Plenary Session I: Science Policy in the 21st Century

Saturday, January 28
8:30 a.m. - 10:18 a.m.

Ballroom Salon 2/3
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Cherry MurrayCherry Murray, DOE Office of Science

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Rush HoltRush Holt, Jr., AAAS

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Bill FosterBill Foster, U.S. Representative (D-IL)

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Kavli Foundation Keynote: Plenary Session II: From Quarks to the Cosmos

Monday, January 30
8:30 a.m. - 10:18 a.m.

Ballroom Salon 2/3
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Barbara JacakQuark Gluon Plasma: Surprises from strongly coupled QCD matter
Barbara Jacak, UC Berkeley & LBNL
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Cora DvorkinNew Frontiers in Cosmology
Cora Dvorkin, Harvard University
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Sylvester GatesThe 1,358,954,496 Matrix Elements to Get From SUSY Diff EQ's to Pictures, Codes, Card Games, Music, Computers, and Back Again
Sylvester Gates, University of Maryland
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Plenary Session III: Black Holes

Tuesday, January 31
8:30 a.m. - 10:18 a.m.

Ballroom Salon 2/3
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Laura CadonatiEinstein’s Gift: Stellar Mass Black Holes in the LIGO Era
Laura Cadonati, Georgia Tech
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Chung-Pei MaThe Most Massive Black Holes in the Local Universe
Chung-Pei Ma, UC Berkeley
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Raphael BoussoBlack Holes, Quantum Information, and Unification
Raphael Bousso, Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics
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