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Speaker Event Type
May 17 2022 - 15:00 Bootstrap for lattice Yang-Mills theory Vladimir Kazakov I will speak about my recent work with Zechuan Zheng where we study the SU(Nc Seminar
May 18 2022 - 15:00 The Many Faces of General Relativity: Implications for Inflation and Dark Matter Sebastian Zell General Relativity (GR) exists in different formulations. They are equivalent in pure gravity but  lead to distinct predictions once other fields are included. Seminar
May 19 2022 - 15:00 New ideas for the formation of primordial black holes Alex Kusenko Several new scenarios for PBH formation have recently been proposed. Seminar
May 23 2022 - 15:00 Primordial Black Holes and Leptogenesis: An unexpected interplay Yuber F. Perez-Gonzalez Black Hole evaporation offers a unique method of particle production, unlike any other interaction process. Seminar
May 26 2022 - 15:00 Why journalists don't understand science and why scientists don't understand science journalism Ernesto Lozano When scientists read science news, they are often shocked by inaccuracies, fallacies and hype. Seminar
May 30 2022 - 15:00 Neutrinos, reactors & anomalies Patrick Huber Neutrinos were discovered using a nuclear reactor as a source and since then much of our knowledge about neutrinos comes from experiments using reactors. Seminar
Jun 2 2022 - 15:00 Aspects of the QFT entropy cone Pablo Bueno Growing evidence suggests that vacuum entanglement entropy (EE) may provide a universal description of QFT (in general dimensions), alternative to correlation functions. Seminar
Jun 6 2022 - 15:00 Novel ways to probe effective neutrino interactions Julia Harz With neutrino oscillations pointing us towards massive neutrinos, they are a clear hint towards physics beyond the standard model. Seminar

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