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A perspective on Hadron Physics in the LHC Era

WHEN: 
Wednesday, 2017, May 3 - 10:30
SPONSOR: 
School of Physics and Technology
SPEAKER(s): 
Professor Craig D. Roberts
DETAILS: 
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 Craig D. Roberts

Education/Employment

1 May 2001 - 10 Feb. 2017: Group Leader, Theory, Argonne National Laboratory
2006-Present: Senior Physicist, Argonne National Laboratory
1996-2006: Physicist, Argonne National Laboratory
1991-96: Assistant Physicist, Argonne National Laboratory
1989-91: Research Associate, Argonne National Laboratory
1987-89: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1988 (10 May): Ph.D., Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

 

This presentation will describe the needs for, and challenges facing, hadron physics in the forthcoming decade. It will also highlight recent progress toward meeting these challenges, which have been made using nonperturbative continuum methods in QCD. The topics covered will include insights into the origin of mass in the Standard Model, predictions deriving from the perspective developed, and how existing and planned facilities can validate them.

 

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