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Jun 3 2019 - 15:00 LHC friendly avenues for freeze-in dark matter José Miguel No Freeze-in dark matter (DM) production constitutes an appealing mechanism to generate the DM relic density for very weakly coupled DM particles which never achieve thermal equilibrium with the Seminar
Jun 7 2019 - 15:00 Model independent reconstruction of Stochastic Gravitational Wave Backgrounds at LISA Mauro Pieroni In this seminar I discuss the possibility of performing a model independent reconstruction of stochastic gravitational wave backgrounds (SGWB) at LISA. Seminar
Jun 10 2019 - 15:00 Positivity in the cosmos Mario Herrero Valea We study the consequences of positivity of scattering amplitudes in the effective field theory description of Higgs-Dilaton inflation By requiring the EFT to be compatible with a unitar Seminar
Sep 5 2019 - 15:00 Computing isospin breaking corrections in massive QED on the lattice  Andrea Bussone I present a preliminary calculation of the leading QED corrections to the hadronic vacuum-polarization (HVP) relevant for the determination of the leptonic anomalous magnetic moments. Seminar
Sep 16 2019 - 11:00 Irreversibility of the RG flow in quantum field theories with boundaries. Ignacio Salazar Landea Seminar
Sep 23 2019 - 15:00 Electron Hydrodynamics & Black Holes in Anti de Sitter Space-time Rene Meyer Recent advances in condensed matter experiments have allowed to synthesize materials in which the electrons flow collectively as a fluid. Seminar
Sep 30 2019 - 15:00 A New Prospect for Discovering Heavy Neutrinos at the LHC Richard Efrain Ruiz Collider processes that violate lepton flavor and lepton number symmetries are a key prediction of realistic, low-scale neutrino mass models. Seminar
Oct 7 2019 - 15:00 From generalized global symmetries to pulsar magnetospheres N. Iqbal Pulsars are thought to be surrounded by strong magnetic fields as well as a high density of charged particles; the resulting zero temperature system is highly nonlinear. Seminar

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