SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM (Wednesday, May 16)

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Date Morning Afternoon
May 16
(Wed)
SESSION CHAIR: D. Huterer
8:30-9:05 Peter Garnavich (Notre Dame)
Dark Energy (pdf)

9:05-9:40 Frank Calaprice (Princeton)
WARP (ppt)

9:40-10:15 Reynald Pain (LPNHE, Univ. of Paris VI, France)
Supernova Surveys - SNLS (ppt)

10:15-10:35 Break

SESSION CHAIR: S. Su
10:35-11:10 Wim de Boer (Karlsruhe)
The dark connection between the Canis Major dwarf, the Monoceros ring, the gas flaring, the rotation curve and the EGRET excess of diffuse Galactic Gamma Rays (ppt)

11:10-11:45 Marc R. Davis (UC Berkeley)
DEEP2 Redshift Survey (ppt)

11:45-12:20 Igor V. Moskalenko (Stanford)
GLAST (ppt)

12:20-1:15 Lunch

SESSION CHAIR: R. Bryan
1:15-1:50 James White (TAMU)
SIGN, Potential WIMP Detection using Pressurized Gaseous Nobles (ppt)

1:50-2:25 Robert Webb (TAMU)
Neutrinos: Past, Present and Future (ppt)

2:25-3:25 Panel 3: Dark Matter Detection
[de Boer, Dragowsky, Fornengo, White, Baer(moderator) ] (photo)

3:25-3:50 Break

SESSION CHAIR: H. Baer
3:50-4:25 Gordon Kane (Michigan)
Cosmological Significance of a Discovery of WIMPs at Colliders or in Direct Experiments (ppt)

4:25-5:00 Shufang Su (Arizona)
Long Lived Charged Particle (pdf)

5:30 To University Club (Rudder Tower) by bus

6:00-7:15 Dinner at University Club (11th floor) at Rudder Tower

7:30 Leon M. Lederman (Fermilab)
Sputnik, Frogs, and Science Education
[Public Talk at Rudder Tower Theatre]

9:00 Depart for La Quinta and Hilton by bus

May 16 Program