Title: The BTeV Program at Fermilab


I will describe BTeV, an experiment that has been recently approved to run at the Fermilab proton-antiproton collider (the Tevatron) to investigate CP violation, mixing and rare decays in the b and c quark systems. With the main injector the Tevatron will produce 400 billion b-flavored hadrons per year and approximately ten times as many charm. I will discuss the detector components, the strategy to efficiently detect b decays while rejecting the 500 times larger light-quark background, and the expected physics reach in several crucially important physics quantities.