Rabindra Mohapatra (Physics) organized two workshops: one in the International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy on "Behind the Neutrino Mass," taking place in September 17-21, 2012 and one in Lead, South Dakota (site of the famous Homestake mine) on "Neutrinos and Unifications" July 18-19.
Professor Pati Mentioned in Higgs Boson Comment
Published: Monday, 06 August 2012 13:57
Jogesh Pati (Physics) was mentioned in the IDS Comment, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (New Delhi, India) on the discovery of the Higgs boson. Pati received the 2000 Dirac Medal and Prize for his pioneering contributions to the quest for a unified theory of quarks and leptons and of the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions.
Professor Sundrum discusses the Higgs Boson
Published: Monday, 06 August 2012 13:50
Raman Sundrum (Physics) was part of a 4-physicist panel, July 8, at the International Conference of High Energy Physics, Melbourne, Australia, explaining the discovery of the Higgs boson to the public. Sundrum, a highly cited particle theorist, is the Wilson H. Elkins Professor (Physics) and a Distinguished University Professor. You can find the discussion on youtube at http://youtube/vK1Bfn6C4Jg.
Prof. Greenberg Was Cited in Fermilab Today
Published: Friday, 01 June 2012 16:52
Oscar Greenberg (Physics) was cited in Fermilab Today, May 18, in an article on the “three colors of particle physics.” Greenberg proposed the idea that a particle containing three “up” quarks each quarks had a different charge – now known as color.