Agenda for the Symposium (as of 6/6/2010).

Please note that Breakfast is at 7:45, Lunch is at 12:00 and Dinner is at 6:00.
Meals are served buffet style, and there is no flexibility on the hours.


Monday 19 July 2010
 


 8:30
Lee Roberts
(Boston University)
Welcome
 8:40
Bill Marciano (Brookhaven) (50)
A pedagogical overview of magnetic, electric and transition moments (pdf)

 9:40
Toichiro Kinoshita (Cornell) (40)
Update on the  Tenth-order QED contribution to the lepton g-2 (Prof. Kinoshita has requested that his talk not be posted as it contained preliminary numbers).
10:30
Coffee
 10:45
David Hanneke (NIST)(25)
Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment (pdf)
 11:20
Nick Guise (Harvard) (15)
Prospects for a Million-fold Improvement in the Comparison of the Antiproton and Proton Magnetic Moments (pdf)
 11:35
Wolfgang Quint (GSI Darmstadt) This talk is cancelled because of visa problems with the US DOHS. (10)
The GSI-Mainz Experiment to Compare the Antiproton and Proton Magnetic Moments (Last minute addition)


11:55
Break for Lunch
1:30
Fred Jegerlehner (DESY Zeuthen) (40)
Overview of the Standard-Model value of  a&mu - especially the hadronic contribution(pdf)
2:20
Massimo Passera (INFN Padova)(20)
The muon g-2 discrepancy: new physics or a relatively light Higgs? (pdf)
 2:50
Coffee Break
3:20
Hans Kuehn (Karlsruhe)  (35)
The Theoretical Foundation of R Measurements Using Initial State Radiation (pdf)
4:10
Dominik Stoeckinger (Dresden) (40)
Muon (g-2) and Physics Beyond the Standard Model (pdf)
5:00
Break for the day

 

Tuesday 20 July 2010

8:30
Gerco Onderwater (KVI/U Groningen) (40)
Measurements of the Muon Magnetic and Electric Dipole Moments (pdf)
9:20
Naohito Saito (KEK) (15)
A New Idea to Measure a&mu (pdf)
9:40
Aldo Antognini (ETH Zurich) (30)
Measurement of the Lamb Shift in Muonic Hydrogen: the proton radius puzzle (pdf)
10:20
Coffee Break
10:35
Yasuhiro Okada (KEK) (45)
EDMs and Lepton Flavor Violation (pdf)
11:30
Rob Timmermans (KVI/U Groningen)(15)
Status of Schiff Moment Calculations (included in next talk)
11:55
Break for Lunch

1:30
Rob Timmermans (KVI/U Groningen)(40)
Low-Energy T Violation (pdf)
2:20
Eric Cornell (JILA/Colorado) (35)
Searching for an Electron EDM in trapped molecular ions (pdf)
3:05
Coffee Break
3:20
Jerry Gabrielse (Harvard)  (35)
Launch of the ACME search for an Electron EDM using ThO (pdf)
4:05
David Weiss  (Penn State) (35)
Progress Toward a  de  Measurement Using Cs and Rb Atoms in Optical Lattices(pdf)
4:50
David DeMille (Yale) (35)
The PbO Experiments at Yale(pdf)
5:35
Break for the Day


Wednesday 21 July 2010

8:30
Ben Sauer (Imperial College)(35)
The electron edm in YbF: Puzzles and prospects (pdf)
9:15
Neil Shafer-Ray) (Oklahoma) (25)
Progress Toward a de Measurement in PbF (pdf)
9:55
Phil Harris (Sussex) (35)
The ILL Cryogenic- neutron EDM Experiment (pdf)
10:45
Coffee Break
11:00
Klaus Kirch  (PSI) (35)
Search for an EDM of the neutron at PSI (pdf)
11:45
Break for Lunch
Presenters prepare posters
1:30
Brad Filippone (Caltech) (35)
The Search for a neutron EDM at the SNS (pdf)
2:15
Blayne Heckel  (Washington) (35)
Search for an EDM of the 199Hg Atom (pdf)
3:00
Coffee Break
3:15
Zheng-Tian Lu  (Argonne) (35)
Search for an EDM  of  225Ra (pdf)
 
4:00
Poster Session

5:45
Break for Day

 

Thursday 22 July 2010

8:30
Yannis Semertzidis (Brookhaven) (35)
Search for EDMs using storage rings: the proton (pdf)
9:15
Hans Stroeher (Juelich)   (25)
Plans for a deuteron EDM experiment at COSY (pdf)

9:40
Coffee Break

9:55
Jim Miller
(Boston) (40)
Experimental Searches for Lepton Flavor Violation (pdf)

10:45
Maxim Pospelov (Victoria and Perimeter Institute)  (55)
Conference Summary and Outlook (pdf)

11:45
Adjourn and Go to Lunch