Speaker Event Type
Sep 25 2017 - 15:00 Little Conformal Symmetry and Neutral Naturalness Rachel Houtz Given the lack of conventional SUSY signals in the LHC data, a more complicated story may be required to explain weak scale physics. Seminar
Sep 28 2017 - 15:00 Some recent results for Effective Theories and Simplified Models for Dark Matter Davide Racco Among the possible explanations for Dark Matter, in the last years the WIMP candidate has been the main candidate to look for, given the feasibility of its experimental search (direct and indirect Seminar
Oct 9 2017 - 15:00 Nonlinear perturbations of AdS spacetime Oleg Evnin I will start with a bit of general review of the AdS stability program exploring the elaborate nonlinear dynamics of small perturbations in Anti-de Sitter spacetime. Seminar
Oct 16 2017 - 15:00 NaIce dark matter experiments Karoline Schaeffner We live in an age where the study of the Universe as a whole arrived at a precision that once would have been unthinkable. We know that Dark Matter (DM) makes up more than a quarter of the matter-e Seminar
Oct 18 2017 - 17:00 Pure states in the SYK model and the black hole interior Juan Maldacena The SYK model is a simple model of interacting Majorana fermions which has properties similar to near extremal black holes. Seminar
Oct 19 2017 - 15:00 Born-Infeldisation of the early universe Jose Beltran In order to regularise the energy of point-like charged particles, Born and Infeld introduced a modification of the Maxwell Lagrangian that naturally imposes an upper bound on electromagnetic field Seminar
Oct 23 2017 - 15:00 Status of the B-physics anomalies Damir Becirevic I discuss the current status of the discrepancies between the experimentally established ratios Seminar
Oct 30 2017 - 15:00 Probing dark matter properties with pulsar timing Diego Blas Temino The high quality of the data from pulsar timing makes of it a fantastic resource to understand gravitational phenomena. Traditionally this has been used to test general relativity. Seminar