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<b>Spin Physics Symposium</b>

Saturday, November 14, 2009
12:00 AM
340 West Hall

A one-day symposium in Spin Physics to honor the career and accomplishments of Professor Alan Krisch. This symposium will bring together experimenters and theorists with an interest in all aspects of spin physics, spanning proton structure, proton spin physics, accelerator physics, polarized targets and polarimetry.

Spin Physics Symposium

November 14, 2009


Scientific Program (Draft)

Morning Session (9am-noon)
- Spin Physics at Michigan: 
Homer Neal
- Elastic hadronic scattering: 
Carl Akerlof
- Polarized beams and experiments at the ZGS: 
Marvin Marshak
- Polarized targets and scattering experiments: 
Don Crabb
- Siberian Snakes and Spin Manipulation: 
Thomas Roser
Lunch (noon-1pm)
Afternoon Session (1pm-4pm)
- Fundamental open questions in spin physics: 
Jacques Soffer
- Spin Physics at existing facilities: 
Naomi Makins
- Using Spin to study QCD: 
Richard Milner
- Spin Physics at the LHC: 
Jonas Strandberg
- Experimental Challenges in Spin Physics:
Abhay Deshpande