Speaker Event Type
Mar 22 2021 - 16:00 Top-pourri: from current anomalies to future colliders including machine learning J.A. Aguilar Saavedra As an appetizer, I will point out the current mismatch betweenprecise SM predictions and experimental measurements in top quark Seminar
Mar 25 2021 - 16:00 Hunting Dark Matter Signals at the LHC with neural networks Andres Perez We study several simplified dark matter models and their signatures at theLHC using Neural Networks. We focus on the usual monojet plus missing Seminar
Apr 8 2021 - 16:00 Cosmological implications of electroweak vacuum instability: constraints on the Higgs curvature coupling from inflation Andreas Mantziris  The current experimentally measured parameters of the Standard Model (SM) suggest that our universe lies in a metastable electroweak vacuum, where the Higgs field could decay to a lower vacu Seminar
Apr 22 2021 - 16:00 Fermionic Dark Matter Profiles Carlos Arguelles We discuss the problem of dark matter halos, by assuming a quantum fermionicparticle as the building block for the DM component, each of which Seminar
Apr 26 2021 - 16:00 The new exotics Zcs(3085), Zcs(4003), Y(4230) decays and Flavour SU(3) Luciano Maiani New data from BES III and LHCb indicate the existence of two hidden charm, open strangeness resonances, Zcs(3985) and Zcs(4003). Seminar
May 13 2021 - 16:00 Massive sterile neutrinos in single and double beta decays Xabier Marcano Nuclear beta and double beta decay experiments are intensively exploring the neutrino parameter space. Seminar
May 24 2021 - 16:00 The State of the B Anomalies Wolfgang Altmannshofer For several years, various experimental results on B meson decays show persistent discrepancies with respect to Standard Model expectat Seminar
May 27 2021 - 16:00 Searching for evidence of TeV-scale electron/positron acceleration by Millisecond Pulsars O. Macias Ramirez Pulsars have long been predicted to be sources of electron/positron (e-e+) pairs. Seminar

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