Baryogenesis Confronts Experiment
November 7--9, 2007, University of Chicago
933 East 56th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
One of the most outstanding open questions in cosmology and
is the origin of the observed asymmetry between
matter and anti-matter.
There are several scenarios which
explain such an asymmetry, which rely on physics
from the QCD scale to energies close to the GUT scale.
this workshop we will analyze these scenarios and discuss their
tests at present or near future experiments.
Location and list of speakers:
KICP, LASR Conference Room 152
K.S. Babu, Oklahoma State University
Steve Blanchet, Max Planck Insitute, Munich
Marcela Carena, Fermi National Laboratory
Mu-Chun Chen, University of California, Irvine
Hooman Davoudiasl, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Ayres Freitas, Argonne and University of Chicago
Bjorn Garbrecht, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
Belen Gavela, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Tony Gherghetta, University of Minnesota
Paul Langacker, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton
Anibal Medina, University of Chicago
Rabindra Mohapatra, University of Maryland
David Morrissey, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Germano Nardini, IFAE, Barcelona
Maxim Pospelov, University of Victoria
Stefano Profumo, University of California, Santa Cruz
Michael Rumsey-Musolf, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
Apostolos Pilaftsis, University of Manchester
Mariano Quiros, IFAE, Barcelona
Jing Shu, University of Chicago
Tim Tait, Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory
Carlos Wagner, Argonne and University of Chicago
Scientific Program : C.E.M. Wagner, email@example.com
Conference Coordinator : Aimee Giles, firstname.lastname@example.org
Talks will start at 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7. Last talk will take place
in the early afternoon on Friday, November 9.
There will be a Banquet at
a Mediterranean kitchen
restaurant located on Woodlawn and 53rd St,
a few blocks
from the LASR building, on Thursday evening.
We have arranged accomodation for participants at
The International House at the University of Chicago ,
from the night of Nov. 6 until Nov. 9. The International House offers
a convenient location and affordable prices.
There are single dorm rooms, which share a common bathroom,
for 57 dollars a night. Dorm rooms are fully
furnished with a desk, chair, and wardrobe. Linens are provided.
There is also the possibility of Guest Rooms, for 67 dollars a night.
These are double occupancy
carpeted rooms with a queen size bed, television with cable access.
Local phone service and linens provided. Bathrooms are shared.
The International House
also offers wireless network access, laundry facilities, Tiffin Café, and
the convenience of proximity to the University and transportation
to downtown Chicago.
Directions from the International
House to the LASR buildiing
Updated November 4, 2007 ;