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Apr 4 2022 - 15:00 Phenomenology of Deep Learning Nayara Fonseca While machine learning methods are broadly used in physics, the flow of ideas in the opposite direction, i.e., the use of concepts and techniques from theoretical physics to understand modern deep Seminar
Apr 6 2022 - 15:00 Quo Vadis DM? Antonio Delgado In this talk I will review the known experimental issues that the standard picture of a thermal WIMP faces and several different scenarios to soften the constraints and how to test those models at Seminar
Apr 7 2022 - 15:00 The quest for the diffuse gamma ray emission from galaxy clusters Rémi Adam Galaxy clusters represent the last step of the formation of large scale structures in the Universe. Seminar
Apr 21 2022 - 15:00 Thermal Order in 3d Ritam Sinha Our intuitive understanding of thermodynamics suggests that broken global symmetries in the stable vacuum of a physical system, get restored at high temperatures. Seminar
Apr 25 2022 - 15:00 Quasinormal modes and pole-skipping in holographic theories Richard Davison A black hole spacetime has characteristic excitations called quasinormal modes. Seminar
Apr 28 2022 - 15:00 The gravitational wave and short gamma-ray burst GW170817/SHB170817A, not your everyday binary neutron star merger Alvaro de Rujula The splendid data, theory and analysis of the gravitational wave GW170817 --the neutron star merger that was also seen across the electromagnetic spectrum as SHB170817A*-- are well known to c Seminar
May 3 2022 - 15:00 Dilaton chiral perturbation theory and applications Maarten Golterman This talk reviews dilaton chiral perturbation theory (dChPT), the effective low-energy theory for the light sector of near-conformal, confining theories. Seminar
May 5 2022 - 15:00 Gearing up for the next generation of LFV experiments, via on-shell methods Mehmet Asım Gümüş Standard Model has lepton flavor conservation as an accidental symmetry. Seminar

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