Speaker Event Type
Sep 30 2019 - 15:00 A New Prospect for Discovering Heavy Neutrinos at the LHC Richard Efrain Ruiz Collider processes that violate lepton flavor and lepton number symmetries are a key prediction of realistic, low-scale neutrino mass models. Seminar
Oct 7 2019 - 15:00 From generalized global symmetries to pulsar magnetospheres N. Iqbal Pulsars are thought to be surrounded by strong magnetic fields as well as a high density of charged particles; the resulting zero temperature system is highly nonlinear. Seminar
Oct 14 2019 - 15:00 Migdal Effect in Dark Matter Direct Detection Experiments and Its Applications Masahiro Ibe The elastic scattering of an atomic nucleus plays a central role in dark matter direct detection experiments.  Seminar
Oct 28 2019 - 15:00 Aspects of neutrino masses in scalar extensions of the SM Filipe Joaquim The observed neutrino mass and mixing pattern suggests that the neutrino mass generation mechanism may differ from that through which q Seminar
Oct 29 2019 - 15:00 Black hole remnants Viatcheslav Mukhanov Seminar
Oct 31 2019 - 15:00 The chiral qubit: quantum computing with chiral anomaly D. Kharzeev The quantum chiral anomaly enables a nearly dissipationless current in the presence of chirality imbalance and magnetic field – this is the Chiral Magnetic Effect (CME), observed recently in Seminar
Nov 5 2019 - 15:00 A new solution to the strong CP problem without the axion T.T. Yanagida Informal seminar Seminar
Nov 7 2019 - 15:00 Properties of the eta and eta-prime mesons Sara Collins The eta and eta-prime mesons have been the focus of many theoreticalstudies because of their connection to the chiral anomaly of QCD and Seminar