Past Event

Our Lopsided Universe: The Matter with Anti-Matter

Half of our universe appears to be missing, and scientists at SLAC and all over the world are trying to understand why. Don't miss this talk in which Steve Sekula will explain the core issues surrounding matter and anti-matter.

About Steve Sekula

Steve Sekula was born in Massachusetts and raised in Connecticut. After completing his senior thesis work on the CDF experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Lab, he graduated from Yale in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. Steve attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for graduate school, where he worked at CERN in Switzerland for two summers before coming to SLAC in 2000. After earning his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison he left for MIT where he is currently a Post-Doctoral Associate working on the BarBar experiment.

Past Event

Our Lopsided Universe: The Matter with Anti-Matter

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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
12:30–1:30 p.m. PDT
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