Speaker Tipo de Evento
Feb 13 2023 - 15:00 New neutrino interactions and where to find them Julia Gehrlein I will discuss the phenomenology of new neutrino interactions, how they can be probed, as well as a potential hint for them. Seminar
Feb 16 2023 - 15:00 Higher-dimensional origin of extended black hole thermodynamics Antonia Frassino In this seminar, I will present a new approach to understanding the varying cosmological constant in the framework of holographic braneworlds. Seminar
Feb 23 2023 - 15:00 The Shape of Space: Hunting for the Topology of the Universe Yashar Akrami Measuring the topology of the Universe — its shape — would be a truly remarkable physics accomplishment as we would know the full extent of Seminar
Feb 27 2023 - 15:00 Behind the scenes of an experiment: Euclid Satellite Domenico Sapone Understanding the expansion of the Universe is the top-one priority of all the space agencies. Seminar
Mar 2 2023 - 15:00 Top pair entanglement in the SMEFT Rafael Aoude Quantum information observables, such as entanglement measures, provide a powerful way to characterize the properties of quantum states. Seminar
Mar 6 2023 - 15:00 Flat Space Holography: From Carrollian to Celestial Amplitudes Romain Ruzziconi The flat space holography program aims at describing quantum gravity in asymptotically flat spacetime in terms of a dual lower-dimensional field theory. Seminar
Mar 9 2023 - 12:00 Probing primordial perturbations on small scales through dark matter halos Katsuya Abe The precise measurements of small-scale primordial perturbations will be one of the main cosmological topics among the several observational missions in the future. Seminar
Mar 13 2023 - 15:00 Non-perturbative QCD up to high temperatures Michele Pepe We discuss a strategy to study non-perturbatively QCD up to very high temperatures by Monte Carlo simulations on the lattice. Seminar