Speaker Event Type
Dec 1 2022 - 15:00 Ending inflation with a bang: Higgs vacuum decay in R + R^2 gravity Andreas Mantziris According to the current experimental data, the Higgs vacuum appears to be metastable due to the development of a second lower ground state in its potential. Seminar
Jan 12 2023 - 15:00 LCDM Tensions, Gravitational Waves and Machine Learning George Alestas Although ΛCDM is the widely accepted standard model of Cosmology, there is an increasing number of tensions or discrepancies identified within it. Seminar
Jan 19 2023 - 15:00 Direct detection experiments as a laboratory for solar neutrino physics Patrick Foldenauer The next generation of dark matter (DM) direct detection (DD) experiments are becoming sensitive to the scattering of solar neutrinos. Seminar
Jan 26 2023 - 15:00 SUSY and Higgs Searches at the LHC and Future Collider Cem Un Even though the discovery of the Higgs boson is breakthrough for the modelsbeyond the Standard Model, it has also led to a strong impact especially in Seminar
Jan 30 2023 - 15:00 The Neutrino Magnetic Moment Portal: Phenomenology and UV Completions Vedran Brdar Sterile neutrinos are well-motivated extension of the Standard Model. Seminar
Feb 2 2023 - 15:00 Fractional quantum gravity Gianluca Calcagni We propose a class of UV-complete quantum field theories motivated by fractal geometry and based on the fractional d'Alembertian. Seminar
Feb 6 2023 - 15:00 Precision Tests of the Standard Model and the Role of Lattice QCD Hartmut Wittig While the Standard Model of particle physics provides a quantitative description of the properties of the known constituents of visible matter, it fails to explain the existence of dark matter or t Seminar
Feb 9 2023 - 15:00 Discovery and exclusion limits without binning using machine-learned likelihoods Andres D. Perez Machine-Learned Likelihood is a method that, by combining the power of current machine-learning techniques with the likelihood-based inference tests used in traditional analyses, allows to estima Seminar