Symposium in Celebration of the
After seventeen productive and exciting years, fixed target running with the Tevatron has come to an end.
On June 2 we shall mark the end of the Tevatron fxed-target era, with a one-day symposium celebrating the physics, the technology, and the people who were a part of the program. The celebration will also look ahead to a future program with the new Main Injector.
In lieu of proceedings, we are putting together a commemorative book, including a section on each experiment that ran in the Tevatron era.
There is no registration fee, but if you register by May 19, there will be a copy of the commemorative book for you at the Symposium.
List of registered participants (pdf)
9:00 am Session I-Convener: Jeff Appel
Leon Lederman, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy & Illinois Institute of Technology
Questions during the Tevatron Era
Jonathan Rosner, University of Chicago
10:10 am Break
10:35 am Session II-Convener: Chuck Brown
Tevatron Accelerator and Experimental Technologies
John Peoples, Fermilab
Detectors, and the Rest in the Tevatron Hyperon and Kaon
Bruce Winstein, University of Chicago
11:45 am Lunch
1:15 pm Session III-Convener: Peter Cooper
the Heavy Quark Program
Jussara Miranda, Centro Brasileiro de Pesguisas Fisicas
the Muon and Neutrino Programs
Heidi Schellman, Northwestern University
2:25 pm Break
2:50 pm Session IV-Convener: Herman White
High PT and High Mass Phenomena
Paul Slattery, University of Rochester
Where We Are and What Lies Ahead for Fixed Target at Fermilab
Michael Witherell, Fermilab
4:00 pm Celebration in the Atrium of Wilson Hall
Jeff Appel (Chair), Chuck
Brown, Janet Conrad, Peter Cooper, Cat James,
Andreas Kronfeld, Craig Moore, Patti Poole, Cynthia Sazama, Herman White
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