News from last week's Moriond conference on EW interactions

Thursday March 15, 15:00hs - Seminar room


Speaker:  Carla Biggio



The static energy renormalon from high order perturbative expansions

Friday March 9, 14:30hs -  Seminar room

Speaker: Clemens Bauer (University of Regensburg, Germany)


Using Numerical Stochastic Perturbation Theory (NSPT), we calculate the static self-energy of SU(3) gauge theory up to order $\alpha^{20}$ .

The Next-Generation Infrared Spectrograph for the GTC


Wednesday March 7, 12:00hs - Seminar Room


Speaker : Stephen S. Eikenberry (University of Florida)


MIRADAS is a near‐infrared multi‐object R=20,000 echelle spectrograph for the 10.4‐meter Gran Telescopio Canarias.

MARCH 2012 - Postdoctoral Research Position at the IFAE Neutrino Group

The High Energy Physics Institute in Barcelona (IFAE) offers one postdoctoral position in the field of experimental neutrino physics.

Neutron stars as laboratory for dense matter

Friday, March 2, 14:30hs - Seminar room

Speaker: Laura Tolos (ICE/UAB)



Neutron stars are an excellent laboratory for testing matter under extreme conditions. In particular, a lot of emphasis has been invested in understanding the interior of neutron stars and the equation of state of the different possible phases since its direct consequences for the mass-radius relationship of neutron stars as well as cooling processes.

COLLOQUIUM - ASPERA updates its roadmap

Monday February 27th 2012, 12 pm -  Seminar room

Speaker: Manel Martinez (IFAE)

The Galileion

Monday February 20. 14:30hs - Seminar room

Speaker: Enrico Trincherini (SNS, Pisa)


I will first review the recently proposed theory of a scalar field invariant under an internal "galilean" symmetry, under which the field's gradient shifts by a constant.

Testing the seesaw mechanism at the LHC

Wednesday February 22nd,  14:00hs - Coffee room


Consistent MUED for the LHC

Friday January 27, 14:30hs - Seminar room

Speaker: Jesus Moreno (IFT, Madrid)



We revisit the Minimal Universal Extra Dimensions (MUED) model by implementing consistently both electroweak symmetry breaking and loop-corrections in five dimensions.

COLLOQUIUM - Results from Dark Matter direct detection experiments and their interpretation

Monday January 30th 2012, 12 pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Thomas Schwetz-Mangold (Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics)

Abstract: Identifying the nature of the Dark Matter (DM) in our Universe is one of the major open questions in todays astroparticle physics.

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