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Nov 17 2020 - 12:00 (Quantum corrections) you (don't) drive me crazy Max Wiesner This iteration of the journal club will take place on Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. SPLE-Club
Nov 17 2020 - 16:00 NEXT HIDDeN WEBINAR: "Uniting low-scale leptogeneses" Juraj Klaric The origin of the light neutrino masses and the baryon asymmetry of the Universe remain some of the biggest open questions of particle physics. Webinars
Nov 17 2020 - 16:00 Does the hydrodynamic expansion converge? Ben Withers This is one of the foundational questions in relativistic fluid mechanics, and concerns the properties of a gradient expansion at large orders. Webinars
Nov 19 2020 - 16:00 Special states in quantum many-body spectra Anne Nielsen While quantum many-body systems typically thermalize, exceptions to thermalization provide interesting opportunities, e.g. with respect to information storage. Webinars
Nov 20 2020 - 11:30 Pheno-Coffee An informal meeting where all the seniors and students are invited to discuss about phenomenology. Pheno-Coffee
Nov 23 2020 - 16:00 A three dimensional conformal field theory inspired by QED Rajamani Narayanan Lattice studies have convincingly shown that parity invariant QED in three dimensions is scale invariant for all values of number of flavors. Webinars
Nov 24 2020 - 12:00 Quo vadis, string quintessence? Eduardo Gonzalo This iteration of the journal club will take place on Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. SPLE-Club
Nov 24 2020 - 15:00 Topological modes in hydrodynamics and holography Ya-Wen Sun In this talk I will show that gapless modes in relativistic hydrodynamics could become topologically nontrivial by weakly breaking the conservation of energy momentum tensor in a specific way Webinars
Nov 26 2020 - 16:00 Studying 2D Lattice Gauge Theories with Tensor Networks Daniel Robaina For years Tensor Networks have been exploited to study many-body-physics problems mostly in the field of Condensed Matter Physics. Its application to Lattice Gauge Theories is a much newer field. Webinars
Nov 27 2020 - 11:30 Pheno-Coffee An informal meeting where all the seniors and students are invited to discuss about phenomenology. Pheno-Coffee

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