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Friday, October 17, 2003
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special time.
[Host: P. Q. Hung]
"Where does the Standard Model come from"
The Standard Model (SM) provides a highly successful description of strong,
weak and electromagnetic interactions at present energies. In combination
with Einstein's general relativity, it helps lay the foundation of another
successful theory, the hot big bang cosmology. Some recent attempts to go
beyond this theoretical framework will be discussed, necessitated in part
by some exciting experimental discoveries, namely neutrino oscillations,
existence of non-baryonic dark matter, CMB anisotropy,etc.
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