Sep 26 2023 - De 11:00 hasta 13:00 Sergio Morales Tejera Real-time Holography: Anomalous Transport and Non-Hermitian systems

In this thesis we investigate the real-time evolution of strongly coupled systems using holographic techniques.

Sep 8 2023 - De 11:00 hasta 13:00 Alejandra Aguirre Santaella N-body cosmological simulations and gamma rays as tools to reveal the properties of dark matter halo substructure

Strong gravitational evidence at galactic, extragalactic and cosmological scales exists to believe that most of the matter in our Universe, i.e.

Sep 4 2023 - De 11:00 hasta 14:00 Jorge Dasilva Golan Topology and Volume Dependence in SU(N) Yang Mills Theories

In this dissertation we explore the interplay between volume and colour degrees offreedom in SU(N) Yang-Mills theories in various contexts.

Jun 29 2023 - De 11:00 hasta 13:00 Víctor Boscá Gravitational lensing in a clumpy universe

In the last century, cosmology has unveiled one of the greatest mysteries of fundamental physics.

Jun 8 2023 - De 11:15 hasta 13:00 Mattia Cesàro ‘Exceptional Kaluza-Klein spectroscopy in supergravity'

The dissertation is focused on the Kaluza-Klein (KK) spectroscopy of AdS4 solutions in maximal supergravity.

Abr 25 2023 - De 15:00 hasta 16:00 Manuel Campos Yuste Tensor Renormalization Group in Bosonic Field Theory

Tensor Network techniques are one of the most successful tools in the study of many-body physics.

Nov 25 2022 - De 11:00 hasta 13:30 Judit Pérez Romero The hunt for dark matter in gamma-rays with Fermi-LAT and CTA: modelling, predictions and analysis in a variety of astrophysical objects

Gravitational evidences at different cosmological scales hint towards the existence of a dark component of the Universe, which amounts up to the 85% of its matter density.

Nov 21 2022 - De 10:30 hasta 12:30 Diego García-Martín Quantum Algorithms for Condensed-Matter Physics, Number Theory and Quantum Machine Learning
Quantum computing is a novel paradigm that seeks to harness quantum mechanical effects like superposition, entanglement and interference to outperform classical computers based upon bits (i.e zer
Oct 27 2022 - De 11:00 hasta 13:00 Julián Rey Primordial black holes from inflation and their gravitational wave signals

We consider the possibility that the majority of dark matter in the Universe consists of black holes of primordial origin, and study the prospects of generating them in single-field models of infla

Sep 29 2022 - De 16:30 hasta 18:00 Zach Elgood The first law and Wald entropy formula of heterotic stringy black holes at first order in α'

Black-hole thermodynamics is probably one of the most active fields of research in The- oretical Physics.