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Hosts: Aram Chobanian, President emeritus, Prof. Sheldon Glashow, and Dr. John R. Silber, President emeritus
Master of Ceremonies: Prof. Sheldon Glashow

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Friday, October 21, 2005

Opening ceremony     Leon Lederman, chairman
9:00 - 9:15Shelly GlashowWhy are we all here? (powerpoint)
Aram ChobanianWelcome, from the recent President of Boston University
David CampbellA brief introduction to the university from the Provost
Shelly GlashowDedication of the Symposium: to those who cannot be with us
CP Violation...once there was only Brookhaven...now where?     David Lee, chairman
9:25 - 9:55Lincoln WolfensteinThe surprising neutrino: only those who wager can win.
10:00 - 10:25Witold KozaneckiThe International Linear Collider - back to the energy frontier (powerpoint)
The elusive energy scale beyond the Standard Model    Freeman Dyson, chairman
11:00 - 11:25Roy AleksanPost LHC: How Europe is getting prepared (powerpoint)
11:30 - 11:55Alvaro DeRujulaCosmic rays: a century old conundrum (pdf)
12:00 - 12:15Norman RamseyThe bright future: searching for the electric dipole moment of the neutron (powerpoint)
Role of innovative detectors     Paul Martin, chairman
2:00 - 2:25Andre RosowskyHow to find SUSY: From bizarre idea to CMS calorimetry (powerpoint and pdf)
2:30 - 2:55Jim StraitThe calorimeter of the future: a massive liquid argon time projection chamber (powerpoint and pdf)
3:00 - 3:25Francis FarleyA new method of measuring the muon g-2 (powerpoint and pdf)
Seeking the unexpected     Jack Steinberger, chairman
4:15 - 4:40Mike LeviDetecting dark energy (powerpoint, w/ movies)
4:45 - 5:10Paschal CoyleNeutrinos out of the (deep) blue: Towards a new astronomy (powerpoint, w/ movies)
7:00111 Carlton StreetReception for out-of-town guests

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Grand unification, proton decay, neutrino oscillations, etc.     Frank Wilczek, chairman
9:00 - 9:25Bill FosterA self-assembling hadronic accelerator (powerpoint)
9:30 - 9:55Bruce CortezThe birth of the imaging water Cherenkov detector (powerpoint)
10:00 - 10:25John LoSecco The history of  "anomalous atmospheric neutrino events" (pdf)
Long range future? Or is particle physics just history?     Carlo Rubbia, chairman
11:00 - 11:25David CasperHow will we see leptonic CP violation? (powerpoint)
11:30 - 11:55Tune KamaeTurning the cosmos into a particle physics laboratory (powerpoint)
Is particle physics of any use outside the lab?     Bert Halperin, chairman
2:00 - 2:20Gerry HoltonHistory of science: ascent and morphosis
2:25 - 2:50Charling Tao From physics graduate student in the '70s to observing supernovas today (powerpoint)
2:55 - 3:20Bill WorstellFrom novel g-2 fast calorimetry to a superior pet scanner (powerpoint)
3:25 - 3:50Ian AffleckWhat will we understand next in nanoscience? (powerpoint)
Will we ever see nucleons decaying?     Albrecht Wagner, chairman
4:10 - 4:35Ed WittenProton decay in string theory (powerpoint)
"The Roast"     Alexander Szalay, chairman
4:40 - 5:30VolunteersWe had fun doing science with Larry!
Master of Ceremonies: Prof. Sheldon Glashow
Ballroom, Metcalf Trustees Center
7:00ReceptionFine Arts Quartet:
  Emily Rist, violin, David Glover, violin, Emily Rideout, viola, Leslie Scott, cello
8:00Peter Zazofsky Welcome
Appreciation for the Physics/Fine Arts synergism
Introduction of the President
7:00Bob BrownGreetings from the President of Boston University
Shelly GlashowPresentation of the "Lawrence R. Sulak Common Room"
  Gift of Dean S. Edmonds, Jr. to the Physics Department
Harvey Nathanson"From the peaks of West Virginia to the pinnacles of physics" (pdf)
Witold Kozanecki"Discovering neutral currents, searching for Grand Unification:
  ...not quite what this greenhorn expected" (powerpoint)
John R. Silber"The impact of physics on this university community" (pdf)
David CampbellIntroduction of the Muir Trio:
   Peter Zazofsky, violin, Mike Reynolds, cello, and Robert Merfeld, piano
Franz Schubert, Allegro moderato from Trio in B-flat major, Opus 99

Sunday, October 23, 2005

11:00111 Carlton StreetBrunch for out-of-town guests

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