Speaker Tipo de Evento
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
Mar 14 2022 - 15:00 High-energy cosmic messengers as probes of fundamental physics and cosmology Rafael Alves Batista High-energy cosmic messengers are powerful probes of the universe at large scales and of energetic processes beyond the reach of current particle accelerators. Seminar
Mar 17 2022 - 15:00 Was There an Electroweak Phase Transition? Michael Ramsey Musolf The possible existence of beyond Standard Model physics at the TeV scale or below has important implications for the thermal history of electroweak symmetry-breaking. Seminar
Mar 21 2022 - 15:00 Numerical simulations for cosmology Raúl Angulo One of the most pressing issues in theoretical cosmology today is how to optimally interpret the data from future large-scale observations. Seminar
Mar 24 2022 - 15:00 The distance duality relation: violations, constraints and biases Natalie Hogg We live in the era of precision cosmology, but how can we be sure that we are not losing out on accuracy and becoming susceptible to bias when striving for ever-greater precision in our cosmologica Seminar
Mar 28 2022 - 15:00 Galaxy clustering analyses with the photometric sample of the Euclid mission Isaac Tutusaus Galaxy clustering analyses are usually performed with samples including spectroscopic estimates of the redshifts. Seminar
Mar 31 2022 - 15:00 Hidden symmetries in the dynamics of perturbed Schwarzschild Black Holes Carlos Fdez Sopuerta There are two important physical processes around black holes that can be well described using relativistic perturbation theory: Scattering of electromagnetic and gravitational waves (and other fie Seminar