Part of a joint meeting of participants in the AIM (Aspire Initiate & Master) grant
Discussing the intriguing results coming out of the recently powered-up Large Hadron Collider. For example, you may remember a flurry of news stories last summer about how LHC scientists were nearing a proof of the existence of the Higgs boson (or "god particle" as some have called it).
Mr. Naiditch's talk will be the concluding event of AIM's joint meeting, and doors will open at 3:45pm at the on campus. This lecture was rescheduled from November. To make up for the confusion, a plethora of hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served!
All of the normal flex and CPGU will be available as well, for campus workers who attend. See you then!!