Speaker Event Type
Apr 27 2023 - 15:00 What is flat ΛCDM, and may we choose it? Glenn D. Starkman The Universe is neither homogeneous nor isotropic, but it is close enough that we can reasonably approximate it as such on suitably large scales. Seminar
May 3 2023 - 15:00 Towards the one-loop SMEFT IR/UV dictionary Guilherme Guedes The Standard Model Effective Field Theory (SMEFT) parametrizes the effects on heavy new physics in terms of generic non-renormalizable interactions, allowing for a study of new physics contribution Seminar
May 4 2023 - 15:00 Exploring the WIMP multi-dimensional parameter space with WimPyDD Stefano Scopel WimPyDD is a modular, object–oriented and customizable Python code that calculates accurate predictions of nuclear scattering expected rates for Weakly Interacting Massive Particle (WIMP) direct–de Seminar
May 8 2023 - 15:00 Multimessenger study of the dark matter interpretation of the Fermi-LAT Galactic center excess Mattia di Mauro Compelling gravitational evidence has been observed for the existence of dark matter which is five times more abundant than the baryonic one. Seminar
May 9 2023 - 15:00 Gravity, Supergravity and Superstrings (GRASS) seminar: Signatures of Black Hole Thomson Dipoles David Pereñiguez The most general black holes (BHs) of the Einstein—Maxwell theory carry electric and magnetic charge. Seminar
May 11 2023 - 15:00 New neutrino physics with terrestrial and early universe probes Stefano Gariazzo Neutrino physics has reached the precision era. Terrestrial experiments are able to constrain most of the neutrino properties, but many unknowns remain, even in the standard neutrino scenario. Seminar
May 19 2023 - 11:30 Quantum computing non-Abelian lattice gauge theories: theoretical and algorithmic considerations Zohreh Davoudi Quantum computing lattice gauge theories of relevance to Nature requires a range of theoretical and algorithmic developments to make simulations amenable to near- and far-term computing. Seminar
May 25 2023 - 15:00 Hunting for axions with the measurements of photon's birefringence Ippei Obata Axions are the hypothetical elementary particles with their small masses and tiny interactions to matter sectors, and they are known as Seminar