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TPP seminars 2011-2020

Here you find an archive of old (TE)HEP science coffees and the THEP Informal sessions.

Seminars autumn 2020

Science Coffee

  • Tuesday 15 December, Zoom, 11.15 (short intro at 11:00)
    Michael Weber (Stefan Meyer Institute, Vienna (Austria))
    Electromagnetic radiation from hot nuclear matter
  • Tuesday 1 December, Zoom, 11.15 (short intro at 11:00)
    Alice Ohlson (Lund)
    Exploring the phase diagram of nuclear matter with fluctuations in heavy-ion collisions
  • Thursday 26 November, Zoom, 15.15 (short intro at 15:00)
    Federico Meloni (DESY)
    Exploring the lifetime frontier with ATLAS
  • Tuesday 17 November, Zoom, 11.15 (short intro at 11:00)
    Bernhard Meirose (Lund U.)
    Particle physics opportunities at ESS
  • Thursday 5 November, Zoom, 15.15 (short intro at 15:00)
    Zeno Capatti (Zurich, ETH)
    Local Unitarity: a representation of differential cross-sections that is locally free of infrared singularities at any order
  • Thursday 8 October, Zoom, 15.15
    Antonio Rodriguez Sanchez (Lund U.)
    Short-distance HLbL contributions to the muon anomalous magnetic moment in and beyond perturbation theory
  • Thursday 24 September, Zoom, 15.15
    Gordan Krnjaic (Fermilab)
    A Dark Matter Interpretation of Multiple Direct Detection Excesses
  • Thursday 3 September, Zoom, 15.15
    Astrid Ordell (Lund U)
    Phenomenology in multi scalar extensions of the Standard Model

Seminars spring 2020

Science Coffee

  • Friday 12 June, Zoom, 15.15
    Felix Kahlhoefer (University of Aachen)
    Strongly interacting dark sectors at the LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 11 June, Zoom, 15.15
    Simon Plätzer (University of Vienna)
    Parton Evolution at Amplitude Level
  • Wednesday 10 June, Zoom, 15.15
    Alexander Belyaev (Southampton U.)
    Decoding the nature of Dark Matter in current and future experiments
    Abstract
  • Thursday 23 April, Zoom, 15.15
    Philip Ilten (University of Birmingham)
    LHCb, CODEX-b, and the Quest for Longevity
  • Friday 6 March, HUB, 13.15
    George Savvidy (Demokritos National Research Centre, Athens)
    From Heisenberg-Euler Lagrangian to the discovery of Chromomagnetic Gluon Condensation
    Abstract
  • Thursday 5 March, H422, 15.15
    Lawrence Lee (Harvard U&CERN)
    How SUSY can still save the day
    Abstract
  • Thursday 13 February, H422, 15.15
    Claire Antel (Université de Genève)
    The FASER Experiment: A not-so-large LHC experiment in search for new physics in far corners
    Abstract
    Slides
  • Thursday 30 January, HUB, 15.15
    David Chinellato (University of Campinas, Brazil)
    To equilibrate or not to equilibrate: hydrodynamics meets PYTHIA Angantyr
  • Thursday 16 January, HUB, 15.15
    Peter Skands (Monash, Melbourne)
    Effects of a Time-Varying String Tension & String Repulsion in Momentum Space

Seminars autumn 2019

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 12 December, HUB, 15.15
    Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon U.)
    A solution to the Strong CP problem with a softly broken CP symmetry
    Abstract
  • Thursday 28 November, H422, 15.15
    Mike Nelson (Stockholm U. & OKC)
    Di-Higgs at the LHC: A Window on our Universe and BSM New Matter
    AbstractSlides
  • Thursday 14 November, HUB, 15.15
    Silvia Ferrario-Ravasio (Durham)
    Logarithmic accuracy of the Herwig7 angular-ordered parton showers
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 12 November, H422, 13.30
    Juan I. Collar (University of Chicago)
    Coherent Elastic Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering at the European Spallation Source
    Abstract
  • Thursday 31 October, H422, 15.15
    Michele Weber (LHEP-AEC, Universität Bern)
    Sterile neutrinos
    Abstract
  • Thursday 24 October, HUB, 15.15
    Tilman Plehn (Universität Heidelberg)
    The Higgs Bottom Line of Run II
  • Thursday 17 October, HUB, 15.15
    Joel Oredsson (Lund U.)
    Soft resummation and hard evolution: Renormalization group methods in effective theories and multi scalar models
  • Friday 11 October, HUB, 13.15
    Rahul Srivastava (IFIC - Valencia)
    Dirac Nature of Neutrino and its Implications
    Abstract
  • Thursday 10 October, HUB, 15.15
    Luca Panizzi (Uppsala)
    Vector-like quarks at the LHC - non standard channels
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 September, HUB, 15.15
    Leszek Motyka (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)
    Soft gluon resummation in associated top-antitop and the Higgs, Z or W boson at the LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 September, HUB, 10.15
    Jean-René Cudell (Université de Liège, Belgium)
    13 TeV TOTEM data and the odderon
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 24 September, HUB, 15.15
    Valery Khoze (IPPP, Durham University, UK and PNPI, St. Petersburg)
    Photon-induced processes at high energy hadron colliders
    Abstract
  • Thursday 19 September, HUB, 15.15
    Antonio Pineda (UAB Barcelona)
    Proton radius and hyperfine splitting in muonic hydrogen
  • Thursday 12 September, HUB, 15.15
    Timea Vitos (Lund U.)
    Electromagnetic form factors of the Sigma^*-Lambda transition
  • Thursday 29 August, HUB, 15.15
    Nils Hermansson Truedsson (Lund U.)
    Higher order calculations for low energy precision physics

Seminars spring 2019

Science Coffee

  • Wednesday 19 June, HUB, 14.15
    Peter Skands (Monash University, Melbourne)
    Coherent Showers in Coloured Resonance Decays
  • Thursday 13 June, HUB, 15.15
    Aleksi Kurkela (Stavanger U.)
    Emerging collectivity in pp, p-Pb, and Pb-Pb collisions at the LHC
  • Thursday 23 May, H422, 15.15
    Oleksandr Viazlo (CERN)
    Future FCC-ee and CLIC detectors (tbc)
  • Thursday 9 May, HUB, 15.15
    Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli (Wayne State U.)
    Jet sub-structure and parton shower in p+p and Au+Au collisions at STAR
    Abstract
  • Thursday 2 May, H422, 15.15
    Prof. Naohito Saito & Prof. Takashi Kobayashi (J-PARC)
    J-PARC Overview & neutrino physics.
    Prof. Saito is the current J-PARC director and Prof. Kobayashi is the former T2K experiment spokesperson.
  • Thursday 25 April, HUB, 15.15
    James Catmore (Oslo University)
    Machine Learning in ATLAS
    Slides
  • Thursday 18 April, H422, 15.15
    Emma Tolley (Ohio State University)
    Searching for Dark Matter with the ATLAS Detector
    Abstract
  • Thursday 4 April, H422, 15.15
    Deepak Kar (Witwatersrand U.)
    Not a jet all the way: discovery prospects using substructure
    Abstract
  • Thursday 14 March, HUB, 15.15
    Antonio Rodriguez Sanchez (Lund)
    Phenomenology of hadronic tau decays
    Slides
  • Thursday 7 March, HUB, 15.15
    Dipankar Das (Lund)
    Are the small parameters in the quark sector related?
  • Thursday 21 February, H422, 15.15
    Chris Young (CERN)
    Jets in ATLAS: Reconstruction, Calibration and Tagging W/Top Jets
    Abstract
  • Thursday 31 January, HUB, 15.15
    James Monk (Bohr Inst.)
    Deep Learning as a Parton Shower
    Abstract

Seminars autumn 2018

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 13 December, HUB, 15.15
    Jaroslav Trnka (UC Davis)
    UV structure of gravity amplitudes
  • Thursday 6 December, HUB, 15.15
    Andrew Lifson (Lund U.)
    Using MHV Amplitudes for Matrix-Element-Corrections within the VINCIA Antenna Shower
  • Thursday 15 November, HUB, 15.15
    Oleh Fedkevych (Lund U.)
    Four-jet and three-jet plus gamma DPS production in pp and pA collisions at the LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 25 October, HUB, 15.15
    Tony Kennedy (Edinburgh U.)
    Birdtracking Lie algebras and permutations
  • Tuesday 23 October, HUB, 15.15
    Dave Soper (Oregon U.)
    Proposed structure for parton showers beyond the leading order
  • Friday 19 October, HUB, 13.30
    Juan Rojo (Nikhef)
    The structure of the proton in the LHC high-precision era
    Abstract
  • Thursday 11 October, HUB, 15.15
    Johan Thorén (Lund U.)
    Multiplet bases, recursion relations and full color parton showers
  • Thursday 20 September, H422, 15.15
    James Pinfold (Alberta U.)
    The MoEDAL Saga - Voyaging Beyond the Standard Model
    Abstract

Seminars spring 2018

Informal sessions

  • Thursday 7 June, HUB, 15.15
    Nils Hermansson Truedsson (Lund U.)
    Effective field theory techniques in Particle Physics
    Abstract

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 31 May, Rydbergsalen, 15.15
    Rikkert Frederix (Munich, Tech. U.)
    Complete-NLO predictions for ttbar + X production
    Abstract
  • Thursday 24 May, HUB, 15.15
    Michael Trott (Bohr Inst.)
    Status of the SMEFT approach for interpreting LHC data
  • Thursday 17 May, HUB, 15.15
    Werner Porod (University of Würzburg)
    Supersymmetric neutrino mass models at the LHC
  • Wednesday 9 May, H422, 15.15
    Miha Muškinja (Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    Data-driven background estimation techniques in ATLAS
    Abstract
  • Thursday 3 May, HUB, 15.15
    Emanuele A. Bagnaschi (DESY)
    l+l-bbbar associated production and the W mass measurement
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 April, HUB, 15.15
    Jonas Wessen (Lund U.)
    Family symmetries and radiative corrections in multi-scalar extensions of the Standard Model
  • Thursday 19 April, HUB, 15.15
    David Gaharia (Stockholms U.)
    Infrared Divergences, Faddeev-Kulish states and Asymptotic Symmetries
    Abstract
  • Thursday 5 April, HUB, 15.15
    Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas (Lisbon, CFTP)
    A Unified Model of Quarks and Leptons with a Universal Texture Zero
    Abstract
  • Thursday 22 March, H422, 15.15
    Alexander Kalweit (CERN)
    Measuring light anti-nuclei at the LHC with ALICE: from heavy-ion physics to searches for dark matter in space
  • Thursday 8 March, HUB, 15.15
    Igor Ivanov (Lisbon)
    Exotic CP-symmetries and their consequences
  • Thursday 1 March, HUB, 15.15
    Marek Schoenherr (CERN)
    Electroweak corrections for LHC physics
  • Thursday 15 February, H422, 15.15
    Dave Milstead (Stockholm)
    Hunting the missing baryon number violation at the European Spallation Source
  • Thursday 1 February, H422, 15.15
    Daniel Santos (LPSC, Grenoble)
    Directional Dark Matter Detection with MIMAC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 25 January, HUB, 15.15
    Johannes Bellm (Lund U.)
    Approximations in Monte-Carlo generators
  • Thursday 11 January, HUB, 15.15
    Leif Gellersen (Lund U.)
    Dark Matter Axions

Seminars autumn 2017

Informal sessions

  • Wednesday 13 September, HUB, 10:00
    Johan Thorén (Lund U.)
    Fractional quantum hall effect

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 14 December, H422, 15.15
    Mikko Voutilainen (Helsinki U.)
    The Jet Set: Gluons, Beauty, Strangeness and the Final State Radiation
    Abstract
  • Thursday 7 December, HUB, 15.15
    Christian Bierlich (Lund U.)
    Collectivity without plasma: Why are heavy-ion effects in small systems so interesting?
  • Thursday 30 November, H422, 15.15
    Matteo Bauce (Sapienza U., Rome)
    Dark Matter search in hadronic final states with the ATLAS experiment
  • Wednesday 29 November, HUB, 15.15
    Karol Kampf (Charles University Prague)
    A periodic table of scalar effective field theories
  • Thursday 23 November, HUB, 15.15
    Siddharth Dwivedi (Harish Chandra Inst., India)
    New Physics at Colliders: The Effective Way and more
  • Thursday 16 November, HUB, 15.15
    Smita Chakraborty (Lund U.)
    Dark Energy in Cosmology
  • Thursday 9 November, H422, 15.15
    Vytautas Vislavicius (Lund U.)
    Identified hadron production as a function of spherocity in high multiplicity pp collisions at 13 TeV
  • Thursday 12 October, HUB, 15.15
    Marius Utheim (Lund U.)
    Calculating the Casimir effect using the boundary element method
  • Thursday 14 September, H422, 15.15
    James Robinson (DESY)
    Di-Higgs searches at the LHC
  • Thursday 3 August, HUB, 15.15
    Shayan Ghosh (CHEP, Karnataka, India)
    An Analytic Analysis of the Pion Decay Constant in Three-Flavoured Chiral Perturbation Theory

Seminars spring 2017

Informal sessions

  • Friday 9 June, HUB, 14:00
    Thibault Vieu and Mohamed Ouerfelli (Aveiro U.)
    Cosmological phase transitions in scalar extensions of the Standard Model
    Abstract

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 15 June, H422, 15.15
    Antonio Limosani (CERN)
    The (re)evolution of ATLAS experiment software and computing
    Abstract
  • Thursday 8 June, HUB, 15.15
    Oleg Evnin (Chula U., Bangkok and Solvay Inst., Brussels)
    Weak fields and effective integrability in AdS
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 23 May, HUB, 15.15
    Antonio Morais (Aveiro U.)
    On the origin of light scalar sectors from the SHUT model
  • Thursday 18 May, HUB, 15.15
    Giacomo Cacciapaglia (Lyon, IPN)
    The Importance of Being Fundamental, a Trivial Comedy for Composite Higgses
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 17 May, HUB, 15.15
    Antonin Portelli (University of Edinburgh)
    The muon g-2 from the lattice
  • Thursday 11 May, H422, 15.15
    Per Grafström (CERN)
    The physics program of the ALFA detector in ATLAS
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 2 May, HUB, 15.15
    Pavel Starovoitov (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg)
    Recent Jet Physics Results at the LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 20 April, H422, 15.15
    Oleg Ruchayskiy (NBI, Copenhagen)
    Heavy neutral leptons
    Abstract
  • Thursday 6 April, HUB, 15.15
    Antonino Marciano (Fudan U.)
    Cosmology with fermions
    Abstract
  • Thursday 30 March, H422, 13.15
    Christian Holm (NBI, Copenhagen)
    System-size dependence of the charged-particle pseudorapidity density distribution measured with ALICE
  • Thursday 16 March, H422, 15.15
    You Zhou (NBI, Copenhagen)
    Constraining initial conditions and shear viscosity of QGP in heavy-ion collisions
  • Thursday 16 February, HUB, 15.15
    Johan Thorén (Lund U.)
    Colour Matrix Element Corrections in Herwig
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 January, H322, 15.15
    Suchita Kulkarni (HEPHY)
    Dark matter: cross roads of theory and experiment
    Abstract
  • Thursday 19 January, HUB, 15.15
    Christian Bierlich (Lund U.)
    Rope Hadronization and Particle Production: Towards a microscopic model for the Quark Gluon Plasma
    Abstract
  • Thursday 12 January, Rydbergsalen, 15.15
    Attila Krasznahorkay (Institute for Nuclear Research, Debrecen, Hungary)
    On the track of dark force
    AbstractSlides

Seminars autumn 2016

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 15 December, HUB, 15.15
    Rikard Enberg (Uppsala U.)
    Varying couplings in the Standard Model and their collider phenomenology
    Abstract
  • Thursday 1 December, HUB, 15.15
    Victor P. Goncalves (Pelotas U.)
    Inclusive and exclusive processes with a leading neutron in ep and pp collisions
    Slides
  • Monday 14 November, HUB, 15.15
    Igor Ivanov (Lisbon)
    What multiple Higgs doublets can do for you
    AbstractSlides
  • Thursday 10 November, HUB, 15.15
    Wolfgang Schafer (Krakow INP)
    Exclusive production of di-leptons and vector mesons at high energies
    AbstractSlides
  • Thursday 3 November, HUB, 15.15
    Tanumoy Mandal (Uppsala U.)
    New colored particle searches at the LHC - single and pair production
    Abstract
  • Friday 21 October PhD defence
    Johan Relefors (Lund U.)
    Twisted Loops and Models for Form-factors and the Muon g-2
  • Thursday 20 October, HUB, 15.15
    Joan Soto (Barcelona U.)
    Heavy Hybrids
    Abstract
  • Thursday 13 October, H422, 15.15
    Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)
    The Large Hadron Collider and Beyond: Future Paths in High Energy Physics
    AbstractSlides
  • Thursday 6 October, HUB, 15.15
    Johan Relefors (Lund U.)
    Twisted Loops and Models for Form-factors and the Muon g-2
  • Thursday 29 September, Andromeda, 15.15
    Hugo Serodio (Lund U.)
    Underlying theories of partial compositeness: general aspects and distinct signatures
    Abstract
  • Thursday 22 September, HUB, 15.15
    Antonio Morais (Aveiro U.)
    On the origin of L-R symmetric theories from E8-inspired SUSY trinification
    Abstract

Seminars spring 2016

Informal sessions

  • Thursday 12 May, HUB, 15.15
    Christian Bierlich (Lund U.)
    Diffractive excitation in heavy ion collisions
  • Wednesday 23 March, HUB, 15.15
    Johan Thoren (Lund U.)
    Spinor helicity formalism
  • Friday 4 March, Coffee room, 11.15
    Jeffrey Forshaw (Manchester U.)
    Causal probabilities in QFT
  • Wednesday 2 March, HUB, 16.15
    Nils-Erik Bomark (University of Agder)
    Phenomenology of R-parity violating supersymmetry
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 24 February, coffee room, 15.15
    Marco Sampaio (Aveiro U.)
    Singlet extensions of the SM: Chain decays, benchmarks and radiative corrections

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 9 June, HUB, 15.15
    Nadine Fischer (Monash U. and Lund U.)
    Vincia for Hadron Colliders
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 8 June, HUB, 15.15
    Jamie Nagle (Colorado U.)
    Small systems at RHIC
  • Thursday 26 May, C368, 15.15
    Katherine Pachal (Simon Fraser U.)
    Introduction to jet calibration in ATLAS
    Abstract
  • Thursday 21 April, H422, 16.15
    Ulrik Uggerhoj (Aarhus U.)
    Strong field electrodynamics experiments
    Abstract
  • Thursday 7 April, H422, 15.15
    Jonas Strandberg (KTH)
    Data preparation in ATLAS
    AbstractSlides
  • Thursday 31 March, HUB, 15.15
    Martin Ljunggren (Lund U.)
    Heavy ions in the (Caribbean) sun - overview of the ALICE TPC upgrade and summary of the 32nd Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics
  • Thursday 3 March, HUB, 15.15
    Jeffrey Forshaw (Manchester U.)
    Coulomb gluons and the ordering variable
  • Thursday 11 February, HUB, 15.15
    Michal Sumbera (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR, Prague)
    Beam Energy Scan at RHIC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 7 January, H422, 15.15
    Peter Christiansen (Lund U.)
    Can we get a picture of the Quark Gluon Plasma phase transition?
    Abstract

Seminars autumn 2015

Science Coffee

  • Wednesday 9 December, H422, 15.15
    William Shepherd (UC, Santa Cruz)
    Perturbative Unitarity in the Dark Sector
  • Thursday 3 December, H422, 15.15
    Achim Geiser (DESY)
    From the HERAscale to the Terascale: Charm, Beauty and Top at LHC, HERA and beyond
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 2 December, Sal F (K404), 15.15
    Pawel Klimek (Stockholm U.)
    Search for Charginos and Sleptons in ATLAS
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 November, HUB, 15.15
    Christoffer Petersson (Chalmers U.)
    An exotic Higgs decay and a diboson excess from supersymmetry
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 18 November, HUB, 15.15
    Lance Dixon (SLAC)
    Higgs interferometry
  • Thursday 12 November, HUB, 15.15
    Stefan Gieseke (Karlsruhe)
    Herwig and Matchbox
  • Thursday 5 November, HUB, 15.15
    Jesper Roy Christiansen (Lund U.)
    Colour Reconnection and Weak Showers
  • Thursday 29 October, HUB, 15.15
    Werner Porod (Wuerzburg U.)
    Supersymmetric models in the light of the first LHC run
    Abstract
  • Thuesday 20 October, HUB, 16.15
    Thomas Roessler (Lund U.)
    Finite Volume and Partial Quenching for Chiral Perturbation Theory and QCD-like Theories
  • Thursday 15 October, H422, 15.15
    Gabriel John Facini (Chicago U.)
    New Physics Searches with High pT Jets
    Abstract
  • Thursday 8 October, HUB, 15.15
    Alejandro Celis (Muenchen U.)
    Anomalous Higgs couplings in Effective Field Theory
    Abstract
  • Thursday 1 October, HUB, 15.15
    Florian Staub (CERN)
    Two-Loop Higgs Masses and one-loop flavour observables (for free)
    Abstract
  • Thursday 24 September, H422, 15.15
    Eilam Gross (Weizmann Inst.)
    Higgs particle after LHC Run I
  • Wednesday 23 September, Cassiopeia (astro), 10.00
    Eric Corrigan (Lund U.)
    Left-Right symmetric model building
  • Thursday 10 September, H422, 15.15
    James Beacham (Ohio State University)
    Avant-garde LHC: Convincing the ATLAS Detector to Do Things It Wasn't Designed to Do
  • Wednesday 26 August, HUB, 09.30
    Joel Oredsson (Lund U.)
    Transverse Momentum Dependent Soft Function in SCET to NNLO (Master thesis defence)
  • Thursday 20 August, HUB, 14.45
    Michal Krelina (Czech Technical University)
    Nuclear effects within the color dipole approach

Seminars spring 2015

Science Coffee

  • Tuesday 16 June, HUB, 15.15
    Stefano Moretti (University of Southampton)
    Phenomenology of 3-Higgs Doublet Models
    Abstract
  • Thursday 11 June, H422, 15.15
    Helmut Oeschler (University of Heidelberg)
    Overview of ALICE light flavor results
  • Thursday 4 June, HUB, 15.15
    Iurii Karpenko (FIAS/BITP)
    Viscous hydrodynamic modelling of heavy ion collisions at RHIC energies
    Abstract
  • Thursday 28 May, K262, 13.15
    Glenn Wouda (Uppsala University)
    Phenomenology of Higgs Bosons Beyond the Standard Model
    Abstract
  • Thursday 21 May, HUB, 15.30
    Massimiliano Rinaldi (University of Trento)
    Higgs Dark Energy
    Abstract
  • Friday 15 May, HUB, 13.30
    Carlos Herdeiro (University of Aveiro)
    Black holes interacting with scalar fields
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 6 May, HUB, 15.15
    Alexander Milov (Weizmann Institute)
    Heavy ion collisions with the ATLAS experiment
    Abstract
  • Thursday 30 April, HUB, 15.15
    Marco Sampaio (University of Aveiro and CIDMA)
    Wrong sign and symmetric limits and non-decoupling in the 2HDMs at the LHC with the ScannerS tool
    Abstract
  • Thursday 16 April, H422, 15.15
    Caterina Doglioni (Lund U.)
    Summary of recent Dark Matter workshops: DARK MALT 2015 and Effective Theories and Dark Matter 2015
  • Thursday 9 April, HUB, 15.15
    Johan Relefors (Lund U.)
    Effective field theory approach to low energy quantum gravity
  • Thursday 5 February, HUB, 15.15
    Jose Eliel Camargo Molina (Lund U.)
    Vacuum stability of models with extended Higgs sectors
    Abstract
  • Thursday 29 January, H422, 11.15
    Philippe Gros (Ecole Polytechnique)
    HARPO, a TPC as a gamma ray telescope and polarimeter in the MeV-GeV range
    Slides
  • Thursday 15 January, H422, 15.15
    Jonas Lindemann (LUNARC, Lund U.)
    LUNARC facilities and services for scientific computing

THEP informal sessions

  • Wednesday 17 June, HUB, 15.15
    Yashar Akrami (Univ. of Heidelberg)
    Bimetric gravity is safe - or: good always defeats evil
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 10 June, coffee room, 14.15
    Victor Gonçalves (Univ. Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)
    Heavy Quark Production in Ultra-High Cosmic Ray Energies
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 20 May, HUB, 15.15
    Yi-Jian Du (Lund U.)
    On Gravity and Yang-Mills amplitude relations
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 8 April, HUB, 15.15
    Stefan Prestel (Stanford U.)
    Parton shower and resummation
  • Thursday 26 February, HUB, 15.15
    Eric Corrigan (Lund U.)
    Left-Right symmetric models
  • Wednesday 18 February, Konferes/Coffee room, 15.15
    António Pestana Morais (Aveiro U./Lund U.)
    Effective potentials

Seminars autumn 2014

THEP informal sessions

  • Tuesday 2 December, HUB, 15.15
    Rene Angeles (University of Manchester)
    Soft gluon and the ordering problem

Science Coffee

  • Friday 19 December, Andromeda (astronomihuset), 13.15
    Thomas Rössler (Lund U.), Licenciate seminar
    Finite Volume Effects for Meson Masses and Decay Constants in Two and Three Flavour Chiral Perturbation Theory at the Two-Loop Order
  • Thursday 11 December, HUB, 15.15
    Ante Bilandzic (Niels Bohr Inst.)
    Recent developments in multiparticle correlation techniques for the flow measurements
  • Thursday 4 December, HUB, 15.15
    Marek Sirendi (Cambridge U., UK)
    Electroweak physics in the forward region
    Abstract
  • Thursday 27 November, HUB, 15.15
    Bithika Jain (Syracuse U., US)
    Phenomenology of Spin 1 Top partners
    Abstract
  • Thursday 20 November, HUB, 15.15
    Roman Pasechnik (Lund U.)
    Fine structure of composite Higgs boson signal
  • Thursday 13 November, H422, 15.15
    Caterina Doglioni (Geneva U.)
    Seeking discoveries with hadronic jets at the Large Hadron Collider
    Abstract
  • Thursday 6 November, HUB, 15.15
    António Pestana Morais (Aveiro U., Portugal)
    Two-loop stability of a complex singlet extended Standard Model
    Abstract
  • Thursday 30 October, H422, 15.15
    Peter Kjær Willendrup (DTU Physics, Denmark)
    McStas - a simulation tool to optimize instruments for the ESS
  • Thursday 18 September, H422, 15.15
    Carsten Søgaard (Lund U.)
    Method for high accuracy multiplicity correlation measurements
    Abstract
  • Thursday 11 September, H422, 15.15
    Jakob Calvén (Lund U.)
    Tagging of Boosted Top Quarks using Reclustered Jets
    Abstract

Seminars spring 2014

THEP informal sessions

  • Thursday 5 June, HUB, 10.15
    Victor Gonçalves (Univ. Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)
    Photon-hadron interactions at the LHC
  • Wednesday 21 May, HUB, 15.15
    Alexey Vladimirov
    Web-diagrams and exponentiation for pedestrians
  • Wednesday 9 April, Konferens, 15.15
    Johan Bijnens
    Some aspects of lattice QCD
  • Wednesday 12 March, Konferens, 15.15
    Johan Thoren
    Decomposing color structures into multiplet bases
  • Wednesday 26 February, Konferens, 15.15
    George Prokhorov
    Dynamics of wave fluctuations in the homogeneous Yang-Mills condensate and cosmological QCD transition
  • Wednesday 12 February, Konferens, 15.15
    Johan Relefors
    Finite volume corrections with a twist
  • Thursday 30 January, Konferens, 10.15
    Dawid Toton (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
    Gluon saturation scale from a nonlinear extension of the CCFM equation
    Abstract

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 9 June, HUB, 15.15
    Rainer Schicker (Heidelberg U., Germany)
    Charge exchange reactions at high energies
  • Thursday 5 June, H530, 15.15
    Greig Cowan (University of Edinburgh, UK)
    Confirmation of the Z(4430) resonance and other exotic meson results from the LHCb experiment
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 28 May, H422, 15.15
    Ulrik Egede (Imperial Coll., UK)
    SHIP: Search for hidden particles
  • Thursday 15 May, HUB, 15.15
    Spyridon Argyropoulos
    Studying jets in the presence of pile-up with the ATLAS detector
    Abstract
  • Thursday 24 April, HUB, 15.45
    Ilkka Helenius
    Influence of the LHC data to nuclear parton distribution functions and fragmentation functions
    Abstract
  • Thursday 10 April, HUB, 15.15
    Simon Plätzer (DESY)
    Soft gluons in the colour flow basis and a new perspective on colour reconnection
  • Thursday 20 February, HUB, 15.15
    António Pestana Morais (University of Glasgow, UK)
    BIM-OI and BIM-OII Obrifold Phenomenology at the LHC and Beyond
    Abstract
  • Thursday 30 January, HUB, 15.15
    Krzysztof Kutak (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
    Scattering at high energies: saturation and jets
    Abstract
  • Thursday 23 January, HUB, 15.15
    Nils-Erik Bomark (NCBJ Warsaw)
    Natural SUSY, light charginos and R-parity violation
    Abstract

Seminars autumn 2013

THEP informal sessions

  • Wednesday 11 December, HUB, 15.15
    Christian Bierlich
    Fused string hadronisation (research project)
  • Wednesday 20 November, HUB, 15.15
    Jesper Roy Christiansen
    Alcubierre drive (journal presentation)
  • Wednesday 9 October, HUB, 15.15
    Alexey Vladimirov
    Quantum Gravity (free form)
  • Thursday 26 September, HUB, 15.15, also listed as science coffee
    Denis Karateev
    A road to a UV complete composite Higgs model

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 12 December, HUB, 15.15
    Yijian Du (Fudan University, China)
    Amplitude relations from recursion relations
    Abstract
  • Thursday 5 December, HUB, 15.15
    Daniele Barducci (University of Southampton)
    LHC phenomenology of a composite Higgs model
    Abstract
  • Thursday 14 November, H 422, 15.15
    Peter Loch (University of Arizona)
    Measurement of jet substructure with ATLAS
  • Thursday 7 November, H 422, 15.15
    Troels C. Petersen (NBI, Copenhagen University)
    Measuring the W-mass to better than 10 MeV at LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 31 October, HUB, 15.15
    Eduardo Basso
    Small-x phenomenology in dipole momentum space
    Abstract
  • Thursday 17 October, HUB, 15.15
    Karim Ghorbani (Arak University)
    Kaon semi-leptonic form factor in finite volume within ChPT and comparisons with lattice data
  • Thursday 10 October, HUB, 15.15
    Christine Overgaard Rasmussen
    Next-to-leading order matrix element reweighting
    Abstract
  • Thursday 3 October, H 422, 15.15
    Alexandru Florin Dobrin (University of Utrecht)
    Results on azimuthal correlations with ALICE
    Abstract
  • Thursday 26 September, HUB, 15.15
    Denis Karateev
    A road to a UV complete composite Higgs model
  • Thursday 19 September, H422, 15.15
    Peter Christiansen
    Summary of the International Conference on the Initial Stages in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions
  • Thursday 12 September, HUB, 16.15 Note time
    Alexey Vladimirov
    Operator product expansion for transverse momentum dependent distributions
    Abstract
  • Thursday 5 September, H422, 15.15
    Evert Stenlund
    How to measure flow
  • Tuesday 27 August 27, HUB, 10.15 Note time
    Morgan Svensson Seth
    The CP violating NMSSM in light of the newly discovered Higgs boson (Master thesis)

Seminars spring 2013

THEP informal sessions

  • Wednesday 27 March HUB/Coffee room, 15.15
    Stefan Keppeler (Tübingen)
    Birdtracks: some SU(N) irreps
  • Wednesday 13 February HUB/Coffee room, 15.15
    Denis Karateev
    GUT symmetries
  • Wednesday 30 January HUB/Coffee room, 15.15
    Jesper Christiansen
    Weak correction to dijet-production

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 20 June, H422, 15.15
    Florido Paganelli
    TBA
  • Tuesday 11 June, Andromeda (B116) astronomy, 10.15
    Douglas Svensson Seth
    Vector Mesons in AdS/QCD
  • Tuesday 11 June, Andromeda (B116) astronomy, 9.15
    Emil Boström
    Sunset integrals at finite volume
  • Thursday 23 May, H422, 15.15
    Leif Jönsson
    The International Linear Collider (ILC) and detector development in Lund
    Abstract
  • Thursday 16 may, H422, 15.15
    Giacomo Polesello (INFN, Sezione di Pavia)
    SUSY in ATLAS: where we are and what we plan to do
  • Thursday 2 May, H422, 15.15
    Monika Wielers
    Status of Higgs searches seen from the detector point of view
  • Thursday 25 April, HUB, 15.15
    Roman Pasechnik
    Standard Model Higgs boson and new strongly-coupled dynamics at the LHC
    Abstract
  • Thursday 4 April, H422, 15.15
    Antonio Ortiz Velasquez
    Color reconnection and flow-like patterns in pp collisions
  • Friday 22 March10.15
    Stefan Prestel
    PhD defence
  • Thursday 21 March, HUB, 15.15
    Frank Krauss (Durham)
    Jet vetoes and their uncertainties
  • Thursday 14 March, HUB, 15.15
    Stefan Prestel
    Improving parton showers with fixed order matrix elements
  • Thursday 7 March, H422, 15.15
    Vytautas Vislavicius
    Searching for QCD brick in LHC data
  • Thursday 28 February, HUB, 15.15
    Nishita Desai (University College London)
    Radion-Higgs mixing in RS models: an updated analysis in the light of the recent LHC data
  • Thursday 21 February, H422, 15.15
    Carsten Soegaard
    Long Range Correlations of Charged Particle Multiplicities
  • Wednesday 20 February, HUB, 15.15 Note day
    Karol Kampf (Prague)
    Recursion Relations for Tree-level Amplitudes in the Non-linear Sigma Model
  • Thursday 24 January, HUB, 15.15
    Kim Splittorf (NBI)
    Dense Strongly Interacting Matter - an unexpected lesson from chiral Perturbation Theory

Seminars autumn 2012

THEP informal sessions

  • Wednesday, 21 November 15.15 Coffee room
    Rick S. Gupta (IFAE Barcelona)
    Confronting BSM physics with Higgs branchings measurements
  • Wednesday 7 November, 15.15 Coffee room
    Alexey Bobrick
    Aspects of AdS/CFT Correspondence
  • Thursday 1 November, 15.15 Coffee room
    Christian Bierlich
    Gauge boson self/anomalous couplings
  • Wednesday 26 September, 15.15 Coffee room
    Konrad Tywoniuk
    Gribov's Confinement

Science Coffee

  • Wednesday 12 December, H422, 15.15 Note day
    Anders Floderus
    HCP Summary and Searches for direct supersymmetric gaugino and slepton pair production in final states with leptons with the ATLAS detector
  • Thursday 6 December, HUB, 15.15
    Vladimir Kuksa (Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
    Non-standard Higgs signal as an effect of extra confined sector at TeV scale
  • Thursday 22 November, HUB, 15.15
    Tomas Kasemets (DESY)
    Spin effects in double parton scattering
  • Whole week 12-16 November
    Kyle Cranmer (NYU)
    Statistics: lectures and science coffee: full program
    Recommended reading:
  • Thursday 8 November, HUB, 15.15
    Roman Pasechnik
    Cosmological constant from gravity-mediated interactions in the hadronic vacuum
  • Thursday 25 October
    COMPUTE seminar
  • Wednesday 24 October, lecture hall F, 15.15
    Lars Bergström (Stockholm)
    Dark Matter - A Status Report
    Poster with abstract, PDF of talk
  • Tuesday 23 October, Rydberg lecture hall, 15.30
    Peter Christiansen
    The highest man-made temperature(Rydberg series)
  • Thursday 18 October, H422, 15.15
    Lene Bryngemark
    Summary of the BOOST 2012 conference
  • Wednesday 17 October, lecture hall F, 15.15
    Johan Rathsman
    The "Higgs" discovery - a portal to new physics (ATP colloquium)
  • Thursday 11 October, H422, 15.15
    Jonathan Andrew Miller (Brussels)
    The search for dark matter with the Icecube detector: recent results and future expectations
  • Thursday 27 September, seminar room HUB, 15.15
    Sabir Ramazanov
    Primordial scalar perturbations via conformal mechanismsabstract
  • Wednesday 26 SeptemberH422, 13.15 Note day and time
    Anthony Rose
    Searching for SUSY with tau-leptons at ATLAS
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 25 SeptemberH422, 13.15 Note day and time
    Andreas Petridis
    Measurement of the ZZ production cross section and limits on anomalous triple gauge boson couplings in proton-proton collisions at √s = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector
    Abstract
  • Thursday 20 September, seminar room HUB, 15.15
    Ilaria Jemos (Vienna)
    Massive modes in soft collinear effective theory
    Abstract
  • Thursday 13 September, Seminar room HUB, 15.15
    Tuva Richert, Martin Ljunggren and Konrad Tywoniuk
    Summary of results presented at Quark Matter 2012
  • Thursday 6 September, seminar room HUB, 15.15
    Malin Sjödahl
    Orthogonal multiplet bases in color space.
  • Thursday 30 August, H422, 15.15
    Elin Bergeaas Kuutmann (DESY)
    Boosting the physics at the LHC: high-energetic top quarks in the ATLAS detector
    Abstract
  • Thursday 23 August, H422, Note time: 10.15
    Genessis Perez
    Study of an electron-muon resonance in a R-parity violating supersymmetric model using ATLFAST-II (Master thesis)
    Abstract

Seminars spring 2012

THEP informal sessions

  • Tuesday 19 June, 13.30, seminar room HUB
    Emil Bjerrum-Bohr (NBI)
    Amplitudes, Spinor-Helicity and Simplifications in Gauge Theories and Gravity
  • Wednesday 16 May, 13.30, HUB/coffee room
    Christian Reuschle (Mainz)
    Numerical evaluation of many-particle QCD one-loop amplitudes
  • Wednesday 9 May, 15.15, HUB/coffee room
    Stefan Prestel and Malin Sjödahl
    Einstein-Cartan gravity
  • Wednesday 25 April, 15.15, HUB/coffee room
    Konrad Tywoniuk
    Simplifying QCD calculations - part 2
  • Tuesday 17 April, 13.30, seminar room HUB
    Juan Villarejo, CERN
    Implementation of sector antenna showers and spin-dependency in VINCIA
  • Thursday March 29, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Konrad Tywoniuk
    Simplifying tree level QCD calculations
  • Tuesday March 13, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Malin Sjödahl
    The color space as a vector space
  • Tuesday February 28, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Hans Bijnens
    Operator product expansion
  • Tuesday, February 14, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Rafal Maciula, Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Cracow
    Open charm and non-photonic electrons production at RHIC and LHC
  • Tuesday, February 7, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Roland Katz
    Inclusive polarized J/ψ production in high energy hadron collisions
  • Tuesday January 24, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Piotr Lebiedowicz, Cracow
    Exclusive production of π+π-and K+K-pairs in proton collisions

Science Coffee

  • Wednesday, 20 June 15.15, H422
    Göran Jarlskog
    24th Rencontres de Blois, May 28 - June 1, 2012 Particle Physics and Cosmology - a very brief summary of the hot topics that were discussed
  • Monday, 18 June 10.15, seminar room HUB
    Leo Wallin
    The Systematics of Radiative Corrections and A Proposed Approximative Evaluation Scheme (Master thesis)
  • Monday, 18 June 11.15, seminar room HUB
    Mehran Zahiri-Abyaneh
    The Anatomy of the Pion Loop Hadronic Light by Light Scattering Contribution to the Muon Magnetic Anomaly (Master thesis)
  • Tuesday, 12 June, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Denis Karateev
    Chiral Extensions of the MSSM
    Abstract
  • Thursday, 7 June, 15.15, seminar room NB Note room
    Bengt E. Y. Svensson
    More for less, on "weak measurements" and "weak values" in quantum mechanics
  • Tuesday, 5 June, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Roland Katz
    Inclusive polarized J/ψ production in high energy hadron collisions (Master thesis)
  • Thursday 24 May, 10.00, Red hall, Ecology building Note time and place
    Bryan Webber, Cambridge
    Improving the precision of high-energy simulation and analysis tools
    Slides
  • Thursday, 10 May, 15.15, H422
    Christoph Rembser (CERN)
    The physics programme at the PS and SPS: CERN's unique scientific breadth
  • Thursday, 3 May, 15.15, H422
    Ante Bilandzic (NBI)
    Anisotropic flow measurements in ALICE at the Large Hadron Collider
    Slides
  • Thursday, 26 April, 15.15, HUB
    Senti Imsong, IIS Bangalore
    Spacelike pion form factor from analytic continuation and the onset of perturbative QCD
    Abstract
  • Friday, 20 April, 13.00, Lecture hall B
    Alejandro Alonso
    Transition Radiation Tracker Calibration, searches beyond the Standard Model and multiparticle correlations in ATLAS (Thesis defense)
  • Thursday, 12 April, 15.15, H422
    Alejandro Alonso
    Transition Radiation Tracker Calibration, searches beyond the Standard Model and multiparticle correlations in ATLAS
  • Tuesday, 6 march, 13.30, seminar room HUB Note day and time
    Lisa Hartgring, Amsterdam
    NLO matching for Antenna Showers
  • Thursday 16 February, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    Stefan Lanz
    Leading logarithms in the anomalous sector of two-flavour QCD
  • Friday 3 February, 10.15, lecture hall F
    Jie Lu
    Thesis defense
  • Thursday 2 February, 15.15, seminar room HUB
    José Pelaez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Light Scalar Mesons: no ordinary mesons
  • Wednesday 11 January, 15.15, H422
    Ming Liang (Mark) Wong
    Grid computing and supersymmetry searches in the 2-lepton channel (Master thesis)
    Abstract

Seminars autumn 2011

THEP informal sessions

  • Wednesday 14 December, seminar room D, 16.15
    Gösta Gustafson
    A simple derivation of the BFKL equation
  • Tuesday 29 November, seminar room D, 15.15
    Jie Lu
    Chiral symmetry
  • Tuesday 15 November, seminar room D, 15.15
    Roman Pasechnik
    QCD diffraction
  • Tuesday 1 November, seminar room D, 15.15
    Stefan Prestel
    MMESS: Matrix Elements and Shower Splittings
  • Tuesday 11 October, seminar room D, 15.15
    Konrad Tywoniuk
    Wilson lines: what is it and how is it used?

Science Coffee

  • Tuesday 20 December, H422, 15.15 note unusual day
    Simona Bocchetta
    KS and Λ production in pp-collisions at s = 900 GeV and 7 TeV measured with the ATLAS experiment at the LHC
  • Thursday 15 December, seminar room D, 15.15
    Jie Lu
    Effective Field Theory for QCD-like Theories and Constraints on the Two Higgs Doublet Model (PhD thesis presentation)
  • Thursday 8 December, H422, 15.15
    Mark Wong
    Supersymmetric searches in 2-lepton channel
  • Monday 28/11 at 15.15, Tuesday 29/11 at 14.15, Wednesday 30/11 at 14.15,
    Thursday 1/12 at 15.15, Friday 2/12 at 14.15
    , H322
    Elisabeth Falk
    Lectures on neutrino physics
    Slides (PDF): Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4, Lecture 5.
  • Thursday 17 November, seminar room D, 15.15
    Johan Relefors
    Charged Higgs bosons at CLIC
  • Thursday 3 November, seminar room D, 15.15
    Jesper Roy Christiansen
    Strange particle production in the underlying event at a center-of-mass energy of 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector
  • Thursday 27 October, H422, 14.00 Note time
    Ulrik Egede, Imperial College
    LHCb status and upgrade
  • Tuesday 25 October, seminar room D, 15.15
    Christophe Royon, CEA, Saclay
    The ATLAS Forward Physics Project
    Abstract
  • Thursday 20 October, seminar room D, 15.15
    Simon Plätzer, DESY
    Improving dipole showers at O(αs) and O(1/N2)
  • Thursday 13 October, H422, 15.15
    Antohony Hawkins
    Search for the Anomalous Production of Same-Sign Dilepton Pairs
  • Thursday 29 September, B313, 15.00
    Bernhard Meirose
    Bilepton searches at the LHC
  • Thursday 15 September, H422, 15.00 note 15.00
    Elisabeth Falk
    Neutrino oscillations and θ13 measurements
  • Wednesday 14 September, seminar room D, 14.00 note 14.00
    Viktor Linders
    Jet softening and decollimatoin in heavy ion collisions (bachelor thesis)
  • Friday 26 August, seminar room D, 13.15 note time
    Emil Boström
    Decay of a light pseudo-scalar Higgs boson to the Ypsilon-meson and a photon (Bachelor thesis)
  • Thursday 25 August, H22,14.15 note time
    Tuva Richert
    K0s, Lambda, and Lambda-bar spectra at high pT in pp collisions with sqrt(s)=7TeV, measured with the ALICE experiment at LHC (Master thesis)
  • Thursday 18 August, H422, 15.15
    Antonio Ortiz Velasquez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
    Global properties of high-multiplicity pp events in ALICE
  • Thursday 11 August, H422, 15.15
    Robert Vertesi, KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, Hungary
    In-medium reduction of the eta' mass in sqrt(s_NN)=200 GeV Au+Au collisions

Seminars spring 2011 (from April on)

Science Coffee

  • Thursday 30 June, seminar room D, 15.15
    Mathias Kristoffersson
    Analysis of jet substructure in search for charged Higgs bosons (Master thesis)
  • Tuesday 21 June, H422, 15.15
    Lene Bryngemark
    Master thesis presentation
  • Thursday 16 June, H422, 15.15
    Jamie Nagle, Colorado University
    Heavy Ion Physics and How I Learned to Love Geometry Fluctuations
    Abstract
  • Friday 10 June, lecture hall A, 10.15
    Philippe Gros
    Thesis defense
  • Thursday 9 June, H422, 15.15
    Peter Christiansen
    Quark Matter 2011 summary
  • Wednesday 8 June, seminar room D,
    • 13.15: Morgan Svensson
      A first study of Hidden Valley models at the LHC (bachelor thesis)
    • 14.15: Jacob Winding
      Supersymmetry and the Higgs sector of the Next-to-Minimally Supersymmetric Standard Model (bachelor thesis)
  • Thursday 26 May, H422, 15.15
    Philippe Gros
    Identifying Charged Hadrons on the Relativistic Rise Using the ALICE TPC at LHC
  • Friday 20 May, lecture hall B, 13.15
    Eva Haslum
    Thesis defense
  • Friday 20 May, lecture hall F, 10.15
    Ilaria Jemos
    Thesis defense
  • Tuesday 17 May, seminar room D, 15.15
    Ilaria Jemos
    Soft and Hard Mesons in Chiral Perturbation Theory
  • Thursday 12 May, H422, 15.15
    Florian Ahles, Freiburg University
    Searches for new physics in channels with jets and missing transverse momentum using first ATLAS data
  • Tuesday 10 May, H422, 15.15
    Eva Haslum
    Number-ratio fluctuations in Gold-Gold interactions at sqrt(s_NN)=200 GeV using the PHENIX detector at RHIC
  • Thursday 5 May, lecture hall B, 15.15
    Else Lytken
    Beyond the Standard Model: Speculations and Signatures(docentföreläsning)
    Abstract
  • Friday 29 April, lecture hall F, 10.15
    Christoffer Flensburg
    Thesis defense
  • Thursday 28 April, seminar room D, 15.15
    Raju Venugopalan, SUNY Stony Brook
    The initial spectrum of fluctuations in the little bang
    Abstract
  • Tuesday 26 April, seminar room D, 15.15
    Nan Su, Bielefeld University
    QCD thermodynamics at intermediate coupling
    Abstract
  • Wednesday 20 April, H422, 15.15
    Simona Bocchetta
    KShorts and Lambda production in pp collisions at 7 TeV measured with the ATLAS experiment at the LHC
  • Tuesday 19 April, seminar room D, 15.30
    Christoffer Flensburg
    A dipole model for high energy QCD
  • Thursday 14 April, seminar room D, 15.15
    John Donoghue, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Gravitational corrections to running coupling constants
  • Thursday 7 Aprilcanceled
    Esben Mølgaard, NBI
    Reproducing the Standard Model using strings on magnetized D-branes

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