Speaker Tipo de Evento
Abr 12 2018 - 15:00 Lepton number conservation and new probes of low-scale seesaw models Cedric Weiland The observation of neutrino oscillations requires an extension of the Standard Model that generates neutrino masses and mixing. Seminar
Abr 16 2018 - 15:00 Physics Beyond Colliders Jaeckel, J. Recently CERN has launched the Physics Beyond Colliders study that explores new experimental opportunities provided by the facilities and expertise available at CERN. Seminar
Abr 18 2018 - 11:00 Hadronic tau decays and the strong coupling Maarten Golterman I will discuss our recent determination of the strong coupling from hadronic tau decays, as measured by ALEPH and OPAL.   This determination is controversial, because the rather low tau mass makes Seminar
Abr 19 2018 - 15:00 Flavor physics in lattice QCD as a window into BSM physics: |Vcb| and the B -> D* l nu semileptonic decay Alejandro Vaquero Flavor physics provides a rich variety of phenomena that can be used to probe the SM without requiring the high energies present only in particle accelerators. Seminar
Abr 23 2018 - 15:00 Losing the IR: A New Framework for Holographic Area Laws Netta Engelhardt I will describe a new procedure for coarse-graining over the gravitational degrees of freedom inside a surface in the context of AdS/CFT. Seminar
Abr 25 2018 - 12:00 PhD Forum Diego Medrano & Javier Alonso Testable ALP in the Minimal Linear Sigma Model (Javier Alonso) Seminar
Abr 26 2018 - 15:00 New insights on the cosmic strings stochastic gravitational wave background Christophe Ringeval In less than two years, GW detections have confirmed the omnipresence of black holes in the Universe and have shed lights on the origin of short Seminar
Mayo 9 2018 - 15:00 An introduction to branes and polytopes Luca Romano We define an algebraic classification of ½ BPS brane solutions in maximal supergravity theories based on the algebraic structure Seminar