SEMINAR: Accidental matter at the LHC


April 28 2015, 12:00pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Luca Di Luzio (U Genova)

Abstract : In this talk I will discuss a class of weak-scale extensions of the Standard Model which automatically preserve its accidental and approximate symmetry structure at the renormalizable level and which are hence invisible to low-energy indirect probes.

THESIS DEFENSE: Characterization of a CdTe Detector Module for Nuclear Medicine Application

April 27 2015, 12:00 - Seminar room

Thesis Defender: Gerard Arino



SEMINAR: Study of the Higgs properties at a muon collider

May 8 2015, 12:00pm -  Seminar room

Speaker: Mario Greco (INFN and Univ. Roma 3)

Abstract : The discovery of the Higgs particle at 125 GeV is demanding a detailed knowledge of the properties of this fundamental component of the Standard Model.

THESIS DEFENCE: Measurement of the gamma-ray opacity of the Universe with the MAGIC telescopes

April 24 2015, 11:30am - Seminar room

Thesis Defender: Adiv González Muñoz




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COLLOQUIUM: Dark Matter direct detection

May 4 2015, 12:00pm -  Seminar room

Speaker: David G Cerdeño (IPPP Durham U)

Although there is substantial evidence for the existence of vast amounts of Dark Matter in the Universe, we still ignore its nature.

COLLOQUIUM: 50 years of Bell inequalities

April 20 2015, 12:00pm -  Seminar room

Speaker: Albert Bramon (UAB Emeritus Professor)

Abstract: Bell's theorem --a theorem showing that some quantum phenomena cannot be explained under the joint assumptions of realism and locality-- appeared 50 years ago and Bell's inequalities --the tools to confront quantum mechanics with local realism-- have been actively investigated since those days, both theoretically and experimentally.

APRIL 2015 - Dark Energy Survey: mapping the dark matter of the Universe

Scientists on the Dark Energy Survey have released the first in a series of dark matter maps of the cosmos. These maps, created with one of the world's most powerful digital cameras, are the largest contiguous maps created at this level of detail and will improve our understanding of dark matter's role in the formation of galaxies. Analysis of the clumpiness of the dark matter in the maps will also allow scientists to probe the nature of the mysterious dark energy, believed to be causing the expansion of the universe to speed up.

APRIL 2015 - J-PARC increases intensity for the T2K experiment

J-PARC has reached a great milestone, 1e21 protons on target toward Super-Kamiokande for T2K. For more information visit link.


SEMINAR: Single top + Higgs: quantum interference and the sign of y_t

April 9 2015, 2:30pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Andrea Giammanco (CERN)

Abstract : An interesting "accidental cancellation" in the Standard Model between the leading production diagrams makes the search for a Higgs boson in association with a single top quark (tHq) a powerful probe for new physics.

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