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Sep 7 2023 - 15:00 Gravitational wave backgrounds, sources, data analysis in LVK and present/future challenges Alba Romero Rodríguez Gravitational waves are not just important probes of massive asymmetric astrophysical bodies, but they can also probe models Beyond the Standard Mo Seminar
Sep 18 2023 - 15:00 Supersymmetry in quantum complexity: clique homology is QMA_1-hard Tamara Kohler In this talk I will present recent results about the computational complexity of determining homology groups of simplicial complexes, a fundamental task in computational topology. Seminar
Oct 2 2023 - 15:00 What to learn from mu<->e data with EFT? Sacha Davidson The experimental sensitivity to a handful of mu<->e processes should improve by orders of magnitude in coming years. Seminar
Oct 5 2023 - 15:00 From pixels to cosmology: exploring the universe through optical transient survey science with DES and LSST Bruno O. Sánchez The Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) will soon start operations, marking an enormous boost in our optical transient discovery rate. Seminar
Oct 9 2023 - 15:00 Investigating strongly coupled supersymmetric gauge theories Georg Bergner Supersymmetric gauge theories have been subject of many investigations which provide unique insights into non-perturbative mechanisms like confinement and relations between gauge theories and quant Seminar
Oct 11 2023 - 13:00 alpha_s from a tiny, heavy, universe Mattia Dalla Brida In this talk I will give an overview of the recent result for alpha_s by the ALPHA collaboration, based on the non-perturbative decoupling of heavy quarks. Seminar
Oct 16 2023 - 15:00 SMEFT & HEFT: hunting for new physics footprints at the LHC Ilaria Brivio Over a decade after the Higgs discovery, the hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model faces the possibility that new particles might be too heavy to be seen at the LHC. Seminar
Oct 19 2023 - 15:00 The MadNIS Reloaded - Boosting MG5aMC with Neural Networks Ramon Winterhalder Theory predictions for the LHC require precise numerical phase-space integration and generation of unweighted events. Seminar

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