Lectures & Conference Talks

The Future of Particle Physics

"The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics" for EPP2010: Elementary Particle Physics in the 21st Century, Washington, November 30, 2004.

"The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics," slides from my Fermilab Colloquium, April 28, 2004 · Streaming Video.

"A TeV Linear Collider: Why? Why Now," transparencies from my invited lecture at the Philadelphia Meeting of the American Physical Society, April 2003.

"Next Steps," Snowmass 2001 Closing Talk (Proceedings or Transparencies) and Streaming Video.

"Why We Are Here," Snowmass 2001 Opening Talk (Proceedings or Transparencies) and Streaming Video.

"The Futures of Particle Physics," Plenary Talk (Transparencies) at the 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference and Streaming Video; "Particle Physics--Future Directions," in Conference Proceedings.

"Memos for the Next Millennium," transparencies from my talk at the Fermilab Users Meeting, July 7, 1999.

"Hadron Colliders: Present and Future," transparencies from my talk at Pheno '99: Phenomenology for the Next Millennium, Madison, April 14, 1999.

"Physics Opportunities in Fermilab's Futures," from my Wine & Cheese Seminar at Fermilab, January 15, 1999.

Opening & Closing Talks at Conferences

"New Worlds," closing lecture at Fifty Years of Antiprotons, an Anniversary Symposium at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory · Video (begins at 1:08)

"Nature's Greatest Puzzles," opening lecture at the 2004 SLAC Summer Institute, August 2, 2004.

"Revolutions and Revelations," concluding talk at Physics at LHC 2004, Vienna, July 17, 2004.

"HQ&L 2004 Perspectives," Summary Talk at Heavy Quarks and Leptons 2004, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 5 June 2004.

"Visions: the Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics," Closing Lecture (Preprint or Transparencies) of the Third International Symposium on Large Hadron Collider Physics and Detectors, Chia, Sardinia, Italy, 27 October 2001.

Discrete Symmetries: the Standard Model and Beyond, Opening Lecture at the DESY Theorie Workshop, 27 September 2000.

"The State of the Standard Model," Opening Lecture (Preprint or Transparencies) at μμ99, San Francisco, December 15-17, 1999.

"CP Violation and Rare Decays," Summary Talk (Preprint or Transparencies) at the DAFNE99 Workshop, 18 November 1999 in Frascati.

"Questions of Identity," introduction (Preprint or Transparencies) to NuFact 99, Lyon, July 5 - 9, 1999.

"Perspectives on HQ98," summary talk (Preprint or Transparencies) at Heavy Quark 98, Fermilab, October 12, 1998.

Physics with a Millimole of Muons, Summary Talk at the Workshop on Physics at the First Muon Collider and at the Front End of a Muon Collider. Transparencies and RealAudio from the Seminar version, from the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara.

Particle Physics: Themes and Challenges, opening lecture at the Second Rencontres du Vietnam. Action photo in Reunification Hall, © E. T. Nash.

Summary and Perspectives, closing remarks at the Sixth Rencontres de Blois, Au Coeur de la Matière, 1994.

Other Conference Talks

"Hadronic Physics and Exotics," Plenary Lecture, 2005 European Conference on High-Energy Physics, Lisbon, July 27, 2005.

"The Double Simplex: Envisioning Particles and Interactions," at GustavoFest, a Symposium in Honor of Gustavo Branco, Centro de Física Teórica de Partículas, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, July 20, 2005.

"Quarkonium: New Developments," invited talk at the XVIIIth Rencontres de la Vallée d'Aoste, March 3, 2004.

"Perspectives in High-Energy Physics," Review Lecture (Preprint or Transparencies) at the 1999 ICFA Instrumentation School, Istanbul, June 30, 1999.

"Views from the Top," transparencies from my talk at the British Institute of Physics HEP98 Meeting, Manchester, April 16, 1998.

"Hadron Colliders: The Top Quark & Higgs Boson," transparencies from my talk at the Aspen Winter Physics Conference, January 1998.

"Top & Higgs at Hadron Colliders," (Preprint or Transparencies) from my talk at the San Francisco Muon Collider Conference, December 1997.

"Realizing the Potential of Quarkonium," from the b20 Symposium: Twenty Beautiful Years of Bottom Physics, IIT, 29 June – 2 July 1997.

"Neutrino Interaction Cross Sections," transparencies from my talk at the Workshop on High-Energy Cosmic Neutrinos: Origin, Production, and Detection, Marseille, 2–3 June 1997.

"Top-ology," presented at LISHEP95, Rio de Janeiro.

"Top Quark Matters," from the 1994 International Conference on High Energy Physics, Glasgow.

"Supercollider Physics," from the 1994 La Thuile Conference.

Talks for General Audiences

"Comunicare Fisica all'americana," for the workshop Comunicare Fisica, Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (Italy), October 25, 2005.

"Las Revoluciones por venir en Física de Partículas" / "The Coming Revolutions in Particle Physics," Public Lecture, Museo de las Ciencias, Valencia (Spain), March 4, 2005: PDF (Spanish) or QuickTime (Spanish) or PDF (English) or QuickTime (English).

"Et rien ne fut plus comme avant …" in the series Musique et Physique, Lectures to Celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversity of CERN, the Hundredth Anniversary of Einstein's Annus Mirabilis, and the World Year of Physics, Physics Department, University of Geneva, February 1, 2005: PDF (6.9 MB) or QuickTime (9.4 MB), in French.

"What Do Scientists Wish School Boards Knew about Science Education?" for the DuPage Division of the Illinois Association of School Boards, September 24, 2004.

"Physics without Boundaries," my 22 April 2003 lecture in Fermilab's Physics for Everyone Series · Streaming Video.

"The Art of the Public Lecture," invited lecture in the Real Outreach for Real Proposals Symposium at the Albuquerque Meeting of the American Physical Society, April 2002.

"How the Web Has Changed How We Do Particle Physics," invited lecture at the SLAC Symposium on The Once and Future Web, December 3, 2001.

"Fermilab as a Creative Community," invited lecture at the Symposium on the Future of Creativity, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 3 November 2001.

"Particle Physics: The World of Matter, Space, and Time," streaming video of my Science for Everyone lecture at Fermilab, November 14, 2000.

"The Nature of Science," streaming video of my keynote lecture at the Fermilab Symposium on the Nature of Science, March 18, 2000.