SEMINAR: Non-relativistic particles in a thermal bath

Friday March 7 2014, 2:30pm -  Seminar room

Speaker: Antonio Vairo (Munich Tech. U)

Abstract:Heavy particles provide an ideal window for new physics and new phenomena. Since the late eighties they are treated by means of effective field theories that fully exploit the symmetries and power counting typical of non-relativistic systems.

SEMINAR: Mathematica on the Road

Friday March 21 2014, 10:00am - 3:00pm -  Sala de Graus II  (C5/1068)

Mathematica On the Road" one-hour sessions delivered at your campus are your chance to learn all about Mathematica and the basics of how to use it.

THESIS DEFENSE:  Probing new physics at the LHC: searches for heavy top-like quarks with the ATLAS experiment

February 28 2014, 12:00pm - Seminar Room 

Thesis Defender: Antonella Succurro



SEMINAR: Summary of CMS results in the first 3 LHC years

Monday March 3, 12:00pm -  Seminar room 

Speaker: David d'Enterria (CERN)

Abstract: A selection of the most significant results in QCD, electroweak, flavour, Higgs, and Beyond Standard Model physics collected during the first three years of operation of the CMS experiment at the CERN LHC will be presented.

THESIS DEFENSE: The Yang-Mills Vacuum Wave Functional in 2+1 Dimensions

February 25 2014, 11:00am - IFAE Seminar Room 

Thesis Defender: Sebastian Krug

 

 

COLLOQUIUM: The role of the Higgs in baryogenesis theories

Monday February 24 2014, 12:00 - Seminar room

Speaker: Geraldine Servant (IFAE - ICREA)

Abstract: The Standard Model fails at explaining the matter antimatter asymmetry of the universe encoded in the baryon to photon ratio $n_b/n_{\gamma} \sim 10^{-10}$.

Imprints of the Standard Model in the Sky

Friday February 21 2014, 2:30pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Daniel Figueroa (U de Geneve)

Abstract: The existence of the Standard Model (SM) Higgs implies that a gravitational wave (GW) background is generated by the decay products of the Higgs, soon after the end of inflation.

FEBRUARY 2014 - T2K in the Press: Neutrino Experiments Come Closer to Seeing CP Violation

http://physics.aps.org/articles/v7/15

SEMINAR: Dark Matter and the Gravitational Sector

Fridaay February 14 2014, 2:00pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Jose Cembranos (U Complutense de Madrid )

Abstract: In general, the ultraviolet completion of Einstein gravity requires the introduction of new degrees of freedom. We analyze the phenomenology of these new particles as dark matter candidates.

SEMINAR: Higgs couplings and electroweak observables: a comparison of precision tests

Monday February 10 2014, 12:00hs - Seminar room

Speaker: Andrea Tesi (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)

Abstract : Is the weak scale natural? This ever pending question makes the search for new particle production a highly motivated primary goal of the next LHC phase.

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