photo of Professor Alberto Sirlin

A symposium in memory of Professor Alberto Sirlin (1930-2022)

Date: November 18, 2022

Time: 9:00AM-5:30PM

Location: New York University, Department of Physics

Address: 726 Broadway Rm 940, New York, NY 10003

Prof. Alberto Sirlin was a distinguished and beloved member of the NYU Physics department for over 70 years. His life-long research on weak interactions and the Standard Model of elementary particles was groundbreaking and universally recognized by the physics community. Prof. Sirlin received the J.J. Sakurai prize of the American Physical Society and other important awards in recognition of his achievements. This meeting honors his memory and his continuing scientific legacy.

Schedule

9AM
Introductory remarks from Gregory Gabadadze, Dean of Science
9:10AM
Introductory remarks from Matthew Kleban, Chair of the Physics Department
9:20AM
William J Marciano, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Zoom)
10AM
Kostas Philippides, University of Western Macedonia (Zoom)
10:20AM
Break
10:40AM
Massimo Passera, INFN Padua (Zoom)
11:40AM
Daniele Amati, SISSA (Zoom)
Recollections of our common shared youth experiences
12PM-1:40PM
Lunch break
1:40PM
Michael Peskin, SLAC and Stanford University
2:20PM
Doreen Wackeroth, University at Buffalo
3PM
Break
4PM
Andrzej Czarnecki, University of Alberta
4:40PM
Concluding remarks
5PM
Meeting ends
 
Bernd Kniehl, University of Hamburg

Participants

*organizers