50 Years of Electroweak Physics
A symposium in honor of Professor Alberto Sirlin's 70th Birthday
October 27-28, 2000

Meyer Hall of Physics
4 Washington Place
New York, NY 10003

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October 27

Room 122 Meyer Hall

9:00-9:20Introductory remarks
  P. Lennie, Dean of Sciences
  G. Farrar, Chair, Department of Physics
9:20-10:00Everyone Makes Mistakes - Including Feynman
  T. Kinoshita, Cornell University
10:00-10:40The Muon: A Laboratory for New Physics
  W.J. Marciano, BNL
10:40-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:40Black Holes, Strings and Quantum Coherence
  D. Amati, SISSA-ISAS, Trieste, Italy
11:40-12:20Physics implications of Precision Electroweak Experiments
  P. Langacker, University of Pennsylvania
12:20-1:40Lunch Break

Symposium Resumes in Room 102, Meyer Hall

  J. Erler, University of Pennsylvania
2:20-3:00Where is the Higgs?
  G. Degrassi, University of Padua, Padua, Italy
3:00-3:20Coffee break
3:20-4:00Radiative B Decays in the Sandard Model and Beyond
  P. Gambino, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
4:00-4:40Twelve Years of Precision Calculations for LEP: What Next?
  D. Bardin JINR, Dubina, Russia
4:40-5:20On the Quest for Unification: Simplicity and Anti-Simplicity
  P. Minkowski, ITP, University of Bern, Switzerland

October 28

Room 122 Meyer Hall

9:20-10:00Hadronic Contributions to the Photon Vacuum Polarization and their Role in Precision Physics
  F. Jegerlehner, DESY, Hamburg, Germany
10:00-10:40Light-Hadron Prouction at Next-to-Leading Order in QCD
  B.A. Kniehl, DESY, Hamburg, Germany
10:40-11:00Coffee break
11:00-11:40Precision Physics Near LEP Shotdown and Evolutionary Developments
  G. Passarino, University of Turin, Italy
11:40-12:20The MW-MZ Mass Correlation at the Electroweak 2-Loop Level
  W. Hollik, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
12:20-1:40Lunch break
1:40-2:20QED Corrections to Neutrino-Electron Scattering
  M.Passera, ITP, University of Bern, Switzerland
2:20-3:00Gauge Invariance and Unstable Particles
  J. Papavassiliou, University of Valencia, Spain
3:00-3:20Coffee break
3:20-4:00Approximating the Multileg Processes: Heavy Higgs Production Via W-Fusion at the LHC and Linear Colliders
  K. Philippides, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece
  R. Finkelstein, UCLA
4:40-5:20Solar Neutrinos
  J.N. Bahcall, IAS. Princeton

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