Speaker Tipo de Evento
Jun 3 2024 - 15:00 Anomalies, tori, and new twists in the gaugino condensate Erich Poppitz I will first review some recent advances in the understanding of generalized-symmetry anomalies in four dimensional gauge theories and will show that they imply  degeneracies in the Hilbert space o Seminar
Jun 3 2024 - 15:00 pre-SUSY24 school Werner Porod, Sabine Kraml, Margarete Muhlleitner, Gudrid Moortgat-Pick, Jose Juan Blanco Pillado, Keith Olive (tbc), Marisa Sarsa, Ana Teixeira The traditional pre-SUSY school for PhD students and young postdocs School
Jun 5 2024 - 11:30 Canonical quantization of nonreciprocal quasi-lumped superconducting networks Adrián Parra Superconducting circuits have emerged as a leading technology for building qubits. Quantum Information Journal Club
Jun 6 2024 - 15:00 Leptophilic Axion-Like Particles Jorge Alda Gallo We overview the phenomenology of Axion-Like Particles that interact only or mostly with the SM leptons, with masses ranging from 1 MeV to 300 GeV. Seminar
Jun 10 2024 - 10:00 SUSY24 Workshop
Jun 19 2024 - 11:30 Near-term Quantum Error Correction for IBM Quantum Processors Cesar Benito (IFT) We review some of the most important quantum error correcting code (QEC) families, focusing on codes that impose milder requirements on current devices, both in terms of required error rates Quantum Information Journal Club
Jun 20 2024 - 12:00 Generalized Global Symmetries and Branes Xingyang Yu After the paper discussion, we will have a talk by our guest Xingyang Yu on "Generalized Global Symmetries and Branes" SPLE-Club
Jun 20 2024 - 14:00 Parity violation in CMB vs EFT of Standard Model Ryo Namba Seminar
Jun 27 2024 - 15:00 Mapping the SMEFT from LEP and the LHC to Future Colliders Juan Rojo The Standard Model Effective Field Theory (SMEFT) framework provides a powerful approach to identify, correlate, and interpret deviations from the SM in particle physics experiments while min Seminar
Jul 9 2024 - 14:00 Special Cosmo Journal Club talk: "Cosmological Collider as an Interaction Probe: Scale-dependence and Diagrams" Fumiya Sano Massive fields can imprint unique oscillatory features on primordial correlation functions or inflationary correlators, which is dubbed the cosmological collider signal. CosmoGrav Journal Club