Speaker Tipo de Evento
Sep 27 2016 - 15:00 Fidelity Mechanics: Analogues of four thermodynamic laws and Landauer¹s principle Huan-Qiang Zhou Fidelity mechanics, a scheme to investigate critical phenomena in quantum many-body physics, is formulated as an analogue of four laws in thermodynamics and black hole mechanics, thus unveiling a f Seminar
Oct 3 2016 - 15:00 EFT for DM direct detection Joaquim Brod Seminar
Oct 6 2016 - 15:00 Non-equilibrium Dark Matter and its potential phenomenology Bryan Zaldivar The so-far null experimental evidences for WIMP dark matter (DM) motivates the study of other alternatives to produce the DM abundance that we observe today. Seminar
Oct 10 2016 - 15:00 Quo vadis Higgs? Christophe Grojean The search for the Higgs boson has occupied the particle physics community for the last 50 years. Seminar
Oct 13 2016 - 15:00 Electroweak standard model with very special relativity Jorge Alfaro The very special relativity electroweak Standard Model (VSR EW SM) is a theory with SU(2)_LXU(1)_R Seminar
Oct 17 2016 - 15:00 The QCD axion, precisely Giovanni Villadoro The QCD axion is probably the most robust solution to the strong CP problem and a natural dark matter candidate. While its properties, such as the  Seminar
Oct 20 2016 - 15:00 Self-oscillation Alejandro Jenkins A self-oscillator generates and maintains a periodic motion at the expense of an energy source with no corresponding periodicity. Small perturbations about equilibrium are anti-damped. Seminar
Oct 24 2016 - 15:00 A naturally light Twin Higgs Roberto Contino The two main paradigms advocated as solutions to the hierarchy problem, Supersymmetry and Higgs compositeness, stabilize the Seminar