Tuesday, Oct 16 at 2:00 PM
1300 FRIB Laboratory
Brandon Cathey, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Six dimensional phase space measurements at the SNS Beam Test Facility

Abstract:  This presentation covers the implementation and results from the first complete six-dimensional phase space measurement of a beam in a hadron accelerator. The measurement was made on the Spallation Neutron Source Beam Test Facility, a functional duplicate of the SNS front-end. The data reveal previously unknown correlations in the six-dimensional phase space distribution that are not visible in lower dimensionality measurements. These correlations are shown to be intensity dependent.

Wednesday, Oct 17 at 4:10 PM
1200 FRIB Laboratory
Jozef Dudek, Jefferson Lab and College of William and Mary
Thinking inside the box -- hadron resonances in quantum chromodynamics

Abstract:  The excited spectrum of hadrons is a spectrum of rapidly decaying resonances whose existence we infer from observations of their decay products. The underlying theory of quark and gluons, QCD, can be studied numerically using lattice techniques where the fields are considered on a grid of finite size. I will describe how we can make use of the finite box in which lattice QCD calculations are performed to learn something about hadron scattering amplitudes from first principles. These amplitudes contain information about the resonance structure of QCD and hence the spectrum of excited mesons and baryons. I will present the results of recent calculations in which the lightest scalar, vector and tensor mesons have been studied.

Thursday, Oct 18 at 11:00 AM
1200 FRIB Laboratory
Bingshui Gao, NSCL
Constraining electron-capture rates near N~50 via the (t,3He) charge-exchange reaction
Tuesday, Oct 30 at 11:00 AM
1200 FRIB Laboratory
Abhijit Majumder, Wayne State University
Theory Seminar - Title to be announced
Monday, Nov 12 at 12:30 PM
1400 Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building
Michael Febbraro, Oak Ridge National Lab
JINA-CEE Seminar - Title to be announced
Tuesday, Nov 13 at 11:00 AM
1200 FRIB Laboratory
Matthew Hirn, Computational Mathematics, Science & Engineering, MSU
Theory Seminar - Title to be announced