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Jun 28 2023 - 11:00 An introduction to anomalies in particle physics David Kaplan
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Jun 29 2023 - 11:00 Gravitational lensing in a clumpy universe Víctor Boscá In the last century, cosmology has unveiled one of the greatest mysteries of fundamental physics. Thesis-dissertation
Jun 29 2023 - 15:00 Studying the spectrum of 2D SU(2) gauge theory with a single flavor of massless Majorana fermions Sruthi Narayanan Gauge theory in 2D has been of interest in part because of the appearance of conformal structures. Seminar
Jun 30 2023 - 11:00 An introduction to anomalies in particle physics David Kaplan
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Jul 3 2023 - 11:00 An introduction to anomalies in particle physics David Kaplan
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Jul 5 2023 - 11:00 An introduction to anomalies in particle physics David Kaplan
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Jul 6 2023 - 15:00 On the formation process of dark matter deficient galaxies Go Ogiya Recent observations revealed that the dark matter mass contained in two ultra diffuse galaxies in the vicinity of an elliptical galaxy, Seminar
Sep 4 2023 - 11:00 Topology and Volume Dependence in SU(N) Yang Mills Theories Jorge Dasilva Golan In this dissertation we explore the interplay between volume and colour degrees offreedom in SU(N) Yang-Mills theories in various contexts. Thesis-dissertation
Sep 5 2023 - 11:30 A lattice calculation of the entropic c-function Marco Panero After a brief introduction to the concept of quantum entanglement and to its relevance in a broad variety of physics contexts, I will present a numerical study of the entropic c-function by means o Seminar
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

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