The conference will be held in Room 204, Crow Hall (Physics Building). All talks include 5 minutes for questions.
Friday, March 25, 2016
6:30-8:30 PM Welcoming Reception  

Saturday, March 26, 2016
Time Speaker Name Title of Talk
8:45 Mark Alford, Physics Chair Welcome
9:00 (25'+5') Andreas Kronfeld Leptonic B Decay: from Seillac to St. Louis
9:30 (25'+5') Jack Laiho Lattice Quantum Gravity and Asymptotic Safety
10:00 Coffee Break  
10:45 (25'+5') Julius Kuti Rooting for the composite Higgs particle
11:15 (25'+5') Robert Sugar Reggeon Field Theory: An Effective Field Theory for High Energy Scattering
11:45 (15'+5') Elizabeth Freeland New Results in Neutral B mixing
12:05 (15'+5') Christopher Aubin Musings on the muon g-2
12:25 Lunch  
2:30 (25'+5') Laurent Lellouch Where does the neutron-proton mass difference come from and why do we care?
3:00 (25'+5') Yigal Shamir The lattice playground beyond the Standard Model
3:30 (15'+5') Van Savage Combining mechanistic modeling with big data to better understand biological systems
3:50 (15'+5') Nathan Brown Scale Setting with Gradient Flow
4:10 (15'+5') Aida El-Khadra Semileptonic Decays: Then and Now
4:30 Coffee  
5:00 - 6:00 Reminiscences  
7:00 Cocktails  
7:45 Dinner Steve Gottlieb (25'): Claude Bernard: a Life of Charm and Beauty

Sunday, March 27, 2016
Time Speaker Name Title of Talk
9:00 (25'+5') Amarjit Soni The quest for epsilon': The early years
9:30 (25'+5') Norman Christ Using the strong interactions to understand the weak interactions with a focus on K mesons
10:00 (25'+5') Ratindranath Akhoury Aspects of perturbative quantum gravity
10:30 Coffee  
11:00 (25'+5') Guido Martinelli Axion phenomenology and $\theta$-dependence from lattice QCD
11:30 (25'+5') Steve Sharpe Chiral Perturbation Theory and Lattice QCD