nikolay Kivel (Helmholtz Institute, Mainz) | Two-Photon Exchange Corrections to Elastic Electron-Proton Scattering at Large Momentum Transfer Within the SCET Approach (pdf) |

Mar 25 L104 1p.m. | Nathan Hall (University of Adelaide) | Interference Radiative Corrections to the Proton's Weak Charge(abs) |

Apr 1 L104 1p.m. | Raju Venugopalan (BNL) | Evidence for BFKL and saturation dynamics in high multiplicity collisions at the LHC (abs)(pdf) |

Apr 2 UDU | Raju Venugopalan (BNL) | Hottest Stuff on Earth: How it's Formed, What it's Made of, How it Flows (abs)(pdf) |

Apr 3 Central Auditorium 11 a.m. | Raju Venugopalan (BNL) | Hottest Stuff on Earth: How it's Formed, What it's Made of, How it Flows (abs)(pdf) |

Apr 8 L102 1 p.m. | Dave Soper (University of Oregon) | Using Jet Substructure to Find Physics Signals at the LHC (abs) |

Apr 15 L104 1p.m. | Tom DeGrand (University of Colorado) | Lattice baryons in the 1/N expansion (pdf) |

Apr 29 L104 1p.m. | Dean Lee (Duke University) | Lattice Effective Field Theory for Nuclei (abs)(pdf) |

May 13 L104 1p.m. | Vladimir Braun (Regensburg University) | Finite-t and Target Mass Corrections in Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering (abs)(pdf) |

June 14 F224/225 1p.m. | Viktor Petrov (St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute) | Baryons at large number of colors |

*Please contact the theory seminar organisers Alvaro Cordon, Carlos Granados and Alexei Prokudin if you have any questions, comments or suggestions.*