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Speaker Tipo de Evento
Nov 6 2017 - 15:00 Redefining the Axion Window Luca Di Luzio New, relatively small experiments around the globe have started the axion hunt. Seminar
Nov 13 2017 - 15:00 New Physics: B and L Doorways Pavel Fileviez Perez The great desert hypothesis in particle physics defines the relation between the electroweak scale and the high scale where an unified theory could describe physics. Seminar
Nov 16 2017 - 15:00 A determination of the Hubble constant without outlier rejection algorithm Wilmar Cardona Pinning down the Hubble constant is crucial for our understanding of the standard model of cosmology. Seminar
Nov 20 2017 - 15:00 Possible explanation of the electron positron anomaly at 17 MeV in 8Be transitions Ulrich Ellwanger The Atomki facility in Debrecen, Hungary, has observed a significant excess
in electron positron pair production in 8Be transitions corresponding to a
Seminar
Nov 22 2017 - 15:00 On the Riemann Hypothesis, Complex Scalings and Logarithmic Time Reversal Carlos Castro Perelman An approach to solving the Riemann Hypothesis is revisited within the framework of the special properties of Θ (theta) functions, and the notion of CT invariance. Seminar
Nov 23 2017 - 15:00 Instabilities of charged black holes and small hairy black holes Ramon Masachs Reissner-Nordstrom black holes (RN BH) in AdS suffer from two linear instabilities, superradiance and the near horizon instability. The endpoint of these instabilities is a hairy black hole. Seminar
Nov 27 2017 - 15:00 Playing hide-and-seek with new physics at the LHC Juan Antonio Aguilar Saavedra Among the variety of possible SM extensions, LHC searches pick selected
models, often simplified models, and select some new physics signatures to
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Nov 30 2017 - 15:00 Higgs sectors beyond leading order: matching, perturbativity and vacuum stability Manuel E. Krauss Non-supersymmetric, weakly-interacting models with an extended Higgs sector are gaining popularity these days. Seminar

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