Speaker Event Type
May 20 2024 - 15:00 Extracting Scattering Amplitudes from Euclidean Correlators Agostino Patella Scattering amplitudes can be extracted from time-ordered n-point functions by means of the well known LSZ reduction formula, even in non-perturbative Quantum Field Theories, such as Quantum Chromod Seminar
May 23 2024 - 15:00 Sub-GeV dark matter and relic neutrinos at high energies Filippo Sala Dark matter (DM) below a GeV is motivated by some cosmological histories and possibly by anomalies in data. Leading detectors cannot easily test it, due to its small kinetic energy. Seminar
May 27 2024 - 15:00 Self-interacting dark matter impact on pulsar timing array observations James M. Cline Mergers of supermassive black holes are a favored process to explain stochastic gravitational waves seen by pulsar timing arrays, but they suffer from a long-standing "final parsec problem," Seminar
May 30 2024 - 15:00 HNLs from Heavy ALP decays at Neutrino Facilities Asli Abdullahi We present a chiral non-abelian dark sector model that features a spontaneous $SU(3)\times SU(2) \rightarrow SU(3)$ symmetry breaking and results in the formation of dark mesons, $\pi_D$, and baryo Seminar
Jun 3 2024 - 15:00 Anomalies, tori, and new twists in the gaugino condensate Erich Poppitz I will first review some recent advances in the understanding of generalized-symmetry anomalies in four dimensional gauge theories and will show that they imply  degeneracies in the Hilbert space o Seminar
Jun 6 2024 - 15:00 Leptophilic Axion-Like Particles Jorge Alda Gallo We overview the phenomenology of Axion-Like Particles that interact only or mostly with the SM leptons, with masses ranging from 1 MeV to 300 GeV. Seminar
Jun 20 2024 - 15:00 TBA Lucía Menéndez-Pidal TBA Seminar
Jun 27 2024 - 15:00 Mapping the SMEFT from LEP and the LHC to Future Colliders Juan Rojo The Standard Model Effective Field Theory (SMEFT) framework provides a powerful approach to identify, correlate, and interpret deviations from the SM in particle physics experiments while min Seminar