Elliott Bloom SymposiumFriday, 18 March 2016Kavli AuditoriumSLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
This symposium will celebrate Prof. Elliott Bloom’s many scientific accomplishments at SLAC during his nearly 50-year career (so far), on the occasion of his transitioning to Emeritus status.
The topics to be covered by Elliott’s colleagues and former students will include work in particle physics, including deep inelastic scattering and development of the Bloom-Gilman duality, the BC42 bubble chamber experiment, and the development and long life of the Crystal Ball detector. They will also cover the growth of particle astrophysics at SLAC, including the USA experiment and the Large Area Telescope of GLAST/Fermi, and the results from these space experiments, including indirect detection searches for dark matter.
Organizing Committee: Seth Digel, Grzegorz (Greg) Madejski, and Aaron Roodman
There is no fee for the symposium, however please register because attendance will be limited to 150 people due to the auditorium size.For those attending the symposium dinner, please pay via the online sign up.
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