Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg

Teilchentee WS 2019/20

Seminar at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University
on Thursdays, 4 p.m.
organizers: S. Westhoff, L. Amendola
Before each seminar, the speaker gives an informal Pre-Talk, introducing the MSc and PhD students at the ITP to the broader context of the topic of the seminar.
Pre-Talks start at 15.30

17.10.2019 Maurits Haverkort (ITP) Why many-body physics is needed to determine the neutrino mass from nuclear decay Link
21.10.2019 @MPIK: Adrià Gómez-Valent (ITP) Current status of the H0-tension Link
31.10.2019 Ilaria Brivio (ITP) The SM Effective Field Theory and Indirect searches for new physics at the LHC Link
07.11.2019 Ignacy Sawicki (Prague) Modified gravity in cosmology after GW170817 Link
14.11.2019 Karl Jansen (DESY Zeuthen) Towards solving open problems in quantum field theory: from tensor networks to quantum computing Link
21.11.2019 Juan Garcia-Bellido (U A Madrid) Baryons, dark matter and black holes: a common origin Link
28.11.2019 Massimo Passera (INFN Padova) The MUonE Project Link
05.12.2019 Christian Fischer (U. Giessen) Properties of conventional and exotic hadrons from functional methods and application to (g-2)_mu Link
12.12.2019 Emilian Dudas (Ecole Polytechnique) A fresh look into moduli stabilization Link
19.12.2019 no Teilchentee Link
09.01.2020 Kai Schmidt-Hoberg (DESY) - cancelled - Link
16.01.2020 Thomas Gehrmann (Zurich) Precision physics with jet observables and transverse momentum distributions Link
23.01.2020 Stefano Forte (Milan) Machine learning an unknown physical law: the structure of the proton Link
30.01.2020 Alkistis Pourtsidou (London) Insights from 21cm cosmology: theory, simulations, and pathfinder data analysis Link
06.02.2020 - no pretalk Lukas Graf (MPIK) Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay and Physics Beyond the Standard Model Link
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