Plenary Session Speakers

Listing by topic   (see below for listing by time)
High Energy Frontier
  Plenary Session 1 - 10:30 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
  Results from the First Two Years of Operation of the LHC: the ATLAS Experiment
  Kaushik De [University of Texas at Arlington]
  Results from the First Two Years of Operation of the LHC: the CMS Experiment
  Darin E. Acosta [University of Florida]
Low Energy Precision Frontier
  Plenary Session 3 - 10:30 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  Rare Decays and Symmetries
  Magnus Wolke [Uppsala University]
  Search for Lepton Flavour Violations
  Yoshitaka Kuno [Osaka University]
Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing
  Plenary Session 2 - 14:00 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
  Recent Results and Perspectives in Neutrino Oscillation Physics
  Ornella Palamara [Laboratori Nazionale del Gran Sasso]
  Neutrino Mass Measurements and the Nature of the Neutrino
  Thierry Lasserre [CEA-Saclay]
  Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering: Recent Progress
  Gabriel N. Perdue [University of Rochester]
Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Plenary Session 3 - 11:30 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Jens Erler [UNAM]
  EDM Searches
  Klaus Kirch [PSI]
Cosmic Frontier
  Plenary Session 6 - 11:30 Friday, 1 June 2012
  The Cosmic Frontier
  Scott Dodelson [University of Chicago]
  Status and Future of the Quest for Gravitational Waves
  Laura Cadonati [University of Massachusetts, Amherst]
Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  Plenary Session 6 - 10:30 Friday, 1 June 2012
  Dark Forces and the GeV Frontier
  Natalia Toro [Perimeter Institute]
  Dark Matter Signatures and Limits
  Reina Maruyama [University of Wisconsin]
Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics
  Plenary Session 5 - 10:30 Thursday, 31 May 2012
  Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
  Keith Olive [University of Minnesota]
  Nuclear Astrophysics with Rare Isotopes
  Hendrik Schatz [Michigan State University]
  Neutrino Flavour Transformation and Supernovae
  Maria Cristina Volpe [Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’Orsay]
Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix
  Plenary Session 4 - 14:00 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  Present and Future of Heavy Flavour Physics: Experimental Perspectives
  Stephane T'Jampens [CNRS/IN2P3/LAPP]
  Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix (a Theoretical Overview)
  Enrico Lunghi [Indiana University]
QCD, Hadron Spectroscopy and Exotics
  Plenary Session 1 - 11:30 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
  Understanding the Baryon and Meson Spectra
  Michael R. Pennington [Jefferson Laboratory]
  Hadron Physics and Lattice QCD
  Constantia Alexandrou [University of Cyprus]
Hadronic Physics and Spin
  Plenary Session 4 - 15:00 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  Where is the Spin of the Nucleon?
  Zein-Eddine Meziani [Temple University]
  Disentangling the EMC Effects
  Eliazer Piasetzky [Tel Aviv University]
Nucleon Structure
  Plenary Session 8 - 10:30 Saturday, 2 June 2012
  Asymmetric Parton Distributions of the Nucleon
  Daniel Boer [KVI Groningen]
  A New Generation of Measurements of the Proton's Size and Structure
  John Arrington [ANL]
Nuclear Structure
  Plenary Session 9 - 14:00 Saturday, 2 June 2012
  Understanding Nuclei from First Principles
  Petr Navratil [TRIUMF]
  Nuclei at the Limits of Stability
  Alexandra Gade [Michigan State University]
  The Quest for the Super-Heavy Elements
  Yuri Oganessian [Joint Institute for Nuclear Research – Dubna]
Quark Matter and High Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions
  Plenary Session 2 - 15:30 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
  High Energy Heavy Ion Physics
  Jamie Nagle [University of Colorado]
New Facilities and their Instrumentation
  Plenary Session 5 - 12:00 Thursday, 31 May 2012
  The Science and Prospects of the Electron Ion Collider (EIC)
  Abhay Deshpande [SUNY – Stony Brook]
Reviews of Parallel Sessions
  Plenary Session 7 - 14:00 Friday, 1 June 2012
  Low Energy Precision Frontier
  Chen-Yu Liu [Indiana University]
  Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing
  Nikolai Tolich [University of Washington]
  Cosmic Frontier
  William C. Wester [FNAL]
  Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  Richard Hill [University of Chicago]
  Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics
  Juan Estrada [FNAL]
  Plenary Session 8 - 11:30 Saturday, 2 June 2012
  High Energy Frontier
  Oliver Stelzer-Chilton [TRIUMF]
  Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix
  Steven Blusk [Syracuse University]
  Nuclear Structure
  Rituparna Kanungo [Saint Mary’s University]
  Plenary Session 9 - 15:30 Saturday, 2 June 2012
  Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Joao Guimaraes da Costa [Harvard University]
  Plenary Session 10 - 10:30 Sunday, 3 June 2012
  QCD, Hadron Spectroscopy and Exotics
  Annalisa D’Angelo [INFN-Roma ‘Tor Vergata’]
  Hadronic Physics and Spin
  Andreas Metz [Temple University]
  Nucleon Structure
  Vladimir Pascalutsa [Universität Mainz]
  Quark Matter and High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions
  Christine Nattrass [University of Tennessee-Knoxville]
  New Facilities and their Instrumentation
  Eugene Chudakov [Jefferson Laboratory]
Closing Talk
  Plenary Session 10 - 12:35 Sunday, 3 June 2012
  Vision
  Richard G. Milner [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]
Public Lecture
  20:00 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  Energy and the Future (a Worldwide Perspective)
  Ernest J. Moniz
[Cecil and Ida Green Distinguished Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology]

       
Listing by time   (see above for listing by topic)
Plenary Session 1 - 10:30 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
        Chair: Jens Dilling [TRIUMF]
  High Energy Frontier
  Results from the First Two Years of Operation of the LHC: the ATLAS Experiment
  Kaushik De [University of Texas at Arlington]
  Results from the First Two Years of Operation of the LHC: the CMS Experiment
  Darin E. Acosta [University of Florida]
  QCD, Hadron Spectroscopy and Exotics
  Understanding the Baryon and Meson Spectra
  Michael R. Pennington [Jefferson Laboratory]
  Hadron Physics and Lattice QCD
  Constantia Alexandrou [University of Cyprus]
Plenary Session 2 - 14:00 Tuesday, 29 May 2012
        Chair: Kate Scholberg [Duke University]
  Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing
  Recent Results and Perspectives in Neutrino Oscillation Physics
  Ornella Palamara [Laboratori Nazionale del Gran Sasso]
  Neutrino Mass Measurements and the Nature of the Neutrino
  Thierry Lasserre [CEA-Saclay]
  Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering: Recent Progress
  Gabriel N. Perdue [University of Rochester]
  Quark Matter and High Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions
  High Energy Heavy Ion Physics
  Jamie Nagle [University of Colorado]
Plenary Session 3 - 10:30 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
        Chair: Roger D. Carlini [Jefferson Laboratory]
  Low Energy Precision Frontier
  Rare Decays and Symmetries
  Magnus Wolke [Uppsala University]
  Search for Lepton Flavour Violations
  Yoshitaka Kuno [Osaka University]
  Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Jens Erler [UNAM]
  EDM Searches
  Klaus Kirch [PSI]
Plenary Session 4 - 14:00 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
        Chair: David W. Hertzog [University of Washington]
  Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix
  Present and Future of Heavy Flavour Physics: Experimental Perspectives
  Stephane T'Jampens [CNRS/IN2P3/LAPP]
  Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix (a Theoretical Overview)
  Enrico Lunghi [Indiana University]
  Hadronic Physics and Spin
  Where is the Spin of the Nucleon?
  Zein-Eddine Meziani [Temple University]
  Disentangling the EMC Effects
  Eliazer Piasetzky [Tel Aviv University]
20:00 Wednesday, 30 May 2012
        Chair: Alan D. Krisch [University of Michigan]
  Public Lecture
  Energy and the Future (a Worldwide Perspective)
  Ernest J. Moniz
[Cecil and Ida Green Distinguished Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology]
Plenary Session 5 - 10:30 Thursday, 31 May 2012
        Chair: Wick C. Haxton [UC, Berkeley]
  Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics
  Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
  Keith Olive [University of Minnesota]
  Nuclear Astrophysics with Rare Isotopes
  Hendrik Schatz [Michigan State University]
  Neutrino Flavour Transformation and Supernovae
  Maria Cristina Volpe [Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’Orsay]
  New Facilities and their Instrumentation
  The Science and Prospects of the Electron Ion Collider (EIC)
  Abhay Deshpande [SUNY – Stony Brook]
Plenary Session 6 - 10:30 Friday, 1 June 2012
        Chair: Susan Gardner [University of Kentucky]
  Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  Dark Forces and the GeV Frontier
  Natalia Toro [Perimeter Institute]
  Dark Matter Signatures and Limits
  Reina Maruyama [University of Wisconsin]
  Cosmic Frontier
  The Cosmic Frontier
  Scott Dodelson [University of Chicago]
  Status and Future of the Quest for Gravitational Waves
  Laura Cadonati [University of Massachusetts, Amherst]
Plenary Session 7 - 14:00 Friday, 1 June 2012
        Chair: John C. Hardy [Texas A&M University]
  Reviews of Parallel Sessions
  Low Energy Precision Frontier
  Chen-Yu Liu [Indiana University]
  Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing
  Nikolai Tolich [University of Washington]
  Cosmic Frontier
  William C. Wester [FNAL]
  Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  Richard Hill [University of Chicago]
  Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics
  Juan Estrada [FNAL]
Plenary Session 8 - 10:30 Saturday, 2 June 2012
        Chair: Mauro Anselmino [INFN-Torino]
  Nucleon Structure
  Asymmetric Parton Distributions of the Nucleon
  Daniel Boer [KVI Groningen]
  A New Generation of Measurements of the Proton's Size and Structure
  John Arrington [ANL]
  Reviews of Parallel Sessions
  High Energy Frontier
  Oliver Stelzer-Chilton [TRIUMF]
  Heavy Flavour and the CKM Matrix
  Steven Blusk [Syracuse University]
  Nuclear Structure
  Achim Schwenk [Technische Universität Darmstadt]
Plenary Session 9 - 14:00 Saturday, 2 June 2012
        Chair: Carl E. Svensson [University of Guelph]
  Nuclear Structure
  Understanding Nuclei from First Principles
  Petr Navratil [TRIUMF]
  Nuclei at the Limits of Stability
  Alexandra Gade [Michigan State University]
  The Quest for the Super-Heavy Elements
  Yuri Oganessian [Joint Institute for Nuclear Research – Dubna]
  Reviews of Parallel Sessions
  Electroweak Tests of the Standard Model
  Joao Guimaraes da Costa [Harvard University]
Plenary Session 10 - 10:30 Sunday, 3 June 2012
        Chair: Mei Bai [BNL]
  Reviews of Parallel Sessions
  QCD, Hadron Spectroscopy and Exotics
  Annalisa D’Angelo [INFN-Roma ‘Tor Vergata’]
  Hadronic Physics and Spin
  Andreas Metz [Temple University]
  Nucleon Structure
  Vladimir Pascalutsa [Universität Mainz]
  Quark Matter and High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions
  Christine Nattrass [University of Tennessee-Knoxville]
  New Facilities and their Instrumentation
  Eugene Chudakov [Jefferson Laboratory]
  Closing Talk
  Vision
  Richard G. Milner [Massachusetts Institute of Technology]
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