Speaker Event Type
Dec 2 2019 - 15:00 Violation of horizon by topological quantum excitations Spyros Sotiaridis One of the fundamental principles of relativity is that a physical observable at any space-time point is determined only by events within its past light-cone. Seminar
Dec 3 2019 - 15:00 Hydrodynamics, Spontaneously Broken Symmetries, and Holography Sean Gray Hydrodynamics has a rich history with a wide array of applications, ranging from models of stars to graphene. Seminar
Dec 5 2019 - 15:00 Electroweak corrections in fermionic decays of heavy Higgs bosons Florian Domingo Extensions of the Standard Model often come with additional, possibly  electroweakly charged Higgs states, the prototypal example being the   Seminar
Jan 13 2020 - 15:00 Heavy Dynamical Axions Rachel Houtz In this talk I present a model with an enlarged color sector which solves the strong CP problem via new massless fermions. Seminar
Jan 20 2020 - 15:00 Do We Understand the Universe? Raul Jimenez Despite the phenomenal progress in our understanding of the laws of nature and the Universe, how much do we really understand at a fundamental level? Seminar
Jan 21 2020 - 15:00 Post-Newtonian expansions of relativistic symmetries. Patricio Salgado-Rebolledo We introduce an infinite-dimensional space whose isometries are given by an Seminar
Jan 23 2020 - 15:00 Fluxes, Twisted Theory and U(1) symmetries of the Supermembrane Maria Pilar Garcia del Moral In this talk I will discuss some recent results of the Supermembrane worldvolume theory compactified a on a toroidal target space with particular constant flux backgrounds. Seminar
Jan 27 2020 - 15:00 Cosmic optics Pierre Fleury As a branch of physical sciences, cosmology is quite peculiar; unlike in condensed-matter physics, quantum chemistry, or molecular biology, cosmology does not allow us to make controlled experiment Seminar