## High Energy Theory/ Relativity/ Cosmology Physics Seminars 2013 - 2014

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| Kevin Croker## Multiple gravitational actions in multimetric gravityUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa |

| Phil Rodrigues## Recent Results from the MINERvA experimentUniversity of Rochester |

| Dragan Huterer## Falsifying Paradigms for Cosmic AccelerationUniversity of Michigan |

| Aleksey Cherman## Resurgence in quantum field theory: handling the Devil's inventionUniversity of Minnesota |

| JiJi Fan## Double disk dark matterSyracuse University |

| David Schaich## Composite dark matter on the lattice: the effective Higgs interactionSyracuse University |

| Gary Goldstein## Angular Momentum in the Highest Energy Collisions and the Structure of the HadronsTufts University |

| Anna Hasenfratz## Strongly coupled gauge theories in and out of the conformal windowUniversity of Colorado Boulder |

| Bithika Jain## Higgs decays in gauge extensions of the standard modelSyracuse University |

| Erich Poppitz## Insightful supersymmetryUniversity of Toronto |

| Abhay Ashtekar## Gravitational Physics with a Positive Lambda: Some surprisesInstitute of Gravitational Physics, Penn State |

| Graham Kribs## Split Dirac Supersymmetry and a Higgsino LSPUniversity of Oregon |

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| Simon Catterall## Spontaneous gauge symmetry breaking in strongly coupled lattice theoriesSyracuse University |

| Matt Reece## Constraints on Neutralino Dark MatterHarvard University |

| Daping Du## Lattice QCD and its applications to semileptonic decaysSyracuse University |

| Aharon Davidson## Holographic Entropy PackingBen Gurion University |

| Alexander Vikman## Price for NEC-violationCERN |

| Tom DeGrand## Baryons in large N QCD as seen by the latticeUniversity of Colorado Boulder |

| David Weir## Gravitational waves from the sound of a first order phase transitionHelsinki Institute of Physics |

| Jayanth Neelakanta## The velocity-dispersion of Cold Dark MatterSyracuse University |

| David Schaich## From Lattice Strong Dynamics to Electroweak PhenomenologySyracuse University |

| Riccardo Penco## Goldstone bosons with spontaneously broken Lorentz symmetryColumbia University |

| Philip Mannheim## The origin of the cosmological constant problem and a possible solution to itUniversity of Connecticut |

| Masanori Hanada## Numerical test of the gauge/gravity duality at quantum gravity levelKyoto University |

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