Note, this is subject to change. Titles sometimes are only suggestions.
Talk times include one third for discussion.
The first week will start at 9:00 on June 5 and end by 18:00 June 9.
Monday, June 5, 2000
am: P. Souder (Syracuse), HAPPEX [1 hour 15 min.]
H.W. Hammer (Ohio State), Strange Form Factors of the Nucleon. [45 min.]
R. McKeown (Cal Tech), Recent SAMPLE Results. [1hour 15 min.]
pm: D. Leinweber (Adelaide), A Lattice QCD Calculation of the Strangeness
Magnetic Moment of the Nucleon. [1 hour 15 min]
R. Tayloe (LANL), A Measurement of G_s with LSND. [45 min.]
S. Bass (Munich), Parity-violating neutrino-proton scattering and proton spin structure. [45 min.]
Tuesday, June 6
am: D. Beck (Illinois), G0. [1 hour 15 min.]
J. Arvieux (Orsay), TBA. [45 min.]
F. Maas (Mainz), The A4 Mainz Parity Violation Experiment. [45 min.]
pm: M. Ramsey-Musolf (U Conn), Low Energy Tests of Standard Model.
[1 hour 15 min.]
R. Carlini (Jlab), Low Energy Tests of the Standard Model. [45 min.]
K. Kumar (U Mass), Plans for SLAC-E158: Parity Nonconservation in Moller Scattering. [45 min.]
Wednesday, June 7
am: R. Michaels (Jlab), Parity Violating Measurements of Neutron Densities.
[1 hour 15 min.]
C. Horowitz (Indiana), Interpretation of Neutron Density Measurements. [1 hour 15 min.]
pm: I. Sick (Basel), Determining Charge and Neutron Densities. [1 hour
S. Pollock (Colorado), Sensitivity of atomic parity violation to nuclear structure. [45 min.]
M. Welliver (Colorado), Effects of Spatial Neutron Distributions on Low Energy Parity-Violating Observables. [30 min.]
Thursday, June 8
am: R. Furnstahl (Ohio State), Neutron Densities in Effective Field
Theory. [1 hour 15 min.]
P. Ring (Munich), Relativistic Theory of Neutron and Proton Densities far from the Valley of beta-Stability. [45 min.]
D. Vretner (Zagreb), Parity violating elastic electron scattering and neutron density distributions in the Relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov Model. [45 min.]
pm: A. Brown (MSU), How well do we know the neutron density in
208Pb? [1 hour 15 min.]
N. Auerbach (Tel Aviv), Calculations of Anapole Moments. [45 min.]
U. Meissner (Juelich), Parity Violating meson-nucleon couplings in a chiral soliton model. [45 min.]
Friday, June 9
am: S. Blundell (CEA Paris) Atomic theory of parity nonconservation
in Cs. [1 hour]
M.-A. Bouchiat (Paris), The Paris PV experiment in cesium using detection by stimulated emission: Progress report. [1 hour]
J. Stalnaker (Berkeley), Atomic PNC experiments at Berkeley. [45 min.]
P. Sandars (Oxford), A parametric approach to nuclear size and shape in atomic parity nonconservation. [30 min.]
pm: J. Erler (U Penn), Z' Physics, Supersymmetry, and Electroweak
Precision Data [1 hour 15 min.]
Panel: What are the most important experiments and calculations?
Panel members: R. Carlini (Jlab), S. Kowalski (MIT), K. Kumar (U Mass), M. Ramsey-Musolf (U Conn), P. Sandars (Oxford), I. Sick (Basel)
Moderator: C. Horowitz (Indiana)
IMPORTANT: talk times include one third time for discussions.