• Masato Yamanaka, Nagoya University, Japan, "New Process for Charged Lepton Flavor Violation Searches: $mu^- e^- to e^- e^-$ in a Muonic atom"
    August 31 4:00pm
    We propose a new process of $mu^- e^- to e^- e^-$ in a muonic atom for a quest of charged lepton flavor violation. The Coulomb attraction from the nucleus in a heavy muonic atom leads to significant enhancement in its rate.  I show that the search for this process could serve complementarily with the other relevant processes to shed lights more »
  • Open Lab: PubMed for Social Scientists
    September 01 11:00am
    Join this open lab any time during the hour. If you're new to PubMed, need a refresher, or are just curious about this enormous biomedical database for the US National Library of Medicine, stop by as we investigate PubMed from searching to saving and even getting full-text. more »
  • Matt Shepherd, Indiana University, "Searching for exotic configurations of quarks and gluons"
    September 02 4:00pm
    Almost all forms of visible matter produced naturally and in laboratory experiments seem to be composed of relatively simple configurations of valence quarks, either three quarks (baryons) or a quark and an antiquark (mesons).  At the same time, the underlying theory that describes the interaction of quarks, Quantum Chromodynamics, appears more »
  • Midweek Letter Writing Club
    September 02 4:00pm
    Unwind and unplug at the ACC! A new study that compared the different brain processes used for writing by hand and typing has found that there are cognitive benefits to putting a pen to paper. Psychology Today published that writing can help the brain to develop the logical functions required for successful math and science learning, in addition more »
  • Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Japanese Origami and Paper Crafts
    September 02 4:00pm
    Learn the art of Japanese origami and other paper crafts! Beginners are welcome and encouraged, and lessons are free and open to the public. For more information, please email acc@indiana.edu. Informal classes will meet every Wednesday during the semester to practice. Instructor: Chiaki Arai. more »
Thursday, April 24, 2014