Physics Colloquium

"A Tale of Two Experiments"

Presented by Prof. Paul Grannis, SBU

Tuesday, June 20, 2023, 3:30 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510

Please note that self-served coffee and cookies will be in the seminar lounge at 3:00 pm.

Abstract: The requirement that new discoveries be confirmed by other experiments is ingrained in the scientific method. In particle physics, the advent of complex and expensive detectors at large collider projects has made the provision of two detectors difficult. We look back to cases, primarily at the Fermilab Tevatron, where our understanding of nature would have been skewed without the independent confirmation of new results.

Hosted by: David Jaffe

Join Videoconference More Information

19017  |  INT/EXT  |  Events Calendar


Not all computers/devices will add this event to your calendar automatically.

A calendar event file named "calendar.ics" will be placed in your downloads location. Depending on how your device/computer is configured, you may have to locate this file and double click on it to add the event to your calendar.

Event dates, times, and locations are subject to change. Event details will not be updated automatically once you add this event to your own calendar. Check the Lab's Events Calendar to ensure that you have the latest event information.