Speaker Event Type
Sep 1 2022 - 15:00 The complexity of quantum matter Alvaro Martín Alhambra Quantum systems of many particles appear in numerous branches of physics, from condensed matter to statistical or high energy physics. Seminar
Sep 8 2022 - 15:00 Direct search for supernova axions Yoshiki Kanazawa Axions, including axion-like particles, have been studied as well-motivated candidates for the physics beyond the standard model. However, we have not found axions by direct search experiments. Seminar
Sep 13 2022 - 15:00 What happens to apparent horizons when black holes collide? Robie A. Hennigar The common picture of a binary black hole merger is the “pair of pants” diagram for the event horizon, which has been understood for over half a century. Seminar
Sep 26 2022 - 15:00 Some topics of fundamental physics attainable with IACTs Michele Doro Astrophysical gamma rays in the TeV regime are valid probes of new physics because of the high energies, large distances and/or times i Seminar
Sep 27 2022 - 12:00 Quantum Error Correction and Fault-Tolerance: From Concepts to Experiments Prof. Markus Müller To date, the construction of a scalable fault-tolerant quantum computer remains a fundamental scientific and technological challenge, due to the influence of unavoidable noise. Seminar
Sep 29 2022 - 15:00 Conformal Renormalization of AdS gravity Rodrigo Olea We present evidence that the renormalization of Einstein-AdS gravity can be derived from conformal structures in the bulk. Seminar
Oct 4 2022 - 15:00 Investigating phase transitions with machine learning methods Biagio Lucini Phase transitions occur in a variety of settings and situations in particle physics, condensed matter and statistical mechanics. Seminar
Oct 6 2022 - 15:00 Lessons for dark matter from nonstandard cosmologies Leszek Roszkowski Most studies of the particle physics of the early Universe assume a simple standard thermal scenario of radiation domination between the end of cosmic inflation and the start of Big Bang Nucleosynt Seminar