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Mayo 8 2024 - 11:30 Digital quantum simulation of gravitational optomechanics with IBM quantum computers Guillermo Carmona We showcase the digital quantum simulation of the action of a Hamiltonian that governs the interaction between a quantum mechanical oscillator and an optical field, generating quantum entangl Quantum Information Journal Club
Mayo 9 2024 - 11:30 ML-AI Journal Club The journal club is all about topics related to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and High Performance Computing (HPC) in all research areas of the ML-AI Journal Club
Mayo 9 2024 - 12:00 A short intro to Massive/Multimetric Gravity Yashar Akrami After the paper discussion, Yashar Akrami will give a short intro to Massive/Multimetric Gravity. SPLE-Club
Mayo 9 2024 - 15:00 Distinguishing models with $\mu\to e$ observables Marco Ardu Neutrino masses and oscillations demonstrate that lepton flavour violation is new physics that must exist, but it is yet to be observed in processes involving char Seminar
Mayo 9 2024 - 17:00 A Generalized uncertainty principle in quantum gravity Pau Garcia Romeu Old Journal Club
Mayo 13 2024 - 11:45 Quantum black holes at the world’s end Andrew Svesko Semi-classical gravity is a useful proxy to study quantum effects in gravity. HoloClub
Mayo 14 2024 - 14:00 Cosmology/gravity journal club
CosmoGrav Journal Club
Mayo 16 2024 - 12:00 Topological defects in K3 sigma models Stefano Giaccari Stefano Giaccari from Padova will give a (remote) talk based on his recent paper "Topological defects in K3 sigma model SPLE-Club
Mayo 16 2024 - 15:00 Probing new physics with Galactic (keV-MeV) gamma-ray emission Pedro de la Torre Luque Measurements of the 511 keV emission reveal the presence of a steady injection of positrons that is very concentrated around the Galactic bulge, and whose origin remains unknown. Seminar
Mayo 20 2024 - 15:00 Extracting Scattering Amplitudes from Euclidean Correlators Agostino Patella Scattering amplitudes can be extracted from time-ordered n-point functions by means of the well known LSZ reduction formula, even in non-perturbative Quantum Field Theories, such as Quantum Chromod Seminar

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