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Mar 14 2024 - 15:00 Probing new physics at colliders via Higgs Effective Field Theory Anisha Using the κ framework, the constraints on the quartic interactions of Higgs with gauge bosons give a qualitative picture of consistency with the SM when the statistical yield is Seminar
Mar 18 2024 - 15:00 Exploring first-order phase transitions in holographic models: From early universe to neutron stars Niko Jokela Gravitational waves offer a promising method for detecting signatures of first-order phase transitions. Seminar
Mar 21 2024 - 15:00 de Sitter QNMs and PBHs beyond the Gaussian limit Flavio Riccardi In physics, to rewatch a solved problem from an higher perspective leads to extensions and generalizations. Seminar
Apr 2 2024 - 12:00 Primordial Black Hole Sterile Neutrinogenesis Graciela Gelmini


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Apr 2 2024 - 15:00 Reciprocal of the CPT Theorem Luis Alvarez Gaume


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Apr 4 2024 - 15:00 Holography and integrability in non-relativistic AdS_5xS^5 Juan Miguel Nieto The success of the AdS5/CFT4 correspondence has created an interest on deformed versions of the correspondence. Seminar
Apr 8 2024 - 15:00 Sphaleron rate in hot QCD Guy Moore I explain why real-time topology change is important in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). Above Tc this is controlled by so-called sphaleron transitions. Seminar
Apr 11 2024 - 15:00 Aspects of topology and confinement in large-N gauge theories Claudio Bonanno Although the strong interaction observed in Nature is described within the Standard Model of Fundamental Interactions by an SU(3) gauge theory, where N = 3 is the number of quark "colors", studying Seminar

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