UConn Physics Colloquium

Supersymmetry and How it Helps Understand Our World

Professor Michael Shifman
William I. Fine Theoretical Physics Institute
University of Minnesota

I review the advent of supersymmetry in physics, its original motivations and roots. The essence of the phenomenon is explained in general-physics terms. Then I outline how supersymmetry can help us understand our world, both at short distances and as a tool for solving long-standing problems of strong interactions.

Friday, March 2, 2007
4:00 pm
Gant Science Complex
Physics Department
Room P38

(We will meet for refreshments prior to the talk at 3:30 p.m., in the Gant Science Complex, Physics Library, Room P-103.)

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