Curriculum Vitae
LISA RANDALL
Harvard University — Department of Physics
17 Oxford Street Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
randall@physics.harvard.edu (617) 496-8188

Awards and Memberships | External Advisory Positions | Editorial Positions | Physics and University Committees | Named Physics Lectures| Recent and Highly Cited Papers | Books | Contributed Chapters | Opera: Performances | Opera: Radio Broadcasts | Art Exhibits | Selected Art Reviews | Contributed Articles and Blog Posts | Reviews: Higgs Discoverye | Reviews: Knocking on Heaven's Door | Accolades: Knocking on Heaven's Door | Reviews: Warped Passages | Accolades for Warped Passages | Domestic Radio and TV | Domestic Press | International Radio and TV | International Press | Art Radio and TV | Art Press and Reviews | Public Lectures | Workshop and Conference Organization | Conference Talks, Workshops and Visiting Positions | Colloquia| Publications


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Frank B. Baird, Jr., Professor of Science, Harvard University, July 2009 – present
Professor of Physics, Harvard University, July 2001 to July 2009
Professor of Physics, MIT, September 1998 – July 2001
Professor of Physics, Princeton University, July 1998 - September 2000
Associate Professor of Physics, MIT, July 1995 – July 1998
Assistant Professor of Physics, MIT, July 1991 – July 1995
• Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows , July 1990 – July 1991
Postdoctoral Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, July 1989 – July 1990
President's Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, July 1987 – July 1989
Physics Tutor, Adams House, September 1984 – June 1987
Teaching Assistant, Harvard Physics Department, February 1984 – May 1984
Summer Research, Bell Laboratories, June 1983 – August 1983
• Summer Research (E-516), FNAL , August 1982 – September 1982
Summer Research, IBM, Poughkeepsie, June 1982 – August 1982
Summer Research, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, June 1981 – August 1981

EDUCATION
PhD, Harvard University, September 1983 – June 1987, Theoretical Particle Physics
BA, Harvard University, September 1980 – June 1983, Physics

HONORARY DEGREES
Doctor of Science: Brown University, May 2011
Doctor of Science: Duke University, May 2011
Doctor of Science: Bard College, May 2010
Doctor Honoris Causa: University of Antwerp, Belgium, April 2006

AWARDS and MEMBERSHIPS
Scientist of the Year: Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations, March 2013
Member: European Academy of Sciences and Arts, July 2012
Andrew Gemant Award: American Institute of Physics, May 2012
The Fierce 55: More Magazine, May 2012
Harvard’s Great Teachers, March 2012
National Award of Nuclear Science and History: National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, March 2012
Director General’s Visiting Professorship: CERN, December 2011
Doctor of Science Honoris Causa: Brown University, May 2011
Doctor of Science Honoris Causa: Duke University, May 2011
President's Committee on the National Medal of Science, January 2011
Honorary Fellow: Institute of Physics (IOP), London, 2010
Member: Saturday Club, Boston MA, September 2010
Member: Cambridge Scientific Society, September 2010
Doctor of Science Honoris Causa, Bard College, May 2010
Member: Council on Foreign Relations, April 2010
Member: American Philosophical Society, April 2010
Erna Hamburger Prize 2010: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne WISH Foundation, March 2010.
Radcliffe Fellowship Award: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, June 2009
Honorary Citizenship: Padova, Italy, May 2009
Benjamin Franklin Creativity Laureate Award: Creativity Foundation, April 2009
Honorary Member: Royal Irish Academy, (MRIA), March 2009
The 75 Most Influential People of the 20th Century: Esquire Magazine, September 2008
Golden Plate Recipient: American Academy of Achievement, July 2008
Member: National Academy of Sciences, May 2008
Elizabeth A. Wood Award: American Crystallographic Association, July 2007
100 Most Influential People: Time Magazine, May 2007
Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize: American Physical Society, April 2007
The Harvard 100: The Most Influential Alumni: 02138 Magazine, September 2006
Doctor Honoris Causa: University of Antwerp, Belgium, April 2006
Klopsteg Award: American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 2006
Whitewater Award for Distinguished Scholarship: University of Wisconsin, 2006
Who's Next in 2006: Newsweek, December 2005
100 Notable Books of the Year: The New York Times, December 2005
Editor's Picks, Top Ten in Science: Amazon.com, December 2005
Fellow: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), 2004
Fellow: American Physical Society (APS), 2003
Premio Caterina Tomassoni e Felice Pietro Chisesi: University of Rome, La Sapienza, First Recipient, 2003
Research Fellowship: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 1992
Outstanding Junior Investigator Award: Department of Energy, 1992
Young Investigator Award: National Science Foundation, 1992
Graduate Research Fellowship for Women: Bell Labs, 1984
David J. Robbins Prize: Harvard, 1983
Phi Beta Kappa: Harvard, 1983
John Harvard Scholarship: Harvard, 1982
Radcliffe Scholar: Radcliffe, 1981
Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Scholar: Harvard, 1980
Winner: Westinghouse Science Talent Search, 1980

EXTERNAL ADVISORY POSITIONS
• Einstein Forum (Potsdam, Germany): Member of the Board, May 2012- present
• International Advisory Committee, Les Houches Workshop: Physics at TeV Colliders, May 2011
• President's Committee on the National Medal of Science, January 2011
• Longy School of Music Board of Visitors, 2009 – 2011
Seed Magazine Advisory Board, August 2008 – present
Scientific American Advisory Board, May 2007 - present
• World Science Festival Advisory Board, September 2007-present
• New York Hall of Science; Science Sponsor, June 2007 - present
• Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Board of Sponsors, November 2006 - present
• Paramount Pictures Consulting, May 2006
• Bethe Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Advisory Board, March 2006 - present
• The Zula Patrol (Children's Science Television) Consulting, February 2006
• Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) Super-Vision Advisory Board, January 2006
• NASA Exploration Safety Study (NESS) Advisory Council, December 2005 – June 2006
• Prize for Promise Advisory Board, September 2003 – present

EDITORIAL POSITIONS
• Journal of High Energy Physics, Advisory Board, November 2006 – present
• Editor: Journal of High Energy Physics, January 1997 – January 1998, February 2000 – November 2006
• Associate Editor: Nuclear Physics B, September 1999 – present
• Editor: Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science, September 1997 – 2000

PHYSICS AND UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES
• Member, Faculty Search Committee, High Energy Theory Group, Department of Physics, Harvard University, 2012-2013
• Chair, Faculty Search Committee, High Energy Theory Group, Department of Physics, Harvard University, 2011-2012
• Faculty Affiliate, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Kennedy School of Government, October 2011
• Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics Winter Conference on LHC Advisory Board, December 2010
• International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP) 2010 International Advisory Committee, 2009
• American Physical Society, Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize Selection Committee, 2008
• ASTRO2010 Science Subpanel, The Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey Committee (ASC), 2008 – present
• Aspen Center for Physics Summer Public Lecture Committee, 2008 – present
• Board of Physics and Astronomy (BPA), National Academy of Science (NAS, NRC), July 2008 – present
• Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Board of Sponsors, February 2007 - present
• High Energy Physics Advisory Panel (HEPAP), February 2007 – present
• Beyond Einstein Program Advisory Committee (BEPAC), Space Studies Board of National Research Council, September 2006 – August 2007
• Faculty Council, January 2005 – September 2006
• Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), January 2005 – June 2005
• Co-Chair of WISE Graduate Student Working Group, January 2005 – June 2005
• Chair, Science Center Executive Committee, September 2004 – August 2006
• Aspen Center for Physics Board General Member, 1997-present

NAMED PHYSICS LECTURES
• Keynote Address, Tevatron Impact Symposium, Fermilab, June 2012
• Bethe Lecture, Cornell University, April 2012
• Miller Visiting Professorship Lecture, University of California, Berkeley, April 2012
• Class of ’37 Directed Studies Colloquium, "Scaling the Universe," Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University, February 2012
• Presidential Speaker Series, Rhode Island School of Design, February 2, 2012.
• Class of ’37 Directed Sudies Colloquium, "Scaling the Universe," Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University, February 1, 2012
• Colóquios Paco Ynduráin, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, April 2011
• Oppenheimer Lecture, University of California at Berkeley, March 2011
Erna Hamburger Prize 2010, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne WISH Foundation, March 2010
• Joseph Lannutti Lecturer (Origins '09), Florida State University, March 2009
• Presidential Lecture, University of Tulsa, February 2009
• Hamilton Lecture, Royal Irish Academy, October 2008
• Dashen Memorial Lecture, UC San Diego, May 2008
• Richmond Lecture, Williams College, Williamstown, MA, Jan 2008
• E.W. Guptill Memorial Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 2007
• J. James Woods Lecture Series, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, March 2007
• Joseph and Sophia Konopinski Memorial Lecture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, March 2007
• Gamov Memorial Lecture Series, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, March 2007
• William C. Ferguson Science Lecture, Washington University, February 2007
• Kieval Lecture, Cornell University, January 2007
• Ann Radcliffe Lecture, Harvard University, September 2006
• The Heinz R. Pagels Memorial Public Lectures, Aspen Center for Physics, August 2005
• Welsh Lecture, University of Toronto, Canada, April 2005
• The Kirkland/Spizuoco Memorial Science Lecture Series, Shippensburg University, PA, April 2005
• Plenary address in the Gravity Research Foundation session of the 16th Conference of the International Society of General Relativity and Gravitation, Durban, South Africa, July 2001
• Morris Loeb Lectures in Physics, Harvard University, April 2001
• Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture, Case Western Reserve University, 1996, 1998

RECENT AND HIGHLY CITED PAPERS
• Cedric Delaunay, Jernej F. Kamenik, Gilad Perez, Lisa Randall, "Charming CP Violation and Dipole Operators from RS Flavor Anarchy." (2012) arXiv:1207.0474
• Lisa Randall, Matthew Reece, "Single-Scale Natural SUSY." (2012) arXiv:1206.6540
• Csaba Csaki, Lisa Randall, John Terning. "Light Stops from Seiberg Duality." (2012) http://arxiv.org/pdf/arXiv:1201.1293
• Yanou Cui, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "WIMPy Baryogenesis Miracle." (2011) http://arxiv.org/pdf/arXiv:1112.2704
Yanou Cui, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "Emergent Dark Matter Baryon, and Lepton Numbers." (2011) http://arXiv.org/abs/1106.4834v2
• David Krohn, Lisa Randall, Lian-Tao Wang, "On the Feasibility and Utility of ISR Tagging," (2011) http://arXiv.org/abs/1101.0810v1
• Randall Kelley, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "Early (and Later) LHC Search Strategies for Broad Dimuon Resonances", (2010), http://arXiv/abs/1011.0728
• Matthew R. Buckley, Lisa Randall, "Xogenesis", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1009.0270
• Matthew R. Buckley, Bertrand Echenard, Dilani Kahawala, Lisa Randall, "Stable Colored Particles R-SUSY Relics or Not?", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1008.2756
• Yanou Cui, John D. Mason, Lisa Randall, "General Analysis of Antideuteron Searches for Dark Matter", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1006.0983
• Matthew R. Buckley, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "LHC Searches for Non-Chiral Weakly Charged Multiplets", (2009)
http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.4549
• Sean M. Carroll, Matthew C. Johnson, Lisa Randall, "Dynamical compactification from de Sitter space", (2009), http://arxiv.org/abs/0904.3115
• Ben Lillie, Lisa Randall, Lian-Tao Wang, "The Bulk RS KK-Gluon at the LHC", (2007) http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0701166
• L. Randall and M. D. Schwartz, "Unification and the Hierarchy from AdS5", Phys.Rev.Lett. 88 081801 (2002) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0108115
• L. Randall and M. D. Schwartz, "Quantum Field Theory and Unification in AdS5", JHEP 0111 003 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0108114
• A. Karch and L. Randall, "Open and Closed String Interpretation of SUSY CFT's on Branes with Boundaries", JHEP 0106 063 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0105132
• N. Arkani-Hamed, M. Porrati, and L. Randall, "Holography and Phenomenology", JHEP 0108 017 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0012148
• A. Karch and L. Randall, "Locally Localized Gravity", JHEP 0105 008 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0011156
• S. B. Giddings, E. Katz, and L. Randall, "Linearized Gravity in Brane Backgrounds", JHEP 0003 023 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0002091
• C. Csaki, M. Graesser, L. Randall, and J. Terning, "Cosmology of Brane Models with Radion Stabilization", Phys.Rev. D62 045015 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9911406
• J. Lykken and L. Randall, "The Shape of Gravity", JHEP 0006 014 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9908076
• T. Moroi and L. Randall, "Wino Cold Dark Matter from Anomaly-Mediated SUSY Breaking", Nucl.Phys. B570 455-472 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9906527
L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "An Alternative to Compactification", Phys.Rev.Lett. 83 4690-4693 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9906064
L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "A Large Mass Hierarchy from a Small Extra Dimension", Phys.Rev.Lett. 83 3370-3373 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9905221
J. L. Feng, T. Moroi, L. Randall, M. Strassler, and S. Su, "Discovering Supersymmetry at the Tevatron in Wino LSP Scenarios", Phys. Rev. Lett. 83 1731-1734 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9904250
L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "Out of This World Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 557, 79-118 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9810155
Z. Ligeti, L. Randall, and M. B. Wise, "Comment on Nonperturbative Effects in anti-B →Xs γ", Phys. Lett. B 402, 178-182 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9702322
M. Dine, L. Randall, and S. Thomas, "Baryogenesis from Flat Directions of the Supersymmetric Standard Model", Nucl. Phys. B 458, 291-326 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9507453
J. Bagger, E. Poppitz, and L. Randall, "Destabilizing Divergences in Supergravity Theories at Two Loops", Nucl. Phys. B 455, 59-82 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9505244
291-326 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9507453
M. Dine, L. Randall, and S. Thomas, "Supersymmetry Breaking in the Early Universe", Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 398-401 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9503303
291-326 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9507453
L. Randall, S. Thomas, "Solving the Cosmological Moduli Problem with Weak Scale Inflation", Nucl. Phys. B 449, 229-247 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9407248
J. Bagger, E. Poppitz, and Lisa Randall, "The R Axion From Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 426, 3-18 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9405345
M. Golden and L. Randall, "Radiative Corrections to Electroweak Parameters in Technicolor Theories", Nucl. Phys. B 361, 3-23 (1991) http://lss.fnal.gov/archive/1990/pub/Pub-90-083-T.pdf
L. J. Hall and L. Randall, "Weak Scale Effective Supersymmetry", Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 2939-2942 (1990)
J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "The Electromagnetic Penguin Contribution to the Epsilon-Prime/Epsilon for Large Top Quark Mass", Phys. Lett. B 224, 221 (1989)
Georgi and L. Randall, "Flavor Conserving CP Violation in Invisible Axion Models", Nucl. Phys. B 276, 241 (1986)

BOOKS
Higgs Discovery: The Power of Empty Space, ECCO Press at HarperCollins, July 2012; Random House, July 2012.
Translations in
• Icelandic, Tifstjarnan, Máttur Tómarúmsins, 2012
• Korean, ScienceBooks, to be published
• Spanish, Quaderns Crema, to be published

Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the Modern World, Lisa Randall. ECCO Press at HarperCollins, September 2011; Random House, September 2011.
Translations in
• Arabic, Arab Foundation for Education and Culture, to be published
• Chinese, Cheers Publishing, to be published
• German, Fischerverlage, Die Vermessung des Universums, April 2012
• Italian, Il Saggiatore, Bussando all Porte del Cielo, 2012
• Japanese, NHK Publishing, to be published
• Korean, Science Books, to be published
• Polish, Pukajac do Nieba Bram, Proszynski Media, January 2013
• Portuguese, Companhia das Letras, to be published
• Russian, Alpina Nonfiction, to be published
• Spanish, Acantilado, to be published
• Turkish, Alfa Basim Yayim Dagitim, to be published
• Vietnamese, Tre Publishing House, to be published

• There is Another Dimension
, by Lisa Randall and Koichi Wakata. Japan Broadcast Publishing, 2007.

Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions, Allen Lane at Penguin, June 2005, ECCO Press at Harper Collins, September 2005.
Translations in
• Spanish, Universos Ocultos, Acantilado, 2011
• Polish, Ukryte Wymiary Wsiechswiata, Proszynski, 2011
• Turkish, Alfa Basim Yayim Dagitim, to be published
• Czech, Paseka, 2011
• Chinese, China Renmin University Press, 2011
• Korean, ScienceBooks, 2008
• German, Fischerverlage, 2007
• Japanese, NHK Publishing, 2007
• Russian, KomKniga Publishers, 2007
• Italian, Il Saggiatore, 2006
• Dutch, De verborgen dimensies van ons heelal, Uitgeverij Het Spectrum, 2006

CONTRIBUTED CHAPTERS
En ressonancia, "'Deu ser preciós', una introducció a Passatges deformats", edited by Cinta Massip and Josep Perelló, translated by Xavier Pàmies, 43-50. Barcelona: Arts Santa Mònica, 2009.
Einstein for the 21st Century, "Energy in Einstein's Universe." Princeton University Press, 2007.
Mind, Life, and Universe, "New Dimensions: Interview with Lisa Randall," Interview by Eduardo Punset, by Lynn Magulis and Eduardo Punset, 297-303. White River Junction, VT: Chelsey Green, 2007.
Models, "Questionnaire: Models as Generative Processes," edited by Emily Abruzzo, Eric Ellingsen, Jonathan D. Salomon, 230-231. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.
What are You Optimistic About? "People Will Increasingly Value Truth," edited by John Brockman, 68-69. New York: Harper Collins, 2007.
Intelligent Thought: Science versus the Intelligent Design Movement, "Designing Words," edited by John Brockman, Vintage Books, 2006.
Science and Ultimate Reality: Quantum Theory, Cosmology, and Complexity , "Implications of Additional Spatial Dimensions to Questions in Cosmology," edited by John D. Barrow, Paul C.W. Davies, Charles L. Harper, 564-573, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
The New Humanists: Science at the Edge, "Theories of the Brane," edited by John Brockman, 313-328. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2003.
Perspectives on Higgs Physics II , "Supersymmetry and Inflation," edited by Kane, G.L., Singapore: World Scientific, 1998.

 

ARTS ACTIVITIES

OPERA
Hypermusic Prologue: a Projective Opera
Music by Hèctor Parra
Libretto by Lisa Randall
Sets by Matthew Ritchie

PERFORMANCES
Guggenheim Museum (excerpts), Spiral Hall, March 11, 2010.
Kaaitheater, Ars Musica 2010, Brussels, Belgium, March 4, 2010.
Longy School of Music (excerpts), Cambridge, MA, February 27, 2010
Philharmonie Luxembourg, Luxembourg, December 6, 2009.
Barcelona Opera House, El Liceu, Salle Foyer, November 27-28, 2009.
Centre Pompidou, Festival Agora 2009, Grande Salle, Paris, France, June 14-15, 2009

RADIO BROADCASTS
France Musique: Le Magazine de la Contemporaine. Hypermusic Prologue–Plane I. February 28, 2011.
Radio Beethoven, Siglo XX (Chile) Hypermusic Prologue. February 15, 2011.
Schweizer Radio DRS 2 (Switzerland) Hypermusic Prologue. October 13, 2010.
Radio Beethoven, Siglo XX (Chile) Hypermusic Prologue. June 4, 2010.

ART EXHIBITS
Measure for Measure , (co-curated).
• Carpenter Center, Harvard University, November 2011
• Chapman University at Guggenheim Gallery, March 2011
• Gallery 825 with Los Angeles Art Association, September 2010

SELECTED ART REVIEWS
Boston Globe, "Nakadate Videos Enthrall and Sadden: Exhibit Showcases the Discomforts of Intimacy," by Cate McQuaid, December 7, 2011. [pdf]
The Harvard Crimson, "Portrait of an Artist: Lisa Randall ’84," by Natalie T. Chang, November 1, 2011 [pdf]
ClassicalNet, "CD Review: Hector Parra: Hypermusic Prologue," by Mark Sealey. June 2010.
The Harvard Crimson, "Opera Boldly Goes to Uncharted Dimension," by Matthew C. Stone, 2 March 2010
Symmetry: Dimensions of Particle Physics, "Gallery: Hypermusic Prologue," by Calla Cofield, December 2009
Discovery Channel Online, "Warped Opera," by Jennifer Ouellette, 24 August 2009



CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES and BLOG POSTS
New Scientist, "Physics crunch: Time to boost the energy?" February 27, 2013. [pdf]
Slate, "We Don’t Need a Theory of Everything: Why Physics is Messy," January 26, 2013. [pdf]
The Huffington Post, "Mozart, Newton and You," January 5, 2012. [pdf]
Newsweek, "How the Higgs Boson Could Change the Universe," December 19, 2011. [pdf]
CNN.com, "America Can’t Afford to Lose Its Grip on Science," December 8, 2011. [pdf]
Time Magazine, "How Science Can Lead the Way," October 3, 2011. [pdf]
The Huffington Post, "CERN or Einstein?  Interpreting the Findings," September 25, 2011. [pdf]
Cosmic Variance (Discover Magazine) "On Writing Knocking on Heaven’s Door," September 20, 2011. [pdf]
New York Times Magazine, "Just Ask.  Then Keep Asking," September 14, 2011. [pdf]
• The Huffington Post, "Book of Mormon: a Show about Religion, or a Show about Musicals Themselves?" July 8, 2011. [pdf]
3QuarksDaily, "The Winners of the 3 Quarks Daily 2011 Science Prize," June 20, 2011. [pdf]
Discover Magazine, L. Randall, "A Tumultuous Year at the LHC," 12 November 2009. [pdf]
Discover Magazine, L. Randall, "Heart of the Matter," October 2009. [pdf]
Discover Magazine , L. Randall, "The State of Science in America," October 2007
Physics Today, L. Randall, "The Case for Extra Dimensions," July 2007
Discover Magazine, L. Randall, "An American Physicist In Venice," July 2007
The Harvard Crimson, L. Randall, "Faust at the Helm," June 2007
Discover Magazine, L. Randall, "Galápagos Reconsidered", February 2007
Telepolis Special: Kosmologie, L. Randall, "Verborgene Kosmen. Warum ich an höhere Dimensionen glaube," February 2007
Seed Magazine, L. Randall, "The Vanguard of Science: Where is Your Field Heading in 2007?"", December 2006/ January 2007
New Scientist Magazine, L. Randall, "Brilliant Minds Forecast the Next 50 Years", November 2006
The New Yorker, L. Randall, "Letter to the Editor", October 2006
Queen's Quarterly, L. Randall, "Smashing Open the Universe," Fall 2006
Seed Magazine,L. Randall, "Why a Large Hadron Collider?" July 2006
Recherche, L. Randall, "L’équation Ultime pour la Physique," October 2005
New Scientist Magazine, Ward, T., T. Emin, A. Snyder, M. Atwood, R. Stickgold, L.Smolin, L. Randall, F.D. Peat, A. Lightman, D. Simonton, "Over to You ... " October 2005
Seed Magazine, L. Randall, "Why Do We Live in a Three Dimensional World," October 2005
The New York Times Book Review, L. Randall, "Letter to the Editor," September 2005
New Scientist Magazine, L. Randall, "Big Ideas: Theory of Everything," September 2005
The New York Times, Op-Ed, L. Randall, "Dangling Particles," September 2005
Prospect Magazine, L. Randall, "Smashing Open the Universe," UK, No. 114, September 2005
The Daily Telegraph, L. Randall, "Why I Believe in Higher Dimensions," UK, July 2005
Nature Magazine, L. Randall, G. 't Hooft, et al, "A Theory of Everything?," 433: 257-259, January 2005
Science Magazine, L. Randall, "Extra Dimensions and Warped Geometries," 296, 1422, May 2002

 

MEDIA and BOOK REVIEWS

REVIEWS: HIGGS DISCOVERY
Vísindavefurinn,"Ný bók: Máttur tómarúmsins: Higgs-eindin fundin," December 6, 2012. [pdf]
Guardian, by Jon Butterworth, August 25, 2012. [pdf]
PhysicsDatabase.com, August 15, 2012. [pdf]

REVIEWS: KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR
The Sunday Times (London), "Pick of the Paperbacks," December 9, 2012[pdf]
PhysicsDatabase.com,  October 12, 2012.  [pdf]
Badische Zeitung,"Unvorstellbare Dimensionen," July 13, 2012. [pdf]
hansjobst.at, by Hans Jobst, April 2012. [pdf]
Das Magazin, "Zu schön, um falsch zu sein,"  April 2012. [pdf]
Main Post, "Ein kleiner Streifzug durch Neuerscheinungen auf dem Buchmarkt," April 15, 2012. [pdf]

Harvard Magazine, "Off the Shelf," January 1, 2011. [pdf]
Portland Book Review, by Michael Barton, December 15, 2011. [pdf]
City Book Review, by Jennifer Ochs, December 5, 2011. [pdf]
CERN Courier, by Barbara Warmbein, November 23, 2011. [pdf]
Science, "As Far as Her Eyes Can See," by Michael Shermer, November 11, 2011. [pdf]
American Scientist, "Exploring Matter and the Cosmos," by Peter Pesic, November 1, 2011. [pdf]
Charleston Post and Courier, "Physics Gets Down to Earth," by Lisa Isringhausen, October 30, 2011. [pdf]
SPACE.com, "Knocking on Heaven’s Door: Physicist Probes Mysteries of the Universe," Clara Moskowitz, October 14, 2011. [pdf]
The Daily Beast, "When Particles Collide," Alexander Fabry, October 10, 2011. [pdf]
New York Times, "Will the Large Hadron Collider Explain Everything?" Jim Holt, October 7, 2011. [pdf]
New Scientist, "An Insider’s Guide to Modern Particle Physics," Michael Brooks, September 29, 2011. [pdf]
New York Journal of Books, Parminder Basran, September 2011. [pdf]
Independent, Manjit Kumar, September 2011. [pdf]
Sunday Times, "One Giant Peep for Mankind," Christopher Potter, September 2011. [pdf]
Christopher Potter Blog, Christopher Potter, September 2011. [pdf]
Times Higher Education, Athene Donald, September 2011. [pdf]
Booklist, September 2011. [pdf]
Kirkus Reviews, June 2011. [pdf]
Publisher’s Weekly, "BEA Show Daily 2011: Lisa Randall: Searching for Answers," Suzanne Mantell, May 2011. [pdf]

ACCOLADES FOR KNOCKING ON HEAVEN’S DOOR
The Sunday Times (London), Science Book of the Year, December, 2012
Discovery News, "A Little Light Reading: 2011 in Physics Books," by Jennifer Ouellette, January 2, 2012. [pdf]
Scientific American Book Club, Top 11 Books of ’11, December 27, 2011
About.com Physics, "Five Great Science Book Gift Ideas," by Andrew Zimmerman Jones, December 18, 2011. [pdf]
Scientific American Book Club, Top 11 Books of ’11, December 27, 2011
New Scientist, Book of the Year, December 2011
Indigo, Best of 2011: Non-Fiction, December 2011. [pdf]
New York Times Book Review, 100 Notable Books of 2011, November 2011. [pdf]
Amazon Canada, Best Books of 2011, November 2011. [pdf]
Sunday Times, Science Book of the Year, November 2011
Independent, Book of the Week, September 2011. [pdf]
Times Higher Education, Book of the Week. . [pdf]
Time Out New York, "Critic’s Pick: Knocking on Heaven’s Door with Lisa Randall." [pdf]
Smithsonian (excerpt) "Ghosts, Aliens, Quantum Gravity, Extra Dimensions, Sci Fi—and the Rules of Science." [pdf]

REVIEWS: WARPED PASSAGES
Science Daily, Book Review: Warped Passages, April 2007
Science, James D. Wells, Bringing Hidden Dimensions into View, January 2006
ALA Booklist, Gilbert Taylor, January 2006
The New Yorker, Briefly noted, November 2005
The New York Times, Tim Folger, October 2005
The Globe and Mail, Sheila Jones, October 2005
Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin, New and Noteworthy, December 2005
Physics Today, Paul H. Frampton, December 2005
American Scientist, Sean Carroll, November–December, 2005
The Harvard Crimson, Isabel Boero, October 2005
Los Angeles Times, Margaret Wertheim, October 2005
The Times Higher Education Supplement, Brian Cox, September 2005
Bloomberg News, Jeffery Tannenbaum, September 2005
Library Journal Review, Sara Rutter, September 2005
Publishers Weekly, July 2005
Sunday Telegraph, Emma Crichton-Miller, June 2005
The Times Higher Education Supplement, Lorna Kerry, June 2005
Nature, Paul Davis, June 2005

ACCOLADES FOR WARPED PASSAGES
Scientific American Book Club, Club Favorites, February 2006
The New York Times, 100 Notable Books of the Year, December 2005
Amazon.com, Editor's Picks, Top Ten in Science, December 2005


DOMESTIC RADIO AND TELEVISION
Taking Stock with Pimm Fox, Bloomberg Television, April 26, 2013
The Takeaway, with John Hockenberry and Celeste Headlee, February 11, 2013. [mp3]
Berkeley Groks Science Show, KALX, Berkeley CA, October 12, 2012
The Charlie Rose Show, PBS, October 8, 2012
Point of Inquiry, with Chris Mooney & Indre Viskontas, October 8, 2012. [mp3]
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, August 8, 2012. [mp3]
The Charlie Rose Show, PBS, July 12, 2012
The Takeaway with John Hockenberry and Celeste Headlee, July 6, 2012
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (New York NY), July 5, 2012
Spectrum, KALX, Berkeley CA, June 29, 2012
Insight, Capital Public Radio, April 17, 2012
Radio Open Source, with Christopher Lydon, March 8, 2012
Focus, WILL am 580, February 7, 2012. [mp3]
Philosophy Talk, KPCC Southern California Public Radio, January 8, 2012
Fareed Zakaria’s GPS, CNN, January 3, 2012
The Charlie Rose Show, PBS. December 20, 2011
Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, WNYC (New York, NY), December 16, 2011
The Takeaway with John Hockenberry and Celeste Headlee, Dec 13, 2011. [mp3]
AirTalkwith Larry Mantle, KPCC (Pasadena CA), December 13, 2011
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (New York NY), December 13, 2011
John Batchelor Show, WABC-AM/KFI-AM (Washington DC), November 30, 2011
Think Atheist Radio, November 27, 2011
On Point, WBUR, "Lisa Randall: Physics, Science, and the Universe," November 14, 2011
Little Atoms, Resonance 104.4 FM (London UK), November 11, 2011
Tavis Smiley Show, PBS-TV, November 3, 2011
Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg, WGN Radio (Chicago IL), November 1, 2011
tastytrade, (Chicago IL), November 1, 2011
Chicago Amplified, WBEZ (Chicago IL), November 1, 2011
Mind Matters with Ajayan Borys, Healthy You Radio, October 31, 2011
Boston Sunday Review, WBZ-FM (Boston MA), October 28, 2011
Conner Calling with Hank Conner, WUFT-FM (Gainesville FL), October 28, 2011
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Comedy Central, October 26, 2011
Air Talk with Larry Mantle, KPCC (Los Angeles CA), October 26, 2011
The Agony Column with Rick Kleffel, KUSP (Santa Cruz CA), October 17, 2011
Living Dialogues,with Duncan Campbell, KGNU (Boulder CO) , October 14, 2011
David Lile Show, KFRU-AM (Columbia MO), October 13, 2011
The Morning Show, KINK-FM (Portland OR), October 12, 2011
Ross and Burbank with Dave Ross and Luke Burbank, KIRO (Seattle WA), October 12, 2011
Groks Science Show, WHPK (Chicago IL), October 12, 2011
Pathways Radio with Paul O’Brien and Tom Park, KBOO-FM (Portland OR), October 11, 2011
Michael Medved Show, Salem Radio Network (Seattle WA), October 10, 2011
Book TV, CSPAN, Politics and Prose Public Event: Lisa Randall, October 8, 2011
To the Best of Our Knowledge with Steve Paulson, Wisconsin Public Radio, October 5, 2011
CBS Radio (San Francisco CA), October 5, 2011
Radio KUSP (San Francisco CA), October 5, 2011
Drinks with Tony with Tony DuShane, Radio Valencia, appeared October 4, 2011
Pirate Cat Radio, 87.9 FM (San Francisco, CA), October 4, 2011
Late Morning with Jeff Schechtman, KVON-AM NPR (Napa CA), October 4, 2011
Bulldog and the Rude Awakening Show, WOCM-FM (Ocean City MD), October 3, 2011
Fox News, October 3, 2011
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, October 3, 2011
Science Friday with Ira Flatow, NPR, September 30, 2011
Lewis at Large with Warner Lewis, WCCO (Lawrence KS), September 26, 2011
MPR News, Minnesota Public Radio, "Seeking Answers in Science." September 29, 2011
The Nite with Tom Mischke, WCCO, September 28, 2011
Mayhem in the A.M. with Seth Mela, WLKF-AM (Lakeland FL) September 26, 2011
Brainstormin’ with Billy the Brain, with Bill Frank, KKZZ-AM (Ventura CA), September 26, 2011
America’s Radio News with Ernie Brown and Lori Lundin, September 26, 2011
Book TV, CSPAN Politics and Prose Public Event: Lisa Randall, September 20, 2011
The Charlie Rose Show, PBS. September 16, 2011
Shining City More than 3-D, "Lisa Randall (Thought Leader)," October 8, 2010
The Leonard Lopate Show , NPR, "Please Explain: Matter, Anti-Matter and Dark Matter," May 21, 2010
The Take Away with John Hockenberry and Celeste Headlee , NPR, "Large Hadron Collider Online," March 31, 2010 (mp3)
The Charlie Rose Show , "Science Series, Large Hadron Collider with Lisa Randall of Harvard and Kyle Cranmer of NYU," March 30, 2010
Video interview with Dr. Michio Kaku, "Explorations: String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds." Pts. 5 and 6, 26 December 2009 traverse les arts et la science?" June 12, 2009 (mp3)
Science Friday with Ira Flatow, NPR, "Space, Time, and Hidden Dimensions," March 20, 2009 (mp3)
That's Cosmic! SETI Institute, "Are we Alone?" December 8, 2008 (mp3)
On Point with Tom Ashbrook, NPR, "Crash! Bang! The Large Hadron Collider," September 11, 2008
The Charlie Rose Show, Science Series, "The Imperative of Science," April 2008
Utah Now with Doug Fabrizio, KUED (University of Utah), March 2008
The Colbert Report , Comedy Central, February 2008
Science and Literature Symposium, KUER RadioWest (Salt Lake City, UT), February 2008
ScienceNow, PBS NOVA, "CERN's Large Hadron Collider," July 2007
The Charlie Rose Show, Interview on Multi Dimensions, December 12, 2006
Interview with William Lowe, Evergreen News Radio (Seattle, WA), May 30, 2006
Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, WNYC (New York), May 26, 2006
This Week in Science, KDVS (UC Davis, Davis, CA), May 9, 2006
Science Fantastic with Dr. Michio Kaku, Talk Radio Network NY, April 29, 2006
Open Source with Christopher Lydon, WGBH (Boston), April 26, 2006
The Morning Show featuring Jody Dean, KLUV-FM (Dallas TX), April 24, 2006
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ThoughtCast: Arts and Ideas with Jenny Attiyeh, WGBH (Boston), April 10, 2006
Science and Society with Dr. David Lemberg, World Talk Radio, April 5, 2006
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC (New York), March 29, 2006
Planetary Radio with Mat Kaplan, The Planetary Society, March 18, 2006
Daily Planet with Jay Ingram, Discovery Channel Canada, March 1, 2006
Province Wide with Daiene Vernile, CTV Southwestern Ontario, March 1, 2006
Breakfast Television with Kevin Frankis, CITY-TV (Toronto, Canada), March 1, 2006
Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell, February 25, 2006
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The Mr. KABC Show, KABC (Los Angeles, CA), February 13, 2006
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AirTalk with Larry Mantle, KPCC (Los Angeles, CA), February 13, 2006
Science and Society with Dr. David Lemberg , World Talk Radio, February 8, 2006
This Week in Science, KDVS (UC Davis, CA), February 7, 2006
The John Williams Show, WGN (Chicago, IL), February 2, 2006
Your Call with Mary Ambrose and Rebecca Roberts, KALW (San Francisco, CA), January 30, 2006
Inquiry with Mark Lynch, WICN (Worcester, MA), January 29, 2006
Chicago Public Radio, "New Views of the Universe: Extra Dimensions, Dark Energy and Cosmic Adventures,"
January 22, 2006
Book TV, C-SPAN2, January 15 and 16, 2006
Interview with Harry Allen, WBAI-NY, January 13, 2006
U-WIRE with Michael Miller, (Davis, CA), January 9, 2006
KXJZ's Capital Public Radio with Jeffrey Callison, (Sacramento, CA), January 9, 2006
Interview with Bob Oakes, WBUR (Boston, MA), "The Universe's Hidden Dimensions," December 2005
The Michael Medved Show, December 2005
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Interview with Charles Goyette, WXXT (Phoenix, AZ), December 2005
Interview with Harry Allen, WABI (Chicago, IL), December 2005
Interview with Michael Graham, WTKK (Boston, MA), November 2005
American Antigravity with Tim Ventura, November 2005
Greater Boston with Emily Rooney, WGBH (Boston, MA), November 2005
West Coast Live with Sedge Thompson, KALW (San Francisco, CA), November 2005
Talk of the Bay with Robert Pollie, KUSP, (Santa Cruz, CA), November 2005
Pages to People with Rob Mitchell, KBNW (Needham, MA), October 2005
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The John Batchelor Show, WABC (New York), October 2005
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New England News Makers with Sarah Zapp, CN8, October 2005
Talk of the Nation: Science Friday with Ira Flatow , NPR, also (PDF), September 2005
The Glenn Mitchell Show, KERA-NPR (Dallas, TX), September 2005
CityLine with Karen Holmes Ward, WCVB, September 2005
Good Morning Live, NECN (Boston, MA), September 2005


DOMESTIC PRESS
Physics World, "Do Dark Matter Disks Envelop Galaxies?" by Edwin Cartlidge, June 3, 2013. [pdf]
Smithsonian Magazine, "Lisa Randall’s Guide to the Galaxy," by Ron Rosenbaum, June 1, 2013. [pdf]
Phys.org, "Physicists Suggest Possible Existence of Other Kinds of Dark Matter," by Bob Yirka, May 24, 2013. [pdf]
Wired, "Strange Dark Matter Interactions Could Create Galactic Disks and Dark Light," by Adam Mann, May 23, 2013. [pdf]
PreposterousUniverse.com, "More Messy Dark Matter," by Sean Carroll, March 12, 2013 [pdf]
CNN.com, "The historical analogs of brilliant women," March 8, 2013. [pdf]
Boston Globe, "The 25 Most Stylish Bostonians of 2013," by Christopher Muther, Marni Elyse Katz, Rachel Raczka and Tina Sutton, March, 2013. [pdf]
Business Insider, "Lisa Randall Brings Theoretical Physics To The Masses," by Dina Spector, March 3, 2013. [pdf]
Space.com, "Has Dark Matter Finally Been Found? Big News Coming Soon," by Clara Moskowitz, February 18, 2013. [pdf]
New Scientist, "A Theory of Everything Won’t Provide All the Answers," by Valerie Jamieson and Richard Webb, January 22, 2013. [pdf]
More Magazine, "The Fierce List: 55 Women to Inspire You," May 1, 2012. [pdf]
Marie Claire, "At Work: The Formula for Success," April 18, 2012. [pdf]
The Harvard Undergraduate Research Journal, "From Cupcakes to the Large Hadron Collider: Lisa Randall and the Concept of Scale," by Julia Pian, April 1, 2012
Harvard Magazine, "Touting Teaching," March 28, 2012.  [pdf]
Nature, "Life-changing experiments: The biological Higgs," by Heidi Ledford, March 28, 2012
Huffington Post, "Telework, Silver Bullets, Black Holes and a Dog Named ‘Cheeto’," March 16, 2012.  [pdf]
New Humanist, "Poised on the Edge: an Interview with Lisa Randall," by Manjit Kumar, March 1, 2012. [pdf]
Boingboing Submitterator, "Interview with Lisa Randall from Geneva," by Rick Kleffel, January 13, 2012
The Agony Column, A 2012 Phone Interview with Lisa Randall, January 13, 2012. [mp3]

Forbes, "Rising Stars of Science: The Forbes 30 under 30," by Matthew Herper, December 19, 2011. [pdf]
Live Science.com, "Long-Sought Higgs Particle Cornered, Scientists Say," by Clara Moskowitz, December 13, 2011. [pdf]
Science News, "Tantalizing Hints of Long-Sought Particle," by Devin Powell, December 13, 2011.  [pdf]
Christian Post, "Physicists Await Imminent Announcement on Higgs Boson 'God Particle'," by Myles Collier, December 13, 2011. [pdf]
New York Times, "Physicists Anxiously Await New Data on ‘God Particle’," December 12, 2011. [pdf]
The Harvard Crimson, "Randall Receives New York Times Book Award," by Jackie R. Schechter, December 2, 2011
Washington Post, "Hidden Dimensions (In My Flowerbed)" by Joel Achenbach, November 7, 2011. [pdf]
The Harvard Crimson, "Portrait of an Artist: Lisa Randall ’84," by Natalie T. Chang, November 1, 2011 [pdf]
Boston Globe, "Lisa Randall: Physics is a Universe of Uncertainty," by Peter Dizikes, October 22, 2011 [pdf]
13.7: Cosmos And Culture, NPR, "Why The U.S. Needs To Learn More Science," by Marcelo Gleiser, October 19, 2011. [pdf]
Live Science.com, "Why You Shouldn’t Fear Science—Even Particle Physics," by Clara Moskowitz, October 14, 2011. [pdf]
GeekWire, "Q & A: Physicist Lisa Randall on Space, Time, and How Science is Even Better than Fiction," by Todd Bishop, October 11, 2011. [pdf]
The Harvard Crimson: Fifteen Minutes, "Fifteen Questions with Lisa Randall ’84," by Megan Prasad, October 6, 2011. [pdf]
Chip Design, "When a Physicist Comes Knocking," by John Blyler, October 6, 2011. [pdf]
The Smithsonian, "Opening Strange Portals in Physics," by Robert Irion, September 29, 2011. [pdf]
TIME, "Why Scientists are Smarter than Politicians," by Jeffrey Kluger, September 28, 2011. [pdf]
Minnesota Star Tribune, "Ten Questions for an Author: Lisa Randall," by Laurie Hertzel, September 26, 2011. [pdf]
• Bozeman Daily Chronicle, "Nobel-winning Scientists Explain Big Bang Theory at Museum of the Rockies," by Gail Schontzler, June 2011. [pdf]
Brown Daily Herald, "Commencement 2011: Honorary Degrees, " by Lindor Qunaj, May 2011. [pdf]
• Duke Today, "Duke Names Honorary Degree Recipients," February 2011. [pdf] 

The New York Times, "Physicists' Dreams and Worries in Era of the Big Collider," by Dennis Overbye, January 2010

Explorations, "String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 6," Video interview with Dr. Michio Kaku, 26 December 2009
Explorations, "String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 5," Video interview with Dr. Michio Kaku, 26 December 2009
Harvard Magazine, "A Laboratory for Mixing Art and Science," 9 November 2009
Artlog "Why Does Art Matter Now?" Profile of Whitney Museum of American Art radio program moderated by historian and filmmaker Peter Galison, with artist Vike Muniz, physicist Lisa Randall, pollster of fivethirtyeight.com Nate Silver, and choreographer Elizabeth Streb, June 18, 2009
The Harvard Crimson, Evan T. R. Rosenman, "Class of 1984: Lisa Randall," June 2, 2009
The Carolinian Online, "Harvard Physicist Shows Female Prowess," April 7, 2009
Rolling Stone, "RS100: Agents of Change," April 2009 (pdf)
Astronomy Magazine, "Our Turn - Lisa Randall," April 2009
Tulsa World, "Professor is Extra Dimensional," February 23, 2009

Chicago Tribune, "Thinking Big, Indeed, at this Year's Humanities Festival," October 11, 2008
The Harvard Crimson , Jillian K. Kushner, "Profs Make ‘Most Influential’ List," October 5, 2008
The New York Times Magazine, "Class Acts - These Professors Make Academia Look Good," September 2008
Esquire Magazine , "The 75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century," September 2008
The Harvard Crimson , Nan Ni, "The Pop-Science Paradox," May 2, 2008
Discover,
"Top 75 Questions of Science: Why is There Something Rather than Nothing?" Spring 2008
The Harvard Crimson , "Seven Harvard Profs Named to the National Academy of Sciences," April 30, 2008
The Daily Utah Chronicle , Edgar Zuniga Jr., "Scholars Discuss other Dimensions," February 27, 2008
Williams Record , A. Ferguson & C. Millen, "Physicist Randall Explains Extra Dimensions to Packed Crowd," January 16, 2008

Rolling Stone, Andrew C. Revkin, The Rolling Stone 40th Anniversary Issue, November 2007
Vogue , Robert Sullivan, "A Beautiful Mind," August 2007
Seed Magazine , Jacob Klein, Chuck Hoberman and Lisa Randall, June 25, 2007
USA Today , April Holladay, "Making Black Holes in the Lab (Conclusion), and Space's Extra Dimension," June 18, 2007
Time Magazine , Julie Rawe, "The TIME 100 Most Influential People," May 2007
The Observer , Alison Dietz, "Harvard Physicist Gives Talk on String Theory," March 23, 2007
Plain Dealer Science, John Mangels, "Physicist Tackles Mysteries of the Universe," March 2007
Student Life: Washington University at St. Louis , Laura Geggel, "Physicist Reveals Extra Dimension Mysteries," February 2007
Tompkins Weekly Online , Larry Klaes, "Meditations On a Higher Dimension," January 2007

The New York Sun, Gabrielle Birkner, "New Magazine Celebrates 'the Harvard Brand'," September 2006
02138: The World of Harvard, "The Harvard 100: The Most Influential Alumni," September 2006
UC Davis News and Information, "Cosmology, Particle Physics Meet at Cosmo '06," August 2006
Discover Magazine, Corey S. Powell, "The Discover Interview: Lisa Randall," July 2006
MSNBC, Alan Boyle, "Physicists Probe the Fifth Dimension," June 2006
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tom Paulson, "Tying it Together with String Theory," May 2006
Voice of America, Adam Philips, "One Universe or Many: Scientists Debate the Controversy," April 2006
The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern, "Why 'E.T.' Wins Out Over 'Armageddon'," April 2006
New York Sun, Brenda Smiley, "Scientists Offer Up Their Unified Theories of 'Everything'," March 2006
IEEE Spectrum, David Kusher, "Time Tunnels Meet Warped Passages," March 2006
Science and Spirit, Dan Falk, "What Lies Beneath," March 2006
More Magazine, "Trend: Tribal," March 2006
Harvard Science Review, Jennifer Gao and Limor Spector, "Interview," Spring 2006
The Morning News, Robert Birnbaum, "Strings, Branes, and Baryogenesis," February 2006
Appleton Post-Crescent, Susan Squires, "Key to Unlocking New Dimensions Close, Physicist Says," January 2006
Seed Magazine, Joshua Roebke, "Year in Science: Icons: Introducing 15 people Who Have Shaped the Global Conversation About Science in 2005," December/ January 2006 issue
The Harvard Crimson, Adrian J. Smith, "Supersymmetry and Parallel Dimensions," January 6, 2006
Nature, Geoff Brumfield, "Outrageous Fortune," January 5, 2006
The Davis Enterprise, Sharon Stello, "She Has a Warped Sense of Reality," January 8, 2006

Newsweek, Jerry Adler, "Who's Next in 2006," December 26, 2005
Providence Journal,"Our Reviewers Pick Their Favorites from '05," December 25, 2005
Harvard Magazine, Marcia Bartusiak, "Meeting the Multiverse," November-December, 2005
The Boston Herald, Paul Restuccia, "It's Outta Here! Prof Ventures Into New Dimension," November 25, 2005
UC Santa Cruz Currents, Scott Rappaport, "Harvard Physicist Speaks to Students at Watsonville High," November 7, 2005
The New York Times, Dennis Overbye, "On Gravity, Oreos and a Theory of Everything," November 1, 2005
New Scientist, "Creativity special: Ten Top Tips," October 29, 2005
Santa Cruz Sentinel, Jondi Gumz, "Prominent Scientist Visits UCSC," October 23, 2005
Discover Magazine, Sean B. Carroll, "What Remains to Be Written," October 2005
The Boston Globe, Stephen Smith, "Ideas Spring From Need to Shake Things Up," October 8, 2005
New Scientist, "How Being Slim May Help Our Universe Survive," October 8, 2005
SpaceRef.com, "Physicists Say Evolution Favored Three and Seven Dimensions," October 2, 2005
Scientific American, Marguerite Holloway, "The Beauty of Branes," October 2005
Onelife Magazine, "Future Heads, The Theorist," September 30, 2005
American Scientist, "Scientists' Nightstand: The Bookshelf Talks with Lisa Randall," September 28, 2005
The Boston Globe, Peter Dizikes, "Across the Universe," September 4, 2005
ABC Online, Mark Colvin, "Professor Lisa Randall Talks of String Theory," August 15, 2005
Symmetry Magazine, Kurt Riesselman, "Logbook: Extra Dimensions," June/ July 2005
New Scientist, "The Final Frontier," June 18, 2005
Physics World, Matin Durrani, "A Life With Extra Dimensions," May, 2005
MSNBC, Alan Boyle, "Women Explore the Frontiers of Physics," April 18, 2005

Edge, "Theories of the Brane," February 10, 2003

The Wall Street Journal , Sharon Begley, "Extra Dimensions: They Can't Be Seen, But May Be Measured," May 24, 2002

Science Watch , "MIT's Lisa Randall: Two Branes are Better Than One," July/August 2001
Nature, Roland Pease, "Brane New World," June 28, 2001

The New York Times, George Johnson, "New Generation of Physicists Sustains a Permanent Revolution," June 20, 2000
The New York Times, George Johnson, "Physicists Finally Find a Way to Test Superstring Theory," April 4, 2000
The New York Times, "A Far-Out Theory (Graphic of String/Brane Universe)," April 4, 2000
Nature, Jerome Gauntlet, "News and Views: Brane New Worlds," March 2, 2000
Physics World, Michael Green, "Strings Draw Theorists Together," March 2000
The Dallas Morning News, Tom Siegfried, "Vaster View of Cosmos Unfolds as Millennium Approaches End," January 3, 2000

New Scientist, Marcus Chown, "The Great Beyond," December 18, 1999
Nature, Philip Ball, "Where Did all the Gravity Go?" November 1, 1999


INTERNATIONAL RADIO AND TELEVISION
Australia
The Science Show, ABC Radio National (Australia), August 2005
The Mark Colvin Show, ABC Radio National (Australia), August 2005

Canada
Quirks and Quarks, CBC Radio (Toronto, Canada), "Lisa Randall on the science of tomorrow," December 11, 2011
Daily Planet with Jay Ingram, Discovery Channel Canada, March 1, 2006
Province Wide with Daiene Vernile, CTV Southwestern Ontario, March 1, 2006
Breakfast Television with Kevin Frankis, CITY-TV (Toronto, Canada), March 1, 2006
Quirks and Quarks with Pat Senson, CBC Radio (Canada), October 2005

Italy
Interview with Luca Tancredi Barone, Radio3 Scienza (Italy), November 13. 2006

Japan
Proposal for the Future with Dr. Koichi Wakata, NHK (Tokyo, Japan),May 21, 2006
BS (Japan), Japanese television special, 2005
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Spain
Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología, "Entrevista a Lisa Randall, física de Harvard," May 4, 2011
TVE a la CARTA "Científicos de frontiera – Lisa Randall," February 1, 2011

Switzerland
Interview with Kathleen Anderson, World Geneva Radio, January 19, 2006

United Kingdom
BBC4 Woman’s Hour with Jenni Murray, "Lisa Randall Talks about her Work in Particle Physics and Cosmology," December 13, 2012.
BBC World Have Your Say, "Your questions on the Higgs Boson," July 6, 2012
BBC Start the Week "God and Science with the Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Richard Dawkins and Lisa Randall," October 17, 2011
Live at Five, BBC (UK), part 1, July 2005
Live at Five, BBC (UK), part 2, July 2005
Start the Week , BBC (UK), June 2005
Science and Nature: Parallel Universes, BBC (UK), also (pdf), February 2002

INTERNATIONAL PRESS
Brazil
Ciencia Hoje, Fred Furtado and Cassio Leite Vieira, "Muito Além Das Três Dimensões," September 2006

Canada
The Star, Will the Hadron Collider Send the World into a Black Hole, by Cathal Kelly, 16 November 2009
The Record Waterloo, Rose Simone, "Physicist Explores Possibility of Parallel Universes," March 2006

China
Beijing Science and Technology Newspaper, Ma Jia, "Interview on Extra Dimensions," September 2007

France
Le Temps, "La traque de la gravité dans les dimensions cachées," March 2010.
La Recherche , "Lisa Randall: la gravité se cache dans d'autres dimensions," November 2009
Ciel & Espace , "Lisa Randall: la nouvelle égérie des cordes," December 2006
La Recherche , "L. Randall, l’équation ultime pour la physique," October 2005

Germany
Frankfurter Allgemeine, "Das Teilchen und das Ganze," by Manfred Lindinger, September 28, 2012. [pdf]
Interview, "Interview: Lisa Randall," by Laura Ewert, July 10, 2012. [pdf]
Berliner Zeitung, "Durch das Kelinklein muss man durch," by Arno Widmann, May 12, 2012. [pdf]
Freitag, "An der Grenze," by Jan Pfaff and Kathrin Zinkant, May 11, 2012. [pdf]
Die Zeit, "Gibt es andere Universen – und wieviele?" by Tobias Hürter and Max Rauner, May 3, 2012. [pdf]
Pro, "Wissenschaft keine Ersatzreligion", May 3, 2012. [pdf]
Berliner Morgenpost, "Das größte Risiko ist Irrationalität," by Norbert Lossau, April 30, 2012
Welt Online, Norbert Lossau, "Warum Miss Universum kein letztes Geheimnis kennt," April 30, 2012. [pdf]
Märkische Allgemeine, "Das Geheimnis der Urfädchen: Star-Physikerin Lisa Randall im Einstein-Forum", April 25, 2012. [pdf]
Freundin Donna, "12 Frauen, die uns 2012 inspirieren," January 1, 2012. [pdf]
Süddeutsche Zeitung, "Eine Sensation in spe," April 8, 2011
Wissen Magazin, Hubert Filser, "Die Überirdische" September 2007
Physik Journal, Ralph Blumenhagen, "Physik diesseits and jenseits des Standardmodells," May 2007
Astronomie Heute, Frank Schubert, "Wir die Flächenwesen," January/ February 2007
Berliner Zeitung, Arno Widmann, "Heute in den Feuilletons," December 2, 2006 (alt.)
Der Bund, Patrick Imhasly, "Kühne Idee einer Parallelwelt ," November 24, 2006
Die Welt, Norbert Lossau, "Miss Universum," November 11, 2006 (alt.)
Die Welt, Norbert Lossau, "Materie aus höheren Dimensionen," November 11, 2006
Stern Magazine, Frank Ochmann, "Lisas Welt," November 2006
Die Weltwoche, Mathias Plüss, "Die Welt ist mehr, als was wir sehen," November 2006
Wissenschaft Online, Rainer Kayser, "Verborgene Welten," November 2006 (alt.)
Spektrum der Wissenschaft, "Warum nur drei Dimensionen?" November 18, 2006
Der Tagesspiegel, by Thomas de Padova, "Verborgene Universen," November 11, 2006
Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, by Ulf von Rauchhaupt, "In anderen Dimensionen," May 2006
Der Spiegel, Jörg Blech and Johann Grolle, "Neue Ära der Physik," February 2006

India
The Hindu, "Is the Higgs Boson Real?  Physicists React."  [pdf]
India Daily, "Small Black Holes are in Thousands in Our Solar System - How Did That Happen?"
September 16, 2006

Ireland
The Irish Times, Dick Ahlstrom, "Are We Living in a 3D Sinkhole?" October 16, 2008

Iran
Tehran Times, "Anxiously await new data on ‘God particle’, "  December 13, 2011. [pdf]

Italy
La Stampa, "Lisa Randall, gossip sul bosone di Higgs," by Piero Bianucci, November 12, 2012. [pdf]
Il Messaggero, Massimo di Forti, "Festival delle Scienze," January 27, 2011
La Repubblica, Paolo Berizzi, "La scienza e l’apocalisse," January 19, 2011
Il Venerdi di Repubblica, Giuliano Aluffi, "La Fine del Mondo: La Fisica Una Data (Ma Non E Il 2012 Dei Maya)," January 14, 2011
Liberazione, Luca Tancredi Barone, "Lisa Randall: Vi Racconto che Cosa e la Quarta Dimensione,"
November 14, 2006
Vanity Fair, Silvia Bombino, "Lisa Randall: La Pupa è Secchiona," November 5, 2006
Corriere Mercantile, Elianna Quattrini, "Lisa Randall, La Fisica che Ammalia," November 5, 2006
Il Giornale, Eleonora Barbieri, "La Donna che con i Numeri Sta Cercando L’ultraterreno," November 5, 2006
Mente Locale, Laura Guglielmi, "Voglio Trovare la Quarta Dimensione," November 5, 2006
Corriere della Sera, Giovanni Caprara, "Il Mio Universo a Bolle con Dimensioni Extra," October 31, 2006
l'Unita, Pietro Greco, "Scienza: Siamo Nati Per Scoprire," October 25, 2006
Rainews 24, "Festival Della Scienza a Genova," October 23, 2006
Il Sole 24 Ore, Carlo Rovelli, "Universo Controverso: Stringhe che non Tengono," October 22, 2006
Il Sole 24 Ore, Lisa Randall, "Il «Tutto» Ha Dimensioni Extra," October 22, 2006
Corriere della Sera, "L' universo Non è Unico Le Nuove Teorie dei Fisici," September 22, 2006
l'Unita, Christiana Pulcinelli, "Galassie, Pianeti, Stelle: un Universo di Domande," September 22, 2006
Il Sole 24 Ore, Elisabetta Durante, "L'universo Come "Membrana", May 2003

Japan
IPMU News: Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe , Round Table Talk: Lisa Randall with Hitoshi Murayama and Hirosi Ooguri, Issue No. 7, September 2009
Japanese Science Journal: Kagaku, "Outlook of Particle Theory and Cosmology," (a discussion among Lisa Randall, Hitoshi Murayama, and Hiroshi Ooguri), Vol 79, No. 7, July 2009.
Newton Magazine, "What is Time?" May 2009
Newton Magazine, Tak Inagaki, "Investigating the 5th Dimension of Space," January 2008
Brutus Magazine, Yumiko Sakuma, "The World's Leading Women You Should Know Now," May 2007
NHK, "The Proposal for the Future." Interview with Dr. Koichi Wakata, May 2006

Netherlands
kennislink.nl, "De LHC kan verborgen dimensies aantonen: Interview met theoretisch natuurkundige Lisa Randall," by Barry van der Meer, September 7, 2012. [pdf]

Portugal
De Rerum Natura, "Top 8 Livros de Ciência do Ano em Ingles," December 8, 2011. [pdf]

Spain
Muy Interesante, Corey S. Powell, "En Los Próximos Cinco Años Podríamos Encontrar Una Nueva Dimension," October 2006
Redes Television Española, interview with Eduard Punset, "Hay Otras Dimensiones," (Video), February 2006
Tendencias Cientificas, Eduardo Martinez, "Nuestro Universo Tendría Seis Dimensiones Ocultas," October 14, 2005
Astroseti Magazine , translated by Francisco Pulido, "Nuestra Existencia en Tres Membranas," October 10, 2005

Switzerland
CERN Courier, Antonella Del Rosso, "Lisa Randall: Dreams of Warped Space-Time," July 2008

United Kingdom
The New Scientist, "A Theory of Everything Won’t Provide all the Answers," by Valerie Jamieson and Richard Webb, January 22, 2013.  [pdf]
Guardian, "Science Weekly Podcast: the Higgs Boson, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy," by Ian Sample, December 17, 2012.  [mp3]
New Humanist, "Poised on the Edge: an Interview with Lisa Randall," by Manjit Kumar, March 1, 2012.  [pdf]
Guardian, "Is the Higgs Boson Real?" by Ian Sample, December 6, 2011. [pdf]
BBC Focus Magazine, November 22, 2011 [podcast]
The Register, Lewis Page, "Something may come through dimensional 'doors' at LHC: Attack of the Hyperdimensional Juggernaut-Men," 6 November 2009
BBC Sky at Night, Sarah Reed, "Search for the Universe's Hidden Dimensions," April 2006
Economist, "Science and Technology: A Braney Theory," October 8th-14th, 2005
Daily Express, "88 Years Old and Still Delving Life's Mysteries..." July 13, 2005
Financial Times, Stephen Pincock, "Lunch with the FT: A World of Her Own," July 8, 2005
The Guardian, John Crane, "Lisa Randall: Warped View of the Universe," June 21, 2005
The Sunday Times, "Interview: Sarah Baxter meets Lisa Randall," June 19, 2005
The Daily Telegraph, "Why I Believe in Higher Dimensions," June 1, 2005
BBC, "String Theory and Our Multi-Dimensional Universe," May 24, 2002
The Economist, "Science and Technology: A Matter of Gravity," December 31, 1999


ARTS RADIO and TELEVISION
Radio France, "Le festival Agora en vidéo," 15 June 2009
Televisió de Catalunya,"Art i ciència en une òpera," 14 June 2009
Radio France, "Les arts peuvent-ils exprimer la complexité de la science?" by Michael Alberganti, 12 June 2009 (mp3)

ARTS PRESS and REVIEWS
Boston Globe, "Nakadate Videos Enthrall and Sadden: Exhibit Showcases the Discomforts of Intimacy," by Cate McQuaid, December 7, 2011. [pdf]
Harvard Gazette, "Scaling up, and Down: Physicist, Artists Team up for Offbeat Carpenter Center Show," November 18, 2011. [pdf]
The Harvard Crimson, "Portrait of an Artist: Lisa Randall ’84," by Natalie T. Chang, November 1, 2011 [pdf]
Opernwelt (Germany) "Zeitgenössische Kammeropern spanischer Komponisten: Hèctor Parras «Hypermusic Prologue» und Elena Mendozas «Niebla»," by Albrecht Thiemann. August 2011.
Thomas’ Music, "Hector Parra Hypermusic Prologue 2cd," by Chris Dench. July 2011.
ClassicalNet, "CD Review: Hector Parra: Hypermusic Prologue," by Mark Sealey. June 2010.
Records International "CD Description: Hypermusic Prologue," June 2010.
allmusic.com, "Hypermusic Prologue," by Stephen Eddins, May 2010.
Diverdi.com, "Hèctor Parra, Hypermusic Prologue," by José Luis Téllez, April 5, 2010.
Neue Musikzeitung (Germany), "Liebesduette in imaginären Räumen," by Max Nyffeler, July 2010.
Audiophile Audition, Classical CD Reviews, by Daniel Coombs, August 2010
Göteborgs-Posten, by Magnus Haglund. "Hector Parra, Hypermusic Prologue: Musik från labbet." June 1, 2010
Scientific American Observations, "Toying with the laws of physics: Elizabeth Streb's latest dance performance," by George Musser, 27 April 2010
NewScientist, "Sounds from another dimension," by Amanda Getter, 17 March 2010
Financial Times, Hypermusic: Ascension, Guggenheim Museum, New York, panel discussion with Hector Parra and Matthew Ritchie, 15 March 2010
Docenotas.com, "Hypermusic Prologue de Hector Parra abre el Festival Ars Musica de Bruselas," 5 March 2010
The Harvard Crimson, "Opera Boldly Goes to Uncharted Dimension," by Matthew C. Stone, 2 March 2010
The Art Newspaper, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: "Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum Rotunda," 9 February 2010.
Guggenheim Press, "The Guggenheim Presents 'Contemplating the Void'," BWW News Desk, 8 February 2010.
SUNfiltered, "How things work: artists in conversation at the Guggenheim," by Perrin Drumm, 30 December 2009
Luxweb: Le Portail Internet du Luxembourg, Hypermusic Prologue, 2 December 2009
El Mundo,"Ciencia, arte y filosofía," by Albert Vilardell, 2 December 2009
El País,"Entrevista: Lisa Randall, Física teórica de la Universidad de Harvard: 'Extraña ver la quinta dimensión en una ópera'," by Joan Carles Ambrojo, 2 December 2009
Symmetry: Dimensions of Particle Physics, "Gallery: Hypermusic Prologue," by Calla Cofield, December 2009
Cose Iberiche,"La prima spagnola di Hypermusic Prologue, nell'incontro tra la lirica e la String Theory il desiderio umano del continuo superarsi," by Da Laura, 30 November 2009
ABC Spain, "Física y música," by Pablo Meléndez-Haddad, 29 November 2009
Avui,"Òpera de ciències," by Xavier Cester, 29 November 2009
El Periódico, "Una cálida acogida a Hèctor Parra en el Liceu," by César López Rosell, 29 November 2009
La Vanguardia,"La necesaria gravitación," by Jorge de Persia, 29 November 2009
El País,"La dimensión oculta de la ópera: Hèctor Parra estrena en el Liceo Hypermusic prologue," by Agustí Fancelli, 28 November 2009
Particosmo Blogspot, "Hypermusic Prologue in Spain," 28 November 2009
El Cultural,"Héctor Parra: en Hypermusic Prologue todo es riesgo," by Benjamín G. Rosado, 27 November 2009
El País,"El Liceo entra en la quinta dimensión con Hypermusic prologue," by L. Morgades, 27 November 2009
El Periódico,"El Liceu propone un dialogo entre música, ciencia y arte," by Manel Cereijo, 27 November 2009
La Vanguardia,"Hèctor Parra lleva la ópera a la quinta dimensión en el Liceu," by Justo Barranco, 27 November 2009
ABC Spain,"Estreno contemporáneo en el Liceu," by P.M.-H., 26 November 2009
Avui,"La ciència insipira una nova òpera: Hèctor Parra estrena al Poyer del Liceu l'obra Hypermusic Prologue," by Marta Porter, 25 November 2009
El Mundo, "Viaje a la quinta dimensión a través de una opera," by Ana María Dávila, 25 November 2009
Teatralnet: Revista Digital d'Arts Escéniques,"Ciència, música i noves realitats al Liceu," by Mercè Pérez, 25 November 2009
Opera Actual, "Hypermusic Prologue de Héctor Parra en el Liceu: música de otra galaxia," 4 November 2009
L'Étincelle: Le journal de la création à l'Ircam,"Une bonne musique plutôt qu'un discours vain: Entretien avec Lisa Randall," by Jeremie Szpirglas, November 2009
Revista Musical, "Hypermusic Prologue o un concepte nou del gènere operístic," al Foyer, by J. Comellas, November 2009
Nature, "Solo journey to a fifth dimension," by Stefan Michalowski and Georgia Smith, 9 July 2009
Audioclásica,"Agora Hispano," by José Luis Besada Portas, September 2009
Discovery Channel Online, "Warped Opera," by Jennifer Ouellette, 24 August 2009
Physics Central,"Physics and opera: a happier marriage than you might guess," 24 August 2009
Jutarnji,"Njezin libreto otkriva mnoge tajne svemira," by T. Rudez, 20 August 2009
Dwutygodnik Ruch Muzyczny,"Festiwal 'Agora'," 19 August 2009
Seed Magazine,"Opera in the Fifth Dimension: in Hypermusic Prologue, Physicist Lisa Randall Re-Imagines her Extradimensional Theories of the Universe as Opera," by Elizabeth Cline, 10 August 2009
Seed Magazine, "Opera in the Fifth Dimension: Slideshow," by Elizabeth Cline, 10 August 2009
The Parisian, "Hypermusic Prologue: A Projective Opera in Seven Planes," 6 July 2009
Resmusica,"Festival Agora," by Frank Langlois, 3 July 2009
L'Humanité,"Science, cuisine et amours," by Maurice Ulrich, 30 June 2009
Particosmo Blogspot,"Parra - Hypermusic Prologue," 25 June 2009
Dailymotion, "Hypermusic Prologue-Hector Parra-EIC," 18 June 2009
Le Monde, "Musique de chambre pour particules élémentaires," by Pierre Gervasoni, 15 June 2009
Références Musicologie, "La rencontre d'un compositeur espagnol et d'une physicienne américaine," 16 June 2009
Anaclase.com, "Hypermusic Prologue, opéra de Hèctor Parra," by Jeremie Szpirglas, 15 June 2009
Scherzo,"Ópera y ciencia," by Bruno Serrou, 15 June 2009
La Vanguardia,"Estreno en París de una ópera sobre física: El autor de la obra es el músico barcelonés Hèctor Parra," by Óscar Caballero, 14 June 2009
Harvard Gazette,"Physics for musical masses: Theoretical physicist Lisa Randall pens other-dimensional opera," by Alvin Powell, 11 June 2009
Doce Notas,"Presencia Española en el Agora de París," 8 June 2009
Le Monde,"Agora, le plaisir de se perdre," by Pierre Gervasoni, 8 June 2009
El País,"La búsqueda de nuevas energías sonoras," by Javier Pérez Senz, 6 June 2009
L'Humanité,"Contempo, electro, ma non troppo," by Maurice Ulrich, 5 June 2009
Süddeutsche Zeitung, "Welterklärungsformel als Liebesgeschichte," by Reinhard J. Brembeck, June 2009
Accents: la revue de l'Ensemble Intercontemporain, "Hypermusic, Prologue: Lisa Randall, physicienne, auteur du livret," by Véronique Brindeau, Edition no. 38, April - August 2009
Accents: la revue de L'Ensemble Intercontemporain, "Hypermusic, Prologue: Les dimensions cachées de la musique, entretien avec Hector Parra," by Pierre Strauch, Edition no. 38, April - August 2009
Accents: la revue de L'Ensemble Intercontemporain, "Hypermusic, Prologue: Matthew Ritchie, Plasticien createur de la scenographie," by Veronique Brindeau, Edition no. 38, April - August 2009
El Mundo,"A la búsqueda de una nueva energía sonora," by Ana María Dávila, 15 January 2009
El Mundo, "Quiero que la gente disfrute con el estómago y con el cerebro," by Ana María Dávila, 14 January 2009
El Periódico, "El Liceu recupera "Doña Francisquita" y estrena dos óperas españolas," by Marta Cervera, January 2009
Boston Globe, "A Talk with Lisa Randall," by Samuel P. Jacobs, 14 December 2008
ABC Spain, "En la quinta dimensión," by Pablo Meléndez Haddad


PUBLIC LECTURES
• Credit Suisse, New York NY, March 2013
• Rhodes College, April 2013
• University of Minnesota, April 2013
• Oberlin College, April 2013
• Exchanges at the Frontier, London UK, December 2012
• Lexington Community Education, Lexington MA, December 2012
• Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles CA, November 2012
• La Ciudad de las Ideas, Puebla, Mexico, November 2012
• Google Zeitgeist Americas 2012, Paradise Valley AZ, October 2012
• Genoa Book Fair, Genoa, Italy, October 2012
• Ensemble Studio Theatre/Sloan Foundation Science and Technology Project Artist Cultivation Event, New York NY, September 2012
• Kavli Prize, September 2012
• Idea Festival, Louisville KY, September 2012
• The WWW Conference: Intellectual Jazz, Redlands CA, September 2012
• Science without Limits Symposium, Lewis and Clark College, Portland OR, September 2012
• Science, Technology and Policy Forum, National Academy of Sciences, September 2012
• Aspen Summer, Aspen Center for Physics, August 2013
• Euroscience Open Forum 2012, Keynote Address, Dublin, Ireland, July 2012
• Yellowstone Group, Bozeman MT, July 2012
• Cornell University, May 2012
• Hunter College, Great Thinkers Series, May 2012
• Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany, April 2012
• National Science and Engineering Book Fair, Washington DC, April 2012
• Space Foundation, Colorado Springs CO, April 2012
• Radcliffe Institute, San Francisco CA, April 2012
• Radcliffe Institute, Palo Alto CA, April 2012
• Chapman University, March 2012
• Presidential Speaker Series, Rhode Island School of Design, February 2012.
• Class of ’37 Directed Studies Colloquium, "Scaling the Universe," Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University, February 2012
• DLD12, Munich, Germany, January 2012
AAAS DoSER Holiday Lecture, December 21, 2011
• Harvard Bookstore (with Brattle Theatre), Cambridge MA, November 8, 2011
• Chicago Public Library, Chicago IL, November 1, 2011
• Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver CO, October 27, 2011
Compass Summit, Rancho Palos Verdes CA, October 25, 2011
Royal Society of Arts (with Blackwell’s), London, UK, October 18, 2011
• Bristol Festival, October 17, 2011
• Cheltenham Literature Festival, Cheltenham, UK, October 16, 2011
• Boston Book Festival, October 15, 2011
• Town Hall Seattle, Seattle Science Lectures, October 12, 2011
• The Linus Pauling Memorial Lectures (with Powell’s Bookstore), October 11, 2011
• The Skeptics Society (with California Institute of Technology), October 10, 2011
• Griffith Observatory, All Space Considered Series, October 7, 2011
• San Francisco Jewish Community Center, October 5, 2011
• Book Passage (Corte Madera CA), October 4, 2011
• 92nd Street Y, October 2, 2011
• Minneapolis Public Library, Talk of the Stacks, September 29, 2011
• Philadelphia Free Library, September 2011
• Boston Museum of Science, Lowell First Friday Lecture Series, September 21, 2011
• Politics and Prose, September 20, 2011
• American Museum of Natural History, Distinguished Author Lecture Series, September 19, 2011
• AAAS Annual Meeting, String Theory and New Physics, Washington D.C., February 2011
• Harvard Thinks Big II, Harvard University, February 2011
• Rome Science Festival, Il Lontano Destino Finale Della Terra, Rome, Italy, January 2011
• Artisphere, Creative Collaboration Between Art and Science: A Discussion with Lia Halloran, Dr. Lisa Randall & Big Prototype, Arlington, VA, November 2010
• Techonomy Opening Panel, Tahoe, CA, Aug 2010, Popular Techonomy: Can the world be turned in a techonomic direction?
Thirteen Forum/New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS)/ATLAS , Pop-Up Particle Physics from the Large Hadron Collider, May 2010
Cambridge Science Festival: Big Ideas for Busy People, April 2010.
• Cambridge Forum 2010, Marcia Bartusiak and Lisa Randall: "Science and Creativity," April 2010.
Erna Hamburger Prize 2010, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne/WISH Foundation, March 2010.
Talk: Hypermusic: Ascension, Guggenheim Museum, New York , panel discussion with Hector Parra and Matthew Ritchie, March 2010 .
• 92nd Street Y "Giants of Science" series, moderated by Robert Krulwich, March 2010

U.S.House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology on "Investigating the Nature of Matter, Energy, Space, and Time," (Randall testimony) , Washington, DC., October 2009
2009 Global Creative Leadership Summit, New York City, NY September 2009
• Adventures of the Mind, Princeton NJ, August 2009
Whitney Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art Panel on Creativity: Does Art Matter Now? Moderated by Peter Galison, with Artist Vik Muniz, Physicist Lisa Randall, Pollster of fivethirtyeight.com Nate Silver, and Choreographer Elizabeth Streb, June 2009
• 2009 Benjamin Franklin Creativity Laureate interview with Michael Turner, The Smithsonian Associates and the Creativity Foundation, April 2009
• 2009 Joseph Lannutti Lecturer (Origins '09), Florida State University, March 2009
• 2009 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Montana, March 2009
• Presidential Lecture, University of Tulsa, February 2009
• 2008 Chicago Humanities Festival, Chicago, IL, October 2008
• Young Women's Leadership Charter School, Chicago, IL, October 2008
• 2008 Global Creative Leadership Summit, New York, September 2008 (pdf)
• GE Leading and Learning: Influence and Impact, Ossining, NY, May 2008
Milken Global Conference, Los Angeles, CA , April 2008
Utah Symposium in Science and Literature, Salt Lake City, UT, February 2008
• DLD (Digital, Life, Design) Conference, Munich, Germany, January 2008
• World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2008, Davos, Switzerland, January 2008 • E.W. Guptill Memorial Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 2007
• 2007 Global Creative Leadership Summit, Metropolitan Club, New York, NY, September 2007
• University of Tokyo, Koshiba Hall, Tokyo, Japan, July 2007
2007 American Crystallographic Association Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, July 2007
Strings 07, Auditorium of the BBVA Foundation, Instituto de Fisica Teorica (IFT-UAM/CSIC), Madrid, Spain, June 2007
• IdeaCity07, Toronto, Canada, June 2007
• University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium, April 2007
2007 American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC, April 2007
2007 Case Western Reserve University's Distinguished Lecture, Cleveland, OH, March 2007
Gamov Memorial Lecture Series, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, March 2007
Dr. James Borland Convocation Speaker Series, Adrian College, Adrian, MI, March 2007
• J. James Woods Lecture Series, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, March 2007
• Joseph and Sophia Konopinski Memorial Lecture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, March 2007
William C. Ferguson Science Lecture, Washington University, February 2007
• Light in Winter Festival, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, January 2007
• 2006 Cultural Life Lecture Series, Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI, December 2006
SEED Inspiration Festival, New York, NY, December 2006
• Syracuse Symposium 2006, Syracuse University, NY, November 2006
• Global Creative Leadership Summit, New York, NY, November 2006
• Genoa Science Festival, Genoa, Italy, November 2006
Albert Einstein Institute Forum, Potsdam, Germany, November 2006
New England Conservatory 's Presidential Lecture Series, Boston, MA, October 2006
• Friday Forum: Warped Passages, Harvard Book Store, Cambridge, MA, October 2006
Fermilab Lecture Series, Batavia, IL, October 2006
• Ann Radcliffe Lecture, Harvard University, September 2006
Second World Conference on the Future of Science, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy, September 2006
• COPEA Lecture Series, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2006
APPT Klopsteg Memorial Lecture Award, Syracuse University, NY, July 2006
• Warped Passages at Authors@Google, Google Inc., Palo Alto, CA, July 2006
• Festival of the Fourth Dimension, Sophia Antipolis Côte d'Azur, France, June 2006
• 54th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry, Seattle, WA, May 2006
• Town Hall Seattle Science Lecture Series, Seattle, WA, May 2006
American Physical Society April Meeting 2006, Dallas, TX, April 2006
• Texas A&M University Public Lecture Series, College Station, TX, April 2006
• Kent State University Artist Lecture Series, Kent, OH, April 2006
2006 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate, American Museum of Natural History, New York, March 2006
• University of Wisconsin Distinguished Scholars Lectures, Whitewater, WI, March 2006
• Perimeter Institute Public Lecture Series, Waterloo, Canada, March 2006
• TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) 2006 Conference, Monterey, CA, February 2006
• CalTech Skeptics Distinguished Lecture Series, Pasadena, CA, February 2006
• Adler Planetarium Freaky Friday Series, Chicago, IL, February 2006
• Columbia University and Ivy League Alumni Associations of Chicago, IL, February 2006
• Lawrence University Convocation Series, January 2006
• High Energy Frontier Theory Initiative Public Lecture, UC Davis, January 2006
• Science Center Research Lectures, Harvard University, Cambridge, December 2005
• New Views of the Universe Inaugural Symposium, The Kavli Institute, Chicago, December 2005
• International Lecture Series, XXIII Solvay Conference in Physics, Brussels, Belgium, December 2005
• 2005 Lecturology Series, Museum of Science, Boston, November 2005
• Honors Program Lecture 2005, Valencia Community College, Orlando, FL, November 2005
• UC Santa Cruz Arts and Lectures, Celebrating 100th Anniversary of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, CA,
November 2005
IDEAS Boston 2005, Boston, October 2005
• New York Public Library, Science, Industry and Business Library, New York, October 2005
• Hayden Space Theater, American Museum of Natural History, New York, October 2005
• Smithsonian Resident Associate Program, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Washington DC,
September 2005
• The Heinz R. Pagels Memorial Public Lectures, Aspen Center for Physics, August 2005
• Adventures of the Mind, Palo Alto, CA, August 2005
• University of Queensland Public Lecture Series, Brisbane, Australia, August 2005
• Copeland Theatre, University of Melbourne, Australia, August 2005
• University of Technology, University of Sydney, Australia, August 2005
• Cheltenham Festival of Science, Cheltenham, UK, June 2005
• Royal Institution, London, UK, June 2005
• The Kirkland/Spizuoco Memorial Science Lecture Series, Shippensburg University, PA, April 2005
• Littleton-Franklin Lecture in Sciences and Humanities at Auburn University, AL, November 2004
• MIT Gender Equity Conference, Washington DC, April 2004
• University of Rome, Italy, April 2003
• Aspen Public Lecture, Aspen, Colorado, August 2000

WORKSHOP and CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION
• Organizing Committee, Symposium: The First Year of LHC Physics, Ann Arbor, Michigan, December 2010

• International Advisory Committee, European Physical Society, EuroPhysics Conference on High Energy Physics, Krakow, Poland, July 2009
• International Advisory Committee, Strings 2009, The Pontificia Università S. Tommaso, Rome, Italy, June 2009
• International Advisory Committee, SUSY 09, 17th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interaction, Northeastern University, June 2009

• International Advisory Committee, National Research Council's Board on Physics and Astronomy, November 2008
• Advisory Committee, LHC New Physics Signatures Workshop, Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics, Ann Arbor, MI, January 2008

• Program Committee, SUSY 07 15th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Karlsruhe, Germany, July 2007
• International Advisory Committee: Strings 2007, Madrid, Spain, June 2007

• Scientific Organizing Committee, 23rd Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Melbourne, Australia, December 2006
• International Advisory Program Committee, XXXIII International Conference on High Energy Physics, Moscow, Russia, July 2006

• Program Committee, Cosmic Inflation, UC-Davis, March 2003

• International Advisory Committee, Cosmo-02, International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe,
Chicago, IL, September 2002
• International Advisory Board, Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2002

• International Advisory Committee, Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and Italian Institute for Nuclear Theory (INFN), Beyond Four Dimensions, Trieste, Italy, July 2000
• International Scientific Advisory Committee, SUSY 00 Eighth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, July 2000
• International, Advisory Board, Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2000

• Organizer (with D. Kutasov and M. Shifman), Conference on Extra Dimensions in Field Theory and String Theory, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, November 1999
• Coordinator (with D. Kutasov and M. Shifman), Supersymmetric Gauge Dynamics and String Theory, Workshop at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, August 1999 – December 1999
• International Scientific Advisory Committee, SUSY 99 Seventh International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Fermilab, IL, June 1999
• International Advisory Board, Aspen Winter Conference: Advances in Particle Physics, January 1999

• International Scientific Advisory Committee, SUSY 98 Sixth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Oxford, England, July 1998
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics Advisory Board, 1998–2001

• International Scientific Advisory Committee, SUSY 97 Fifth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Philadelphia, PA, June 1997
• Program Committee, Rencontres de Moriond, Electroweak Session, March 1997 – March 2000
• Board of General Members of the Aspen Center for Physics, 1997–present

• Organizer, Quarks: The Third Generation, Top and Bottom Quarks and Weak Interactions, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, April 1994
• Coordinator, Weak Interactions Workshop at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, January 1994 – June 1994

CONFERENCE TALKS, WORKSHOPS, and VISITING POSITIONS
• Miller Institute Visiting Professorship, University of California, Berkeley, March – May 2012
• N=4 Conference, California Institute of Technology, March 2012
• Moriond Electroweak, La Thuile, Italy, March 2012
• Aspen Winter Conference, February 2012
• Dark Matter 2012, UCLA, February 2012
• Director General’s Visiting Professorship: CERN, December 2011 – present
• California Institute of Technology, December 2011
• Galileo Galilei Institute, November 2011
• Solvay Institute, Brussels, Belgium, October 2011
• Forstmann Little Aspen Conference, September 2011
• Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, September 2011
• CERN, November 2011
• Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, August 2011
• Shanghai Particle Physics and Cosmology Symposium (SPCS), Shanghai Jiaotong University, June 2011
• Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, June 2011
• Aspen Winter 2011 Conference on Indirect and Direct Detection of Dark Matter, Aspen Center for Physics, February 2011
• Aspen Winter 2011 Conference on New Data from the Energy Frontier, Aspen Center for Physics, February 2011
• The Physics of the Universe Summit 2011, Caltech, January 2011
• PCTS Dark Matter Workshop: Direct Detection and Theoretical Developments, Princeton, NJ, November 2010
• Aspen Summer Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen Center for Physics, July 2010
• Planck Conference, CERN, Zurich, Switzerland, June 2010
• Physics of the Universe Summit: Opening Speaker, Space-X and Caltech, January 2010
• Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen Center for Physics, January 2010
• 2009 Presidents' Circle of the National Academy of Sciences, Lunch Talk: Frontiers of Physics, November 2009.
2009 Radcliffe Institute Symposium, Celebrate 10 Years! Crossing Boundaries at the Radcliffe Institute, October 2009
• An Evening of Hope and Good Fortune with Jennifer 8. Lee
(Harvard '99). New York Times journalist and author read from her book The Fortune Cookie Chronicles. sponsored by Harvard University and the Harvard School of Public Health, Cambridge, MA August 2009.
• SUSY09, 17th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Boston, MA June 2009
• Planck 2009: "From the Planck Scale to the ElectroWeak Scale", Padova, Italy, May 2009
• 2009 National Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Particle Physics and Cosmology with Extra Dimensions, Washington, DC, April 2009
• Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study "Searching for Dark Matter: A Unified Approach", Harvard University, Cambridge, MA February 2009
• SnowPAC 2009, Workshop on Particle Astrophysics, Astronomy & Cosmology, Snowbird, UT, February 2009
• Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2009
• California Institute of Technology Moore Scholar, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, Spring 2009
• Visiting Professor, New York University, NY, November 2008
• 2008 Brookhaven Forum (BF2008), "Terra Incognita: From LHC to Cosmology", Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, NY, November 2008
National Academy of Science Symposium: The Science & Entertainment Exchange , Los Angeles, CA, November 2008
• International Meeting, New Frontiers of Science, Art and Thought, Barcelona, Spain, October 2008
• Institut d'été 2008, "Theories de Jauge, Gravite et Theorie de Cordes," Centre de Physique Theorique de l'École Polytechnique, Paris, France, August 2008
• KITP: Anticipating Physics at the LHC, Santa Barbara, CA, June 2008 (video)
• California Institute of Technology Moore Scholar, Pasadena, CA, Summer 2008
• CERN Academic Training Lectures, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, March 2008(slides 1, 2 , 3)
XLIII Rencontres de MORIOND Electroweak Session , La Thuile, Italy, March 2008
LHC New Physics Signatures Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, January 2008
ISCAP Northeast String Cosmology Meeting, New York Academy of Sciences, NY, December 2007
Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics' Opening Symposium, UC Berkeley, CA, October 2007
• Visiting Professor, NYU, New York City, NY, September – December 2007
Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture, International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, Italy, September 2007
• New Physics and the LHC, BSM CERN TH Institute, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2007
Eötvös-Cornell 2007: Beyond the Standard Model, Budapest, Hungary, June 2007
Theoretical Advanced Studies Institute (TASI) , University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, June 2007 (video and slides)
• CERN-Argentina Workshop, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 2007
• Kane Symposium, Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, January 2007
• Winter Physics Lectures Series 2007, Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2007
• Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Public Lecture Series, UC Santa Barbara, CA, Tuesday, December 2006
COSMO 06: International Workshop on Particle Physics, Tahoe City, CA, September 2006
Second World Conference on the Future of Science, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy, September 2006
KITP: String Phenomenology 2006: Braneworld Black Holes, Santa Barbara, CA, September 2006
• International Congress of Mathematical Physics (ICMP 2006), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2006
• Second World Summit: Physics Beyond the Standard Model, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador June 2006
• New Views of the Universe Inaugural Symposium, The Kavli Institute, Chicago, IL, December 2005
• XXIII Solvay Conference in Physics, Solvay Institute, Brussels, Belgium, December 2005
• 100th Anniversary of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, University of CA, Santa Cruz, CA, November 2005
• String Theory, Benasque Center for Science, Benasque, Spain, July 2005
• YKIS2005, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan, June 2005
• The 59th Yamada Conference, The University of Tokyo, Japan, June 2005
• Planck 05, Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, May 2005
• PIPT Showcase Conference, Pacific Institute for Theoretical Physics, May 2005
• Algebraic Geometry Women's Conference, University of Pennsylvania, May 2005
• Welsh Lectures, University of Toronto, Canada, April 2005
• International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Lebedev Institute, Moscow, Russia, April 2005
• String Phenomenology, Perimeter, Waterloo, Ontario, March 2005
• Interdisciplinary Conference at the Einstein Forum, Berlin, Germany, January 2005
• Theoretical Science in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC, Oct. 2004
The Future of Physics panel discussion, KITP, Santa Barbara, Beyond the Standard Model, October 2004
• New Horizons in String Cosmology, Banff, Alberta, June 2004
Rencontres de Moriond Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories, La Thuile, Italy, March 2004
• KITP: Superstring Cosmology, UC-Santa Barbara, October 2003 (video)
• Chair, Radcliffe Institute Cosmology and Theoretical Astrophysics Cluster, Spring 2003
• Cosmic Inflation, UC-Davis, March 2003 (pdf)
• AAAS Annual Meeting, Denver, February 2003
• Carnegie Observatories Centennial Symposium, Measuring and Modeling the Universe, Pasadena, November 2002
• Challenges to the Standard Paradigm: Fundamental Physics and Cosmology, Irvine, CA, November 2002
• Radcliffe Institute Fellow, Fall 2002
• Cosmo-02, International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe, Chicago, IL, September 2002 (slides/video)
• TH-02, International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Paris, UNESCO, July 2002
• Strings 2002, Cambridge, UK, July 2002 (slides/audio)
• SUSY 02 Tenth International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Hamburg, June 2002 (video)
• PIMS Pacific Northwest String Seminar, University of British Columbia, March 2002 (slides/video)
• Science & Ultimate Reality, Celebrating the Vision of John Archibald Wheeler, invited talk and book chapter contribution, February 2002
• ITP Miniprogram on Brane World, UC-Santa Barbara, January 2002 (audio/video)
• Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2002
• Madrid Christmas Conference on Particle Physics, December 2001
• Gender and Research conference, Brussels, November 2001
• Plenary address in the Gravity Research Foundation session of the 16th Conference of the International Society of General Relativity and Gravitation, Durban, South Africa, July 2001
• Rapporteur on Extra Dimensions, Lepton Photon 01, Rome, Italy, July 2001
• Rapporteur on Extra Dimensions, Fermilab Users' Meeting 2001, Batavia, IL, June 2001
• Superstrings and Cosmology, CIAR Cosmology and Gravitation Programme Annual Meeting 2001, Banff, Alberta, Feb. 2001
• AAAS Meeting Topical Lecturer, San Francisco, February 2001
• Participant in MIT Meeting on Gender Equity in Science and Engineering, January 2001
• Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, Colorado, January 2001
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics Advisory Board, 2001
• Siemens-Westinghouse Science Competition Keynote Speaker, Washington D.C., December 2000
• Rutherford Christmas Meeting, Rutherford, England, December 2000
• IV Escuela Mexicana de Gravitacion y Fisica Matematica, Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico, December 2000
• Quantum Fields and Strings, Kolymbari, Crete, Greece, September 2000
• Aspen Workshop on String Theory, August 2000
• Strings 2000, Ann Arbor, MI, July 2000
• Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and Italian Institute for Nuclear Theory (INFN), Beyond Four Dimensions, Trieste, Italy, July 2000
• SUSY 00 Eighth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, July 2000
• Aspen Winter Conference on Particle Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2000
• Caltech/USC Center for Theoretical Physics, String Theory at the Millennium, Caltech, Pasadena, January 2000 (slides)
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics Advisory Board, 2000
• EC Summer School Connecting Fundamental Physics and Cosmology, Lecturer, Cambridge, August 1999
• 2nd Amsterdam Workshop on String Theory, July 1999
• Aspen Supersymmetry Summer Workshop, July 1999
• SUSY 99 Seventh International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Fermilab, IL, June 1999
• New Ideas in Particle Physics and Cosmology, Philadelphia, PA, May 1999
• Aspen Winter Conference: Advances in Particle Physics, January 1999
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics Advisory Board, 1999
• Physics at Run II, Workshop on Supersymmetry/Higgs, Summary Meeting, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, November 1998
• Sante Fe Workshop, Perturbative and Nonperturbative Aspects of the Standard Model, August 1998
• SUSY 98 Sixth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Oxford, England, July 1998
• Continuous Advances in QCD, Minneapolis, MN, April 1998
• PASCOS 98, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, March 1998
• CERN Associate, January – April 1998
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics Advisory Board, 1998
• CERN Summer Visitor, August 1997
• Lecturer at the Theoretical Advanced Study Institute (TASI), Boulder, CO, July 1997
• SUSY 97 Fifth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Philadelphia, PA, Summary Session Speaker, June 1997
• Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation on Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking, Department of Particle Physics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, April 1997
• Rencontres de Moriond, Electroweak Session, March 1997
• Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories, Supersymmetry Breaking, Nagoya, Japan, November 1996
• CERN Summer Visitor, August 1996
• Aspen Center for Physics, Flavor and Gauge Hierarchy Problems, July 1996
• SUSY 96, Fourth International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, College Park Maryland: Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking, June 1996
• Standard Model and Beyond, Tbilisi, Georgia, June 1996
• Rutgers University, June 1996
• Lecturer at KOSEF-JSPS Winter School, Recent Developments in Particle and Nuclear Theory, Seoul, Korea, Feb. 1996
• Rutgers University, January 1996
• ITP Conference on Unification: From the Weak Scale to the Planck Scale, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, September 1995
• Aspen Center for Physics, Weak Interactions, Inflation, August 1995
• CERN, June 1995
• SUSY 95, International Workshop on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, École Polytechnique, Paliseau, France, May 1995
• Pascos Symposium, Johns Hopkins University (Joint Meeting of the International Symposium on Particles, Strings, and Cosmology), Baltimore, MD, March 1995
• Joint US-Polish Workshop, Physics from the Planck to the Electroweak Scale, Warsaw, Poland, September 1994
• Aspen Center for Physics, Supersymmetry, August 1994
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics, Weak Interactions, Santa Barbara, April 1994
• Rencontres de Moriond, Electroweak Session, March 1994
• Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, February – June 1994
• WHEPP-3 Phenomenology Workshop, Madras, India, January 1994
• Rutgers University, May 1993
• Rencontres de Moriond Electroweak Session, March 1993
• CERN, January – July 1993
• 1993 Aspen Winter Conference on Elementary Particle Physics, January 1993
• Colliding Beam Conference, Yale University, October 1992
• Aspen Center for Physics, Summer 1992
• Topical Workshop on Nonperturbative Aspects of Chiral Gauge Theories, University of Rome, Italy, March 1992
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics: Lattice, 1992
• Workshop on Photons Radiated from Quarks, Annecy, France, December 1991
• 1991 Aspen Winter Conference on Elementary Particle Physics, January 1991
• Aspen Center for Physics, Summer 1990
• Santa Barbara Institute for Theoretical Physics: Physics, Weak Interactions, 1990
• Twelfth International Workshop on Weak Interactions and Neutrinos, Ginosar, Israel, April 1989
• Snowmass Workshop on High Energy Physics, July 1988
• Aspen Center for Physics, Summer 1988
• Workshop on Experiments, Detectors and Experimental Areas for the Supercomputing Supercollider, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, July 1987
• Quarks: The Third Generation; Top and Bottom Quarks and Weak

COLLOQUIA
• Cornell University, May 2012
• University of California, Davis, April 2012
• University of California at Berkeley, April 2012
• University of California at Berkeley, March 2012
• University of Colorado at Boulder, February 2012
• CERN, January 2012
• Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, April 2011
• Boston University, February 2010
• UCLA, April 2009
• Rockefeller University, November 2008
• Fermilab Chicago, October 2008
• UC San Diego, May 2008
• Caltech, April 2008
• The Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics, January 2008
• UC Berkeley, October 2007
• Harvard University, October 2007
• Indiana University, March 2007
• University of Chicago, October 2006
Perimeter Institute Colloquium, March 2006
Fermilab Colloquium, February 2006
• CERN, January 2006
• UC Davis, December 2005
• UC Santa Cruz, November 2005
• Yale University, 2004
• Duke University, Triangle Nuclear Theory Group, 2002
• Columbia University, 2002
• Princeton University, 2001
• Fermilab, 2001
• University of Chicago, 2000
• Brandeis University, 2000
• UC Santa Cruz, 1999
• UC Santa Barbara, 1999
• Caltech, 1997
• Harvard University, 1996, 2000, 2001
• MIT, 1996, 1999
• Case Western Reserve, 1996, 1998
• Northwestern University, 1996
• New York University, 1995, 2001, 2004
• University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1993

PUBLICATIONS
139 JiJi Fan, Andrey Katz, Lisa Randall, Matthew Reece, "A Dark-Disk Universe." (2013) http://arXiv.org/abs/arXiv:1303.3271
138 JiJi Fan, Andrey Katz, Lisa Randall, Matthew Reece, "Double-Disk Dark Matter." ( 2013) http://arxiv.org/abs/arXiv:1303.1521
137 Cedric Delaunay, Jernej F. Kamenik, Gilad Perez, Lisa Randall, "Charming CP Violation and Dipole Operators from RS Flavor Anarchy." (2012) http://arXiv.org/abs/arXiv:1207.0474
136 Lisa Randall, Matthew Reece, "Single-Scale Natural SUSY." (2012) arXiv:1206.6540
135 Csaba Csaki, Lisa Randall, John Terning. "Light Stops from Seiberg Duality." (2012) http://arxiv.org/pdf/arXiv:1201.1293
134 Yanou Cui, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "WIMPy Baryogenesis Miracle." (2011) http://arxiv.org/pdf/arXiv:1112.2704
133
Yanou Cui, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "Emergent Dark Matter Baryon, and Lepton Numbers." (2011) http://arXiv.org/abs/1106.4834v2
132 David Krohn, Lisa Randall, Lian-Tao Wang, "On the Feasibility and Utility of ISR Tagging," (2011) http://arXiv.org/abs/1101.0810v1
131 Randall Kelley, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "Early (and Later) LHC Search Strategies for Broad Dimuon Resonances", (2010), http://arXiv/abs/1011.0728
130 Matthew R. Buckley, Lisa Randall, "Xogenesis", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1009.0270
129 Matthew R. Buckley, Bertrand Echenard, Dilani Kahawala, Lisa Randall, "Stable Colored Particles R-SUSY Relics or Not?", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1008.2756
128 Yanou Cui, John D. Mason, Lisa Randall, "General Analysis of Antideuteron Searches for Dark Matter", (2010), http://arXiv.org/abs/1006.0983
127 Matthew R. Buckley, Lisa Randall, Brian Shuve, "LHC Searches for Non-Chiral Weakly Charged Multiplets", (2009)
http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.4549
126 Sean M. Carroll, Matthew C. Johnson, Lisa Randall, "Dynamical compactification from de Sitter space", (2009), http://arxiv.org/abs/0904.3115
125 Lisa Randall, David Simmons-Duffin, "Quark and Lepton Flavor Physics from F-Theory", (2009), http://arxiv.org/abs/0904.1584
124 Sean M. Carroll, Matthew C. Johnson, Lisa Randall, "Extremal limits and black hole entropy", (2009), http://arxiv.org/abs/0901.0931
123 Yanou Cui, David E. Morrissey, David Poland, Lisa Randall, "Candidates for Inelastic Dark Matter", (2009), http://arxiv.org/abs/0901.0557
122 Eduardo Ponton, Lisa Randall, "TeV Scale Singlet Dark Matter", (2008), http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.1029
121 Lisa Randall, Mark B. Wise, "Exotic Implications of Electron and Photon Final States", (2008), http://arxiv.org/abs/0807.1746
120 A. Liam Fitzpatrick, Lisa Randall, Gilad Perez, "Flavor Anarchy in a Randall-Sundrum Model with 5D Minimal Flavor Violation and a Low Kaluza-Klein Scale", (2008)
119 Lisa Randall, David Tucker-Smith, "Dijet Searches for Supersymmetry at the LHC", (2008) http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0806/0806.1049v1.pdf
118 Gilad Perez, Lisa Randall, "Natural Neutrino Masses and Mixings from Warped Geometry", (2008) http://arxiv.org/abs/0805.4652
117 Clifford Cheung, A.Liam Fitzpatrick, Lisa Randall, "Sequestering CP Violation and GIM-Violation with Warped Extra Dimensions", (2008), http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/0711.4421
116 Lisa Randall, "Two Higgs Models for Large Tan Beta and Heavy Second Higgs", (2007), http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/0711.4360
115 A. Liam Fitzpatrick, Gilad Perez, Lisa Randall, "Flavor from Minimal Flavor Violation and a Viable Randall-Sundrum Model", (2007), http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/0710.1869
114 Patrick Meade, Lisa Randall, "Black Holes and Quantum Gravity at the LHC", (2007) http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/0708.3017
113 Ben Lillie, Lisa Randall, Lian-Tao Wang, "The Bulk RS KK-Gluon at the LHC", (2007) http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0701166
112 A. Liam Fitzpatrick, Jared Kaplan, Lisa Randall, Lian-Tao Wang, "Searching for the Kaluza-Klein Graviton in Bulk RS Models", (2007), http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0701150
111 A. Liam Fitzpatrick, Lisa Randall, Toby Wiseman, "On the Existence and Dynamics of Braneworld Black Holes", JHEP 0611:033 (2006) http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0608208
110 Lisa Randall, Geraldine Servant, "Gravitational Waves from Warped Spacetime", (2006) http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0607158
109 A. Liam Fitzpatrick and L. Randall, "Localizing Gravity on the Triple Intersection of 7-branes in 10D", JHEP 0601 (2006) 113 http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0512247
108 Lisa Randall, Matthew D. Schwartz, Shiyamala Thambyahpillai, "Discretizing Gravity in Warped Spacetime", JHEP 0510 (2005) 110 http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0507102
107 A. Karch and L. Randall, "Relaxing to Three Dimensions", HUTP-05-A0029, UW-PT-05-14 (2005) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0506053
106 S. Mukohyama and L. Randall, "A Dynamical Approach to the Cosmological Constant", (2003) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0306108
105 N. Arkani-Hamed, H.-C. Cheng, P. Creminelli, and L. Randall, "Pseudonatural Inflation", JCAP 0307 003 (2003) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0302034
104 N. Arkani-Hamed, H.-C. Cheng, P. Creminelli, and L. Randall, "Extranatural Inflation", Phys.Rev.Lett. 90 221302 (2003) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0301218
103 L. Randall, Y. Shadmi, N. Weiner, "Deconstructing Gauge Theories in AdS5", JHEP 0301 055 (2003) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0208120
102 L. Randall, V. Sanz, M. D. Schwartz, "Entropy-Area Relations in Field Theory", JHEP 0206 008 (2002) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0204038
101 R. Bousso, L. Randall, "Holographic Domains of Anti-de Sitter Space", JHEP 0204 057 (2002) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0112080
100 L. Randall and M. D. Schwartz, "Unification and the Hierarchy from AdS5", Phys.Rev.Lett. 88 081801 (2002) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0108115
99 L. Randall and M. D. Schwartz, "Quantum Field Theory and Unification in AdS5", JHEP 0111 003 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0108114
98 A. Karch, E. Katz, and L. Randall, "Absence of a VVDZ Discontinuity in AdSAdS", JHEP 0112 016 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0106261
97 A. Karch and L. Randall, "Open and Closed String Interpretation of SUSY CFT's on Branes with Boundaries", JHEP 0106 063 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0105132
96 A. Karch and L. Randall, "Localized Gravity in String Theory", Phys.Rev.Lett. 87 061601 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0105108
95 N. Arkani-Hamed, M. Porrati, and L. Randall, "Holography and Phenomenology", JHEP 0108 017 (2001) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0012148
94 A. Karch and L. Randall, "Locally Localized Gravity", JHEP 0105 008 (2001)
http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0011156
93 S. B. Giddings, E. Katz, and L. Randall, "Linearized Gravity in Brane Backgrounds", JHEP 0003 023 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0002091
92 C. Csaki, M. Graesser, L. Randall, and J. Terning, "Cosmology of Brane Models with Radion Stabilization", Phys.Rev. D62 045015 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9911406
91 J. Lykken and L. Randall, "The Shape of Gravity", JHEP 0006 014 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9908076
90 T. Moroi and L. Randall, "Wino Cold Dark Matter from Anomaly-Mediated SUSY Breaking", Nucl.Phys. B570 455-472 (2000) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9906527
89 L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "An Alternative to Compactification", Phys.Rev.Lett. 83 4690-4693 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9906064
88 L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "A Large Mass Hierarchy from a Small Extra Dimension", Phys.Rev.Lett. 83 3370-3373 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9905221
87 J. L. Feng, T. Moroi, L. Randall, M. Strassler, and S. Su, "Discovering Supersymmetry at the Tevatron in Wino LSP Scenarios", Phys. Rev. Lett. 83 1731-1734 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9904250
86 A. H. Guth, L. Randall, and M. Serna, "Day-Night and Energy Dependence of MSW Solar Neutrinos for Maximal Mixing",
JHEP 9908, 018 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9903464
85 L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "Out of This World Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 557, 79-118 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9810155
84 L. Randall and S. Su, "CP Violating Lepton Asymmetries from B Decays and Their Implication for Supersymmetric Flavor Models", Nucl. Phys. B 540, 37-57 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9807377
83 L. Randall, R. Rattazzi, and E. Shuryak, "Implication of Exact SUSY Gauge Couplings for QCD", Phys. Rev. D 59, 035005 (1999) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9803258
82 J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "The Inviolate Axion Bound", LBL-25115, (1998)
81 L. Randall, Y. Shirman, and R. von Unge, "Brane Boxes: Bending and Beta Functions", Phys. Rev. D 58, 105005 (1998) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9806092
80 J. Erlich, A. Naqvi, and L. Randall, "The Coulomb Branch of N=2 Supersymmetric Product Group Theories from Branes", Phys. Rev. D 58, 046002 (1998) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9801108
79 E. Katz, L. Randall, and S. Su, "Supersymmetric Partners of Oblique Corrections", Nucl. Phys. B 536, 3-28 (1998) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9801416
78 C. Csaki, L. Randall, and W. Skiba, "Composite Intermediary and Mediator Models of Gauge-Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking", Phys. Rev. D 57, 383-390 (1998) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9707386
77 E. Katz, L. Randall, and S. Su, "Supersymmetric Partners of Oblique Corrections", Talk presented at the 5th International Conference on Supersymmetries in Physics, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 62, 299 (1998) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9706478
76 L. Randall, "New Mechanisms of Gauge-Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking", Talk presented at Rencontres de Moriond "Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories," Les Arcs, France, March 15-22 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9706475
75 L. Randall, "Supersymmetry and Inflation", (1997). In Perspectives on Higgs Physics II, ed. G. L. Kane, World Scientific, Singapore
74 R. G. Leigh, L. Randall, and R. Rattazzi, "Unity of Supersymmetry Breaking Models", Nucl. Phys. B 501, 375-408 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9704246
73 Z. Ligeti, L. Randall, and M. B. Wise, "Comment on Nonperturbative Effects in anti-B →Xs γ", Phys. Lett. B 402, 178-182 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9702322
72 L. Randall, "New Mechanisms of Gauge-Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 495, 37-56 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9612426
71 I. Dasgupta, B. A. Dobrescu, and L. Randall, "Vacuum Instability in Low-Energy Supersymmetry Breaking Models", Nucl. Phys. B 483, 95-110 (1997) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9607487
70 E. Poppitz and L. Randall, "Holomorphic Anomalies and the Nonrenormalization Theorem", Phys. Lett. B 389, 280-286 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9608157
69 C. Csaki, L. Randall, W. Skiba, and R. Leigh, "Supersymmetry Breaking Through Confining and Dual Theory Gauge Dynamics", Phys. Lett. B 387, 791-795 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9607021
68 L. Randall, "Models of Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking", Talk given at International Workshop on Perspectives on Strong Coupling Gauge Theories (SCGT 96), Nagoya, Japan, Nov. 13-16 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9706474
67 C. Csaki, L. Randall, and W. Skiba, "More Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 479, 65-81 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9605108
66 L. Randall, M. Soljacic, and A. Guth, "Supernatural Inflation", (short version of hep-ph/9512439) (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9601296
65 L. Randall, M. Soljacic, and A. Guth, "Supernatural Inflation: Inflation from Supersymmetry with No (Very) Small Parameters", Nucl. Phys. B 472, 377-408 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9512439
64 C. Csaki and L. Randall, "Phenomenological Constraints on the Higgs as Pseudo-Goldstone Boson Mechanism in Supersymmetric GUT Theories", Nucl. Phys. B 466, 41-59 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9512278
63 M. Dine, L. Randall, and S. Thomas, "Baryogenesis from Flat Directions of the Supersymmetric Standard Model", Nucl. Phys. B 458, 291-326 (1996) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9507453
62 L. Randall and C. Csaki, "The Doublet-Triplet Splitting Problem and Higgses as Pseudogoldstone Bosons", Talk presented at PASCOS and SUSY 95 conferences (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9508208
61 L. Randall, "Flat Directions and Baryogenesis in Supersymmetric Theories", Talk given in XXXth Rencontres de Moriond, "Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories" (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9507266
60 J. Bagger, E. Poppitz, and L. Randall, "Destabilizing Divergences in Supergravity Theories at Two Loops", Nucl. Phys. B 455, 59-82 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9505244
59 M. Dine, L. Randall, and S. Thomas, "Supersymmetry Breaking in the Early Universe", Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 398-401 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9503303
58 Z. Berezhiani, C. Csaki, and L. Randall, "Could the Supersymmetric Higgs Particles Naturally be Pseudo-Goldstone Bosons?", Nucl. Phys. B 444, 61-91 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9501336
57 L. Randall, "The Inclusive Semileptonic Decay Lepton Spectrum from B →Xe anti-ν", Invited Talk, presented at WHEPP-3 Workshop in Madras, India, January, 1994, Pramana 45, S255-S262 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9407300
56 L. Randall, S. Thomas, "Solving the Cosmological Moduli Problem with Weak Scale Inflation", Nucl. Phys. B 449, 229-247 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9407248
55 L. Randall and N. Rius, "Using Heavy Quark Fragmentation into Heavy Hadrons to Determine QCD Parameters and Test Heavy Qark Symmetry", Nucl. Phys. B 441, 167-196 (1995) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9405217
54 L. Randall and E. Poppitz, "Low-Energy Kahler Potentials in Supersymmetric Gauge Theories with (ALMOST) Flat Directions", Phys. Lett. B 336, 402 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9407185
53 J. Bagger, E. Poppitz, and Lisa Randall, "The R Axion From Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking", Nucl. Phys. B 426, 3-18 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9405345
52 G. Bonvicini and L. Randall, "Optimized Variables for the Study of Λb Polarization", Phys. Rev. Lett. 73, 392-395 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9401299
51 C. Csaki and L. Randall, "The ACCMM Model and the Heavy Quark Expansion", Phys. Lett. B 324, 451-460 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9312257
50 R. L. Jaffe and L. Randall, "Heavy Quark Fragmentation into Heavy Mesons", Nucl. Phys. B 412, 79-105 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9306201
49 T. Wynter and L. Randall, "Constraints on a Massive Dirac Neutrino Model", Phys. Rev. D 50, 3457-3467(1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9305328
48 L. Randall and E. Sather, "The QCD Scale in the Heavy Quark Expansion", Phys. Rev. D 49, 6236-6239 (1994) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9211268
47 A. E. Nelson and L. Randall, "Naturally Large Tan Beta", Phys. Lett. B 316, 516-520 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9308277
46 L. Randall and R. Sundrum, "b → s γ and Bs → μ+ μ- In Extended Technicolor Models", Phys. Lett. B 312, 148-154 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9305289
45 L. Randall and E. Sather, "The Rate for B Anti-B Production Accompanied by a Single Pion", Prepared for 28th Rencontres de Moriond: Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories, Les Arcs, France, (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9305343
44 L. Randall and N. Rius, "Why a Scalar Explanation of the L3 Events is Implausible", Phys. Lett. B 309, 365-370 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9304226
43 L. Lellouch, L. Randall, and E. Sather, "The Rate for e+e- → BB± π and its Implications for the study of CP Violation, B(S) Identification, and the Study of B Meson Chiral Perturbation Theory", Nucl. Phys. B 405, 55-79 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9301223
42 L. Randall and M. B. Wise, "Chiral Perturbation Theory for B D* and B D Semileptonic Transition Matrix Elements at Zero Recoil", Phys. Lett. B 303, 135-139 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9212315
41 L. Randall and E. Sather, "Heavy Meson Hyperfine Splittings: A Puzzle for Heavy Quark Chiral Perturbation Theory", Phys. Lett. B 303, 345-349 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9211267
40 L. Randall, "ETC With a GIM Mechanism", Nucl. Phys. B 403, 122-140 (1993) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9210231
39 L. Randall and N. Rius, "The Minimal U (1)R-Symmetric Model Revisited," Phys. Lett. B 286, 299-306 (1992)
38 L. Randall, "Testing ETC Generation of the Top Quark Mass", Phys. Lett. B 297, 309-317 (1992) http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9210232
37 L. Randall and M. J. Dugan, "Non Decoupling Effects of Doubler Fermions in the Lattice Standard Model", Talk given at Topical Workshop on Nonperturbative Aspects of Chiral Gauge Theories, Rome, Italy, Mar 9-11, 1992; Rome Chiral Gauge 98-101 (1992)
36 L. Randall, "Composite Axion Models and Planck Scale Physics", Phys. Lett. B 284, 77-80 (1992)
35 M. J. Dugan and L. Randall, "On the Decoupling of Doubler Fermions in the Lattice Standard Model", Nucl. Phys. B 382, 419-435 (1992)
34 L. Randall and E. H. Simmons, "Signatures of Neutral Pseudogoldstone Bosons from Technicolor", Nucl. Phys. B 380, 3-21 (1992)
33 R. Steiner et. al, GEM Letter of Intent, GEM Collaboration, SSCL-SR-1184, GEM-TN-92-49, (November 1991)
32 L. Randall, "Final State Photons at LEP from Technicolor Pseudogoldstone Boson Decay", Proceedings from Workshop on Photons Radiated from Quarks, Annecy, 213-218 (1991)
31 H. Dykstra, J. M. Flynn, and L. Randall, "KL → π0π0 γγ in Chiral Perturbation Theory", Phys. Lett. B 270, 45-50 (1991) http://lss.fnal.gov/archive/1991/pub/Pub-91-194-T.pdf
30 M. J. Dugan and L. Randall, "The Sign of S from Electroweak Radiative Corrections", Phys. Lett. B 264, 154-160 (1991)
29 E. D. Carlson, D. Land, and L. Randall, "The Minimal 17-keV Neutrino Model", Phys. Lett. B 264, 132-136 (1991)
28 E. Carlson and L. Randall, "One 17-keV Majorana Neutrino?", Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 2947-2950 (1991)
27 L. J. Hall and L. Randall, "U (1)R Symmetric Supersymmetry", Nucl. Phys. B 352, 289-308 (1991)
26 M. Golden and L. Randall, "Radiative Corrections to Electroweak Parameters in Technicolor Theories", Nucl. Phys. B 361, 3-23 (1991) http://lss.fnal.gov/archive/1990/pub/Pub-90-083-T.pdf
25 L. J. Hall and L. Randall, "Weak Scale Effective Supersymmetry", Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 2939-2942 (1990)
24 H. Georgi and L. Randall, "Charge Conjugation and Neutrino Magnetic Moments", Phys. Lett. B 244, 196-202 (1990)
23 A. Manohar and L. Randall, "Searching for Neutral Pseudogoldstone Bosons in ZO Decay," Phys. Lett. B 246, 537-540 (1990)
22 M. Golden, H. Baer, V. D. Barger, U. Baur, I. I.Y. Bigi, E. Eichten, T. Han, C.S. Kim, D. Morris, L. Randall, J. L. Rosner, T. Smith, J. Woodside, C.P. Yuan, "Report of the Electroweak Interactions Theoretical Issues Working Group", Presented at Physics at Fermilab in the 1990s Conf., Breckenridge, CO, Aug 15-24, 1989; Breckenridge 1989, Proceedings, Physics at Fermilab in the 1990's, 112-125; and Fermilab Conf-90-043 (89, rec. March 90)
21 L. Randall, "The forward-backward asymmetry in pp-->e+e-X and e+e--->cc in an SU(2)q×SU(2)l×U(1)Y model", Phys. Lett. B 234, 508 (1990)
20 L. Randall, "The Electromagnetic Penguin Contribution to the Epsilon-Prime/Epsilon for Large Top Quark Mass", Presented at Int. Workshop on Weak interactions and Neutrinos, Ginosar, Israel, Apr 9-14, 1989; Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl.13, 479-482 (1990)
19 L. Randall and R. S. Chivukula, "Could Composite Interactions be Detected at √s = MZ?", Nucl. Phys. B 326, 1 (1989)
18 J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "The Electromagnetic Penguin Contribution to the Epsilon-Prime/Epsilon for Large Top Quark Mass", Phys. Lett. B 224, 221 (1989)
17 E. D. Carlson, L. J. Hall, and L. Randall, "Particle Decay and Distortion in the Cosmic Background Radiation", UCB-PTH-89-23, LBL-27869 (1989)
16 J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "The CP Violating Contribution to the Decay KLπ° e+ e-", Nucl. Phys. B 326, 31 (1989)
15 B. Grinstein and L. Randall, "The Renormalization of G2" Phys. Lett. B 217, 335 (1989) http://lss.fnal.gov/archive/1988/pub/Pub-88-148-T.pdf
14 J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "The CP Conserving Long Distance Contribution to the Decay KL π° e+ e-", Phys. Lett. B 216, 221 (1989)
13 B. Grinstein, L. J. Hall, and L. Randall, "Do B Meson Decays Exclude a Light Higgs?", Phys. Lett. B 211, 363 (1988)
12 R. S. Chivukula and L. Randall, "Probing Lepton Structure at the SSC", Phys. Lett. B 202, 429 (1988)
11 H. Georgi, L. Randall, and D. A. Kosower, "Quark Mass Matrices without Small Parameters", Nucl. Phys. B 296, 717 (1988)
10 V. Barnes, B. Blumenfeld, R. Cahn, R. S. Chivukula, S. Ellis, J. Freeman, C. Heusch, J. Huston, K. Kondo, J. Morfin, L. Randall, D. E. Soper, "Compositeness and QCD at the SSC", Proc. of Workshop on Experiments, Detectors and Experimental Areas for the Supercolliding Super Collider, Berkely, CA, Jul 7-17, 1987, Berkeley SSC Wkshp., 0235 (1987)
9 H. Georgi and L. Randall, "Approximate Global Symmetries of the Electroweak Interactions", Phys. Lett.B 194, 87 (1987) and Philadelphia Grp. Theor., 0249 (1986)
8 L. Randall, Enhancing the Standard Model, PhD thesis, (Advisor: H. Georgi), May 1987
7 J. M. Flynn and L. Randall, "A Computation of the Small Instanton Contribution to the Axion Potentia", Nucl. Phys. B 293, 731 (1987)
6 R. S. Chivukula, H. Georgi, and L. Randall, "A Composite Technicolor Standard Model of Quarks", Nucl. Phys. B 292, 93-108 (1987)
5 H. Georgi and L. Randall, "Flavor Conserving CP Violation in Invisible Axion Models", Nucl. Phys. B 276, 241 (1986)
4 H. Georgi, D. B. Kaplan, L. Randall, "Manifesting the Invisible Axion at Low Energies", Phys. Lett. B 169, 73 (1986)
3 L. J. Hall and L. Randall, "CP Violation from Scalar Leptoquarks", Nucl. Phys. B 274, 157 (1986)
2 A. Dannenberg, Lawrence J. Hall, and L. Randall, "A New Mechanism for CP Violation", Nucl. Phys. B 271, 574 (1986)
1 L. Randall, C. M. Varma, and W. Weber, "Hybridization in Correlated Bands Studied with the Gutzwiller Method: Application to Fluctuating Valence and Heavy Fermions", Phys. Rev. B 33, 1015 (1986)