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Speaker Tipo de Evento
Feb 7 2022 - 15:00 Swampland Conjectures from Black Holes and Finiteness Irene Valenzuela Consistency with quantum gravity can impose non-trivial constraints at low energies, even if the Planck scale is at very high energy. Seminar
Feb 10 2022 - 15:00 Lighting the dark ages of inflation: features in the stochastic gravitational wave background Jacopo Fumagalli Observational constraints on inflation have so far concentrated on the CMB and Large Scale Structure surveys. Seminar
Feb 17 2022 - 15:00 The Propagator Matrix Reloaded João Melo For quantum fields in curved spacetimes there isn't a unique notion of vacuum state and the in and out vacua might be different, therefore, to perform calculations with interacting theories we requ Seminar
Feb 21 2022 - 15:00 Non-perturbative instability of mIIA on AdS_4 x S^6 Giuseppe Dibitetto I will start by reviewing the physics of KK bubbles and their higher-dimensional generalizations. Seminar
Feb 24 2022 - 15:00 Supersymmetry breaking and one-loop consequences Thibaut Coudarchet In this introductory talk about myself, I will give an overview of the research I have conducted during my Ph.D thesis. Seminar
Feb 28 2022 - 15:00 First-order phase transitions and gravitational waves in the early Universe: from microphysics to macrophysics Ryusuke Jinno Over the next few decades, we will have an exciting opportunity to test particle physics theories with gravitational waves (GWs) using space interferometries. Seminar
Mar 3 2022 - 15:00 Into the dark sector: the search for feebly interacting particles Jean-Loup Tastet In this seminar, I will entertain the possibility that new physics is hiding in the form of feebly interacting particles, i.e. light particles which interact only very weakly with the known ones. Seminar
Mar 7 2022 - 15:00 Z'-explorer: confronting Z' models against LHC data Rosa María Sandá Seoane Z' boson is a hypothetical mediator that appears in a wide variety of New Physics models, and Z' searches at the LHC have been performed in all SM visible channels, providing limits that must be ta Seminar

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