Speaker Event Type
May 29 2023 - 15:00 Using top quarks to probe new physics @ the Run 3 of the LHC Antonio Onofre  In this talk we will discuss the use of top quark angular observables to probe New Physics at the LHC. Seminar
Jun 1 2023 - 15:00 Conductivity and Planckian transport for a holographic metal in a periodic potential David Rodríguez High Tc cuprate strange metals are noted for a DC-resistivity that scales linearly with T from the onset of superconductivity to the crystal melting temperature, indicative of a Planckian dissipati Seminar
Jun 5 2023 - 15:00 Bell inequalities in the age of quantum technologies Alejandro Pozas Bell's theorem constitutes a milestone in the understanding of nature, since it states that no physical theory based only on local variables can account for all the predictions of quantum theory. Seminar
Jun 6 2023 - 15:00 GRASS Seminar: 'Timelike reduction and dualization of duality-covariant Abelian gauge theories' Calin Iuliu Lazaroiu I give a simplified account of reduction and dualization of Abelian gauge theories with arbitrary gauge-kinetic function in the manifestly covariant formulation on g Seminar
Jun 8 2023 - 15:00 Localisation of Dirac eigenmodes in finite-temperature lattice gauge theory Matteo Giordano Ample numerical evidence from lattice calculations shows a strong connection between the confining properties of gauge theories at finite temperature and the localisation properties of low-lying Di Seminar
Jun 8 2023 - 15:30 Online Seminar: 'Deep quantum neural networks form Gaussian processes' Diego Garcia It is well known that artificial neural networks initialized from independent and identically distributed priors converge to Gaussian processes in the limit of large number of neurons per hid Seminar
Jun 19 2023 - 15:00 Aspects of Models with vector-like singlet quarks Margarida Rebelo Vector-like quarks are simple extensions of the Standard Model (SM) with the potential to solve some of the open questions of the Standard Model. Seminar
Jun 22 2023 - 15:00 Chaos and Krylov complexity Zhuo-Yu Xian The Krylov complexity measures the spread of the wavefunction in the Krylov basis, which is constructed using the Hamiltonian and an initial state. Seminar